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2020 NFL Win Total Matchups

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Is this the year the Bills finally outdo the New England Patriots in the win column? Photo from Erik Drost (Wiki Commons).
  • NFL total wins matchup prop wagers have been released 
  • Will the Colts win more games than the Chargers? What about the Cowboys vs the Eagles?
  • See the odds on all the matchups and analysis of the more intriguing head-to-head showdowns

As the old saying goes, on any given Sunday one NFL team can beat another. But what about over the course of a season full of Sundays?

Next season, will the Chicago Bears win more games than the Green Bay Packers? Who will be the better team at the end of the regular season between NFC East rivals the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys? Can Philip Rivers lead his new team, the Indianapolis Colts, to more wins than his old team, the Los Angeles Chargers?

These three head-to-head showdowns are among a litany of NFL win totals matchups props for the 2020 season.

NFL Total Wins Matchup Odds

Matchup Team 1 Odds Teams 2 Odds
Colts vs Chargers Colts (-155) Chargers (+135)
49ers vs Chiefs 49ers +1 (-110) Chiefs -1 (-110)
49ers vs Cowboys 49ers -1 (-110) Cowboys +1 (-110)
49ers vs Rams 49ers +1.5 (-110) Rams -1.5 (-110)
49ers vs Seahawks 49ers -1 (-145) Seahawks +1 (+125)
49ers vs Raiders 49ers -3 (-125) Raiders +3 (-105)
Bears vs Packers Bears +1 (-120) Packers -1 (+100)
Bengals vs Browns Bengals +3 (-110) Browns -3 (-110)
Saints vs Buccaneers Saints -1 (-125) Buccaneers +1 (+105)
Patriots vs Bills Patriots (-145) Bills (+125)
Eagles vs Chiefs Eagles +2 (-120) Chiefs -2 (+100)
Raiders vs Chiefs Raiders +4 (-110) Chiefs -4 (-110)
Colts vs Patriots Colts +1.5 (-125) Patiots -1.5 (+105)
Cowboys vs Eagles Cowboys (+100) Eagles (-120)
Cowboys vs Packers Cowboys (-115) Packers (-105)
Cowboys vs Steelers Cowboys (-110) Steelers (-110)
Cowboys vs Texans Cowboys -1 (-125) Texans +1 (+105)
Eagles vs Giants Eagles -3.5 (+110) Giants +3.5 (-130)
Eagles vs Steelers Eagles (-140) Steelers (+120)
Jets vs Giants Jets (-125) Giants (+105)
Packers vs Vikings Packers (-145) Vikings (+125)
Panthers vs Redskins Panthers (-110) Redskins (-110)
Buccaneers vs Patriots Buccaneers (-125) Patriots (+105)
Steelers vs Patriots Steelers (-115) Patriots (-105)
Raiders vs Steelers Raiders +2 (-110) Steelers -2 (-110)
Ravens vs Steelers Ravens -2 (-110) Steelers +2 (-110)
Texans vs Titans Texans +1 (-110) Titans -1 (-110)

Odds taken Mar. 25.

Some are straight up matchups, while others come equipped with spreads.

Bills Should Pay Off

When it comes to dominance, nothing compares to the crushingly one-sided onslaught of watching the New England Patriots run roughshod over the Buffalo Bills. Since Week 16 of the 2000 NFL regular-\ season, the Patriots are 35-4 straight up against the Bills.

On top of that, you have to go back to that 2000 season to find a campaign where the Bills completed the year with more wins than the Patriots. Buffalo was 8-8 in 2000, while New England was 5-11.

That was also the year that Bill Belichick took over as head coach of the Patriots. As well, the team selected quarterback Tom Brady with the 199th pick in the NFL Draft prior to the season.

The Belichick-Brady tandem proved to be kryptonite to the Bills. This season, though, half of New England’s magic elixir of succession has evaporated. Brady left and signed as a free agent with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Suddenly, it feels like there’s about to be a change in the landscape at the top of the AFC East. The Bills gave the Pats everything they could handle last season. Although New England won both games – 16-10 at Buffalo and 24-17 at Gillette Stadium – the final scores offered indication that the 10-6 Bills were closing the gap.

Buffalo QB Josh Allen has another year of experience at the helm. The Bills added wide receiver Stefon Diggs to make their offense that much more dangerous. They already suited up one of the NFL’s best defenses. As well, the Bills beefed up their special teams during free agency.

Offensively, the Patriots were mediocre last season. They were especially vulnerable against top teams. And now they’ve watched their on-field general depart the stage.

Pick: Buffalo Bills (+125).

Rivers Runs With Colts

The Los Angeles Chargers also bid adieu to their long-time QB after 16 seasons. Rivers signed a free-agent deal with the Colts.

He left a team that went 5-11 to move to a club that was 7-9. Both the Chargers and Colts are a year removed from AFC playoff appearances. But for the Chargers, it seems like they’re much further removed from being a postseason contender.

Rivers wasn’t the only key departure who bolted the Bolts. Running back Melvin Gordon, a 1,000-yard rusher in 2017 who’s found the end zone 47 times over the past four seasons, left for the Denver Broncos.

At this stage, the Chargers look set to select a QB in the NFL Draft and ride the rapids next season with a rookie in charge of the offense. Rivers moves to an Indy squad that suits up 1,000-yard rusher Marlon Mack in the backfield and lists TY Hilton at wide receiver. To an already solid defense the Colts added pass rush specialist DeForest Buckner from the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers.

Indy opened last season 5-2 before stumbling. The Colts beat the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs and the AFC finalist Tennessee Titans.

Pick: Indianapolis Colts (-155).

Chicago Is Bear-ly Breathing

The Bears thought drafting Mitchell Trubisky made more sense than selecting Patrick Mahomes or Deshaun Watson, both playoff QBs last year. They think they can solve their issues under center by adding Nick Foles because apparently, the Bears don’t have access to Jacksonville Jaguars game film from the 2019 NFL season.

The Packers jumped from six to 13 wins a year ago, so maybe it’s logical to expect a bit of regression in Year 2 under head coach Matt LaFleur. But they’ll still be better than the Bears.

Pick: Green Bay Packers -1 (+100).

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