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LVH vs. Cantor

Published on May 23.

The Las Vegas Hotel & Casino and Cantor Gaming have both released their NFL season win totals for the 2013 campaign. Nineteen of the league’s 32 teams have the same win tally at both books, but there are more than a dozen exceptions.

The most noticeable team is Miami, which has a win total of 7.5 at LVH. However, Cantor has the Dolphins at 6.5. This is the only squad with a one-game gap offering gamblers a hedge opportunity.

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In its first season under head coach Joe Philbin, Miami finished with a 7-9 straight-up record with a rookie starter at quarterback, Ryan Tannehill. The Dolphins lost veteran running back Reggie Bush to Detroit via free agency. Bush was outstanding in 2012, rushing for 986 yards and six touchdowns while also catching 35 balls for 292 yards and a pair of scores.

Miami’s splashy off-season moves include the acquisition of wide receiver Mike Wallace, who proved to be one of the NFL’ best deep threats during his years with Pittsburgh. Also, the Dolphins signed cornerback Brent Grimes and veteran offensive tackle Tyson Clabo away from Atlanta.

Grimes had a stellar 2011 season before rupturing his Achilles in Week 1 last season. Clabo, who will replace Jake Long, started 80 consecutive regular-season games for the Falcons.

Miami is hoping to get rookie production out of draft picks like OLB Dion Jordan (Oregon), CB Jamar Taylor (Boise St.), OT Dallas Thomas (Tennessee), CB Will Davis (Utah St.), OLB Jelani Jenkins (Florida) and RB Mike Gillislee (Florida).

According to the lines released by Cantor, Miami is only going to be an underdog of more than three points three times – at New Orleans (+4.5), at New England (+7) and at Pittsburgh (+3.5).

The highest win totals for non-playoff teams in 2012 belong to the Saints, Giants and Steelers. New Orleans and New York have both been assigned a win tally of nine at both LVH and Cantor. LVH has the Steelers at nine, but Cantor has them at 9.5.

The Saints get head coach Sean Payton back and there’s no reason to think his offense won’t continue to thrive under the direction of QB Drew Brees. The defense is the main issue, though, and fixing that unit is the assignment for new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.

As usual, Pittsburgh upgraded its talent base with several solid draft picks. First, the Steelers got great value at No. 17 in the first round with the selection of Jarvis Jones, a playmaker out of Georgia who can rush the passer and has a nose for the ball. Also, Michigan St. product Le’Veon Bell will add depth to the running back position, and Oregon St. WR Markus Wheaton could make an instant impact.

The Giants will be dealing with the defections of two key players on both of their recent Super Bowl squads, DE Osi Umenyiora and PK Lawrence Tynes. They might also need to concern themselves with a possible holdout from WR Victor Cruz.

The lowest win totals for teams who did go to the playoffs last year belong to Washington (8), Minnesota (7.5 at LVH, 7 at Cantor) and Indianapolis (8.5).

The lowest overall total deservedly goes to Jacksonville (5), which has no options at QB with the franchise inexplicably sticking with Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne.

Below is a list of all the Win Totals from LVH and Cantor, along with their 2012 records.

2013 NFL REGULAR SEASON WIN TOTALS
TEAM LVH CANTOR 2012 RECORD
ARIZONA 5.5 5.5 5-11
ATLANTA 10 10 13-3
BALTIMORE 8.5 9 10-6
BUFFALO 6.5 6.5 6-10
CAROLINA 7 7 7-9
CHICAGO 8.5 8.5 10-6
CINCINNATI 8.5 8.5 10-6
CLEVELAND 6 5.5 5-11
DALLAS 8.5 8.5 8-8
DENVER 11.5 11 13-3
DETROIT 7.5 7.5 4-12
GREEN BAY 10 10.5 11-5
HOUSTON 10 10.5 12-4
INDIANAPOLIS 8.5 8.5 11-5
JACKSONVILLE 5 5 2-14
KANSAS CITY 7 6.5 2-14
MIAMI 7.5 6.5 7-9
MINNESOTA 7.5 7 10-6
NEW ENGLAND 11.5 11 12-4
NEW ORLEANS 9 9 7-9
N.Y. GIANTS 9 9 9-7
N.Y. JETS 6.5 6.5 6-10
OAKLAND 5.5 5.5 4-12
PHILADELPHIA 7 7 4-12
PITTSBURGH 9 9.5 8-8
ST. LOUIS 7.5 6.5 7-8-1
SAN DIEGO 7.5 7.5 7-9
SAN FRANCISCO 11.5 11 11-4-1
SEATTLE 10.5 10 11-5
TAMPA BAY 7.5 7.5 7-9
TENNESSEE 6.5 6.5 6-10
WASHINGTON 8 8 10-6

  
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