Win Total Wednesdays: NFC West Odds, Trends

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This is the eighth straight week of Win Total Wednesdays, as we’ve analyzed the latest odds and trends for NFL win totals by division. We’ve reached our final destination, as we conclude with the NFC West.

The NFC West is the only division to have three teams with a double-digit win total at William Hill Nevada. Just one other division has two: the AFC North with the Ravens (11) and Browns (10.5). If you add up the win totals for all four teams, the NFC West has the highest combined win total of any division with 39, with the AFC West in second at 38.

The Rams have the highest win total in the NFC West at 10.5 after bolstering their quarterback situation with the offseason acquisition of Matthew Stafford. Los Angeles opened at 10.5, with the under at -125 and the over at +105. Now the over is at -105 with the under still slightly favored at -115.

William Hill bettors are split on this win total, as the over has received 75% of the total number of tickets yet the under has gotten 53% of the total dollars wagered. Rams 10.5 is the only under in the division that has drawn the majority of the total dollars wagered.

The NFC West team that William Hill bettors feel is most likely to surpass its win total is last year’s division winner. The Seahawks opened at 10, with the under posted at -125 and the over at +105. Just like the Rams at 10.5, Seattle at 10 has shifted to under -115 and over -105.  

Seahawks over 10 leads all NFC West teams in both total number of tickets (77%) and total dollars wagered (73%).

The 49ers finished in last place last season, yet they have the same win total for this upcoming campaign as the reigning division champion Seahawks. Of all NFC teams, no one has a greater differential between last season’s wins (6) and this year’s win total at William Hill Nevada (10) than San Francisco.

San Francisco’s win total was first listed at 10, with the over positioned at -140 and the under at +120. The over has a heavier price now, swinging to -155 with the under currently at +135.

The majority of William Hill bettors are expecting a bounce-back campaign in the Bay Area, as the 49ers’ over has captured 71% of the total number of tickets and 60% of the total dollars wagered.

There hasn’t been too much of a change with betting action on that win total since San Francisco took Trey Lance with the No. 3 pick in the 2021 NFL draft, as the 49ers’ over has snagged 73% of the total number of tickets and 60% of the total dollars wagered since Apr. 29.

Additionally, the two biggest NFC West win total wagers at William Hill were both placed on the 49ers. One Nevada bettor laid $15,000 on 49ers under 10 (+135) for a total potential payout of $35,250, while another Nevada bettor put down $10,000 on 49ers over 10 (-145) for a total potential payout of $16,896.55.

How strong is the NFC West projected for this season? The team with the lowest win total, the Cardinals at 8.5, still has a higher win total than 50% of the NFC East, NFC North and NFC South.

Arizona’s number is the only one that has shifted thus far in the division at William Hill Nevada. After originally being displayed at 8 (over -140/under +120), it has increased by half a win to 8.5 (over -110/under -110).

Many William Hill bettors are banking on Arizona notching its first winning season since 2015, with the Cardinals’ over collecting 76% of the total number of tickets and 58% of the total dollars wagered.

Check out William Hill’s latest odds and trends for every NFC West team’s win total below.

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