In the last five seasons the Patriots were the most efficient team at getting the most for their money. According to the NFL Management Council, the Patriots spent their money the best. The Patriots and Colts have the most wins in the last five years with 63 each. Both teams have been very effective with the Patriots holding a slight edge. NFL betting numbers tell us that well behind those two teams in third place were the San Diego Chargers while Pittsburgh was in fourth place.
The problem for San Diego is that the other three teams have Super Bowl wins during the last five years and they do not. Rounding out the Top 5 as NFL betting numbers tell us were the Denver Broncos followed closely by the New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars and Philadelphia Eagles. The Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers round out the Top 10 as sports betting numbers showed. You might be wondering who the worst teams are in terms of getting the most for their money.
There are not really any surprises at the bottom of this list as online sports betting information tells us. The worst team at spending money and turning that money into wins is the Oakland Raiders. That is no surprise considering they are one of the worst run franchises in all of sports. The Detroit Lions are right behind the Raiders in terms of spending money unwisely as NFL betting numbers show.
They are followed by the San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns as sports betting numbers showed. It is no coincidence that each of these five teams begins the 2009 season with a new head coach. (Mike Singletary and Tom Cable were interim head coaches with San Francisco and Oakland last year). Looking at the list we find that teams at the bottom of the list spent their money inefficiently.
The front office of a team is actually a very important ingredient to how a team does on the field and at the NFL betting window. The Patriots are not only the most efficient team at spending money they are also the favorite to win Super Bowl XLIV in NFL odds. The worst teams at spending money, the Raiders and Lions are hopeless longshots in NFL odds again this season.