NFL preseason odds actually begin with the Hall of Fame game on Sunday, August 9th as the Tennessee Titans face the Buffalo Bills at Canton, Ohio in a game televised on NBC.
NFL preseason week 1 odds kick off on Thursday, August 13th with four games on the schedule. The highlight will be the Super Bowl rematch between the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers televised on ESPN. Many handicappers will be looking at the Cardinals in NFL preseason week 1 odds since they will be playing with revenge in a sense. It really doesn’t mean anything though so the revenge angle will probably be downplayed in this NFL preseason week 1 odds matchup. Also on Thursday it will be New England at Philadelphia in Tom Brady’s first game back since getting injured last year. Sports betting information also shows two other games on Thursday in NFL preseason odds at the sportsbook it is Washington at Baltimore and Dallas at Oakland.
There are four more games in NFL preseason odds for Friday as St. Louis plays at the New York Jets, Minnesota is at Indianapolis, Cincinnati is at New Orleans and Denver at San Francisco. NFL preseason week 1 odds are likely to favor the Jets and new quarterback Mark Sanchez as they host the Rams, the Saints as they host the Bengals while the NFL preseason odds at the sportsbook on the Vikings and Colts should be close as will the NFL preseason week 1 odds on the game between Denver and San Francisco.
The busiest day in NFL preseason week 1 odds will be Saturday, August 15th as there are six games on the sportsbook board. Detroit will try and get their first win since last year’s preseason as they host the Atlanta Falcons in NFL preseason week 1 odds. Sports betting information shows that Chicago unveils new quarterback Jay Cutler as they visit the Buffalo Bills and Terrell Owens in NFL preseason week 1 odds. Cleveland is at Green Bay, Houston is at Kansas City, Tampa Bay is at Tennessee and Seattle is at San Diego in NFL preseason week 1 odds on Saturday.
Monday’s two games in NFL preseason week 1 odds have Miami hosting Jacksonville and Carolina visiting the New York Giants in a game televised on ESPN.