Three NFL Teams to Bet the UNDER For 2022 Win Totals

Three NFL Teams to Bet the UNDER For 2022 Win Totals

Ayden Fahlstrom
2 years ago
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New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones warms up before a preseason game against the Giants

The NFL regular season is only a few weeks away and we have had some preseason news to dive into. However, betting on some future totals are a fun way to make some money. 

People love to be optimistic and bet the over but today, we are going to dive into three teams that we should be betting the under win total on for this upcoming season.

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San Francisco 49ers (10)

I’m not a believer in Trey Lance over Jimmy Garoppolo and this team does not look as great as a double-digit win team. They failed to move Garoppolo and get some picks or players for him and really regressed on the offensive line with Laken Tomlinson and Tom Compton no longer with the team. The Cardinals and the Rams are still pretty component foes as well as facing the AFC West as well. 

It’s difficult to imagine that wide receiver DeeBo Samuel plays once again at the same level he did and I’m not fully bought into the 49ers defenses. All in all, go with the San Francisco 49ers to win nine games and be in the NFC Wild Card contention. 

Jacksonville Jaguars (6.5)

The Jacksonville Jaguars are coming off a 3-14 regular season and seeing an improvement of four games feels a bit of a stretch to me. Doug Pederson is bringing in a completely different offensive scheme and quarterback Trevor Lawrence has not shown me enough to be excited. They added some wide receivers as they now have Marvin Jones Jr, Zay Jones, and Christian Kirk. However, their secondary is not good and sould cause some issues. 

They are facing the AFC West and the NFC East this season and that could be six losses right there with their own division having an improving Houston Texans, the Indianapolis Colts with Matt Ryan, and Derrick Henry running for the Tennessee Titans. I’m not bought into the Jags here and more than doubling their win total feels a little too much for me in this game.  

New England Patriots (8.5)

It’s hard to imagine the offense doing extremely well when the team has not announced who will be calling plays with Matt Patricia and Joe Judge splitting duties on the offensive play calling. If this was any other team than the Patriots, this would be a laughing stock. In a tough AFC East with the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins improving as well as the Buffalo Bills being atop the conference.

New England does not have an easy schedule as they have road games against the Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, and Las Vegas Raiders. There are not a lot of easy victories on this schedule and Mac Jones did not look incredible last season with a new play caller. All in all, I expect the Patriots to be a 7-10 team with Jones not having great offensive weapons here. 

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