We are two weeks into the NFL Preseason and the landscape of the current NFL regular season is slowly coming into view.
We’re pretty sure that even after the few amount of games played you have looked at the end result of the games (and the bets you placed) and thought ‘wow, that didn’t go the way I had planned’….and so goes when betting the NFL.
That is what makes the NFL preseason so dynamic, but this is why betting against the ‘norm’ will put money in your pocket, not take money out of it.
Some of the observations we have made after two preseason weeks in the NFL:
First team offense playing against second team defense
There have been a few games where the first string offense comes out after the second team defense has reached the field. Advantage? Offense, naturally. Hints have been given to this strategy in the reports from local papers. If you are skilled enough to find this information (it isn’t as hard as you think) you might have an advantage.
First team defense playing against second team offense
Ditto. See above. Coaches and players talk about these things more loosely in the preseason and anyone who catches wind of that information would be considered to have some valuable if you were going to bet the NFL preseason.
Starting quarterback playing only one series
See: Brett Favre. There was a tremendous amount of hype surrounding Favre’s return to the field. This drove tons of money to the Vikings. When we see that type of swing in betting we always look the other way, if we felt like we have an advantage knowing that Favre probably wouldn’t play much. Let’s face it, he’s been in camp one week-if that. Did you really expect him to play a full quarter, much less a full half?
The rain has had an impact already. The Browns Rams match up went under 37 , but barely. All reports from this game spoke of the Browns offensive game plan airing it out with the first and second team QB’s. The Rams game plan was to get Bradford more attempts to go down the field and showcase his arm. While the game started out with a good amount of points, the weather changed those strategies or at least it slowed it down.
So what should you be looking at for NFL preseason week 3 bets?
Start looking at games and lines that don’t look quite right to you. Go and read the local reports for both teams and try and discover what their game plans might look like. They might speak about their intentions as the week goes on. If you can hold out until the broadcast starts, and the bet deadline hasn’t been met, the broadcasters will shed insight into what those game plans are. Some teams will run with the starters for an entire half. Some teams will play their first teamers for the first series of the third quarter.
What coaches want to win at all costs, preseason or not? Think Belichick.
Is the second team for Team A stronger than the second team for Team B? Start looking into who these players are and what the coach has in store for those teams in week 3. NFL preseason betting is easier to handicap once you equip yourself with knowledge you can acquire with minimal research.
We have an opinion. It’s a strong opinion. We told you that this year was going to be one of our strongest–and to start off the year we are 3-0.
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The following is a study on Frank Belanger’s claims that you need only learn one sports betting system to have a winning strategy. In this update, we will include the pros and cons of Frank Belanger’s strategies for winning a bet. I mean lets face it, a bold declaration that you will never experience a loss during a betting game is something I would like to see a little bit of proof with.
is now more widely known as a book author, but his early career was spent gambling and betting sports. We should all be so lucky. Specifically, Frank Belanger specializes in professional and is well regarded for his consistent winnings–something most people don’t experience in a sports betting lifetime. He put in years of trial and error, testing hypotheses after hypotheses. He won, lost, and won again, all the while continuing to refine simple strategies that always seem to work. Frank Belanger has now consolidated the research he performed in his career and transformed that winning prowess into a book called the .
With the , it is said that you can now give up on collecting and struggling on how to make sense of whatever data one can find to predict future winners. The reader will also have the ability to bet without any sports handicapping skills but still achieve instant winnings. If you have read this book, you would also understand how it is virtually impossible to lose a betting game according to Frank Belanger.
Of course, if you want to talk such big and expensive talk, you’d better be sure to walk the big and expensive walk- which is exactly what the author did. Prior to the Bookie Buster book release, Frank Belanger had already made $100,000 in 2 years simply based on the theories contained in the Bookie Buster. Now take a moment to think about how much simpler your life would be if you could make $100,000 in the next 48 months betting sports without slugging out long hours at the office.
However, as with any form of commitment, pros and cons come along as well. The is 160 pages long, but the good thing is that each page is an easy read accompanied with easy to understand formulas. For the newbies and the curious minded, there is also a comprehensive but simple introduction to the world of sports betting. The chapters will change slightly when the updates are released, some are added, some are discarded, but the sports betting systems stay the same.
After that, Frank Belanger spends no time and dives straight into the formulas and other various staking plans you should learn based on the different sports and risk levels a gambler is willing to take. As he is a professional sports betting guru, Frank Belanger is also able to explain to you how you can use his strategies in not only one but twenty five separate sports betting systems. Do take note that Frank Belanger’s strongest point though is baseball gambling.
