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Last Updated Aug 30, 2021, 14:01 PM

Win Total Betting Update

Listed below are each team’s 2018 NFL regular season win totals from the Las Vegas Westgate Superbook and their current records and projections through Week 17.

Win Total Winners
Baltimore Ravens - Over (8.5)
Chicago Bears - Over (7.5)
Cleveland Browns - Over (6)
Dallas Cowboys - Over (8.5)
Houston Texans - Over (8.5)
Indianapolis Colts - Over (7.5)
Kansas City Chiefs - Over (8.5)
Los Angeles Chargers - Over (9.5)
Los Angeles Rams - Over (10)
Miami Dolphins - Over (6.5)
New Orleans Saints - Over (9.5)
Seattle Seahawks - Over (7.5)
Tennessee Titans - Over (8)

Atlanta Falcons - Under (9.5)
Arizona Cardinals - Under (6)
Buffalo Bills - Under (6.5)
Carolina Panthers - Under (8.5)
Cincinnati Bengals - Under (7)
Denver Broncos - Under (7)
Detroit Lions - Under (7.5)
Green Bay Packers - Under (10)
Jacksonville Jaguars  - Under (9)
Minnesota Vikings - Under (10)
New York Giants - Under (7)
New York Jets - Under (6)
Oakland Raiders - Under (7.5)
Philadelphia Eagles - Under (10.5)
Pittsburgh Steelers - Under (10.5)
San Francisco 49ers - Under (8.5)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Under (6.5)
Washington Redskins - Under (7)

New England Patriots - Push (11)


NFC Win Totals
Team Win Total - 2018 Record - Week 17 Projection
Arizona 6 3-13
Atlanta 9 ½ 7-9
Carolina 8 ½ 7-9
Chicago 7 ½ 12-4
Dallas 8 ½ 10-6
Detroit 7 ½ 6-10
Green Bay 10 6-9-1
Los Angeles 10 13-3
Minnesota 10 8-7-1
New Orleans 9 ½ 13-3
N.Y. Giants 7 5-11
Philadelphia 10 ½ 9-7
San Francisco 8 ½ 4-12
Seattle 7 ½ 10-6
Tampa Bay 6 ½ 5-11
Washington 7 7-9



AFC Win Totals
Team Win Total - 2018 Record - Week 17 Projection
Baltimore 8 ½ 10-6
Buffalo 6 ½ 6-10
Cincinnati 7 6-10
Cleveland 6 7-8-1
Denver 7 6-10
Houston 8 ½ 12-4
Indianapolis 7 ½ 9-6
Jacksonville 9 5-11
Kansas City 8 ½ 12-4
Los Angeles 9 ½ 12-4
Miami 6 ½ 7-9
New England 11 11-5
N.Y. Jets 6 4-12
Oakland 7 ½ 4-12
Pittsburgh 10 ½ 9-6-1
Tennessee 8 9-6



Updated 12.30.18

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