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Projected win probabilities for all 32 NFL teams in 2019

The SportsLine Projection Model has simulated the entire 2019 NFL season 10,000 times and has projected win probabilities for all 32 teams.
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With training camp just around the corner, the 2019 NFL season is approaching quickly and a fast-paced offseason has bred some major changes in the league. Stars like Odell Beckham Jr., Antonio Brown, Joe Flacco and Le'Veon Bell have changed teams and an exciting 2019 NFL Draft has injected a new wave of young talent into the NFL like Kyler Murray and Nick Bosa.

That's ultimately changing the complexion of the league, with the Cleveland Browns jumping out as one of the potential breakout teams of 2019. With last year's No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield seizing the reins as the franchise quarterback, the Browns made big moves this offseason by acquiring Beckham and Olivier Vernon in a blockbuster trade with the New York Giants and signing big names like Kareem Hunt and Sheldon Richardson.

After winning five of their last seven games to finish the 2018 season at 7-9, Cleveland looks like a potential playoff contender and a darkhorse Super Bowl contender. However, they'll have to deal with 11 teams coming off 10-win seasons last year that all feel like they've got a chance to win a championship as well as teams in the Browns' boat looking to make the jump the lower tier of the NFL to contention.

The SportsLine Projection Model has already simulated the entire 2019 NFL season 10,000 times and released its win probabilities and playoff percentages. Here's a look at how all 32 teams in the NFL fare this year in their simulations.

How many wins do each NFL team wind up with in 2019? And what is each team's chance of making the postseason? Join SportsLine now to get computer and Vegas expert picks for every single NFL game, plus season-long and daily Fantasy advice all year long.

AFC EAST

New England Patriots: 11.1 wins and 91.6 percent postseason chance

Miami Dolphins: 4.1 wins and <1.0 percent postseason chance

Buffalo Bills: 6.6 wins and 9.7 percent postseason chance

New York Jets: 7.7 wins and 24.0 percent postseason chance

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens: 9.1 wins and 49.7 percent postseason chance

Pittsburgh Steelers: 8.8 wins and 46.4 percent postseason chance

Cleveland Browns: 9.4 wins and 57.9 percent postseason chance

Cincinnati Bengals: 6.3 wins and 7.3 percent postseason chance

AFC South

Houston Texans: 8.1 wins and 33.2 percent postseason chance

Indianapolis Colts: 9.2 wins and 59.2 percent postseason chance

Tennessee Titans: 7.2 wins and 22.0 percent postseason chance

Jacksonville Jaguars: 7.2 wins and 20.2 percent postseason chance

AFC West

Kansas City Chiefs: 10.9 wins and 85.7 percent postseason chance

Los Angeles Chargers: 10.2 wins and 75.1 percent postseason chance

Denver Broncos: 7.2 wins and 15.1 percent postseason chance

Oakland Raiders: 5.2 wins and 2.2 percent postseason chance

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys: 8.3 wins and 40.8 percent postseason chance

Philadelphia Eagles: 9.4 wins and 68.0 percent postseason chance

Washington Redskins: 6.5 wins and 13.9 percent postseason chance

New York Giants: 7.0 wins and 16.9 percent postseason chance

NFC North

Chicago Bears: 8.9 wins and 53.2 percent postseason chance

Minnesota Vikings: 7.9 wins and 33.1 percent postseason chance

Green Bay Packers: 8.3 wins and 41.1 percent postseason chance

Detroit Lions: 7.7 wins and 28.0 percent postseason chance

NFC South

New Orleans Saints: 10.6 wins and 86.9 percent postseason chance

Atlanta Falcons: 7.7 wins and 26.4 percent postseason chance

Carolina Panthers: 7.2 wins and 18.4 percent postseason chance

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 6.3 wins and 10.5 percent postseason chance

NFC West

Los Angeles Rams: 10.1 wins and 78.3 percent postseason chance

Seattle Seahawks: 9.0 wins and 54.9 percent postseason chance

San Francisco 49ers: 7.6 wins and 26.1 percent postseason chance

Arizona Cardinals: 5.4 wins and 3.6 percent postseason chance

Ryan Wooden
Ryan Wooden