As you read the book you will also come to realize that the provides a flexible sort of betting criteria for the reader. There are guides on how you can win the game if you are a high risk taker with short term wants. But there are also tips on how you can make a profit if you want minimum risk but in long term returns.
In case you get confounded about the formulas and theories given, Frank Belanger also includes real life examples on how he had used certain tactics during a bet as well. And now, we get to the cons of this Review- which is that while the winning probability of the Bookie Buster is high, it is highly important to note that it is not exactly 100% proof against losing some money in the short term. You win overall, but it won’t be at a rate of 100%. It is also imperative to remember that this is not a get-rich-quick book, it is a book that requires hard work, patience and dedication from the reader for you have to master the book before you can actually start winning in sports betting.
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We get countless emails from people all over the world looking for an edge in their strategy. The majority of those sports betting systems center around the NFL. It is a popular sport and it generates hundreds of millions of betting dollars each season.
There are a number of simple variables we look for when compiling our and we will let you in on what those variables are here.
First–we look long and hard at every home underdog. We measure the relative strength of the starters on both sides of the ball for the home underdog and the one-on-one match-ups between offense and defense. We factor in the home fan support as well.
The lines are set at the very beginning of the week. It is impossible to predict what the weather conditions will be the following Sunday or Monday. As the reports come in, we make early decisions when we suspect rain will become a factor in an NFL game. A wet ball is much more difficult to play with than strong wind. Anyone who watched last nights preseason game in Miami would tell you–rain is an equalizer. It effects totals (more unders) in a big way.
Traveling from the West Coast to the East Coast
This is one of our favorite variables. No should exclude this factor. West Coast teams that have to travel to the East Coast and play the 1:00 p.m. game have a much harder time covering the spread, historically. Think about it….that team just traveled 5 hours across the country and are now expected to play a game that is really being played at 10:00 a.m. (according to the traveling teams body clock). That East Coast team, no matter how bad, has an advantage.
This is just a start–we have hundreds of sports betting systems that we work into our strategy. These three are tried and true and will help you if you cannot find a starting point in your sports betting strategy.
, especially NFL systems, are essential if you are going to win money betting sports. Start out by doing some additional research yourself on the sports betting systems listed above. Then, combine those systems with additional betting systems that others have already created. Compare and contrast your research. Continue to retest those betting systems until you have found one that you know will give you the biggest advantage. Rinse and repeat.
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We never used to bet preseason NFL games. We wouldn’t even bother checking the lines. We would work feverishly at constructing regular season NFL betting systems up until the hour before the regular season kickoff.
Then, a funny thing occurred while applying the research we were conducting for the regular season lines to the preseason. The statistics were overwhelmingly in our favor (in the preseason) for some NFL betting systems we had originally discovered for the regular season. Strange, I know.
We went back and tested the sports betting systems for 20 years of NFL preseason games and the patterns we were seeing in early line setting was consistent with data we could manipulate in our favor. Thus, our NFL preseason betting system was born.
There are certain factors that we always consider when betting preseason NFL games. They are:
Home Field Advantage
Turf Teams vs. Grass Teams
Last Year’s Hype
Strength Of Reserves
Weather (Rain) Where Applicable
This is a short list, but there are quite a bit of conclusions to draw from each of those categories. We could write full chapters on each variable, but that would bore even the most astute statistician in the room. The bottom line on all of that is when searching for value in your number the aforementioned list should never be overlooked.
The first NFL preseason game in 2010 is Dallas vs. Cincinnati. An interesting matchup, even if only interesting for one quarter. T.O. and Ochocinco on the field together. T.O.’s tumultuous past with the Cowboys. Boy are the Bengals in for a surprise this season. Terrell Owens simply cannot help himself. I mean he is already bragging that he is the sole reason attendance has exploded at the Bengals training camp. Poor Carson Palmer. Hey, it looks good on paper.
This is a no play for us since it is being played on a neutral field. Had this game been played in Dallas and the line stayed the same, we may have looked for some teaser options with some of the other (yet to be released) lines for NFL preseason week one betting.
There may be value in that line, but with just one game on the card we will wait patiently for the rest of the numbers to post. If you bet during the NFL preseason, try and get in on the action early. There will be plenty of soft lines that you will easily catch before the ‘airmoves’ take place. Consider the strength of the reserves–they play the majority of the game in week one.
We favor point spread betting to totals when betting NFL preseason games, unless rain will be a factor. It is harder to find value in the totals for the early preseason games because the first team plays infrequently.
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