The National Football League preseason is here, and many people are eager to wager on games. So, we looked at the trends and created our 2021 NFL preseason sports betting guide.

Betting in the preseason is different from gambling in the regular season. There is little to no game planning. Also, winning is not the primary goal of the teams. Here’s one of our sports betting tutorials to help you prepare for the preseason.

2021 NFL Preseason Sports Betting

2021 NFL Preseason Sports Betting GuideThe first thing you need to do during the NFL preseason is to bet on the Ravens. But, of course, winning preseason games is not the goal, except for the Baltimore Ravens. According to sports betting software platform providers, the Ravens are 37-12 straight up during the preseason. The last time they lost a preseason game was September 3, 2015.

The trend would not change any time soon. Coach John Harbaugh is a great coach. Also, he admits wanting to win the preseason games. But he said that winning is better than losing.

It would be best if you also wagered on non-conference underdogs. There is unfamiliarity between players from different conferences. Also, preseason games usually have small spreads, except when the Ravens are involved.

Aside from John Harbaugh, there are other coaches that go all out during the preseason. John Gruden of the Raiders is 7-1 during the preseason. At present, he is on a six-game ATS streak. It would help if you also considered betting on Mike Zimmer and the Vikings. The coach covered the ATS during the preseason at 74 percent.

Betting on big over/under drops would earn you big profits. When games in which the total dropped two or more points, the under hits at a rate of 57.8 percent. However, when the total increase two or more points, the over is only 45.3 percent.

Those are the things you need to know about NFL preseason betting. Read our other gambling tutorials to improve your sports betting profits.

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