The NFL preseason is what coaches use to determine which players will make their final roster, which is why the projected starters don’t get a lot of playing time. But despite the fact that backups play the bulk of the minutes during preseason, people still can’t resist the urge to bet on the games. Some people believe that betting NFL preseason games is basically throwing money away, while others have made a lot of money betting on them. This is why we are going to take a look at the pros and cons of betting on preseason games.
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