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February 6, 2020

2020-21 NFL Win Totals, Super Bowl LV Halftime Show, XFL Odds

Filed under: Uncategorized — Joe Duffy @ 3:08 PM

The football season never stops, and there are plenty of storylines to watch this offseason. 

SportsBetting has set odds for a number of these narratives. They are broken down in sections below, and you can find the NFL props here: 

Season Win Totals

Projections don’t always pan out as they’re supposed to, but they at least give us a starting point in terms of what to expect.

First available to the market at SportsBetting there are over/under regular season win totals for each of the NFL’s 32 teams.

Based on these numbers alone, the playoff picture would look like this:

AFC

1. Chiefs (West)

2. Ravens (North)

3. Patriots (East)

4. Texans/Titans (South)

5. Steelers (WC)

6. Texans/Titans (WC)

NFC

1. 49ers (West)

2. Saints (South)

3. Eagles (East) 

4. Packers/Vikings (North)

5. Packers/Vikings (WC)

6. Cowboys/Seahawks (WC)

TeamWin Total
Arizona Cardinals6.5
Atlanta Falcons8
Baltimore Ravens11
Buffalo Bills8.5
Carolina Panthers6.5
Chicago Bears8
Cincinnati Bengals5.5
Cleveland Browns8
Dallas Cowboys9
Denver Broncos8
Detroit Lions6.5
Green Bay Packers9.5
Houston Texans8.5
Indianapolis Colts7.5
Jacksonville Jaguars6.5
Kansas City Chiefs11.5
Los Angeles Chargers7.5
Los Angeles Rams8.5
Las Vegas Raiders7
Miami Dolphins5.5
Minnesota Vikings9.5
New England Patriots10.5
New Orleans Saints10
New York Giants6.5
New York Jets6.5
Philadelphia Eagles10
Pittsburgh Steelers9
San Francisco 49ers10.5
Seattle Seahawks9
Tampa Bay Buccaneers7.5
Tennessee Titans8.5
Washington Redskins5.5

Chargers and Rivers

The L.A. Chargers are moving on from Philip Rivers, but you have to think that the competitive veteran doesn’t want to hang up his cleats just yet. 

With that said, the oddsmakers are predicting where Rivers might land a roster spot in 2020, and who will be under center for the Chargers in Week 1.

Chargers Next Starting QB
Tyrod Taylor3/2
Teddy Bridgewater5/1
Tua Tagovaiola5/1
Tom Brady6/1
Justin Herbert9/1
Jameis Winston10/1
Marcus Mariota10/1
Jordan Love16/1
Andy Dalton18/1
Jake Fromm18/1
Dak Prescott25/1
Ryan Tannehill25/1
Colin Kaepernick100/1
Eli Manning500/1
Philip Rivers’ Next Team
Bucs2/1
Colts3/1
Panthers4/1
Raiders4/1
Dolphins11/2
Saints20/1
Titans20/1
Cowboys33/1
Patriots33/1

Quarterback Carousel 

The Buccaneers are favorites to land Philip Rivers, and if Jameis Winston asks for too big of a contract the team may make a change under center. The odds suggest that will happen. 

Drew Brees is a sizable favorite to not retire and continue his career in New Orleans, while Cam Newton is just slightly favored to be under center in Carolina next season. 

Jameis Winston starts in Week 1 for Bucs

Yes +150

No -200

Cam Newton in Week 1 for Panthers

Yes -150

No +110

Drew Brees on Saints roster in Week 1

Yes -400

No +250

Teddy Bridgewater starting QB in Week 1

Yes -120

No -120

Taysom Hill on Saints roster in Week 1

Yes -900

No +500

Mitch Trubisky starts in Week 1 for Bears

Yes -500

No +300

Tag, You’re It…

Who will be slapped with the dreaded franchise tag this offseason? The oddsmakers weigh in…

Will the Cowboys franchise tag Dad Prescott?

Yes -500

No +300

Will the Titans franchise tag Ryan Tannehill?

Yes -500

No +300

Will the Chiefs franchise tag Chris Jones?

Yes -300

No +200

Hologram Halftime Show

Everyone knows Taylor Swift will get her shot at the Super Bowl big stage, and oddsmakers are predicting that will happen very soon.

Swift will be great, whenever her day comes, but wouldn’t we all like to see a Whitney Houston or Michael Jackson hologram rock out at halftime?

Super Bowl LV Halftime Performer
Taylor Swift5/1
Adele8/1
Drake8/1
Jay-Z9/1
Rihanna9/1
Queen10/1
Foo Fighters12/1
Ariana Grande14/1
Billie Eilish14/1
Bon Jovi16/1
Justin Bieber16/1
Lizzo16/1
Luke Bryan16/1
Post Malone16/1
Ed Sheeran18/1
Metallica18/1
Elton John20/1
Garth Brooks20/1
Imagine Dragons20/1
Whitney Houston Hologram20/1
Michael Jackson Hologram25/1

XFL Cameos

The rebirth of the XFL season begins Saturday, and evidenced by the three-way tie atop the odds boards it’s apparent the bookies aren’t exactly sure how this league will play out. 

Dallas, Washington D.C. and Tampa Bay are co-favorites to win the XFL Championship. 

There are also over/under victory totals for each, but the most fun betting option asks which former and current NFL players will suit up in the alternative league first. 

First to Play in XFL
Chad Johnson5/1
Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones7/1
Josh Gordon10/1
Johnny Manziel12/1
Randy Gregory12/1
Vontaze Burfict12/1
Colin Kaepernick20/1
Terrell Owens20/1
Dez Bryant33/1
Antonio Brown100/1
Greg Hardy100/1
Marshawn Lynch100/1
Tom Brady500/1
TeamChampionship OddsWin Total
Dallas Renegades7/26
DC Defenders7/25.5
Tampa Bay Vipers7/27.5
Houston Roughnecks7/16
L.A. Wildcats7/14
St. Louis BattleHawks7/13.5
New York Guardians15/24
Seattle Dragons9/13.5

Finally, the odds don’t imply the XFL will cease operations during the season, unlike the AAFL. The chances of doing so are 7/1 while the odds for a completed season are 1/20.

Winning picks daily are at JoeDuffy.Net but get best premium picks from OffshoreInsiders.com

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