Will the defending Super Bowl champs New England Patriots eclipse 11 wins in 2019? Or, will Arizona Cardinals rookie quarterback Kyler Murray pass for more than 2,940 yards in coach Kliff Kingsbury's offense?
Caesars Sportsbook supplied ESPN with odds for 32 over/unders for the 2019 season. We then had NFL Nation reporters provide their insights and pick a side. These hypothetical over/unders have been updated as of June 15, 2019.
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Over/under 6.5 touchdowns for wide receiver Amari Cooper?
Over. Cooper led the Cowboys in touchdown catches last season with six and played in only nine games. He will be the focal point of the offense and his connection with a full offseason of work with quarterback Dak Prescott appears to have grown even more. He is moving all over the formation and is going in motion more. The Cowboys plan to get him the ball a ton of different ways. He might not be as dynamic in terms of touchdowns as Dez Bryant was from 2012 through 2014, but he will have more than 6.5 touchdowns in 2019. If he doesn't, then something went badly for the Cowboys. -- Todd Archer
Over/under 5.5 starts for rookie quarterback Daniel Jones?
Under. It's hard to imagine the Giants making the switch from veteran Eli Manning to Jones unless they are out of the playoff picture. And this year the early season schedule isn't anywhere near as daunting, so Jones probably will pick up more from the sideline in Year 1. -- Jordan Raanan
Who will rule the NFC East?
The Live crew debates whether the Cowboys or the Eagles will win the NFC East.
Over/under 3,520 passing yards for quarterback Carson Wentz?