Betting on NFL football in the preseason comes down to many intangibles and one of the most important to handicap against the football odds is motivation. Teams with new head coaches often provide good motivational edges for those betting on NFL football as they want to establish a new tone against the football odds.
Eric Mangini would be such a coach. Fired by the New York Jets last year after the team collapsed down the stretch for those betting on NFL football with them, he quickly caught on with Browns who want his offensive expertise.
Mangini will bring a new optimism to the Browns and those betting on NFL football with them as he has coached a playoff team and knows how to improve quarterback play. Jim Caldwell has the luxury of taking over a perennial playoff contender in Indianapolis.
The Colts have not been much of a value for those betting on NFL football in the preseason and that is unlikely to change since they are a veteran and established group. Rex Ryan arrives in the Big Apple to take over the New York Jets.
Ryan is known by everyone betting on NFL football as a defensive guru from his days with the Baltimore Ravens and he is expected to bring a new shot in the arm and toughness to the Jets.
The Kansas City Chiefs will welcome Todd Haley as head coach. Haley will certainly raise the expectations of those betting on NFL football as he was the offensive coordinator of the explosive Arizona Cardinals last year when they surprised everyone betting on NFL football by making the Super Bowl.
The Denver Broncos will have the interest of everyone this preseason as Josh McDaniels has gotten off to a rocky start in the rocky mountain state. He clashed with quarterback Jay Cutler who was traded to Chicago for Kyle Orton. Optimism is not abundant in Denver!
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