VegasInsider.com reported on Monday that CG Technology Sportsbook, a Nevada-based bookmaker and sportsbook operator, has released their projected 2019 win totals for all 32 NFL teams.

CG placed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at a projected six wins for the upcoming NFL season, joining the Oakland Raiders, Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants and Washington Redskins. The Bucs, who have a new head coach in Bruce Arians, have finished 5-11 in each of the last two seasons.

Only two teams, the Arizona Cardinals and Miami Dolphins at five wins each, are expected to win fewer games than the Bucs.

To the surprise of very few, the New England Patriots lead the Vegas projections at 11 wins, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs, Las Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints at 10.5 wins.

The rest of the NFC South isn’t quite as extreme though, with the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers set to win 8.5 and eight games, respectively.

Read the full list of betting odds for the 2019 NFL season right here.

 

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  1. Bucs will win …… 4 games

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  2. Yeah, a minimum of 4 away games…

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  3. If I was betting man which I’m not, I’d go with 8 wins, but also add 6 possible with injuries. 10 or 11 possible too if stay healthy, little luck , etc I’m tempering expectations. I love coaches etc, it’s just lot change in one year. But if I had to bet I’d say likely 8 or 9. Still not easy schedule by any means it’s like 13th hardest based on last year….that doesn’t always mean much either though some teams will break out and some contenders will take step back like every year.

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  4. It’s hard to tell until we see the schedule Las Vegas has a pretty correct if they can play Arizona and Miami they could get two wins next year I don’t know who else they could beat I do have them picking the first through third pick of the 2020 draft

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  5. Lets see what the draft brings in before we break out the three win predictions.

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  6. Sounds about right. I don’t know why most of the local fans and media think the coaching is going to make that much difference seeing as how changing coaches has never helped these players.

    I also think they got the other teams about right, except I think the Cowboys will win at least 10 games and the Colts won’t win more than 7. The Cowboys defense is starting to look pretty nasty and the Colts don’t have the depth to sustain last year’s win totals.

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  7. i know this is super petty lol, but was skimming looking for win number and couldnt find it. after breaking down and fully reading each line, saw the “six” wins. lol is that like a writer trick to get me to read? each other win number is written as an actual number, except for that “six” for the bucs.

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  8. If the Bucs have an average defense and average special teams. I would go with 10 wins.
    The problem is the Bucs have been the worst in the NFL in defense and special teams over the past three years. Major improvement is needed in those areas.

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  9. I think it’s funny how Vegas could care less that there’s an entirely new coaching staff in place, with 6 starters having been replaced, and they STILL think the Bucs are a 6 win team. The Patriots lost several key position players (and coaches) to either FA or retirement, and yet they top the board at 11 wins. Guess that’s what happens when you have a TB12 instead of a JW3. I’ve always thought this team was super talented and poorly coached. Apparently Vegas doesn’t care who plays or who coaches. The Buccaneers are just a sad sad team. I’m not a betting man either, but I would lay odds that Vegas is dead wrong. I think no less than 8 wins is very doable.

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  10. There’s no reason to doubt the Bucs will be near 6 wins with the current state of the defense. Everything about the defense at the moment is an act of projection of how the current roster can handle the new scheme. Throw in a total lack of quality depth in every area and Todd Bowles should be hailed as a miracle worker if he can get this unit to perform at an average level. Anything is possible, in 2016 the Bucs were projected to win 6.5 to 7 games and ended up winning 9. A lot had to do with a lucky bounce or a dropped INT, but it happened.

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  11. I just reread that report even odds is at the Bucks we’re going to be under 6 and they will pay you a dollar twenty on a dollar if they’re over 6 they don’t think the Bucs are going to win 6 games

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  12. I commented a few weeks ago Vegas is likely to put the Bucs at 6.5 O/U. I think it’s fair considering how long they’ve underachieved, how hard the division is, and how streaky Winston has been on turnovers.

    On the positive side of things, Carson Palmer said he expects Bruce Arians to lead the Bucs to 10 victories.

