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May 23, 2014 at 10:54 AM

Seattle’s over/under still at 11

There have been a few different releases in the last week of over/unders for win totals for the 2014 NFL season.
Today’s comes from Pregame.com, which has Seattle and Denver tied at the top at 11.
Considering the Seahawks won 13 games last year, and at the moment might be an underdog in just one game in 2014, that seems like a conservative total. So it’ll be interesting to see if this total rises if a lot of fans jump on that number and take the over for the Seahawks.

At the bottom are also Pregame.com’s playoff projections, showing the Seahawks with the No. 1 seed in the NFC, and hosting the winner of a New Orleans/Chicago game in the divisional round (given the history of the matchup, Seattle wouldn’t argue with another visit from the Saints, I don’t think).

Anyway, here are the numbers:


2014 NFL Season – Team Win Totals:
(Vegas taking bets on over/under projected number of regular season wins)

Denver

11

Seattle

11

New England

10.5

San Fran

10.5

Green Bay

10

New Orleans

9.5

Cincinnati

9

Indianapolis

9

Philadelphia

9

Atlanta

8.5

Baltimore

8.5

Carolina

8.5

Chicago

8.5

Pittsburgh

8.5

San Diego

8.5

Dallas

8

Detroit

8

Houston

8

Kansas City

8

Arizona

7.5

Miami

7.5

NY Giants

7.5

St. Louis

7.5

Washington

7.5

Cleveland

7

NY Jets

7

Tampa Bay

7

Tennessee

7

Buffalo

6.5

Minnesota

6.5

Oakland

5

Jacksonville

4.5

NFL Playoff Projections
(based on win totals; listed in order of home field advantage; when projected wins equal, lay price used as tie breaker)

NFC West: Seattle
NFC North: Green Bay
NFC South: New Orleans
NFC East: Philadelphia
Wildcard #1: San Francisco
Wildcard #2: Chicago

Just Missed from NFC: Carolina, Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit

AFC West: Denver
AFC East: New England
AFC South: Indianapolis
AFC North: Cincinnati
Wild Card #1: Pittsburgh
Wild Card #2: Baltimore

Just Missed from AFC: San Diego, Houston, Kansas City

Talk about parity! Notice that 15 teams are within a half win of .500 (7.5, 8, or 8.5 projected wins)

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