Sportsbooks are exposed on the Cleveland Browns to win Super Bowl LIV. The Browns, who haven’t won a division title since 1989, are favored to win the AFC North.
Big Blue will need Barkley to be all that he was in 2018 and then some as the surrounding offensive parts largely lack in elite level talent.
The Raiders will have a tall task in the first eight weeks, hosting Kansas City, Chicago, and Denver along with four heavy trips to Houston, Green Bay, Indianapolis, and Minnesota.
The Bears were one of the big surprises of 2018, and with that success now comes expectation. Was it a flash-in-the-pan fluke, or has Chicago really supplanted Green Bay as the class of the NFC North? 2019 will define that narrative.
With a new challenger emerging in the AFC North, and the rekindling of what has been a one-sided rivalry, the Steelers may have gotten the wake-up call that they needed.
It was another big disappointment in 2018 for the three-time Super Bowl winners, so the Broncos decided to make some big changes in order to find their way back into the postseason.
If there is a battle for the least exciting and mediocre franchise in pro sports then you’d have to put the Titans at around -150 favorites. It’s pretty much down to them and the Memphis Grizzlies for this esteemed honor.
The Patriots have won at least 10 games every year since 2003 and at least 11 in all but two of those seasons. Keep that in mind as you survey this season win total.
Hopes seem to be higher for the Jets than the rest of the non-New England AFC East teams. Let’s see if those folks are misguided or if they have a pretty good argument.
A perennial Super Bowl contender, having made eight straight Playoff appearances dating back to 2009, the Green Bay Packers now find themselves in a minor rebuilding phase of sorts.