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  13. The early Over/Under lines are notoriously unstable and unreliable. Looking only at last year’s lines, they were off by 2 or more games in 18 of 32 posted. Here they are:

    Team Posted N of Wins:
    Cardinals 5.5 3
    Falcons 9 7
    Panthers 9 7
    Saints 9.5 13
    Vikings 10 8
    Bears 6.5 12
    49ers 8.5 4
    Seahawks 8 10
    Rams 10 13
    Jets 6 4
    Chiefs 8.5 12
    Chargers 9.5 12
    Raiders 7.5 4
    Houston 8 11
    Indy 6.5 10
    Jax 9 5
    Giants 7 5
    Packers 10 6

    These are relatively meaningless as a predictor, though historically there tends to be a regression to the mean for teams that move up or down 3 or more games from one season to the next; for example Jax would be a good over and the Bears and Indy and San Diego a good under this year.

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  14. I would say a 2 game spread is a reasonable margin of error for predictive purposes. What’s missing is that the Bucs were considered a 6.5 game winner last year and they won 5. This year the prediction is 6 . I don’t expect to see a Bears-like 6.5 to 12 improvement, and that Bears 6.5 was taken pre-Kalil Mack trade since it added a full game to the win prediction upon completion nbcsports.com/chicago/bears/bears-super-bowl-odds-more-double-khalil-mack-trade

    What’s weird is that Buddah states they are “notoriously unreliable”, which sounds like we have a future betting millionaire in our midst as all Buddah has to do is create a better system than Vegas in predicting teams records and maybe even one day write his own weekly gambling column. Maybe he can make all of his wagers on the next PR sponsor betting site, both to show those notoriously unreliable predictions who’s boss and allow PR to cash in on the referral bonus.

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  15. e, that would make WAY too much sense

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  16. Who cares… I Love It when the world is betting against Me or my Team… Its just a game and if we end up with 6 wins then that’s what everyone was expecting anyway. If we end up getting 3-4 quality starters from the Draft and one or two more FAs or quality Undrafted FAs and making the playoffs then the Haters can sit and spin on it and we can get back to enjoying Football…

    What good does it do to Hate so much? Yes we were 5-11 last year but 7 of those loses were by only 1 score (8 points or less). So many games could have gone either way and that is why a better Coaching Staff is seen as being a possible game changer for us… I’m gonna wait and see how our Draft goes and where we feel our players are by the time the season starts before I start lock-in in how many wins I think we’re gonna have. Until then there’s no way to tell…

    As long as Jameis Winston grows more Bones and has a Butt transplant or whatever it was that BoB Ass Bob said, then we will be just fine…

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  17. I say 5-11
    To many positions are lacking talent.
    Plus new systems

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  18. Realistically… the Bucs will finish around 6-10. With some luck 7-9. I’d love to see Jameis bust out with 4000 yards passing and 30tds! I’m a fan! The Draft…a solid draft with no reaches and we hit on a DL, RB, OL then it will be a hellava fun season and the sky’s the limit. But that would require GM to do something that he has yet to do in previous drafts. Lastly, I’m seeing CJ Anderson and other serviceable RBs signing for reasonable salaries. Shouldn’t we be signing one of them for a year or two? Add them to our stable and insurance if injuries strike the unit. What r you guys thoughts on the RB position and it’s depth… still would like to see some veteran presence back there. I’m just saying…

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  19. Wake up Bob? The schedule of Home and Away opponents has been out since before the end of last season. The only thing we’re awaiting are the dates and times. News Flash: One of the games is in London against the Panthers. And here’s something that will get your nego-meter spiking……….it’s a home game.

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  20. Looking at list of who Bucs play 2019 they play one team ranked below them Cards

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  21. kinda early without actually knowing the schedule, and I don’t know – the draft. could still be some trades and/or signings.

    I’ll take over 6, happily. We’ve gotten more than we’ve lost this offseason when you factor in coaching and schemes. We lost barely any personnel compared to last season seeing as Kwon didn’t play over half the season anyway and DJAX was a non factor after week 2. Hump hurts but open the door for Godwin who has a higher ceiling anyway.

    Go Bucs!

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