NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Match Up Odds Previews for Thursday

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The NFL kicks off preseason action on Thursday August 2nd with a single game scheduled over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.

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The Hall of Fame Game is scheduled from Akron Ohio at 8PM Eastern Time on NBC TV as the Baltimore Ravens will battle the Chicago Bears. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Baltimore Ravens favored by -2 ½ points with the over under line set at 32 ½ points.

It was another disappointing season for the Baltimore Ravens finishing with a 9-7 record and missing the playoffs for the third straight season. A week seventeen 31-27 home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals was a huge blow because it kicked the Ravens out of the playoffs. It was a defensive meltdown late for Baltimore in defeat. Joe Flacco saw the passing game digress badly last year as the team threw for only 189 yards per game ranking 29th and second last in the NFL. Flacco completed 64.1% of his passes with 18 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. The running game has sputtered the past three seasons. After running for 3.9 yards per carry in 2015 the Ravens had back to back years of 4.0 yards per rush. Ravels in the draft dried to beef up their offense. Their first pick in the draft was Hayden Hurst a tight end out of South Carolina. Then they went quarterback in the draft by selecting Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. They selected offensive players with the first four picks in the draft.

Chicago concluded their fifth straight year with a record under .500 by going 5-11 in 2017. Chicago hired first year head coach Matt Nagy who was the former offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs. Mitchell Trubisky enters his second year in the NFL after going through a rookie campaign where he completed 59.4% of his passed for 2193 yards with seven touchdowns and seven picks. Offensive production has been lacking as the Bears averaged 17 points per game in 2016 and 16 points per game in 2017. Their third pick in the draft Anthony Miller was highly touted coming out of Memphis.

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