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NFL 2017 Preseason Betting Options This Thursday

Your Online NFL Preseason Betting Options This Thursday

Posted by: Anthony Yaylor

Football is set to make its return in the coming month and there’s no better way for fans to get pumped up about this upcoming season than some online NFL preseason betting.

Online NFL preseason betting is some of the toughest wagering action offered by football betting sportsbooks. The reason being that the preseason is the time for the team’s newest additions to strut their stuff, and since no one really knows how they’ll perform: it’s even tougher to predict the outcome of a game.

Nevertheless, the preseason gives players who bet on NFL the perfect opportunity to dust off some cobwebs and get prepared to make the best of the 2017 season. It lets fans see how the team’s starters are performing, at least for a brief while, before demonstrating the franchise’s young up-and-comers.

So, now that we’re all excited to partake in some online NFL preseason betting, let’s look at what this week has in store for us.

Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Marlins – Thursday, August 10th

When: 7:00 pm ET

Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

TV: NFL Network

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Atlanta Falcons -1 (-115)      36 (-110)

Miami Marlins +1 (-105)       36 (-110)

The reigning NFC champions will take any opportunity they can to show that they have gotten over last year’s embarrassing Super Bowl defeat. Meanwhile, Miami will try to prove that Jay Cutler can still throw the pigskin well.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Buffalo Bills – Thursday, August 10th

When: 7:00 pm ET

Where: Ralph Wilson Stadium, New York

TV: Local Broadcasts

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Minnesota Vikings    -2 (-110)          36 ½ (-110)

Buffalo Bills +2 (-110)           36 ½ (-110)

This game is extremely interesting if you’re a Minnesota fan. Sam Bradford was brought in in 2016 to take over for an injured Terry Bridgewater. Now that Bridgewater is back to speed, it’ll be interesting to see who the Vikings decide to stick with.

Washington Redskins vs. Baltimore Ravens – Thursday, August 10th

When: 7:30 pm ET

Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore

TV: Local Broadcasts

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Washington Redskins +1 (-110)       37 ½ (-105)

Baltimore Ravens -1 (-110)   37 ½ (-115)

Oh look, Washington is still using a racist misnomer as its team name.

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. New England Patriots – Thurs., August 10th

When: 7:30 pm ET

Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough

TV: Local Broadcasts

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Jacksonville Jaguars +3 (+105)        40 ½ (-105)

New England Patriots -3 (-125)        40 ½ (-115)

Yet another opportunity for the Patriots to show off their dominance against a team that fails to measure up.

Denver Broncos vs. Chicago Bears – Thursday, August 10th

When: 8:00 pm ET

Where: Soldier Field, Chicago

TV: Local Broadcasts

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Denver Broncos -1 (-115)      35½ (-110)

Chicago Bears +1 (-105)       35½ (-110)

This is a game worth tuning in for. The Broncos won the Super Bowl two years ago and they’ll certainly be contenders this upcoming season – as long as they can mount some sort of offense. This game will help answer that question.

New Orleans Saints vs. Cleveland Browns – Thursday, August 10th

When: 8:00 pm ET

Where: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland

TV: Local Broadcasts

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

New Orleans Saints PK (-110)          38 ½ (-105)

Cleveland Browns PK (-110)            38 ½ (-115)

Not much to say about this one. The Browns will be looking to gain some sort of hype for this upcoming season. From New Orleans, fans can expect a crisp aerial assault accompanied with some horrible defense.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers – Thursday, August 10th

When: 8:00 pm ET

Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay

TV: Local Broadcasts

Stream: NFL Game Pass

Online NFL Betting Odds:

Philadelphia Eagles +3 (-101)           38 ½ (-105)

Green Bay Packers -3 (-119)            38 ½ (-115)

Aaron Rodgers and company host the Eagles, led by former Packer quarterback Doug Pederson. The Packers will be looking to show off nearly acquired cornerback Kevin King and the Eagles will want to show how they’re faring now that they have more experience.

 

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