NFL win total odds: Over/under lines for every AFC and NFC team
Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/AP. Deebo Samuel and the San Francisco 49ers have the highest win total in the NFC. Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/AP.

The NFL season is underway and the odds movement has been significant on the win total market.

The latest: Hot starts and slow beginnings have certain teams' win totals moving as the year progresses. The Cincinnati Bengals are trending downward thanks to an underwhelming start while the undefeated Miami Dolphins are on the rise.

Find the latest NFL win total odds below ahead of Week 4 action.

NFL win total odds

We'll start off by looking at the AFC, which includes the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and a number of other powerhouses.

The New York Jets are a team descending after a Week 1 injury to Aaron Rodgers. Their total was 9.5 to open the year but has dropped in response to his season-ending Achilles tear.

AFC projected win totals

Baltimore Ravens9.5-125+155
Buffalo Bills10.5-150+123
Cincinnati BengalsOTBOTBOTB
Cleveland Browns10.5+125-152
Denver Broncos5.5-150+123
Houston Texans6.5+104-125
Indianapolis Colts7.5-162+133
Jacksonville Jaguars8.5-130+107
Kansas City Chiefs11.5-106-115
Las Vegas Raiders6.5-152+125
Los Angeles Chargers8.5-143+118
Miami Dolphins11.5-177+144
New England Patriots7.5+125-152
New York Jets5.5-162+133
Pittsburgh Steelers9.5+110-134
Tennessee Titans7.5-118-104

NFL odds as of 2:34 p.m. on 09/26/2023.

Highest total: Miami Dolphins (11.5)

Miami and Kansas City both have an 11.5-game win total, but the odds (-177 to -106) suggest the Dolphins have a better shot at getting over their mark.

And that makes sense given what we've seen through three weeks. The Phins are undefeated, Tua Tagovailoa is second with 1,024 passing yards and Miami is coming off a 70-20 win over the Denver Broncos.

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The Dolphins' rushing attack has been equally as impressive as both Raheem Mostert (240) and Devon Achane (208) have more than 200 rushing yards on the season.

The only reason for pause with the Dolphins is Tagovailoa's injury history.

Miami hits the road to battle the Buffalo Bills in Week 4 before easier matchups against the New York Giants and Carolina Panthers. After that, they play the Philadelphia Eagles and Chiefs in two of the next three weeks before going on bye.

Lowest total: New York Jets (5.5)

New York's season came and went before it really even started.

Rodgers' injury in the team's season opener against Buffalo has dampened any reason for optimism. The Jets have lost back-to-back games and are getting brutal quarterback play from Zack Wilson.

Wilson has the third-lowest yards per attempt (5.6) among all QBs, leading only a hobbled Joe Burrow (4.7) and rookie Bryce Young (4.2).

Their defence has been serviceable but not good enough to overcome their offensive shortcomings.

NFC projected win total

Arizona Cardinals4.5-125+103
Atlanta Falcons9.5-130+107
Carolina Panthers5.5+137-167
Chicago Bears5.5+133-162
Dallas Cowboys10.5+104-125
Detroit Lions10.5+144-177
Green Bay Packers9.5+110-134
Los Angeles RamsOTBOTBOTB
Minnesota Vikings6.5-121+100
New Orleans SaintsOTBOTBOTB
New York Giants6.5-118-104
Philadelphia EaglesOTBOTBOTB
San Francisco 49ers12.5+100-121
Seattle Seahawks8.5-110-110
Tampa Bay BuccaneersOTBOTBOTB
Washington Commanders7.5+123-150

NFL odds as of 2:34 p.m. on 09/26/2023.

Highest total: San Francisco 49ers (12.5)

The 49ers have looked as dominant as advertised in 2023.

San Francisco has coasted to three wins to open the campaign, boasting the best point differential (+48) in the NFC. The defence continues to stymie its opponents, allowing the third-fewest yards per play (4.2) in the league.

Christian McCaffrey is shouldering the load offensively. He leads the league in rushing yards (353) and is averaging an eye-popping 5.9 yards per carry.

Brock Purdy is still undefeated in the regular season, sporting a perfect 8-0 record dating back to last season.

Lowest total: Arizona Cardinals (4.5)

Arizona had four wins last season and the odds suggest the team will hover around that mark again.

The team has had some encouraging results to open the campaign, enduring a couple of one-score losses before a 28-16 upset win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3.

Josh Dobbs has provided serviceable play at quarterback. He has two touchdowns and no interceptions with 549 passing yards.

The defence is playing well, limiting opponents to a respectable 5.3 yards per play.

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