2024-25 NFL odds: Patriots projected to have worst record in the NFL

The 2024 NFL season kicks off in a little less than two months. This means that bettors are already eyeing which teams they’re backing — as well as which squads they’re fading.

For bettors who really want to commit to fading a franchise, the market for the fewest regular-season wins is the perfect spot.

Currently, the team with the shortest odds to win the fewest games is New England. 

The Patriots parted ways with veteran coach Bill Belichick in January and quickly named former assistant Jerod Mayo his successor.

Though Mayo won a Super Bowl as a Patriots player and worked as an assistant under Belichick since 2019, that wasn’t enough to keep sportsbooks from projecting the Pats to have an underwhelming 2024.

With that in mind, let’s dive into the odds for the teams most likely to be at the bottom of the standings next season.

2024-25 Fewest Regular Season Wins: *

Patriots: +340 (bet $10 to win $44 total)
Panthers: +550 (bet $10 to win $65 total)
Broncos: +600 (bet $10 to win $70 total)
Titans: +800 (bet $10 to win $90 total)
Giants: +1000 (bet $10 to win $110 total)
Commanders: +1100 (bet $10 to win $120 total)
Vikings: +1100 (bet $10 to win $120 total)
Raiders: +1200 (bet $10 to win $130 total)
Cardinals: +1700 (bet $10 to win $180 total)
Steelers: + 2000 (bet $10 to win $210 total)
Buccaneers: +2200 (bet $10 to win $230 total)
Seahawks: +2200 (bet $10 to win $230 total)
Saints: +2500 (bet $10 to win $260 total)
Colts: +2500 (bet $10 to win $260 total)
Browns: +4000 (bet $10 to win $410 total)

* odds as of 7/10/24

New England tops the board at +340 as the team most likely to have the fewest regular-season wins in 2024. 

While the Patriots have extended contracts for several of their stars, as of early July, the organization has yet to lock in four-time Pro Bowl edge Matthew Judon

Behind the Pats for the team to have the fewest regular-season wins are the Panthers. 

However, according to one analyst’s insight, bettors might want to avoid wagering on the Panthers in this market.

Panthers a ‘fringe wild card’ team

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“I think [the Panthers] are a fringe NFC wild card team,” NFL betting analyst Adam Chernoff projected on “The Herd.” 

“This is putting Bryce Young in a much better position with the modern coaching staff that is coming in, led by Dave Canales.

“Last year, [Canales] revived Baker Mayfield — another QB that everybody wrote off. I think it’s a great coaching staff and an organization that’s going to compete for that spot as a wild card in the NFC. 

“Very bullish on the Panthers this season.”

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