..

Betting The Preseason, You Can Still Have Fun and Even Earn Some Serious Cash

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Aug/22/2017

So the preseason is in full swing. Its finally here, the NFL is back. You know this is what you’ve waited for all year long.

The off-season is always long and brutal but wait no more. Preseason is practice and every seasoned gambler know this. No secret here; it is what it is. You can still have fun and even earn some serious cash along the way. In preseason teams are warming up, they are simply practicing. Don’t ever forget, they are still proud players and proud teams. They don’t want to lose. Remember Herman Edwards? “you play to win the game, that’s the great thing about sports. Hello; you play to win the game”. Even in preseason; you play to win the game. Not one NFL team want to lose or enters a game thinking they will lose. Whether it preseason, regular season, the playoffs, or the Super Bowl. NFL teams play to win. Don’t ever forget this.

Have a budget— Get Up to $1250 FREE to bet on NFL Preseason Football

Every player needs a solid NFL budget that works. A smart player sets a budget for himself. You must absolutely know how much money you can spend every week before clunking down the hard earned change.

Example:

You want a new flat screen TV. That old crappy TV just isn’t cutting it anymore. You make a salary of $5,000 per month. Now you haven’t saved one shiny penny for that new TV, but its football season and you simply don’t care; you’re going to get that new TV and nobody is going to stop you. Its payday and you hit your favorite stores in search of a bargain. A slick salesman sells you on a 72-inch smart TV that you absolutely can’t leave the store without. It stung you for $2,200! You couldn’t afford it, now you can’t pay the electric bill and now you are eating Top Ramen.

The same principle applies to betting the NFL. Have a budget, and don’t go over it under any circumstance. Let yourself have some fun this preseason. Stick to your guns, do not spend more than 10% of your entire budget on the preseason.

Find a top notch sportsbook that will not screw with your money. When you win you want paid, and you don’t want it to take weeks on end. Who needs that hassle? Not all books are created equal. Find one that works for you and meets your needs. Find one that offers great bonuses, without strapping you with enormous roll overs. Find one that actually offers free stuff! They are out there, they do exist.

Get some good advice this year. Stop making the sportsbooks rich. It’s time for you to get rich. After all, this is why you play the game. “you play to win” …. (Remember Herman?) Don’t be too proud to ask for a pick or two; even spend a little on a pick. They never cost much and these picks pay off. Let’s face it, if you were picking 75% and up every week; you would be a head coach in the NFL, you are that good! Come on, every player knows that going even 55% is pretty darn good.

$5000 Last Man Stand Contest  -  Picking the Right Sportsbook for Football

Don’t get crazy with parlays and most definitely don’t get crazy with live betting. Do not chase a bad bet with a parlay. Dust yourself off, refresh your mind and do it again. Most of all have fun. Use the preseason as practice for you. Learn the teams, find out who you really want to bet when it counts. Good luck.

Football News News

 Ballon D’Or Dream Team Announced by France Football

Ballon D’Or Dream Team Announced by France Football

Specialized soccer magazine and website France Football made a big announcement recently, the Ballon D’Or Dream Team, a historical starting eleven chosen by the votes of 140 different sports journalists from around the world. 

Washington Football Team Getting Rid of Its Cheerleading Squad After 50 Years

Washington Football Team Getting Rid of Its Cheerleading Squad After 50 Years

Washington will not have cheerleaders for the first time since the NFL’s longest-running cheerleading team was founded in 1962, with a coed dance team taking its place.

Cardinals Agree to Terms With JJ Watt

Cardinals Agree to Terms With JJ Watt

The team announced the deal with the free-agent edge rusher on Monday. Watt was released last month by the Houston Texans, for whom he won three NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards.

Russell Wilson Latest Trade Odds for 31 Teams

Russell Wilson Latest Trade Odds for 31 Teams

The Raiders were the favorites when odds for Russell Wilson's next team were released on February 9, and they remain the favorites on the latest wagering board.

Betting on a Quarterback’s Next Team

Betting on a Quarterback’s Next Team

The starting quarterback carousel still has a long way to go this postseason. Matthew Stafford, Jared Goff, and Carson Wentz have all changed teams, but the sports betting world is keeping an eye on even bigger names out there.

Syndicate