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Best Bets: NFL Team Win Totals

Analyzing 2017 results and offseason changes to select the best 2018 NFL win total props

In May, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a federal ban on sports gambling was unconstitutional. Now, states are evaluating whether to make gambling legal, with a number of them already passing legislation.

There will be many ways to legally gamble on the NFL this season in those states. One of the more fun ways to get in on the action in the preseason is with team win totals. Looking back at 2017 results and taking note of changes teams made heading into 2018 can help us take positions on certain teams.

What's New?

Changes at head coach and the coordinator positions can change a team's culture and result in fast turnarounds. Let's look at the new coaches in the NFL in 2018. These are only coaches who replaced fired or retired coaches. For example, former Carolina Defensive Coordinator Steve Wilks is now the Head Coach in Arizona. That leaves a void in Carolina, but we didn't highlight their new coordinator, as it wasn't a decision driven by Carolina.

Team
Head Coach
Off. Coordinator
Def. Coordinator
Arizona Cardinals
Steve Wilks
Mike McCoy
Al Holcomb
Buffalo Bills
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Brian Daboll
--
Carolina Panthers
--
Norv Turner
--
Chicago Bears
Matt Nagy
Mark Helfrich
--
Cincinnati Bengals
--
--
Teryl Austin
Cleveland Browns
--
Todd Haley
--
Detroit Lions
Matt Patricia
--
Paul Pasqualoni
Green Bay Packers
--
--
Mike Pettine
Indianapolis Colts
Frank Reich
Nick Sirianni
Matt Eberflus
Miami Dolphins
--
Dowell Loggains
--
New York Giants
Pat Shurmur
Mike Shula
James Bettcher
New York Jets
--
Jeremy Bates
--
Oakland Raiders
Jon Gruden
Greg Olson
Paul Guenther
Seattle Seahawks
--
Brian Schottenheimer
Ken Norton Jr.
Tennessee Titans
Mike Vrabel
Matt LaFleur
Dean Pees

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