A look at the season win totals for the upcoming NFL season for the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants.
The NFL season is deep in the preseason and now is time like now to look at NFL betting futures and team win totals. I team up with another top handicapper, Doug Upstone, on the OSGA YouTube Channel, as we each share an NFL regular season win totals prediction and talk some preseason NFL betting angles.
For NFL bettors who are willing to do some extra research, the NFL preseason is a the best time to look at team win totals for the regular season. This is one area of sports betting that can produce significant rewards, but this year, there is another factor to consider, the 17 game season.
Doug and I look at the season win totals for the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants.
Currently, the season win total for the NY Giants at the top online sportsbooks is either 7 or seven and a half wins. We found a low for the GMen at seven at BetOnline and a high for their number at GTBets, which has seven and half wins posted. The Giants have a tough road schedule but play in the ultra-weak NFC East. After a 6-10 record in 202, the Giants look to improve with the return of Saquon Barkley and a defense that finished 12th overall last season. I predict over 7 wins for them this year.
Doug takes a in-depth look at the Dallas Cowboys season win total. Last year the Cowboys' season turned into a disaster after Dak Prescott went down and Dallas ended with just 6 wins. Currently the 'Boys season win total is set at nine at BetOnline, while at high of 9.5 at several mainstream sportsbooks. Dallas has no where to go but up, but there is still a question mark on Dak. Last season the Cowboys defense conceded the most points in team history and under new defensive coordinator, Dan Quinn, former head coach at Atlanta, they switch to a 4-3 scheme. Again, the weak division plays into Dallas' favor, but 9.5 wins is going to be tough, as Dallas has some very difficult road games like the Bucs and Chiefs.
Doug thinks the number here is a little high, especially at the betting shops who get a lot of public action. And that strikes a chord with handicappers that have been doing it as long as we have. Check out Dog's free pick and some additional commentary in the video above.
For more insights and analysis, check out more from Ross and Doug on the OSGA YouTube Channel.