Which NFL Teams Will Have the Best and Worst Records in 2019?

Out of those four major pro sports, parity reigns ultimate year in and year out in the NFL. With the 2019 season nearly here,??chances are out on which groups will end the campaign with the worst and very best records from the league.
The New England Patriots are the +500 favorites to have the very best regular-season record in 2019. The Kansas City Chiefs (+700), Los Angeles Rams (+900), New Orleans Saints (+900) and Philadelphia Eagles (+1000) include the rest of the top five.
On the other side of this weapon, the Miami Dolphins are all +300 front-runners to complete at the bottom of the league this year, together with the Cincinnati Bengals (+500), Arizona Cardinals (+900), New York Giants (+950) and Washington Redskins (+1000) next on the list.
Even the Rams and Saints tied for the best record??in the NFL in 13-3 SU this past year, while the Bears (12-4), Chiefs (12-4) and Chargers (12-4) were not far behind. The Cardinals were at Steve Wilks’ only season as Arizona’s head coach prior to being replaced by Kliff Kingsbury from the offseason.
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick have been dominating the NFL for the greater part of 2 decades, therefore it is no surprise to see the Pats because the faves to complete the year with the most wins. But a less than stellar receiving corps and the retirement of star tight end Rob Gronkowski can make some early issues on crime for New England, so I would stay away from them at +500.
I’m choosing the Chiefs to notch the victories in 2019. Patrick Mahomes’ MVP season in 2018 has been something to moan, along with Kansas City’s offense should be better this season around as the Texas Tech merchandise has a full season of playing time under his belt. The defense — a major weak spot last year — failed a huge reconstruct in the offseason and will probably create K.C. a significantly more harmful club.
To that squad will be in the bottom of the barrel, If it comes, I’m carrying the Bengals in +500. Cincinnati has never been to the playoffs since 2015 and is nowhere close to getting now, and even though the group has a new chair manager at Sean McVay disciple Zac Taylor, I’m predicting a lengthy period in Cincy.
The defense turned into a tragedy in 2018 and will probably once again fight to maintain opposing teams from their end zone, while the crime is going to have a significant hit if superstar wide receiver A.J. Green overlooks an elongated time period with an ankle injury (a major possibility right now). Guards will be piling up the box to slow down him, so expecting it to air out is a possibility, although in running back joe Mixon looks.
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