BParlay.com have compliled some of the Best 2021 NFL NFC Win Total Over/Under Bets for our readers to enjoy.
Fresh off the NFL Draft, win totals for the upcoming 2021 season are now available to bet on. Keep in mind – the NFL season will be 17 games this year, so all win totals you see do account for the extra game.
Today, we’ll take a look at a few of our favorite NFC win totals and parlay the picks together. Projected totals are courtesy of TheLines.com.
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Washington Football Team OVER 8 wins (-140)
Off the bat, it’s a good idea to target at least one team out of the NFC East. The division in 2020 was arguably the worst in the history of the NFL. I like Washington’s total here, at just eight wins.
This is a team that made the playoffs a year ago, at 7-9, and got considerably stronger this offseason. They added to the offense with swiss-army knife Curtis Samuel and Ryan Fitzpatrick figures to be a steadying upgrade at quarterback.
The defense was one of the NFL’s best last season – and picked up linebacker Jamin Davis in the first round. The defense, ranked third overall by PFF, will only continue to get stronger. Chase Young should grow as a pro into one of the best defensive ends in the league – and the group as a whole is loaded with talent.
On the offensive end, the Washington offensive line was a top-ten unit last season, and they have a solid group of offensive weapons. Antonio Gibson went for over 1,000 total yards out of the backfield last season and should grow in his second year in the NFL. Terry McLaurin remains as well. Learn more about NFL Betting with BParlay today with our free resources.
Fitzpatrick had maybe his best season as a pro last season and seemed to have enough in the tank for another solid season.
With six games against the worst division in football, I prefer Washington to win the division again and exceed this eight-win total.
New Orleans Saints UNDER 9 wins (-110)
This will be the first year since 2006 that Drew Brees won’t be starting for the Saints at quarterback. It will be either Jameis Winston or Taysom Hill taking the reins, but no matter who gets the start – I expect a regression for New Orleans.
For starters, the NFC South should be tougher than it was a season ago. There’s the defending Super Bowl champs, which we’ll get to in a moment. The Panthers should conceivably be a tougher team, and the Falcons offense, if healthy, is going to make life difficult on everyone.
The Saints also draw a few tough matchups this season, including Green Bay, Buffalo, Tennessee, New England, and Seattle.
Without cap room this past offseason, New Orleans wasn’t able to make many upgrades – I think they’ll struggle without Brees.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers OVER 11.5 wins (-125)
Tom Brady doesn’t know what a Super Bowl hangover is – and I don’t see a way that this Tampa Bay team doesn’t build on the momentum from that championship run as a Wild Card team.
This is the second-highest projected win total of the year, but it still feels like tremendous value. The Buccaneers are the first team ever to bring back all 22 starters from a Super Bowl winning team.
That type of continuity is unheard of in today’s NFL – but Tampa Bay has it. Their offense is loaded, with a strong offensive line and a defense that ranked fifth a year ago.
The Bucs also have the advantage of a second-place schedule, as they didn’t win their division a year ago.
Tampa Bay should pick up right where they left off, and have the depth and chemistry to pull off another big season.
Parlay Odds for NFL NFC Win Total Bets
These are my three favorite win totals from the NFC. Parlaying these three totals would give you odds of +490. If you wagered $100 on the parlay and won, you would profit $490.