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Find our free predictions for betting on the NFL 2019/20, as well as tips and forecasts for each upcoming matchday. Full information for your sports bets.

NFL 2019/20 Presentation - American Football


The National Football League (NFL) consists of 32 American Football teams, which are split up into two different conferences - the National Football Conference (NFC) and American Football Conference (AFC). The regular NFL season runs for 17 weeks between early September and late December, and is followed by the NFL Playoffs which run until the Super Bowl on the first Sunday of February.

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NFL 2019/20 Season Format

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The 2019/20 NFL season is set to return for its 100th edition on September 5th, with each team set to play 16 matches each until the postseason begins in 2020. The teams in each conference are divided into four divisions - North, South, East and West - with the winners of each division and two wildcard teams qualifying for the NFL Playoffs at the end of the regular season. Each NFL division is made up of four teams, and are composed as follows:

American Football Conference

  • Buffalo Bills
  • Miami Dolphins
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Houston Texans
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Tennessee Titans
  • Denver Broncos
  • Kansas City Chiefs
  • Los Angeles Chargers
  • Oakland Raiders

National Football Conference

  • Dallas Cowboys
  • New York Giants
  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • Washington Redskins
  • Chicago Bears
  • Detroit Lions
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Minnesota Vikings
  • Atlanta Falcons
  • Carolina Panthers
  • New Orleans Saints
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Seattle Seahawks

Six teams from each Conference qualify for the NFL Playoffs at the end of the season - the top team in each division and two wildcard teams - which will begin on January 4th 2020. At the end of the Playoffs, the AFC Champions and the NFC Champions will go head-to-head in Super Bowl LIV on February 2nd, where the 2020 NFL Champions will be crowned.

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The Road to the Super Bowl



Overall Rankings

  1. Baltimore Ravens 14-2
  2. Kansas City Chiefs 12-4
  3. New England Patriots 12-4
  4. Houston Texans 10-6
  5. Buffalo Bills 10-6
  6. Tennessee Titans 9-7

The regular season saw the Baltimore Ravens achieve the best season record in the AFC. They had a 14-2 record and easily won the AFC North division finishing with six wins more than any of the other sides in their division. Second place went to the Kansas City Chiefs who won AFC West with a 12-4 record, five wins ahead of the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. Finishing second overall was clinched by the fact that they had beaten the New England Patriots, an important result as it meant the Chiefs avoided the wild card play-offs.. The defending champions won the AFC East ahead of the Buffalo Bills. The Patriots had started the season with an eight-match winning streak. In fourth were the Houston Texans who just edged out the Titans in the AFC South.

The wild card play-offs saw a major surprise as the Titans ended the reign of the Patriots with a 20-13 win. The other AFC wild card match was won by the Texans who edged out Buffalo 22-19. The Titans caused another surprise in the Divisional Finals as they knocked out the top seeded Baltimore Ravens winning by 28 points to 12. They led by eight points at half time but a 14-0 win in the third quarter put the game beyond their opponents and the Titans had knocked out another leading side.

The other Divisional Final saw the Kansas City Chiefs involved in a record breaking 51-31 win over the Houston Texans. The 82 points were the most ever scored in a play-off match  Another major shock looked likely as the Texans won the first quarter 21-0  and that was extended to 24-0 before the Chiefs fought back with 28 unanswered points to go into the half time break with an unexpected lead. The Chiefs dominated the second half setting up an AFC Championship match with the Titans.

Could the Titans survive against the Chiefs and cause a third straight shock?   They got off to a good start taking a 10-7 lead in the first quarter. The shock wasn't going to happen though and  quarterback Patrick Mahomes led his team to a 35-24 victory to give themselves a chance of winning the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years. 

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Overall Rankings

  1. San Francisco 49ers 13-3
  2. Green Bay Packers 13-3
  3. New Orlean Saints 13-3
  4. Philadelphia Eagles 9-7
  5. Seattle Seahawks 11-5
  6. Minnesota Vikings 10-6

It was a tight battle for the top three rankings in the NFC. San Francisco 49ers won the NFC West and ended up claiming top spot due to the head-to-head records over the Packers and the NFC North winners Saints. That vital second place went to the Packers  (winners of the NFC North) because they had a superior record against other conference sides. In fourth were the Philadelphia Eagles who squeezed home in the NFC East ahead of the Dallas Cowboys.

The wild card play-off round saw Seattle Seahawks defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 23-9 winning each of the first three quarters. Joining them in the Divisional Finals were the Minnesota Vikings who surprisingly beat the New Orleans Saints. The Vikings led by ten points going into the final quarter but the Saints leveled the scores and took the game into over time before the Vikings sealed the win 26-20.

The Divisional Finals saw the Packers defeat Seattle Seahawks 28-23. The 49ers took a commanding 21-3 lead at half-time. The Seahawks fought back in the second half but couldn't catch Green Bay who made it to the NFC Championship match. In the other game, the 49ers defeated the Vikings 27-10. There was only four points in it at half time with San Francisco in the lead. They extended that advantage in the second half to reach the championship match.

It was the 49ers against the Packers for a place in the Super Bowl and it was San Francisco who ran out the 37-20 victors. They didn't concede a point in the first half going into half-time with a 27-0 lead. The third quarter was shared but even though the Packers won the final quarter 10-0, they couldn't get close to the 49ers.

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Betting on the Super Bowl

There are plenty of betting markets that you can try to get a winner on for the Super Bowl. It's not just a case of who is going to win the match but you can bet on everything from who will be named the MVP (Most Valuable Player), the scorer of the first touchdown, the point spread and the total points scored. The Kansas City Chiefs are the favourites to win this match with their quarterback Patrick Mahomes likely to be the deciding factor. He may only be 24 years of age but Mahomes has been in great form all season and one final push can earn him and his team mates Super Bowl rings. Here are some of the top odds available on this Super Bowl

  • Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl - 4/5
  • San Francisco 49ers to win the Super Bowl - 21/20
  • Patrick Mahomes to be named MVP - 1/1
  • Raheem Mostert to score the first touchdown - 7/1
  • Over 53.5 points to be scored in the match - 5/6
  • Damien Williams to score a touchdown in the match - 4/6

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