Week 7 came and went, and while there were some improvements to our season-long futures (specifically on Green Bay, Arizona, Tampa Bay and Cleveland), there were some significant losses, as well (New England, Philadelphia and Dallas). We move on to Week 8.
Editor's note: PFF's NFL & NCAA Betting Dashboards (PFF Greenline) offer PFF-exclusive insight on moneyline, against the spread and over/under picks for every NFL and FBS game in 2020. Subscribe to PFF ELITE to get access.
After Week 1
Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl: +550 after Week 1, now +400
Seattle Seahawks to win the NFC West and Super Bowl: +190 and +1400 after Week 1, now -130 and +1000
Green Bay Packers to win the Super Bowl: +2600 after Week 1, now +1100
Tennessee Titans to win the AFC South: +125 after Week 1, now -220
After Week 2
Green Bay Packers to win the NFC North: -140 after Week 2, now -310
Philadelphia Eagles to miss the playoffs: -170 after Week 2, now +134
Arizona Cardinals to make the playoffs: +104 after Week 2, now -124
After Week 3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers to win the NFC South: +100 after Week 3, now -140
New England Patriots to win the AFC East: +125 after Week 3, now +480
After Week 4
Cleveland Browns to make the playoffs: -182 after Week 4, now -300
After Week 5
Dallas Cowboys to win the NFC East: -125 after Week 5, now +350
After Week 6
Baltimore Ravens to win the AFC North: -165 after Week 6, now -125
Our pick for after Week 7
Washington Football Team +450 to win the NFC East
This choice is purely mathematical, as we have Washington at 2-5 with a 22% chance of winning football’s worst division. The Football Team have the fourth-easiest remaining schedule among all NFL teams and the easiest remaining schedule among NFC East teams (Philadelphia is in the middle of the pack).
The Football Team’s two wins are over divisional foes, which would come in handy should they either tie a game in the future or end up heads up with the Dallas Cowboys for the top spot.