It’s all very easy to get caught up in the excitement of NFL football returning and put too much stock into what happens in the 4 weeks that make up the preseason. Historically speaking, teams who have looked great during the preseason have gone on to be awful in the regular season, while those who struggled through those games went on to win the Super Bowl. The preseason is nothing more than a time to whittle down the roster while giving your main guys enough reps to get their timing right for the real games to come. What most teams are really looking for is to get out of the preseason with no major injuries to speak of. Week 4 tends to be the best indicator of what to expect from teams in the coming season, as that is the point when the rosters are close to being fully determined. The starters will get more playing time ahead of the opening week, and that tends to make these games a whole lot more fun to watch and wager on this NFL betting season.
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