Would you like to have three NFL betting systems that have gone a combined 64-19 ATS (77.1%) during preseason games since 1980? Then read the specifics about this powerful handicapping data before embarking on any football betting at this time of the year.
If there’s a Point-Spread then there’s a Winner
Contrary to popular opinion there’s money to be made during the NFL preseason. One of the tools I use is my 4D handicapping software in order to develop proven betting systems that have survived the test of time. As I have stated on several occasions, you shouldn’t just limit yourself to one facet of sports handicapping when wagering your hard-earned money. However, I’ve taken the time to share some extremely profitable betting systems during the NFL preseason that can serve you well as a fundamental starting point. All of this information is originated from my 4D betting software (valued at $15,000), and only a handful of professional football prognosticators in the country currently possess this powerful sports handicapping tool.
Getting a False Sense of Security
Any NFL preseason away underdog of 3.5 or less, that’s coming off a straight up favorite loss by 10-points or more, versus an opponent coming off both a straight-up and against-the-spread win is 23-4 ATS (85.2%) since 1980.
This system goes right to the heart of what the majority of football-bettors shortcomings are. They see what happened the week before, and then overreact to what they’ve witnessed the following week. It’s just never that simple, and these ATS numbers are indicative of just that.
NFL Preseason Big Dogs are Profitable
Any NFL preseason away underdog of 7.0 or more, versus an opponent coming off a SU&ATS win in which they covered by 5.5 or more, has gone 19-9 ATS (67.9%) since 1980.
Sometimes we just have to lean on pure logic in certain handicapping situations. Remember, this article pertains solely to the NFL preseason; for regular season picks and predictions, check out SBR's NFL page. I’ve long contended that no team should be deserving of being a touchdown or more favorite during these meaningless games. Like with any sound handicapping logic, it’s not perfect, but the numbers support the fact it’s highly profitable.
Momentum Combined with Value
Any NFL preseason away underdog that’s coming off 2 consecutive wins, versus an opponent coming off a win by 10-points or more, has gone 22-6 ATS (78.5%) since 1994.
We’re talking about a team in this situation that’s playing inspired football for whatever reason. Maybe they have very good depth, possibly the head coach puts more emphasis on winning during the preseason. Whatever the reason, the team clearly has momentum following a couple of wins in a row, and they get the benefit of being an underdog, versus an opponent coming off an impressive win. This scenario has created pure winning value over the past 20 NFL preseasons.