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Preseason NFL Games

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by QuoVadimus, Aug 6, 2014.

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  1. QuoVadimus

    QuoVadimus Low-Roller

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    I know it's just the preseason, but are there any places doing anything? Specifically interested in the Seahawks/Broncos game tomorrow at 6pm.
    Thanks!
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I have never seen any parties or events at any Strip sportsbooks for preseason. You probably need to check bars off strip and/or look up the local booster club of the teams
     
  3. Top Dog

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    You will be able to watch it and bet on it...isn't that already more than it deserves? Seriously though, I doubt there would be anything more than just having it on one of the screens in the book.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    They definitely show the preseason games and there are plenty of wagers on it. I knew I had reached the stage of "problem gambler" when I started making some preseason bets four years ago, lol
     
  5. RockyBalboa

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    Sadly I have had action on PS games too.

    Its like "ohmygod football is finally here gotta bet it" and then I regret it by the second quarter.
     
  6. chonglosaxon

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    Bet unders, they typically are good in PS games. I used to make a bunch off this angle before they really started adjusting O/U lines in the early 90. Good luck
     
  7. chitownjohn

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    Good call on the under , based on the early action 8 games under and 4 over. Not enough evidence to jump into the deep end of the pool but it might be a good strategy for beer money.

    Indianapolis Colts (0-1) 10
    New York Jets (1-0) 13 under

    San Francisco 49ers (0-1) 3
    Baltimore Ravens (1-0) 23 under

    New England Patriots (0-1) 6
    Washington Redskins (1-0) 23 under

    Cincinnati Bengals (0-1) 39
    Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) 41 over

    Seattle Seahawks (0-1) 16
    Denver Broncos (1-0) 21 under/push?

    Dallas Cowboys (0-1) 7
    San Diego Chargers (1-0) 27 under

    Miami Dolphins (0-1) 10
    Atlanta Falcons (1-0) 16 under

    Buffalo Bills (1-1) 20
    Carolina Panthers (0-1) 18 over?

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1) 10
    Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0) 16 under

    Philadelphia Eagles (0-1) 28
    Chicago Bears (1-0) 34 over

    Oakland Raiders (0-1) 6
    Minnesota Vikings (1-0) 10 under

    New Orleans Saints (1-0) 26
    St. Louis Rams (0-1) 24 over
     
  8. Hershey

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    Agreed. Dogs & Unders is the way to bet NFL Preseason. Betting those blindly probably won't make you rich, but you should be able to at least tread water, until the real games FINALLY get here. :headbang:
     
  9. Chuck2009x

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    It's kind of nuts to pick a money line winner in pre-season.

    The Pats new backup quarterback threw a 62 yard TD bomb that the refs ruled incomplete on a challengeable play; but interference was also called at the five. Belichick took the penalty instead of challenging the call, cause he wanted to see the QB work from the five.
     
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