As the Ravens are one of the NFL best bets entering the 2020 NFL season, here are top 2 of the other best bets from around the NFL.
As long as, NFL’s top defenses, Allen stays healthy during pre-season, the Bills could post double digit wins in 2020.
Kansas City Chiefs
Much like the Ravens, the Chiefs are a best bet as long as Patrick Mahomes is healthy and is on the field.
The NFL sports betting is red hot as the 2019 NFL Playoffs are in full swing after an exciting first round of the playoffs. While the final eight teams fight for a chance for a trip to the Super Bowl and the NFL best bets are rolling in this year, many handicappers and sports bettors are turning their attention to the 2020 NFL season. Despite knowing exactly where players will land during free agency and what direction some teams will move, a few teams around the league will be almost guaranteed best bets entering the season.
One of those teams that we like as a best bet team entering the 2020 NFL season is the Baltimore Ravens. The team rolled to a 14-2 record during the regular season while winning 12 straight games to end the regular season. The team will have a majority of their playmakers returning on both sides of the football including All-Pro quarterback Lamar Jackson. In addition the team will have nearly $60 million dollars in cap space to add a few additional pieces to both sides of the football.
As the Ravens are one of the NFL best bets entering the 2020 NFL season, here are a few of the other best bets from around the NFL.
NFL Best Bets
Buffalo Bills – The Bills are a team to watch for the next few seasons as they have one of the NFL’s top defenses, a playmaker under center in Josh Allen and play in a division with a ton of question marks. While no one knows what Tom Brady will do this off-season, one thing is for sure and that is the New England Patriots have a ton of question marks. In addition, to the question marks with the Patriots, both the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets both have their own issues. As long as Allen stays healthy during pre-season, the Bills could post double digit wins in 2020.
Kansas City Chiefs – Much like the Ravens, the Chiefs are a best bet as long as Patrick Mahomes is healthy and is on the field. The Chiefs won the AFC West behind another strong season from their signal caller. While the Chiefs offense will be remain near the top of the league, their defense made big strides during the 2019 NFL season. Along with having the best roster in the AFC West, question marks with the other three teams leaves it open for the Chiefs to win another division title. The Oakland Raiders make the move to Las Vegas with concerns on both sides of the ball, the Los Angeles Chargers could be in the market for a quarterback and the Denver Broncos will be turning to second year quarterback Drew Lock as their potential franchise quarterback. These concerns leave the Chiefs as the front runner to win the AFC West.
New Orleans Saints – The Saints just continue to win with or without Drew Brees under center. The team has posted back to back 13 wins season and has one of the most talented offenses in all of football with Brees, Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara. Meanwhile, the Saints defense performed well for most of the 2019 NFL schedule. Much like the AFC West, the three additional teams in the NFC South have major concerns including the Carolina Panthers who are in need of a head coach. As long as Brees is with the Saints, the team should be a title contender year in and year out.
San Francisco 49ers – When you look at the 49ers roster you see a team that is stacked on both sides of the football. This includes a defense that might have been the best in all of the NFL in 2019 and will return most of their starters. In addition, the 49ers have seen nothing but success and growth with Jimmy Garoppolo at quarterback. While the 49ers play in possible the deepest division in football in the NFC West, the team will have the talent to win week in and week out.
Pittsburgh Steelers – You could call the Steelers a sleeper team after failing to make the playoffs in 2019, but the reality is the team barely missed the playoffs despite losing Ben Roethlisberger to a knee injury and Antonio Brown to a trade. Without both of these former All-Pro’s the team came within one win from securing a wild card berth within the AFC conference. Look for the team to get Roethlisberger back in 2020 to sure up the offense. On the defensive side of the football TJ Watt should continue to be a top tier talent while helping the defense rank near the tops in the NFL.