Here’s the best bet to make on each NFL team in 2020

With the NFL season right around the corner, it’s time to start looking at wagers you ought to make on each team heading in to the season.

As we (hopefully) approach the start of the 2020 NFL season, looking at a few of the best bets to make across the league becomes a significant exercise for individuals who are inclined to gamble on football.

Here, we’ve identified the best bet to make for each of the 32 teams across the league.

All odds used for these wagers are from DraftKings Scorebook.

NFL Win Totals

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: UNDER 9.5

The Buccaneers were the darlings of the NFL’s offseason after the acquisitions of future Hall of Famers Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. Unfortunately, despite the upgrade at quarterback, Gronk is hardly an upgrade over incumbent starting tight end O.J. Howard.

Beyond those truths, this is much the same team that floundered and failed, particularly on defense, in 2019. Expect more of the same, and a quarterback/head coach combination incapable of winning many shootouts. Take the UNDER 9.5 wins for the Bucs.

Atlanta Falcons: OVER 7.5

After a disappointing season, many seem prepared to write off the Falcons as legitimate contenders in the NFC. However, despite their lackluster performance a season ago, that is an offense that still features a top-10 quarterback in Matt Ryan, one of the top wide receiver tandems in football with Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley, and an offensive line loaded with top picks.

This offseason, the team added a seemingly healthier Todd Gurley to the backfield helping to make the offense even more potent. A young, rising defense compliments the high-powered offense, which team earns a wild card berth in 2020.

Cleveland Browns: UNDER 8.5

It feels as though every offseason, pundits nationwide fall in love with the the potential, talent, bevy of high draft picks invested in piecing together the Browns for the upcoming season. This offseason has been no different, as several “expert” has picked the team as a playoff team in 2020.

Yet, the Browns have only exceeded eight wins one time since 2003, and there is little reason to believe 2020 will suddenly be the major advance the franchise has long hoped for. The safe bet suggests strongly against a 9-7 or better season in Cleveland, so simply take the UNDER 8.5 wins for the Browns.

New York Jets: UNDER 6.5

The Jets have almost no reason behind hope in 2020. In an ideal world, Sam Darnold is healthier for the full season and blossoms in to a Pro Bowler. In reality, the team reached for Mekhi Bechton with the 11th-overall pick in a futile attempt to rectify its’ biggest issue, the offensive line.

The defense has but one superstar, and Jamal Adams has spent the entire offseason trying to get traded, but appears to be destined to begrudgingly suit up for the team again in 2020. The fate of the team rests on the resurgence of running right back Le’Veon Bell – we’ll simply take the UNDER 6.5 wins for New York.