Odds to Have Best & Worst Regular Season Records in 2022 NFL Season

Odds to Have Best & Worst Regular Season Records in 2022 NFL Season

Odds to Have Best & Worst Regular Season Records in 2022 NFL Season

Jun 15, 2022; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) drops back to pass during minicamp at the ADPRO Sports Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills are +250 co-favorites to post the best regular-season record during the 2022 NFL regular season
At the opposite end, it’s the Houston Texans who are the +250 chalk to post the league’s worst record this season
All of the odds, picks, predictions, and best bets for the NFL’s best and worst regular-season records are assessed in the following story

The beauty of the NFL offseason, as opposed to the regular season, is that hope springs eternal. Every coaching change looks to be brilliant. All of the moves made since the season ended seem magical. NFL betting is suggesting that every team has a chance.

In reality, no they don’t. If you’re mentioning the Houston Texans and Super Bowl in the same sentence without inserting the words “don’t have a chance to play in the” in-between the two, then seek immediate help.

That being said, some teams will climb from the depths of last season. Others will begin a slide in the opposite direction. For a few teams, these movements in NFL win totals will be dramatic.

Which teams will be the best of the best in the 2022 NFL regular season? Who are the clubs that will be bottom feeders, in the hunt for the first overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft?

Let’s take a look at that while assessing the best NFL futures bets for these props.

NFL Best Regular Season Record Odds

Team
Odds
Buffalo Bills
+250
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
+250
Green Bay Packers
+350
Kansas City Chiefs
+400
Los Angeles Rams
+400
Dallas Cowboys
+1000
Baltimore Ravens
+1500
Los Angeles Chargers
+1500
San Francisco 49ers
+1500
Denver Broncos
+1500
Cleveland Browns
+2500
Cincinnati Bengals
+2500
Indianapolis Colts
+2500
Philadelphia Eagles
+2500
Tennessee Titans
+2500
Arizona Cardinals
+3000
Minnesota Vikings
+3000
Miami Dolphins
+4000
New England Patriots
+4000
Las Vegas Raiders
+4000
New Orleans Saints
+5000
Pittsburgh Steelers
+8000
Washington Commanders
+8000
New York Giants
+10000
Chicago Bears
+12500
Jacksonville Jaguars
+12500
Detroit Lions
+12500
Carolina Panthers
+25000
Seattle Seahawks
+25000
New York Jets
+30000
Atlanta Falcons
+40000
Houston Texans
+50000

Odds as of June 30th at Caesars Sportsbook. See this list of Caesars Sportsbook promos before wagering.

Will the Bills Pay Off?

What’s not to like about the Buffalo Bills? They’ve been right there on the cusp of getting to the Super Bowl each of the past two seasons. Last year, the Bills went 11-6, one win off the best record in the AFC. At favorite’s odds of +250, Buffalo offers an implied probability of winning of 28.57%.

Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen is getting better with each passing season. He still has Stefon Diggs to get on the other end of his passes. In NFL betting strategies, it’s difficult to envision any of the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins or New York Jets giving Buffalo a run for the AFC East crown.

Micah Parsons, DeMarcus Lawrence and Trevon Diggs on cover of Cowboys’ 2022 media guide. Training camp in Oxnard less than four weeks away. pic.twitter.com/NMD3ENoaIz

— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) June 29, 2022

Green Bay was an NFL-best 13-4 last season, but the Packers figure to regress at least a bit. Davante Adams is gone and Aaron Rodgers is another year older. Likewise, is it wise to invest in 44-year-old Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to continue to be drinking from the fountain of youth?

If there’s a sleeper to play for NFL regular season win leader, it just might be the Dallas Cowboys. Other than Philadelphia, the NFC East figures to be bad. Dallas was 12-5 last year and the Cowboys are a solid club on both sides of the ball.

Pick: Dallas Cowboys (+1000)

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Worst NFL Regular Season Record Odds

Team
Odds
Houston Texans
+250
Atlanta Falcons
+350
New York Jets
+400
Carolina Panthers
+1000
Seattle Seahawks
+1200
Chicago Bears
+1200
Detroit Lions
+1500
Jacksonville Jaguars
+1500
New York Giants
+2500
Pittsburgh Steelers
+3000
Washington Commanders
+3000
New Orleans Saints
+4000
Miami Dolphins
+5000
New England Patriots
+5000
Las Vegas Raiders
+5000
Arizona Cardinals
+8000
Minnesota Vikings
+8000
Philadelphia Eagles
+10000
Cleveland Browns
+10000
Cincinnati Bengals
+10000
Indianapolis Colts
+10000
Tennessee Titans
+10000
Baltimore Ravens
+12500
San Francisco 49ers
+12500
Denver Broncos
+12500
Los Angeles Chargers
+12500
Dallas Cowboys
+20000
Los Angeles Rams
+25000
Kansas City Chiefs
+25000
Green Bay Packers
+40000
Buffalo Bills
+50000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
+50000

Who’s the Baddest of Them All?

New York has cornered the market on bad football over the past five NFL regular seasons. The Giants and Jets share an NFL-worst 22-59 mark over that span.

They’ll be among the usual suspects battling to not be the NFL’s worst team in 2022. Certainly, a case can be made for the Texans and the Jacksonville Jaguars as well. And it wouldn’t be at all surprising to see the Atlanta Falcons go into free fall.

The Chicago Bears UNDER 6.5 wins is the most lopsided season win total bet at @CaesarsSports so far this offseason.

Over 95% of the bets are on the UNDER and nearly 18x the $$ is on the under

— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkes22) June 29, 2022

There’s a contender for this dishonor that hasn’t resided in the NFL’s low-rent district in quite some time. the Pittsburgh Steelers were most recently the league’s worst team in 1969. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has never endured a losing season. However, with uncertainty at quarterback and the NFL’s #29 run game last season, it’s going to be a rough year in the Steel City.

It’s another venerable NFL franchise that’s getting the nod here, though. The Chicago Bears are putting their QB eggs into the basket of sophomore Justin Fields, who had the worst QBR among the league’s starters as a rookie. He’ll be working with a new batch of receivers and a new coach (Matt Eberflus). Sounds like a recipe for disaster.

Pick: Chicago Bears (+1200)

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An industry veteran, Bob literally taught the course on the history of sports at Elder College. He has worked as a Sports Columnist for Postmedia, appeared as a guest on several radio stations, was the Vice President of the Society For International Hockey Research in Ontario, and written 25 books.

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