NFL Preseason is a Major Profit Center

Some Duck NFL Preseason, Calling It A Crap Shoot, But To Me It Is A Major Profit Center That Rewarded $25 Bettors With A $1,575 Score Last Year

NFL Preseason Returns With 2-0 Night That Is Highlighted By A 25-Unit Bet On A Team I’m Told Intends To Win

I Began The Preseason With A 10-Unit Win In Hall Of Fame Game And Have Three Outstanding Offers To Launch Your Season In High Gear


                It’s different strokes for different folks in the NFL preseason. Some bettors hate it because of the unknown and hidden factors added to an already complicated handicapping process. Others like it very much, and that includes me who has a lifetime record of winning this series of games that do not count. Last year, my preseason clients who bet $25 per unit showed a profit of $1,575 on my 15-7-1 record.

                It was nice to open with a winning 10-unit bet on the under (34) in the Hall of Fame game won by the Denver Broncos, 14-10, and I expect the winning to continue right through Week One of the exhibition. Play resumes Thursday night with 11 games and I intend to cash two tickets on the night—one at 25 units, the other at 10 units.

                While I have plenty of respect for data, tradition and how coaches have approached the preseason, winning in August has its roots in inside information supplied from a long list of football pundits and former players who are close to various teams. They know game plans, coaches’ intent, injuries, how long key players will perform, if they play. If you do not have these sources, the preseason is a crap shoot.

Over the years I have ran with some of the best coaches and players in the business, have their respect and confidence and can pick up the phone and call all of them to find out what is happening. That, my friend, has been the key to my success. And, by the way, that is why I opened with that winning under in the Hall of Fame Game.

Information is king right now and the ability to get it means winning edges.

Handicapping Notes For Week #1

                --Colts QB Andrew Luck will not play at Buffalo because of a calf injury. Jacoby Brissett, who started 15 games last season in place of the injured Luck, has taken all the first-team reps this preseason. Backing him will be Phillip Walker (2nd season, out of Michigan) with Chad Kelly, former Bronco backup, next in line.

                --The Miami Dolphins are the longest price to win the Super Bowl at 500-1 and it Is going to be interest to which of three quarterbacks perform well. The 1-2-3 rotation now is Ryan Fitzpatrick, second-year player Josh Rosen (obtained from Arizona Cardinals) and Jake Rudock, a second year man out of Michigan.

                --No Cam Newton (coming off shoulder surgery) for the Carolina Panthers who are at the Chicago Bears. The current QB depth chart for the Panthers is Kyle Allen (2nd year out of Houston), Taylor Heinicke (3rd year out of Old Dominion) and rookie Will Grier (3rd round draft choice from West Virginia). Superstar Panther linebacker Luke Kuechly is also expected to miss.

                --The Atlanta Falcons are 0-9 SU and 0-9 ATS in their last nine preseason games. They lost the Hall of Fame Game, 14-10, to the Denver Broncos. Atlanta is at Miami, the aforementioned 500-1 shot.

                --Former Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco will see his first action against Seattle.



(Current Odds To Win Super Bowl)

New York Jets (100-1) at New York Giants (100-1)

Indianapolis Colts (14-1) at Buffalo Bills (100-1)

New England Patriots (6-1) at Detroit Lions (100-1)

Washington Redskins (200-1) at Cleveland Browns (20-1)

Atlanta Falcons (40-1) at Miami Dolphins (500-1)

Tennessee Titans (200-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (14-1)

Jacksonville Jaguars (50-1) at Baltimore Ravens (40-1)

Houston Texans (40-1) at Green Bay Packers (16-1)

Carolina Panthers (40-1) at Chicago Bears (14-1)

Los Angeles Chargers (16-1) at Arizona Cardinals (100-1)

Denver Broncos (80-1) at Seattle Seahawks (30-1)



Tampa Bay Buccaneers (100-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers (20-1)

Minnesota Vikings (20-1) at New Orleans Saints (10-1)


SATURDAY’S NFL Preseason Schedule

Cincinnati Bengals (100-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (6-1)

Los Angeles Rams (10-1) at Oakland Raiders (60-1)

Dallas Cowboys (20-1) at San Francisco 49ers (40-1)


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