Preseason football has begun which means the NFL regular season isn’t too far behind. September 6 is this year’s starting date when the defending Super Bowl champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, host the Atlanta Falcons.

The Action Network, which is part of ESPN, listed the over/under win totals for all the NFL teams according to the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas. The highest projected win total belongs to the New England Patriots at 11, while the lowest is the Cleveland Browns at 5.5.

Here are predictions on five of the teams as to whether they will go over or under their projected win totals.

Three teams predicted to go over

  • Kansas City Chiefs, 8.5 wins

The Chiefs went 10-6 last season and have averaged 10.6 wins over the last five years.

Gone from those teams is quarterback Alex Smith who was traded to the Redskins. Taking over will be Patrick Mahomes, the tenth overall selection in the 2017 draft. Mahomes helped lead Kansas City to a 27-24 victory over the Broncos in the last week of the 2017 season.

Mahomes has a plethora of offensive weapons to utilize with running back Kareem Hunt, wide receiver Tyreek Hill, and tight end Travis Kelce. The team also broke the bank to bring in wide receiver Sammy Watkins.

The Chiefs allowed 332 points in 2017 which was their most in the last five seasons.

Coming back is their defensive leader, safety Eric Berry. Berry ruptured his Achilles in the season opener forcing him to miss the rest of the year.

They also added depth on the defensive side as five of their six draft picks were defensive players.

Andy Reid has finished with a winning record in 14 of his 19 years as a head coach.

Expect him to improve that to 15 times in 20 seasons.

  • New Orleans Saints, 8.5 wins

After three straight 7-9 finishes, the Saints went 11-5 last season and were mere seconds away from advancing to the NFC Championship Game. After allowing an average of about 451 points a year from 2014-16, that number dipped all the way down to 326 in 2017.

Without losing any notable pieces on the defense, New Orleans added linebacker Demario Davis, cornerback Patrick Robinson, and safety Kurt Coleman in the offseason via free agency. They also traded up in the draft to take defensive end Marcus Davenport in the first round.

They relied on rookies maybe more so than any other team in 2017 and featured both the Offensive Rookie of the Year (Alvin Kamara) and the Defensive Rookie of the Year (Marshon Lattimore). Another year under their belts and their young stars should show even more improvement.

With quarterback Drew Brees continuing to show no signs of slowing down at 39 years old, the Saints should reach a double-digit win total.

  • Tennessee Titans, eight wins

Despite making the playoffs last season for the first time in nine years, head coach Mike Mularkey was fired.

Enter Mike Vrabel as his replacement after he spent last season as the Texans’ defensive coordinator.

The team went 9-7 in 2017 despite not seeing any expected improvement from quarterback Marcus Mariota. After throwing for 26 touchdowns and just nine interceptions in 2016, those numbers were a much worse 13 and 15 respectively last season.

Their pass defense had their struggles in 2017, but Tennessee made a huge splash in free agency by signing former Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler. Last year’s starters at cornerback, Adoree Jackson, and Logan Ryan did not have a single interception amongst them.

For the third straight year, the Titans should finish with a winning record.

Two teams predicted to go under projected win total

  • Indianapolis Colts, eight wins

The Colts went an ugly 4-12 last season, and they were not a very competitive team. There is hope though as former first overall pick Andrew Luck returns under center after missing all of last season with a shoulder injury.

Still, for a team that allowed 404 points last season (third-most in NFL), they did very little in free agency to make improvements. Defensive end Denico Autry is far from a high-profile signing. While they drafted three players on the defensive side in the second round, there may be early growing pains.

With Luck back under center, an improvement of a win or two is likely (if he remains healthy).

The Colts seem to be on the bottom in regards to talent though in the AFC South behind the Jaguars, Texans, and Titans.

  • New York Jets, six wins

Each of the last two seasons has seen the Jets finish with a 5-11 record. While fans certainly have reason to believe for the future after drafting quarterback Sam Darnold third overall, the team will still likely encounter struggles this year.

Whether Darnold starts Week 1 remains to be seen as the team also employs Josh McCown (started 13 games for the Jets last season) and former Pro Bowler Teddy Bridgewater.

Whoever is throwing the ball won’t have the greatest set of offensive talent surrounding them. Robby Anderson had his moments last season, but he could begin the season suspended according to CBS Sports.

Quincy Enunwa missed all of 2017 and Terrelle Pryor Sr. is coming off a miserable year with the Redskins. Their top tight end on the depth chart is Eric Tomlinson who has caught just eight passes in 21 games in his career.

While the defense could be at least average, a lack of stars on offense seems to make the Jets about a five-win team once again.