More 2014 NFL over-under win totals released

Many sports bettors apparently are expecting the Bears to perform well this season. (USATSI)
Many sports bettors apparently are expecting the Bears to perform well this season. (USATSI)

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As all 32 teams are now in training camp and as each squad's fan base fantasizes about the playoff run they know their favorite organization can make this year, we now have over-under odds on how many wins everybody can expect.

Here's the list of all 32 teams and their over-under win totals heading into the 2014 season, via Bovada. And if you'd like to do more research, you can check out CBSSports.com's Will Brinson's predictions from May (here are his AFC picks and his NFC picks).

(And for the record, I'd have no idea what to do about the Browns, Lions and Giants. But here's what I can tell you: I'd go under all day on the Texans and I'd go over on the Jaguars).
 
Arizona Cardinals -- 7.5

Atlanta Falcons -- 8.5

Baltimore Ravens -- 8.5

Buffalo Bills -- 6.5

Carolina Panthers -- 8.5

Chicago Bears -- 8.5

Cincinnati Bengals -- 9

Cleveland Browns -- 6.5

Dallas Cowboys -- 7.5

Denver Broncos -- 11.5

Detroit Lions -- 8.5

Green Bay Packers -- 10.5

Houston Texans - 7.5

Indianapolis Colts -- 9.5

Jacksonville Jaguars -- 5

Kansas City Chiefs -- 8

Miami Dolphins -- 7.5

Minnesota Vikings -- 6

New England Patriots -- 11

New Orleans Saints -- 10

New York Giants -- 8

New York Jets -- 7

Oakland Raiders -- 5

Philadelphia Eagles -- 9

Pittsburgh Steelers -- 8.5

San Diego Chargers -- 8

San Francisco 49ers -- 10.5

Seattle Seahawks -- 11

St. Louis Rams -- 7.5

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- 7

Tennessee Titans -- 7

Washington Redskins -- 7.5

Here's what Bovada sportsbook manager Kevin Bradley had to say: "NFL win totals continues to take more money than any other future market we have up right now for the NFL and a few teams are really standing out as popular bets. The Chicago Bears over 8.5 has taken over 95% of the money but we are comfortable holding the number at 8.5, especially in a pretty competitive division. The Saints and Patriots are seeing the same type of action forcing each of their win totals to move up half a win. The two teams who have caught my eye taking quite a bit of under money is the Dallas Cowboys dropping from 8 to 7.5 wins and the Carolina Panthers with 80% of the public expecting them to regress from their surprising year in 2013."

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