NFL Betting – Worst Team Odds

NFL Betting – Worst Team Odds

The start of a new NFL season provides hope. Hope that your favorite team doesn’t stink and can possibly compete for a playoff berth. If that hope is fleeting or you just have no confidence in your team, there is still a way to make a few extra bucks on them. That’s right, how about throwing down on your team finishing the season with the worst record in the NFL in 2019.

The league tries hard to keep teams from sitting at the bottom of the standings for too long, rewarding the last-place overall finisher with the top pick in the following year’s draft. And the strategy has worked for the most part with no team going back-to-back at the bottom of the league standings since realignment in 2002 until the Tennessee Titans tied for the low mark in 2014 and 2015.

The Titans looked like Super Bowl contenders compared to the 2015-17 Cleveland Browns. Tennessee saw its win total improve from two victories in 2014 to three the following year, proof that they were doing things right. Slow, but right. The Browns dysfunction was much worse. They actually went the other way with wins decreasing until they couldn’t get any less than the zero they obtained in 2017.

Sometimes it takes longer for an organization to realize a rebuild is in order. The Arizona Cardinals have had some sad seasons in their history, but it was nearly two decades since they were as awful as their league-worst 3-13 mark last year. A coaching change and No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray should prevent a repeat. Who is the favorite to finish at the top, or the bottom depending on how you look at it? The Miami Dolphins are going through the rebuild process and oddsmakers at top NFL sportsbooks have them pegged as the favorite to finish worst overall in 2019.

Worst Regular Season NFL Odds at

Miami Dolphins +250

Arizona Cardinals +550

New York Giants +801

Washington Redskins +1001

Oakland Raiders +1168

Cincinnati Bengals +1192

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1486

Denver Broncos +1486

Buffalo Bills +1504

New York Jets +1504

Detroit Lions +2006

Jacksonville Jaguars +2507

Tennessee Titans +2507

Baltimore Ravens +3516

Carolina Panthers +4000

Houston Texans +4000

Seattle Seahawks +5000

San Francisco 49ers +6000

Chicago Bears +7500

Cleveland Browns +10,000

Dallas Cowboys +10,000

Atlanta Falcons +10,000

Green Bay Packers +10,000

Pittsburgh Steelers +10,000

Minnesota Vikings +10,000

San Diego Chargers +15,000

Indianapolis Colts +15,000

Philadelphia Eagles +15,000

Los Angeles Rams +25,000

New Orleans Saints +25,000

Kansas City Chiefs +30,000

New England Patriots +50,000

Most NFL teams are an injury or two away from competing for the worst record in the NFL. A good example was the San Francisco 49ers, who entered 2018 with Jimmy Garoppolo and playoff aspirations. Well, an early injury to their starting quarterback set the Niners back and they finished just one-game better than Arizona in the overall standings. And they lost both games to their NFC West rival. While the record said otherwise, the Niners were probably closer to being the worst team last season.

The point is that an injury to a key player, and when I say key player I mean quarterback, can disable a team. Teams with shaky situations at the most important position on the field are most vulnerable. When a team has two quarterbacks it really has none. That’s why the situation in Miami is exposed. Ryan Fitzpatrick or Josh Rosen? Pick one and let’s move on.

There is plenty of optimism surrounding the Cardinals in 2019. They moved on from the failed Steve Wilks experiment opting for an offensive-minded coach in Kliff Kingsbury to develop top pick Murray. Will that be enough to get the Cards out of the basement? The problems in the desert run much deeper, but I do think things are looking up and the Cards will win more games this season.

One team that I don’t have much faith in is Cincinnati. They’ve been on a downward spiral for a few years and outside of hiring a new coach with little NFL experience, the organization did nothing this offseason. Zac Taylor might be a fine get, but he doesn’t have a lot to work with and the Bengals are in a competitive division that will likely slap plenty of Ls on them.

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