After Week 1’s NFL preseason odds, gamblers will have new information with which to evaluate the NFL preseason Week 2 odds, yet you must be careful about how much you determine from Week 1, as teams can change dramatically throughout the course of the preseason. Some of the most exciting NFL preseason Week 2 odds involve games with both of last year’s Super Bowl contenders and a unique game of NFL preseason Week 2 odds that will be played in Toronto.
NFL preseason Week 2 odds may be highlighted by the match up between the Patriots and Bucs. Both of these teams reached the playoffs last year and will be highly respected in NFL preseason odds. Also, both teams have a fairly deep talent pool, meaning that even their second teams will provide top quality action to spice up the NFL preseason Week 2 odds. Much of the betting on this NFL preseason Week 2 odds match up will likely back the Patriots, but you definitely should not count out Jon Gruden and the Bucs.
Another interesting game that will be on the NFL preseason Week 2 odds board is the match up between the Browns and Giants. Both of these teams impressed the league last year by far surpassing any expectations, meaning expectations are now high for these teams in 2008--and this optimism will likely be reflected in the NFL preseason odds. Even though the Giants are likely the better team, meaning they may look appealing in the NFL preseason Week 2 odds, the Browns are younger and may be exerting more effort during the preseason, so Cleveland may provide value in this game’s NFL preseason Week 2 odds.
One particularly appealing game that will offer interesting NFL preseason Week 2 odds is the match up between the Steelers and Bills. This game is unique because it will actually be played in Toronto, where some say the Bills may eventually relocate. Consequently, the Bills may be playing relatively hard in this game, which is a factor that should be considered as you handicap the NFL preseason Week 2 odds. Also, the Bills are a young, improving team who would enjoy beating an established franchise such as Pittsburgh, even in the preseason. Nevertheless, the Steelers certainly have the skill and experience to overpower the Bills if Coach Mike Tomlin feels it would benefit his team.