REPORT: Three NFL Teams Are Currently Projected To Win The Most Games During The 2024 Season

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NFL Free agency is technically not over and we are still yet to get through the NFL Draft, but win projections from all teams are already coming out for the upcoming 2024 season and some of them might shock you.

This week, DraftKings released their NFL win totals for all teams and they have chosen three teams to have the most victories out of anybody. The Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, and San Francisco 49ers are currently projected at 11.5 wins for the upcoming season.

Last month, the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers represented their respective NFL conferences in the Super Bowl, with the Chiefs coming out on top to nab their second-straight Super Bowl victory and third overall in the Patrick Mahomes era. The Chiefs won 11 games in 2023.

For the San Francisco 49ers, it was their second-straight loss in the Super Bowl to the Patrick Mahomes-led Chiefs. The 49ers won 12 games during the 2024 NFL regular season.

The Baltimore Ravens got all the way to the AFC Championship game, but those pesky Kansas City Chiefs came on the road to M&T Bank Stadium and walked out victorious on that day. The Ravens had the most wins over anyone in 2023 with 13.

Here is the full list, via DraftKings:

Aside from those three teams, DraftKings listed some notable and even surprise teams at 105 wins which include: the Atlanta Falcons, Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins, and Philadelphia Eagles.

Predicting NFL Team Win Totals Is Insanely Difficult For Various Reasons

Projecting victories for NFL teams is always hard because no one knows when a major injury or injuries will occur and that certainly changes the trajectory for any team, especially if it happens to a starting quarterback. We saw that in real-time with the New York Jets and many others.

Not to mention, incoming superstar and star players from college do not always pan out in their first season after being selected and that could vastly stunt the growth of any team.

Like any other season, we will see how accurate these NFL team projections are later this year when the outcome still has to be played on the field.



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