NFL Betting - Where is the Money Going on NFL Season Win Totals?

What teams are getting the action in NFL betting in terms of win totals at the Sbg sportsbook? Are there some teams that you should consider making an NFL bet on?

NFL betting win totals at SBG have moved a little bit.  Let’s take a look at the teams that are getting the most action.

Green Bay Packers:  One of the teams that are getting the most action is Green Bay.  The Packers started with a win total of 9.5 and now that total is 10.  Bettors really like the Green Bay offense with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback and they expect the Packers to make a run at the Super Bowl in 2010.

Atlanta Falcons:  Another team that is expected to exceed their total this year is the Atlanta Falcons.  They opened with a win total of 9 and that number is up to 9.5.  Many people believe the Falcons will win at least 10 games and unseat the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South.

New York Giants:  The Giants are getting some attention from gamblers making an NFL bet as many people expect them to bounce back from a disappointing 2009.  The Giants win total has gone from 8.5 to 9.  The NFC East is tough but the Giants are very capable of winning the division.

Oakland Raiders:  The Raiders are expected to be improved this season with Jason Campbell at quarterback and bettors have moved the total on the Raiders from 6 to 6.5.

The Raiders play in a weak division in the AFC West and they could win 7 games or more this season.  It is tough to take a team owned by Al Davis to go over but bettors are doing it.

Overrated Teams:  The Buffalo Bills are getting action as bettors don’t expect them to win many games. Their total opened at 5.5 and is down to 5.  With Chan Gailey as head coach and no proven quarterback, the Bills are in for a long year. The Carolina Panthers have seen their win total go from 7 to 6.5.

Not many people believe in John Fox as head coach anymore.  The Broncos have seen their total go from 7.5 to 7, the Titans total has gone form 8.5 to and the Eagles total has also gone from 8.5 to 8.