|Written by Jerry Santiago|
NFL football preseason preparation has already begun and handicappers and gamblers eagerly await the beginning of another pro football sports betting campaign. NFL football is right around the corner with the preseason opener on August 9 between the Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans in a sports betting matchup from Canton, Ohio.
On Thursday, August 13 the NFL football preseason gets into full swing as all teams will have exhibition sports betting matchups throughout the weekend which ends with the first Monday Night telecast on ESPN August 17 as the New York Giants host the Carolina Panthers in a possible NFL betting preview of the NFC Championship!
August 13 features a NFL football Super Bowl rematch from last February as the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Arizona Cardinals for an ESPN telecast.
On Friday, August 21 the Dallas Cowboys will open what is known as the finest stadium in NFL football with a preseason game against the number one seed in the AFC last year in the Tennessee Titans. This game will be telecast by Fox as the Cowboys will figure to want to show well as they play their first ever NFL football game at the still unnamed venue.
On Monday, August 24 the New York Jets will meet the Baltimore Ravens in another Monday Night NFL football exhibition telecast on ESPN. The significance of this game is that rookie Jets head coach Rex Ryan will return for the first time to face the team that he led as one of the top defensive coordinators in all of NFL football.
Sunday, August 30 will offer some genuine preseason hate in an intriguing matchup from Denver as the Broncos host the Chicago Bears. These two teams swapped quarterbacks during the NFL football off season as Bears signal caller Jay Cutler will return to take on his old team after leaving in a bitter separation as he clashed with Bronco head coach Josh McDaniels.
The preseason will end with games on Thursday, September 3 and Friday, September 4. The final week of preseason can be sloppy and filled with second and third line players trying to win jobs.
Bet on the MLBGamblers might feel compelled to place their baseball bets on San Francisco. Rival evaluators who scouted the Giants’ offensive work during spring training all left thinking the same thing; pitchers from opposing teams will have to dig deep. Similar to the Kansas City Royals of the previous two years, the Giants are not known for striking out too often.