If you’re fired up about the 2019 NFL preseason and you’d like to maximize your chances of cashing in early and often this scrimmage season, then you’re in luck. Thanks to the NFL preseason predictions that you’re about to get on every team, you’re going to have a great chance to get your 2019 NFL preseason betting campaign off to a bankroll-boosting start.
2019 NFL Preseason Betting Predictions for Every Team
The Bills will win two and lose two this preseason under head coach Sean McDermott after doing so a year ago.
I like the Dolphins to go 3-1 this preseason, simply because they’re going to be playing starting caliber performers later in games than most of their opponents in Year 1 of the Brian Flores era.
New England Patriots
Every time the Patriots have gone 3-1 in the preseason under Bill Belichick, they’ve gone either 2-2 or 1-3 the following preseason, so I’m picking the Pats for two wins at most this preseason.
New York Jets
In three seasons as the head coach in Miami, Adam Gase has never managed to win more than two games and the Jets has gone 1-3 and 2-2 in each of the last two preseasons.
Back Baltimore to win at least three preseason games in 2019. The Ravens have gone a perfect 13-0 under head coach John Harbaugh in the last three preseasons.
Cincy went 3-1 in the preseason a year ago after going 1-3 in the 2017 preseason. No one really knows if the Bengals will be going all-out for scrimmage wins under first-time head coach Zac Taylor, so I’, thinking 2-2 sounds about right.
After going a perfect 4-0 SU and ATS last preseason, I’ve got the Browns taking a step backwards to 2-2 this preseason as they look to protect franchise quarterback Baker Mayfield.
After two straight 3-1 preseason campaigns, I’m expecting the Steelers to pull off another winning scrimmage season as Pittsburgh’s young position players look to impress head coach Mike Tomlin in a bid to get the available snaps that previously went to Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell.
The Texans have gone 12-7 in five preseasons under head coach Bill O’Brien. Now, with his seat getting hotter and hotter, I’m thinking O’Brien will use this coming preseason to build some confidence for the upcoming 2019 regular season. Three more wins sounds about right!
The Colts went 3-1 last preseason, but I’ve got the AFC South playoff contenders going 2-2 at best seeing as how I don’t have any faith in their backup quarterback situation or their revamped offensive line.
The Jags went 3-1 last preseason, but now, they have two inexperienced backups in Tanner Lee and Gardner Minshew, so I’m thinking 2-2 is the best they’ll do this preseason.
The Titans look like a team that will win one preseason game at best to me, seeing as how they’ve got a mediocre backup in veteran Ryan Tannehill and an untested one in third-stringer Logan Woodside.
First-year Broncos head coach Vic Fangio should at least go 2-2 in the preseason, seeing as how I expect an improved defense in Denver in 2019, not to mention the fact that I like backup Kevin Hogan.
Kansas City Chiefs
Three straight 2-2 preseason records for head coach Andy Reid suggests another 2-2 campaign is in order for the Chiefs in 2019 with so-so veteran backup Chad Henne taking most of the snaps.
Los Angeles Chargers
The Bolts have gone 3-5 in two preseasons under head coach Anthony Lynn, but I like the Chargers to get three wins this scrimmage season under excellent veteran backup Tyrod Taylor.
The Raiders went 3-1 in the preseason a year ago under head coach Jon Gruden, who has a glistening 33-17 mark in the preseason in his career. Three more wins sounds about right for a raiders team that is looking to improve on its uninspiring 4-12 regular season mark a year ago.
The Cowboys have recorded three losing preseason records in the last four years, including a dismal 0-4 mark last season. One win looks about right for the Boys in 2019, particularly seeing as how Dallas has a pair of mediocre backup quarterbacks in Cooper Rush and Mike White.
Philly went 1-3 last preseasons and that was with veteran backup Nick Foles under center. Now, with Nate Sudfield and Clayton Thorson as the backups, I’m thinking two wins for Philly this preseason sounds about right.
New York Giants
The Giants went 2-2 in their first preseason under head coach Pat Shurmur last season, but I’m going with one win in 2019 with inexperienced backups Daniel Jones, Alex Tanney and Kyle Lauletta getting the majority of snaps.
The Redskins had their first losing preseason in five years under head coach Jay Gruden a year ago, but I’m thinking three wins sounds about right for Washington with the Skins having a very solid quarterback battle featuring veterans Colt McCoy and Case Keenum and a gifted rookie in Dwayne Haskins.
The Bears went 2-3 in their first preseason under head coach Matt Nagy a year ago and I’m expecting at least two more wins this coming preseason under veteran backup Chase Daniels and third-string backup Tyler Bray.
The Vikings have gone an astounding 17-4 in the preseason under head coach Mike Zimmer, including a 3-1 mark last season. Three more wins sounds about right with the Vikes turning to backups Kyle Sloter, Sean Mannion and rookie Jake Browning.
Green Bay Packers
The Packers will go 2-2 this coming preseason under backup DeShone Kizer third-stringer Tim Boyle.
The Lions went 1-3 last preseasons in their first year under head coach Matt Patricia, but I’m expecting Detroit to go 2-2 this preseason under veteran Tom Savage and younger third-stringer Connor Cook.
The Falcons have gone 0-4 in each of the last two preseasons under head coach Dan Quinn, but that’s not happening again as the Falcons get a pair of preseason wins under veteran backup Matt Schaub.
The Panthers have gone seven straight preseasons under head coach Ron Rivera without recording a losing record. I like talented young signal-callers Will Grier and Kyle Allen and I believe Carolina is good for at least two scrimmage wins in 2019.
New Orleans Saints
The Saints went 3-1 last preseason and I’m expecting at least three more wins in 2019 under outstanding veteran Teddy Bridgewater, dual-threat third stringer Taysom Hill and roster hopeful J.T. Barrett.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Bucs went 2-2 last preseason under former head coach Dirk Koetter and while new head coach Bruce Arians is a significant upgrade, he’s also got a modest 9-12 career mark in the scrimmage season. I like Tampa Bay for two more preseason wins despite the fact that I believe backup Blaine Gabbert is completely awful.
I’m going with the Cardinals to get one preseason win as they protect franchise signal-caller Kyler Murray while playing mediocre backups, Brett Hundley and Charles Kanoff.
Los Angeles Rams
The Rams have gone 2-2 in two preseasons under head coach Sean McVay and I’m going to say they win twice again this coming preseason even though I don’t think backup Blake Bortles should be on any NFL roster.
Seattle has gone 22-14 in nine preseasons under head coach Pete Carroll while recording just two losing records. After going a winless 0-4 last preseason, I like the Seahawks to get at least three preseason wins in 2019 under backups Paxton Lynch and Geno Smith.
San Francisco 49ers
The Niners are 3-5 in two preseasons under head coach Kyle Shanahan, including a 1-3 mark a year ago. However, I like Frisco for at least two wins this coming preseason under decent backups Nick Mullen and to a lesser degree, C.J. Beathard.