Best over/under win total picks for the 2021 NFL regular season

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The Browns' 2021 win total is a big topic of discussion. Photo from Factory Of Sadness.

Sportsbooks have already updated the NFL win totals in 2021 for every team. The opening night is approaching and bettors are already looking for the best over/under picks in the regular season.

NFL win totals 2021

We thoroughly analyzed the season outlook of every team through their schedule, travel duration, and roster status, and picked the best over/under bets.

Thus, our NFL predictions in 2021 should make an impact on your wagers. As always, do your own diligence before you make your picks.

Here’s the best over/under picks for the NFL regular season in 2021…

Texans: Under 4 wins

Deshaun Watson is currently facing 22 lawsuits of sexual assault and misconduct. He’s currently under investigation but it looks like he’ll miss multiple games and possibly the entire season. Even if he plays, it may not be enough for the Texans as he reportedly requested a trade in January.

Tyrod Taylor and Davis Mills can fill in but it’s not enough to win games especially when the former is an inconsistent starter and the latter is a rookie. Although, they can still put up a good fight since they have good receivers in Randall Cobb and Keke Coutee and veteran running backs in David Johnson and Mark Ingram Jr.

Defensively, they also lost top sackers in JJ Watt and Benardrick McKinney. With too much uncertainty heading into the regular season, we’re betting Houston to win under 4 wins.


Find the latest NFL win total odds at BetFair here.

Browns: Over 10 wins

Cleveland has a healthy and talented lineup coming into the 2021 NFL season. Their roster has a strong case for the top 5 in the league.

Offensively, they have great receivers in Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry and stellar running backs in Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. It’s up to Baker Mayfield how to utilize the given talent around him. Meanwhile, Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney could create a dynamic duo in the defensive line. These two could wreak havoc in defense.

Week 1 may be tough since they are facing the Chiefs but favorable matchups are on the way after that. Barring major injuries, it’s hard to see the Browns finish the season under 10 wins.

Bills: Under 11 wins

Buffalo had a great season last year with a record of 13-3 all thanks to Josh Allen‘s breakout campaign. The question is: Can they repeat their success?

Allen’s success is tied to his receivers Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders, and Cole Beasley. Should Diggs go down with an injury, Allen’s passing game will definitely take a hit. The latter two are serviceable but they are both over 32 years old.

In addition, their schedule looks tough after Week 1 when they hit the road to face Miami, Kansas City, Tennessee, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, and New England. Everything has to be perfect for the Bills to repeat their success and win over 11 games.

Packers: Over 10 wins

The drama between Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay has been well documented in the offseason. Even with the spectacle, both parties ended in a compromise and Rodgers is staying at Lambeau.

As we witnessed, the success of the Packers lies with the presence of Rodgers on the field. After all, Rodgers had the best season of his career in 2020 (4,448 combined yards with 51 touchdowns), winning him the MVP award. Davante Adams should continue his elite receiving play heading to the season. Reacquiring Randall Cobb should give them another elite receiving option behind Adams. Moreover, they have talented running backs in Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon.

They have a challenging schedule for sure, but as long as Rodgers is playing for Green Bay, it’s hard to see them winning under 10 games. The window for them winning the Super Bowl is still open.

That’s it for our best over/under picks in the 2021 NFL regular season – find more NFL win totals here.

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