Sports Betting Information For NFL Preseason

By Mike Godsey

Here are news and notes from the standpoint of pointspread
investors. Information is from the private clipboard of the sports
handicappers and sports betting services.


Mike Godsey, the top professional football betting analyst
reports that the Redskins will have key players on the field longer than most
teams to in the preseason finale. Quarterback Jason Campbell, third year
player, but first year starter, will see his most extensive time of the
preseason. Oft-injured running back Clinton Portis is also expected to see his
first snaps of exhibition play.


Over/under bettors, note that the Cowboys do have a big
battle for the No. 3 QB position. Look
for Matt Moore and Richard Bartel to be given a
chance to air it out.


Chief’s starting quarterback Damon Huard
will not play at all as he’s nursing a sore calf. Veteran tackle Kyle Turley will play despite
missing practice Tuesday for personal reasons.


The Cardinals will play their starters on each side of the
ball for one or two series. Denver
backup signal caller Patrick Ramsey, an experienced starter, will get little or
no playing time. Preston Parsons and
Darrell Hackney will get most of the playing time at center. They have four completions combined this


Cy McCormick, who is on the “winners list” of most online
sportsbooks, reports that San Francisco’s starting units for each side of the ball
will play 12 snaps or the entire first quarter, whichever comes first.


starters will play two series at the most. J.P. Losman
will get the start at QB, Craig Nall
will also play a series or two than rookie Trent Edwards goes the rest of the
way. Cornerback Terrence McGee is out and wise receiver Lee Evens is very
unlikely to play.

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