NFL Season Win Totals

The 2009 NFL Season will be here before football fans know it and oddsmakers have released the season win total odds for all 32 teams.

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Perhaps the most intriguing season odds of any of the 32 NFL teams is the defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers, who have been given an over/under total of 10.5, which seems rather low. The Steelers should once again have a dominant defense and as long as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger stays healthy, Pittsburgh should be able to lock in on 11 wins, especially since they play the Cincinnati Bengals (o/u 6.5) and Cleveland Browns (o/u 7) being in the same division.

Not surprisingly, the New England Patriots have been given a season win total of 11.5 games. With Tom Brady expected back to full health after missing virtually all of the 2008 season, the Pats are once again expected to run through the competition in the AFC and once again compete for a Super Bowl title.

The team that beat the Patriots in the 2008 Super Bowl, the New York Giants, have been given a season win total of 10 wins according to oddsmakers from online sports book While 10 wins might be a low number for a team with the best season total odds in the NFC, remember that the G-Men play in the same division as the Philadelphia Eagles (o/u9.5), the Dallas Cowboys (o/u 9) and the Washington Redskins (o/u 8).

Some other quality teams with intriguing odds are the AFC East defending champion Miami Dolphins (o/u 7), the upstart Atlanta Falcons (o/u 8.5), and the now Jay Cutler-led Chicago Bears (o/u 8.5).

For complete 2009 NFL Season total odds on all 32 teams, see below.

2009 NFL Win Totals Odds – Over/Under Total Team Wins Odds

Miami Dolphins

Over 7 (-135)

Under 7 (+105)

Green Bay Packers

Over 9 (+110)

Under 9 (-140)

New England Patriots

Over 11.5 (-130)

Under 11.5 (even)

New Orleans Saints

Over 8.5 (-170)

Under 8.5 (+140)

New York Giants

Over 10 (even)

Under 10 (-130)

New York Jets

Over 7 (-140)

Under 7 (+110)

Oakland Raiders

Over 5.5 (-130)

Under 5.5 (even)

Philadelphia Eagles

Over 9.5 (-145)

Under 9.5 (+115)

Pittsburgh Steelers

Over 10.5 (-135)

Under 10.5 (+105)

San Diego Chargers

Over 9.5 (-165)

Under 9.5 (+135)

San Francisco 49ers

Over 7 (-145)

Under 7 (+115)

Seattle Seahawks

Over 7.5 (-150)

Under 7.5 (+120)

St Louis Rams

Over 5.5 (-150)

Under 5.5 (+120)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Over 6.5 (+130)

Under 6.5 (-160)

Tennessee Titans

Over 9 (-150)

Under 9 (+120)

Washington Redskins

Over 8 (even)

Under 8 (-130)

Houston Texans

Over 8 (-135)

Under 8 (+105)

Indianapolis Colts

Over 10 (-120)

Under 10

Jacksonville Jaguars

Over 8 (-130)

Under 8 (even)

Kansas City Chiefs

Over 6 (-130)

Under 6 (even)

Arizona Cardinals

Over 8.5 (-135)

Under 8.5 (+105)

Atlanta Falcons

Over 8.5 (-135)

Under 8.5 (+105)

Baltimore Ravens

Over 8.5 (-140)

Under 8.5 (+110)

Buffalo Bills

Over 7.5 (-150)

Under 7.5 (+120)

Carolina Panthers

Over 8.5 (-105)

Under 8.5 (-125)

Chicago Bears

Over 8.5 (-160)

Under 8.5 (+130)

Cincinnati Bengals

Over 6.5 (-140)

Under 6.5 (+110)

Cleveland Browns

Over 7 (+130)

Under 7 (-160)

Dallas Cowboys

Over 9 (-155)

Under 9 (+125)

Denver Broncos

Over 7.5 (+130)

Under 7.5 (-160)

Detroit Lions

Over 5 (+130)

Under 5 (-160)

Minnesota Vikings

Over 9 (-140)

Under 9 (+110)

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Posted: 7/6/09 10:46PM ET

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