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NFL: Accomplished Analyst Releases Top Season-Win Total Plays

SportsLine senior analyst Josh Nagel hit 70 percent of his NFL spread selections last year and has hit 68 percent of his prop-bet selections. He has released five confident season-win total projections for the upcoming season.
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Sportsbooks have offered live NFL season-win total odds for several weeks now, and they have had a chance to adjust their odds and prices based on the action.

However, handicappers also have a had an opportunity to gather more information and zero in on value spots.

Before you place your NFL season-win total wagers, listen to what SportsLine senior analyst Josh Nagel has to say. SportsLine's assistant managing editor hit 70 percent of his NFL spread selections (14-6) last season, including a perfect 3-0 in postseason selections. He also has a documented record of 25-12 in prop-bet specials for SportsLine.

The Reno-based handicapper benefits from a thorough process that includes analytics, motivational spots and contrarian thinking combined with an ultra-selective approach to making and releasing selections.

Following intensive research and analysis of all NFL teams. Nagel scoured the futures betting menu and has identified five strong positions. 

We can tell you he likes the Oakland Raiders to go Over their posted win total of eight in Jon Gruden's return to the sidelines following a decade away from coaching.

Nagel also just made the call on the Eagles' hopes of repeating as Super Bowl champions and is predicting one of the most-hyped 2018 teams to face-plant. He's sharing which team it is, and what side to back, over at SportsLine.

So which teams can you count on to beat projections, and which clubs are destined to come up short? … Join SportsLine now to get the top five win-total picks from an accomplished handicapper who hit 70 percent of his NFL picks last season!  

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SportsLine Staff