Here are the predicted 2014 NFL win totals

Some people have confidence in Bill O'Brien to turn around the Texans in a hurry. (USATSI)
Champ Some people have confidence in Bill O'Brien to turn around the Texans in a hurry. (USATSI)

We're six months away from the start of the 2014 season, which means this is the perfect time to talk about the over-under on how many wins each NFL team will procure.

Luckily, Cantor Gaming has you covered.

Here you go.

2014 win total predictions
AFC East
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Buffalo Bills  6.5  -115  6  0.5
Miami Dolphins  7.5  -125  8  -0.5
New England Patriots  10  -125  12  -2
New York Jets  6.5  -120  8  -1.5
AFC North
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Baltimore Ravens  8.5  -110 8  0.5
Cincinnati Bengals  9  -115  11  -2
Cleveland Browns  6  -105  4  2.5
Pittsburgh Steelers  9  -110  8  1
AFC South
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Houston Texans  8.5  -110  2  6.5
Indianapolis Colts  9  -115  11  -2
Jacksonville Jaguars  4.5  +100  4  0.5
Tennessee Titans  6.5  -110  7  0.5
AFC West
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Denver Broncos  11  -115  13  -2
Kansas City Chiefs  8  -125  11  -3
Oakland Raiders  5  +110  4  1
San Diego Chargers  8  -120  9  -1
NFC East
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Dallas Cowboys  8  -120  8  0
New York Giants  7  -110  7  0
Philadelphia Eagles  8.5  -115  10  -1.5
Washington Redskins  7  -110  3  4
NFC North
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Chicago Bears  8.5  -105  8  0.5
Detroit Lions  8  -115  7  1
Green Bay Packers  10  -105  8  2
Minnesota Vikings  6.5  -110  5  1.5
NFC South
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Atlanta Falcons  8  -120  4  4
Carolina Panthers  8.5  -120  12  -4
New Orleans Saints  9.5  -105  11  -1.5
Tampa Bay Buccaneers  6.5  -130  4  2.5
NFC West
Team Win Total Over 2013 wins Differential
Arizona Cardinals  7  -120  10  -3
St. Louis Rams  6.5 -120  7  -0.5
San Francisco 49ers  11  +100  12  -1
Seattle Seahawks  11  -110  13  -2

A couple things:

1) Wow, talk about a turnaround for the Texans. A 6.5-game improvement? I don't see it, even if they draft a quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick. The Redskins and the Falcons each are predicted to improve by four games. The latter I see as a possibility. I'm not sure about the former.

2) Not much confidence in the AFC West, eh? Or the NFC East, which apparently will be awfully mediocre again.

3) You have to love the consistency of the Cowboys. They've finished 8-8 the previous three years, and they're predicted to go 8-8 again. Perfectly average, though, likely would get coach Jason Garrett fired after the season.

And as always, when it comes to the NFL, the action can never come soon enough. Visual evidence below. 

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