|Written by Michelle Allan|
NFL Football preseason action will begin on August 9 and it is never to early to prepare for the action with NFL betting angles that may lead to August profits. NFL Football fans often get burned bad in the NFL betting preseason as they tend to wager as if the games were based on the regular season variables, which is not the case.
The angles begin with the first full weekend of preseason NFL Football on August 13 when the Arizona Cardinals travel to Pittsburgh to meet the Steelers in a NFL betting rematch of the Super Bowl. The big question for this matchup is whether or not the Cardinals will have the revenge motivation that would give them a motivational edge normally not associated with preseason NFL Football.
Also on August 13 there is a preseason NFL Football matchup of two of the most storied, popular, and high profile teams in the league as the Oakland Raiders host the Dallas Cowboys. Oakland may want to get off to a good start for Tom Cable, who had the interim tag removed from his head coaching title. Meanwhile the Cowboys will be under intense pressure right from the start of the NFL Football season after their end of season debacle of last year.
The Denver Broncos had far and away the most volatile NFL Football offseason. Their drama began with the firing of long time coach and dictator Mike Shanahan after they missed the playoffs on the final night of the regular season. Shanahan was replaced by 32 year old Josh McDaniels, who’s NFL Football resume was highlighted by being the offensive coordinator of the New England Patriots.
McDaniel wasted no time in totally aggravating quarterback Jay Cutler who was later dealt to the Chicago Bears. The Broncos now are down to Kyle Orton or Chris Simms as quarterbacks for the upcoming NFL Football season, which is a significant downgrade from Cutler. The Denver drama begins in earnest on August 14 as they meet the up and coming San Francisco 49ers who will be highly motivated with coach Mike Singletary, who will run his first training camp.