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Become the Player that Sportsbooks Love to Hate

With preseason football underway, NFL bettors are coming out of the

woodwork looking for those magic NFL angles and trends that will give them

a profitable start to the season.

 

These bettors have probably done a few google searches in their quest for

this coveted information. They have discovered that some coaches like to

win while others don’t seem to care.

 

Some Coaches Like to Win NFLX Games

 

They have likely read that Pete Carroll is 33-16 against the spread in the

pre season. They have also read that John Harbaugh is 13-0 the last 3 years

in preseason and Mike Zimmer is another coach that likes to win NFLX games.

 

No doubt if they’ve uncovered all of that info, they also read that Jason

Garrett doesn’t seem to care about preseason at all!

 

Be Careful with ATS Trends

 

Bettors need to be careful with this type of a trend. Sure, if when Pete

Carroll was 0-0 you knew he was going to be 33-16 against the number, you

could have cleaned up. But what about the bettors who keyed in on that

angle last season?

 

Carroll was 32-13 ATS heading into the 2018 NFL preseason. He proceeded to

go 0-4 straight up and 1-3 against the spread. Very un-Carroll-like

wouldn’t you say? Would have burned a hole in your pocket.

 

The point is, while it’s helpful to know that some coaches care more than

others about the preseason in the NFL, blindly betting based on that

information alone could be hazardous to your wallet.

Learn to Bet Like a Pro

 

Those trends are common information. Literally everyone knows about it.

Oddsmakers will make you pay a premium to play those teams and coaches.

 

To really be successful you need to think outside the box. Most bettors are

lazy. Don’t be. Do a little work so that you can have information that far

fewer bettors have.

 

Get yourself a spreadsheet. Start tracking how these teams and coaches do

in the 1st quarter. See how they do in the 1st half. Keep track of how they

do in the 2nd half.

 

This holds true for all sports. We just happen to be discussing the NFL

preseason in this article.

 

I’ll tell you this. You will be amazed at what that simple record keeping

exercise mentioned above can uncover. You won’t be the only one with that

information. However, you’ll be in a much smaller group.

 

The group you’ll be in, will be a much more respected group than the group

that blindly bets an NFL preseason game because the coach is 33-16 against

the spread. That’s how you begin to make the transition from being labeled

“the general public” to “sharp player”.

 

Spreadsheets are Your Friend

 

Spreadsheets are a bettors best friend. Sharp players have spreadsheets

for literally everything from managing their money to making a 2nd half

line.

 

Pros don’t make wagers because they have a hunch. They do so because they

know a given line is just plain wrong.

 

Predictive modeling isn’t as hard as you may think. Much has been written

on the subject and is readily available to those who seek it.

 

Hopefully this article will light a fuse with some of you and you’ll become

a player the sportsbooks love to hate.

 

Now, get to work!

BettorsWorld

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