Football betting fans saw a bizarre NFL gambling finish with the Bills in their 18-21 loss to Tennessee as 3-point dogs in last week’s Hall of Fame game. Tennessee seemingly had the football betting cash in hand when they took a deliberate safety on the last play of the game.
Instead of winning and covering the 3-point NFL gambling line the game ended in a push because of that strange play! The Bills were fairly effective against the run in that preseason football betting opener but their pass defense was lit up for close to 200 yards.
On offense it was much the same story as the Bills did not run effectively but their passing attack was impressive. Quarterback Gibran Hamdan was 11-13 for 89 yards to lead Buffalo. Number one quarterback Trent Edwards was 3-4 for 34 yards with 1 interception.
Hamdan is a 7 year pro out of Indiana that has played only 1 NFL regular season game in his football betting career. Buffalo’s second string quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, was 6-11 for 61 yards. Fitzpatrick is a 5 year pro out of Harvard. He has a career football betting quarterback rating of 66.9 with 12 touchdown passes and 17 interceptions.
Both Fitzpatrick and Hamdan figure to see plenty more football betting action in the preseason. This game will mark the debut of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who arrived from the Denver Broncos in a trade for Kyle Orton this past off season.
Culter is a 4 year pro out of Vanderbilt that has a career quarterback rating of 87.1 with 54 touchdown passes and 37 interceptions. Culter figures to play sparingly in the early football betting preseason. Backup quarterbacks Caleb Hanie and Brett Basanez will get most of the snaps for Chicago in the football betting preseason.
Hanie is a free agent out of Colorado State while Bazanez is a local hero having played college ball at Northwestern. Expectations are high in Chicago this year with the arrival of Cutler.
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