NFL Team Over/Under Standings: Can the Bears Keep Their Remarkable Streak Going With Justin Fields?

What are the over and under records for each team through 11 weeks, and which teams see the over or under hit most frequently in their games?

One of the trends of the current season when it comes to NFL betting has been the volume of unders hitting through the first 11 weeks of the year. With that in mind, let’s examine the over-and-under standings for each of the 32 teams to see which teams are consistently involved in higher or lower-scoring games.

Team Over/Under NFL Standings Entering Week 12

1) Chicago Bears | 7-4
T2) Dallas Cowboys | 6-4
T2) Indianapolis Colts | 6-4
T2) Detroit Lions | 6-4
T5) Arizona Cardinals | 6-5
T5) Washington Commanders | 6-5
T7) San Francisco 49ers | 5-5
T7) Philadelphia Eagles | 5-5
T7) Miami Dolphins | 5-5
T7) Cleveland Browns | 5-5
T7) Jacksonville Jaguars | 5-5
T7) Cincinnati Bengals | 5-5
13) Baltimore Ravens | 5-6
T14) Green Bay Packers | 4-6
T14) Seattle Seahawks | 4-6
T14) Houston Texans | 4-6

T14) Denver Broncos | 4-6
T14) Atlanta Falcons | 4-6
T19) New Orleans Saints | 3-7
T19) Tennessee Titans | 3-7
T19) New York Jets | 3-7
T19) Carolina Panthers | 3-7
T19) Los Angeles Rams | 3-7
T19) Los Angeles Chargers | 3-7
T19) New England Patriots | 3-7
T26) Buffalo Bills | 3-8
T26) Minnesota Vikings | 3-8
T26) New York Giants | 3-8
T29) Tampa Bay Buccaneers | 2-8
T29) Pittsburgh Steelers | 2-8
T29) Kansas City Chiefs | 2-8
32) Las Vegas Raiders | 2-9

Which Teams Are Involved in Higher and Lower Scoring Games Than Expected?

It’s probably a surprise to many that the Bears are the team who have most commonly been in higher-scoring games than expected this year. They are one of just six teams who have seen the over hit more than the under. In contrast, it has been the Raiders who have seen the most games go under this year.

The intriguing thing with the Bears is that despite being the league leaders in hitting the over, the recent trend has been towards lower-scoring games. The under has hit in four of Chicago’s last six contests, but only one of those saw Justin Fields as the starting quarterback.

With Fields as the starter, the over is 6-1 this season in Bears games. The one game that went under was when he left early with an injury. It is certainly an intriguing trend that games with Fields tend to see the over hit. However, this week they face the Vikings, who have had the over hit in fewer than 30% of their games this season.

As for the Raiders, they have become masters at seeing the under hit in their games. Their combination of mediocre offensive play with reasonably strong defensive performances has led to the last four Vegas games going under. In fact, just once since Week 2 has a game gone over for the Raiders this season.

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Interestingly, this week, Las Vegas takes on the Chiefs, who are tied for the second-highest percentage of games going under this season (82%). It has been a similar story for Kansas City as it has for the Raiders, with a combination of disjointed offensive play and some strong defensive performances. It very much feels the under is in play for this one, with a total just north of 40 currently on the board.

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