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Cantor Gaming has set a new record with the earliest release of NFL win totals in recent Vegas history. To give you a sense of just how early this release is: the MGM was the first to release NFL win totals in 2011 and those lines hit the board in July.

There isn’t a 2014 NFL schedule yet. And we’re still weeks away from the draft. Oh, and there’s still free agency. But, regardless of all that, Cantor has put a win total on every NFL team.

Team2014 NFL Win TotalOver2013 Total WinsDifferential
Denver Broncos11-11513-2
49ers11+10012-1
Seahawks11-11013-2
Packers10-10582
Patriots10-12512-2
Saints9.5-10511-1.5
Bengals9-11511-2
Colts9-11511-2
Steelers9-11081
Bears8.5-1058.5
Eagles8.5-12510-1.5
Panthers8.5-12012-3.5
Ravens8.5-1108.5
Texans8.5-11026.5
Chargers8-1209-1
Chiefs8-12511-3
Cowboys8-12080
Falcons8-12044
Lions8-11571
Dolphins7.5-1258-.5
Cardinals7-12010-3
Giants7-11070
Redskins7-11034
Bills6.5-1106.5
Browns6.5-10542.5
Buccaneers6.5-13042.5
Jets6.5-1208-1.5
Rams6.5-1207-.5
Titans6.5-1107-.5
Vikings6.5-11051.5
Raiders5+11041
Jaguars4.5+1004.5

 

Oddsmakers expect the biggest improvement from the Texans, a team with a total 6.5 games better than their complete collapse two win season last year. And both the Redskins and the Falcons have win totals 4 games better than last year’s final result.

Meanwhile, the Panthers finished last season with 12 wins and Cantor has opened next year’s win total at just 8.5. Cantor also expects regression from the Cardinals as they have a win total (7) three games below last year’s win count (10).

Get this: the Jaguars are expected to be the doormat of the NFL again with the lowest win total of any team in the NFL at 4.5.

 

* Note: Cantor is currently accepting $1,000 bets on these lines.

One Response to “Cantor Gaming Releases 2014 NFL Win Totals”

  1. Sportsbook reviews

    I like Miami Over 7. I like Rams Over 6.5. I am thinking the Lions will tank and be Under 8 wins. Those are my early picks based on these numbers. Great article guys!

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