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Added August 10th, 2012 by Chalk
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2012 NFL Projected Win Totals For All 32 Teams

Vegas Over/Under lines for regular season wins for all 32 NFL Teams are out for the 2012 season, with the New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers projected to earn their conference’s top seeds. Seven of the eight division winners from last season are projected to at least tie for tops in their division again in 2012, with the only exception the fluketastic New York Giants expected to place second.

There would be only one change from last year’s AFC playoffs if the over/unders play out — the San Diego Chargers would return to the postseason while the Cincinnati Bengals would miss out. The NFC would have two changes, with the Philadelphia Eagles winning the NFC East and the Chicago Bears projected to return to the playoffs, with the final wild card coming down to a tiebreaker between the Giants and Detroit Lions.

The Cleveland Browns are expected to have the NFL’s worst record in 2012.

Here are your 2012 NFL Projected Win Totals For All 32 Teams division by division:

AFC EAST
New England Patriots 12
New York Jets 8.5
Buffalo Bills 8
Miami Dolphins 7

AFC CENTRAL
Baltimore Ravens 10
Pittsburgh Steelers 10
Cincinnati Bengals 8
Cleveland Browns 5

AFC SOUTH
Houston Texans 10
Tennessee Titans 7
Jacksonville Jaguars 5.5
Indianapolis Colts 5

AFC WEST
Denver Broncos 9
San Diego Chargers 9
Kansas City Chiefs 8
Oakland Raiders 7

NFC EAST
Philadelphia Eagles 10.5
New York Giants 9
Dallas Cowboys 8.5
Washington Redskins 6.5

NFC CENTRAL
Green Bay Packers 12
Chicago Bears 9.5
Detroit Lions 9
Minnesota Vikings 6

NFC SOUTH
New Orleans Saints 10
Atlanta Falcons 9
Carolina Panthers 7.5
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6

NFC WEST
San Francisco 49ers 10
Arizona Cardinals 7
Seattle Seahawks 7
St. Louis Rams 6

 
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