2010 NFL Betting Lines for Team Over-Under Win Totals

Sports bettors might only be entering the month of June with only MLB and the tail end of the NHL and NBA season’s to wager upon, but it’s never too soon to start thinking NFL with the kick-off the 2010 NFL betting season right around the corner. NFL win totals are now up on the board at Sportsbook.com, and the following is a couple recommendations along with the rest of the NFL odds per team.

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1. Carolina Panthers O/U 7.5 Wins – The Panthers are going to be in for a rebuilding season that might not ultimately include a competent quarterback. Carolina decided to cut ties with QB Jake Delhomme after several seasons, and ultimately may end up going to Matt Moore as the team’s signal caller. The NFC South is arguably one of the tougher divisions in the NFL, and it’s hard to see how the Panthers are going to end up posting a comparable season than they did last year when they finished just 8-8.

Selection: Carolina Panthers under 7.5 wins (Bet Now)

2. Kansas City Chiefs O/U 6.5 Wins – Kansas City only finished 4-12 last season, but it showed signs of promise, particularly offensively, scoring 294 points. The Chiefs have reloaded with a few new defensive signings that should help a ‘D’ that allowed a whopping 26.5 points per game in 2009. The AFC West is a division that hasn’t gotten any harder, as the Broncos are going to be without WR Brandon Marshall, who was traded to Miami, while the Chargers clearly aren’t the same team without DB Antonio Cromartie and RB LaDainian Tomlinson. We’ll take our chances that HC Todd Haley can guide these guys to seven wins this year.

Selection: Kansas City Chiefs over 6.5 wins (Bet Now)

3. New England Patriots O/U 9.5 Wins – Doubting the mighty Patriots is never a good idea, particularly for as long as QB Tom Brady and that passing attack are both at full strength. Yes, missing WR Wes Welker due to injury is going to be a huge pain for the Brady Bunch. Still, we find it a bit puzzling that the team with the #3 ranked offense from a year ago is touted to win fewer games than it did a year ago when it banked ten ‘W’s. Sure, the rest of the AFC East is incredibly strong, but even a 4-2 record against the Jets, Dolphins, and Bills will almost certainly yield ten wins for a team coached by Bill Belichick.

Selection: New England Patriots over 9.5 wins (Bet Now)

4. Philadelphia Eagles O/U 8.5 wins – The QB Kevin Kolb era is about set to start in Philadelphia, but there are several other factors to consider aside from just the signal caller being someone aside from QB Donovan McNabb for the first time in a decade in the City of Brotherly Love. The Eagles still have an aging defense and will be playing without DB Marlin Jackson, who just ruptured his Achilles and will be out for the entire 2010 season. The running game wasn’t as crisp as it was in years past in 2009, and now, the weight will shift to a first year starting quarterback. The NFC East is still an atrociously difficult division, especially now that Washington has a competent quarterback, and a fantastic head coach in Mike Shanahan.

Selection: Philadelphia Eagles under 8.5 wins (Bet Now)

2010 NFL Regular Season Win Totals Odds:

Arizona Cardinals 7.5 wins

Atlanta Falcons 9 wins

Baltimore Ravens 10 wins

Buffalo Bills 5.5 wins

Carolina Panthers 7.5 wins

Chicago Bears 8 wins

Cincinnati Bengals 7.5 wins

Cleveland Browns 5.5 wins

Dallas Cowboys 9.5 wins

Denver Broncos 7.5 wins

Detroit Lions 5 wins

Green Bay Packers 9.5 wins

Houston Texans 8 wins

Indianapolis Colts 11 wins

Jacksonville Jaguars 7 wins

Kansas City Chiefs 6.5 wins

Miami Dolphins 8.5 wins

Minnesota Vikings 9.5 wins

New England Patriots 9.5 wins

New Orleans Saints 10.5 wins

New York Giants 8.5 wins

New York Jets 9.5 wins

Oakland Raiders 6 wins

Philadelphia Eagles 8.5 wins

Pittsburgh Steelers 9 wins

San Diego Chargers 11 wins

San Francisco 49ers 8.5 wins

Seattle Seahawks 7.5 wins

St. Louis Rams 5 wins

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 5.5 wins

Tennessee Titans 8.5 wins

Washington Redskins 7.5 wins

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Mike Rose

Mike Rose

MIke Rose is a leading sports writer for top sports betting news websites across the internet. Feel free to follow him at http://twitter.com/MikeRose77 and Google+ .

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MIke Rose is a leading sports writer for top sports betting news websites across the internet. Feel free to follow him at http://twitter.com/MikeRose77 and Google+ .