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NFL Season Wins Totals Betting 2020

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/05/2020

BetOnline is among the first to release 2020 NFL season wins totals betting

Only two teams are listed with 11 or more wins for the season: The reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs (11.5) and Baltimore Ravens (11).

The San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Eagles, New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots each are listed with 10 or more wins in 2020.

The Miami Dolphins have the lowest win total number at 5.5.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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