In the NFL, some team could go out of a playoff afterthought into a competitor in consecutive seasons. But when it comes to clubs doing either exceedingly well or badly, that option is on the dining table as well.
BetOnline is offering a prop on if any squad will go 16-0 in the 2019 NFL year, using all the probability of it happening at +900 and the odds of it not happening at -1800. Conversely, the chances of a team going 0-16 sit at +950 using a -1900 price for every single franchise to win at least one game.
The last team to complete a perfect regular season was the 2007 New England Patriots, who came up short in a 17-14 Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants.
The 2015 Carolina Panthers won 14 consecutive games to begin the year before falling into the Atlanta Falcons in their 15th sport, along with the 2009 Indianapolis Colts accomplished the identical feat prior to seeing their perfect regular-season hopes ending. In both instances, the Panthers and Colts??ended up losing the Super Bowl.
Before the NFL switched from a 14-game regular year into a 16-game one, the 1972 Miami Dolphins completed a great season and playoffs en route to a Super Bowl triumph and a spotless 17-0 record. For this day, that team stays the only one to win at the Super Bowl while neglecting to drop a regular-season competition.
The odds of an NFL franchise failing to notch a regular-season victory are significantly greater. The 2017 Cleveland Browns have been the symbol of futility in the last couple of years, since the Hue Jackson-led bunch didn’t get one win in yet another lengthy campaign in Northeast Ohio.
The 2008 Detroit Lions became the first non-expansion team to lose every match in a complete season as the Second World War, which is all you will need to know about just how badly that year went.??
According to the most current Super Bowl chances, the Dolphins are projected to be the worst team in the league at +15000 odds. The Cincinnati Bengals (+12500), Arizona Cardinals (+10000), Buffalo Bills (+10000) and Washington Redskins (+10000) aren’t far off.
Can you believe any NFL squad will proceed either 16-0 or 0-16 in 2019? If this is so, which staff is the likeliest? Have your say in the comment section below. For more gambling information on the gridiron, head on to our NFL page.
Odds as of August 6 in BetOnline
Odds at BetOnline at August 6