Betting on NFL seasonal win totals is a tricky proposition. If you've done your homework, there's an edge to be had in April when the numbers are first released. At that time, the juice is minimal, the schedule is out, and most major roster changes have already occurred, both through free agency and the draft.

There's an inherent risk involved with betting on win totals in April, though. Key members of any team could be lost due to injury before Week 1 kicks off. Another major downside for most bettors is tying up funds over the summer for something that won't pay out until January, if at all. That's no issue for the whales among us, or if you have access to a trustworthy credit shop, but it is an issue for most casual...

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