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2020 NFL best bets: A number we like on all 32 teams

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Could this be the Cowboys' year? (2:07)

Joe Fortenbaugh and Doug Kezirian discuss the Cowboys' projected win total and playoff chances. (2:07)

The 2020 NFL season is rather suddenly approaching, and we're here with betting previews for all 32 teams.

ESPN betting analysts Doug Kezirian, Preston Johnson and Joe Fortenbaugh, Fantasy's Mike Clay and Anita Marks, sports betting deputy editor David Bearman and our friends from Football Outsiders (Aaron Schatz and Scott Spratt) combine to offer their best bets for each team, from win totals to championship odds to props and much more.

Note: All odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook unless otherwise noted. Odds as of Aug. 24.

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ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN
CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB | HOU | IND
JAX | KC | LAC | LAR | MIA | MIN | NE
NO | NYG | NYJ | LV | PHI | PIT | SF
SEA | TB | TEN | WSH

AFC East

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How will Pats players opting out affect playoff chances?

Anita Marks expects the Patriots to have a down season after seeing multiple key players opt out of the 2020 NFL season.

Buffalo Bills (25-1 to win Super Bowl; opened 28-1)

Odds to win AFC: 10-1
Division: +100
Over/under: 9
Odds to make playoffs: Yes -175, No +155

Bills under 9 wins (-105)

Johnson: Buffalo traded for Stefon Diggs and Tom Brady took his talents to Tampa Bay, and now it seems the whole world loves the Bills in 2020. I'm not in that camp. They shift from one of the easiest schedules in the NFL last season to one of the toughest (they face the AFC West and NFC West out of the division). They missed the fourth-fewest starts as a team in 2019, and when adjusting for the actual quality of those missed starts, the Bills were the healthiest team in the NFL by a fairly big margin last season.