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Which NFL Teams Will Have the Best and Worst Records in 2019?

Walt Aikens #35 of the Miami Dolphins tackles Julian Edelman #11 of the New England Patriots as he runs with the ball during an NFL game on December 9, 2018 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Dolphins defeated the Patriots 34-33.

Out of the four major pro sports, parity reigns supreme year in and year out in the NFL. With the 2019 season almost here, odds are out on which teams will end the campaign with the best and worst records in the league.

At Bovada, the New England Patriots are the +500 favorites to have the best regular-season record in 2019. The Kansas City Chiefs (+700), Los Angeles Rams (+900), New Orleans Saints (+900) and Philadelphia Eagles (+1000) comprise the rest of the top five.

On the other side of the fence, the Miami Dolphins are +300 front-runners to finish at the bottom of the league this season, with the Cincinnati Bengals (+500), Arizona Cardinals (+900), New York Giants (+950) and Washington Redskins (+1000) next on the list.

The Rams and Saints tied for the best record in the NFL at 13-3 SU last year, while the Bears (12-4), Chiefs (12-4) and Chargers (12-4) weren’t far behind. The Cardinals were all alone in the cellar of the league at 3-13 in Steve Wilks’ lone season as Arizona’s head coach before being replaced by Kliff Kingsbury in the offseason.

No Gronk, No Problem for Patriots?

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have been dominating the NFL for the better part of two decades, so it’s no surprise to see the Pats as the faves to finish the season with the most wins. But the retirement of longtime star tight end Rob Gronkowski and a less than stellar receiving corps could create some early issues on offense for New England, so I’d stay away from them at +500.

I’m picking the Chiefs to notch the most victories in 2019. Patrick Mahomes’ magical MVP season in 2018 was something to behold, and Kansas City’s offense should be even better this time around since the Texas Tech product has a full year of playing time under his belt. The defense – a major weak spot last season – underwent a massive rebuild in the offseason and will likely make K.C. a significantly more dangerous club.

It’s Going to Be a Long Season in Cincinnati

When it comes to which squad will be at the bottom of the barrel, I’m taking the Bengals at +500. Cincinnati hasn’t been to the playoffs since 2015 and is nowhere close to getting back there right now, and even though the team has a new bench boss in Sean McVay disciple Zac Taylor, I’m predicting a long season in Cincy.

The defense was a disaster in 2018 and will likely once again struggle to keep opposing teams out of the end zone, while the offense will take a major hit if star wide receiver A.J. Green misses an extended period of time with an ankle injury (a major possibility right now). Joe Mixon looks like a stud at running back, but defenses will be stacking the box to slow him down, so trusting Andy Dalton to air it out instead is a scary possibility.

Take a look at the book’s full list of odds here:

Which NFL team will end the 2019 season with the best record?
  • New England Patriots +500
  • Kansas City Chiefs +700
  • Los Angeles Rams +900
  • New Orleans Saints +900
  • Philadelphia Eagles +1000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +1400
  • Chicago Bears +1600
  • Cleveland Browns +1800
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +2200
  • Green Bay Packers +2500
  • Dallas Cowboys +2500
  • Minnesota Vikings +2500
  • Seattle Seahawks +2800
  • Atlanta Falcons +3300
  • Baltimore Ravens +3300
  • Houston Texans +3300
  • San Francisco 49ers +4000
  • Indianapolis Colts +5000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +6000
  • New York Jets +6000
  • Carolina Panthers +7000
  • Buffalo Bills +8000
  • Tennessee Titans +10000
  • Denver Broncos +10000
  • Oakland Raiders +10000
  • Detroit Lions +15000
  • Washington Redskins +20000
  • New York Giants +20000
  • Arizona Cardinals +20000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +20000
  • Cincinnati Bengals +30000
  • Miami Dolphins +30000
Odds as of August 29 at Bovada
Which NFL team will end the 2019 season with the worst record?
  • Miami Dolphins +300
  • Cincinnati Bengals +500
  • Arizona Cardinals +900
  • New York Giants +950
  • Washington Redskins +1000
  • Oakland Raiders +1100
  • Indianapolis Colts +1100
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1400
  • Buffalo Bills +1600
  • Detroit Lions +1800
  • Denver Broncos +2000
  • New York Jets +2000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +3000
  • Tennessee Titans +3000
  • Carolina Panthers +4000
  • Baltimore Ravens +5000
  • Houston Texans +5000
  • San Francisco 49ers +6000
  • Seattle Seahawks +6000
  • Chicago Bears +7500
  • Dallas Cowboys +8000
  • Green Bay Packers +9000
  • Atlanta Falcons +10000
  • Cleveland Browns +10000
  • Minnesota Vikings +10000
  • Pittsburgh Steelers +10000
  • Philadelphia Eagles +15000
  • Los Angeles Chargers +15000
  • Los Angeles Rams +25000
  • New Orleans Saints +25000
  • Kansas City Chiefs +30000
  • New England Patriots +30000
Odds as of August 29 at Bovada