NFL Pro Football Preseason Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Friday

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The NFL preseason schedule for Week 1 continues Friday August 10th with two games over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The action begins at 7:30PM Eastern Time on NFL Network as the New York Jets are home to the Atlanta Falcons. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side New York Jets favored by -3 ½ points with the total set at 34 ½ points. There is a heated battle for the starting quarterback for the New York Jets in training camp. First round draft pick Sam Darnold has been impressive picking up the playbook and executing in practice. Josh McCown was the starter last season helping lead the Jets to five wins when most pundits had the team winning two games or less. Teddy Bridgewater is trying to revive his career after missing two seasons with a knee injury in his time with the Minnesota Vikings. Those covering the team expect Bridgewater to be moved in a trade late in the preseason. Atlanta will be an exciting offensive team. One draft pick can make a difference to improve an offense that posted 22 points per game. Former Alabama wide receiver Calvin Ridley was acquired in the first round of the draft and is slated to line opposite of Julio Jones. This gives the Falcons and quarterback Matt Ryan a solid 1-2 combo out wide.

The late night game gets underway at 10:30PM Eastern Time on NFL Network as the Oakland Raiders will host the Detroit Lions. Oakland is favored by -3 points with the over under line of 36 points. John Gruden returns to the sidelines for the Raiders. Work is needed on a defense that has struggled in pass defense the past three seasons. Offensively they scored six fewer points per game than in the playoff season in 2016. Matt Patricia is the new head coach of the Detroit Lions coming over from his defensive coordinator job with the Patriots. Lions come off to back to back 9-7 regular seasons. This team has run the ball poorly in recent seasons forcing Matthew Stafford to carry the team. Lions hope to improve their run game as they added Kerryon Johnson a running back from Auburn with their second pick in the draft.

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