Football betting players very often will bet sides against the NFL betting lines, but some football betting players also like to bet totals.
Sometimes NFL betting lines totals offer more value than pro football side bets for football betting players.
The 2006 football betting season for over/under NFL betting lines was definitely interesting. There were some NFL betting lines that had teams great on overs and some great on unders. Let’s review all of the NFL lines in regards to NFL betting totals for the 2006 season. Notice that the Tennessee Titans were the best over team against the NFL betting lines in 2006 going 12-3-1 in their 16 games while the Oakland Raiders were the best under team going 3-12-1. The NFC Champion Chicago Bears were the next best NFL betting lines over team in 2006 going 11-4-1 in their games. The Arizona Cardinals followed going over in 11 of their 16 games. The San Diego Chargers went over in 10 of their 16 games.
The Dallas Cowboys were one team that had a lot of over/under NFL betting lines excitement. They went over in 9 of 16 games but three other games fell right on the NFL betting lines number so they could have gone either way. The Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions, and Seattle Seahawks also went over in 9 of 16 games in 2006. The Eagles and Giants went over in 8 of their 16 games and each had two games fall right on the football betting number. The St. Louis Rams had one game fall on the number and went over in 8 of their other 15 games. The Washington Redskins went 7-6-3 to the overs. The Houston Texans, Denver Broncos, New Orleans Saints, and Indianapolis Colts all split going 8-8 in totals in 2006.
Teams that leaned toward the under in 2006 NFL betting lines were the Raiders as we already stated followed by the Atlanta Falcons who went under in 11 of 16 games. The Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots went under in 10 of their 16 games. The Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills all went under in 9 of 16 games. The Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers went 7-8-1 to the under while Minnesota split going 7-7-2.
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