- The Jacksonville Jaguars have the shortest odds to become the last winless team in 2020 at +300 odds.
- The Cincinnati Bengals were the last team to record a victory in 2019.
- The Kansas City Chiefs have the longest odds of being the last winless team in the NFL at +150000.
JACKSONVILLE — The start of the 2020 NFL regular season is a little under a month away and sportsbooks have already begun preparing bettors for the return of football.
Now is the best time to bet on any NFL futures since the odds will be longer since the season hasn’t started. Bettors could possibly get a much bigger return on winning bets today than they would if placed the same bet during the regular season.
One of the more overlooked NFL betting props is which team will be the last one to record a victory. Last year the Cincinnati Bengals were the last team in the NFL to record a victory as their first win didn’t come until a Week 13 matchup against the New York Jets.
This upcoming NFL season, betting on which team will be the last to notch that first win of the year comes with some pretty advantageous odds for bettors.
For props like this, bettors should look to bet on teams with major injuries to key players or selected at the top of the NFL Draft.
NFL Last Winless Team Odds
- Jacksonville Jaguars +300
- Washington Football Team +550
- Carolina Panthers +800
- Cincinnati Bengals +900
- New York Giants +1000
- Miami Dolphins +1200
- New York Jets +1200
- Las Vegas Raiders +1600
- Detroit Lions +1800
- Atlanta Falcons +2200
- Arizona Cardinals +2500
- Denver Broncos +2500
- Los Angeles Chargers +2500
- Chicago Bears +2800
Pick: Jacksonville Jaguars (+300). The Jacksonville Jaguars have already begun yet another rebuilding phase and that could lead to them being one of the worst teams in the NFL this season.
They’ve already deconstructed their defense as A.J. Bouye, Calais Campbell and Jalen Ramsey are all on different teams now. The remaining best player on the Jags defense Yannick Ngakoue hasn’t signed his franchise tag and has told the team he wants to be traded so he likely won’t be suiting up for the Jaguars this season.
With so many new faces on the defensive side of the ball, Jacksonville will be playing from behind often and in return, they won’t win many games especially at the start of the season.
There are still many questions the Jags will face on the offensive side of the ball as Gardner Minshew enters his second year under center and the team decided not to give running back Leonard Fournette’s his fifth-year option.
All of this makes it easy to see why the Jaguars have the shortest odds at online betting sites to be the last team to notch a victory. Currently constructed, the Jags have one of the weakest rosters in the league.
Facing the improved Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans the first two weeks of the season will likely keep the Jaguars winless as they don’t have much talent on their roster. Bettors should take the Jags +300 odds with confidence as they likely won’t get their first win until a Week 6 meeting with the Detroit Lions.