With the 2020 NFL Draft and the bulk of free agency now behind us, it's time to start analyzing what kind of potential all 32 teams have heading into the new season. Many are expecting the Kansas City Chiefs to repeat as Super Bowl champions, but is this the year where Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens take over? Who is the main contender in the NFC? Will Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints finally avenge their tough postseason losses or will Tom Brady find a way to get the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Super Bowl?

Trying to predict next year's Super Bowl may be a little tough, but there's money to be made when it comes to the over/under win totals of each NFL team. You may be ahead of the curve and think that the Buffalo Bills are going to register another double-digit-win season, or that Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley are ready to rebound with first-year head coach Joe Judge. Maybe you think the New England Patriots are going to suffer their first losing season since 2000 without Brady under center. 

Our staff is currently working on predicting every game on every team's schedule in 2020. When they are finished, you'll be able to find them all right here. This article will serve as your official "over/under" hub, as we will update each team's projected over/under as we inch closer towards the regular season. We will even give you some advice if you are thinking about placing some money down on your favorite team. All lines are from William Hill Sports Book.

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2020 NFL win totals

Baltimore Ravens 11.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Kansas City Chiefs 11.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
New Orleans Saints 10.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
San Francisco 49ers 10.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Dallas Cowboys 9.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Philadelphia Eagles 9.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Seattle Seahawks 9.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Green Bay Packers 9 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Minnesota Vikings 9 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Buffalo Bills 9 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Indianapolis Colts 9 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
New England Patriots 9 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Pittsburgh Steelers 9 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Cleveland Browns 8.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Los Angeles Rams 8.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Tennessee Titans 8.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Chicago Bears 8 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Houston Texans 8 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Atlanta Falcons 7.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)  
Denver Broncos 7.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Las Vegas Raiders 7.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Los Angeles Chargers 7.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Arizona Cardinals 7 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Detroit Lions 6.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions
New York Giants 6.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
New York Jets 6.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Miami Dolphins 6 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions
Carolina Panthers 5.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Cincinnati Bengals 5.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions
Washington Redskins 5.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)
Jacksonville Jaguars 4.5 (Week-by-week breakdown, predictions)

Best Bets

Miami Dolphins over 6 wins

Early last season, it appeared the Dolphins were orchestrating one of the most egregious tanks in NFL history, but they ended up winning five games. Brian Flores actually won the last two games of the season, including the regular-season finale against the Patriots in New England. The Dolphins are a completely new team heading into 2020, they have some legitimate pieces on the defensive side of the ball and and a new quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa. I think this team could go 7-9. 

New York Jets under 6.5 wins

The Jets' schedule is absolutely brutal in 2020. I think there's a chance they could even start 0-5. This team fell apart last season due to injuries, and I'm worried that could happen again. I think Sam Darnold is the future under center, but the schedule-makers really had it out for the Jets this year. 

Arizona Cardinals over 7 wins

The Cardinals appear to be a team on the rise. Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray won five games in their first season together, acquired superstar wideout DeAndre Hopkins this offseason and also drafted probably the most versatile defensive player in this class in Isaiah Simmons. While the NFC West is the toughest division in football, 8-8 is very possible for the Cardinals. 

Denver Broncos over 7.5 wins

The Broncos went 7-9 last season and their new quarterback, Drew Lock, played in just five games! Denver's offense could be downright scary in 2020. Phillip Lindsay, Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler, Noah Fant and also Melvin Gordon? Wow. I even love that the Broncos went out and drafted Lock's former college tight end, Albert Okwuegbunam. There's no doubt that this team got better in the offseason, and while it might take them some time to put it all together, I'm thinking the Broncos go 9-7.