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Jim Feist's 2009 Football Workbook arrived last week, and I have been poring over it ever since. I was particularly interested to see how teams fared from an over-under perspective in 2008.

Ah, over-unders. Some call them totals. Many bettors ignore them. That's a mistake, but that's a blog for another time.

For now, here's a rundown of the O/U records for all 32 teams from a season ago (including playoffs). The record refers to the over. The best 'over' and 'under' teams are bolded: 

Arizona: 14-6
Atlanta 8-9
Baltimore: 10-9
Buffalo: 8-7-1
Carolina: 8-8-1
Chicago: 7-8-1
Cincinnati: 5-10-1
Cleveland: 6-9-1
Dallas: 9-7
Denver: 8-8
Detroit: 10-5-1
Green Bay: 9-7
Houston: 10-6
Indianapolis: 8-9
Jacksonville: 6-9-1
Kansas City: 8-8
Miami: 6-11
Minnesota: 9-8
New England: 8-8
New Orleans: 10-6
N.Y. Giants: 8-9
N.Y. Jets: 8-7-1
Oakland: 6-9-1
Philadelphia: 9-10
Pittsburgh: 11-8
St. Louis: 8-8
San Diego: 9-8-1
San Francisco: 8-8
Seattle: 8-8
Tampa Bay: 8-8
Tennessee: 7-9-1
Washington: 3-12-1

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