DraftKings Sportsbook Releases Opening 2022 NFL Win Totals

Written By Brett Gibbons on March 29, 2022
NFL win totals

DraftKings Sportsbook released opening lines for 2022 NFL win totals on Tuesday. Familiar names lead the way like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11.5) and Buffalo Bills (11.5). The Atlanta Falcons (5) and Houston Texans (4.5) bring up the rear. Which teams are forecasted for the biggest step forward this coming season? Which are projected for the biggest regression?

The Cleveland Browns were not designated an opening win total as their situation surrounding Deshaun Watson remains murky.

2022 Opening NFL Win Totals

TeamProjected Win TotalOver PriceUnder Price
Tampa Bay Buccaneers11.5Over 11.5 (+110)Under 11.5 (-130)
Buffalo Bills11.5Over 11.5 (-140)Under 11.5 (+120)
Green Bay Packers11Over 11 (-110)Under 11 (-110)
Kansas City Chiefs10.5Over 10.5 (-120)Under 10.5 (+100)
LA Rams10.5Over 10.5 (+105)Under 10.5 (-125)
Dallas Cowboys10Over 10 (-110)Under 10 (-110)
San Francisco 49ers10Over 10 (-110)Under 10 (-110)
LA Chargers10Over 10 (-140)Under 10 (+120)
Cincinnati Bengals10Over 10 (+100)Under 10 (-120)
Denver Broncos10Over 10 (-110)Under 10 (-110)
Indianapolis Colts10Over 10 (-105)Under 10 (-115)
Baltimore Ravens9.5Over 9.5 (-160)Under 9.5 (+130)
Philadelphia Eagles9.5Over 9.5 (-150)Under 9.5 (+125)
Tennessee Titans9Over 9 (-105)Under 9 (-115)
Miami Dolphins9Over 9 (+110)Under 9 (-120)
Minnesota Vikings9Over 9 (-130)Under 9 (+110)
Arizona Cardinals8.5Over 8.5 (-110)Under 8.5 (-110)
Las Vegas Raiders8.5Over 8.5 (-130)Under 8.5 (+110)
New England Patriots8.5Over 8.5 (-120)Under 8.5 (+100)
Cleveland Browns8.5Over 8.5 (+110)Under 8.5 (-140)
New Orleans Saints8.5Over 8.5 (-105)Under 8.5 (-115)
Washington Commanders8Over 8 (+100)Under 8 (-120)
Pittsburgh Steelers7.5Over 7.5 (+100)Under 7.5 (-120)
New York Giants7Over 7 (-110)Under 7 (-110)
Chicago Bears6.5Over 6.5 (+150)Under 6.5 (-190)
Jacksonville Jaguars6.5Over 6.5 (+110)Under 6.5 (-130)
Detroit Lions6.5Over 6.5 (-125)Under 6.5 (+105)
Carolina Panthers6.5Over 6.5 (-110)Under 6.5 (-110)
Seattle Seahawks5.5Over 5.5 (-125)Under 5.5 (+105)
New York Jets5.5Over 5.5 (-160)Under 5.5 (+130)
Atlanta Falcons5Over 5 (+125)Under 5 (-145)
Houston Texans4.5Over 4.5 (+100)Under 4.5 (-120)

NFL Win Totals: Biggest Steps Forward

Denver Broncos (10, O-125)

When you make a splash trade for a future Hall of Fame quarterback, it’s going to move the needle. With Russell Wilson in town, it solves the recent gripes that Denver was a quarterback away from being a contender. Wilson joins an immensely talented roster and we’ll see if the Broncos were truly a quarterback away. What might put water on their outlook? Potentially the most stacked division of the last decade in the AFC West.

New York Giants (7, O-110)

Perhaps the most surprising entry on either of these lists, the Giants finished 4-13 last season. Despite heavy criticisms, quarterback Daniel Jones returns as the presumed starter, though not without potential competition in Tyrod Taylor. First-year coach Brian Daboll was one of the most sought-after coordinators in Buffalo, giving a potential boost to this team. However, they’re still tied up with over $70 million in: Leonard Williams, James Bradberry, and Kenny Golladay alone.

Jacksonville Jaguars (6.5, O +100)

In terms of turmoil and ineptitude, the Jaguars just about reached rock bottom in the early weeks of 2021. Naturally, there are not many ways this team could move but up. Doug Pederson, who was the head coach during the Eagles’ 2017-18 Super Bowl run, brings optimism and potential to grow Trevor Lawrence into a respectable, young quarterback. They also sunk a ton of money into free agents — albeit mostly mid-tier guys. However, a three-win season and the first overall draft pick is the pits.

NFL Win Totals: Biggest Steps Backwards

Tennessee Titans (9.5, O-110)

Outside of a 1-3 midseason skid, the Titans went 11-2, some of which came without Derrick Henry. In each of the past four seasons, Tennessee has exceeded their win totals. Is this another year of underselling them? Not much in terms of production is leaving the team (mainly starting guard Roger Safford), but the Titans do draw another first-place schedule this season.

Atlanta Falcons (5, O-110)

Most pre-draft projections have the Falcons competing for next year’s number-one overall pick. It’s clearly a rebuilding season for Arthur Smith & Co. after losing star receiver Calvin Ridley to at least a year’s suspension and offloading franchise quarterback Matt Ryan. Marcus Mariota’s receiving options (not named Kyle Pitts) include Olamide Zaccheaus, Tajae Sharpe, and Auden Tate.

Arizona Cardinals (9, O-110)

This is a fairly unsurprising line set for Arizona and likely more indicative of the team they were last season. After a hot 10-2 start, the Cardinals sputtered to a 1-4 finish to the 2021 season and were unceremoniously walloped in the NFC Wild Card game by the eventual-champion Rams. However, it’s a two-game projected slide from their 2021 finish.

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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