NFL betting fans therefore have potentially good NFL gambling preseason values from the NFC west as teams such as these can do damage when it doesn’t count. The defending NFC champion Arizona Cardinals are the one boast that this division has to offer but the Cardinals have plenty of work to do this NFL betting preseason.
Offensive coordinator Todd Haley departed after the Super Bowl to become head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs so the Cardinals must break in a new offensive coordinator this NFL gambling preseason.
Arizona made the Super Bowl despite having one of the worst defenses in all of NFL betting so they must also use the exhibition campaign to improve the stop unit. The San Francisco 49ers came along nicely last season after firing Mike Nolan as head coach and replacing him with Mike Singletary.
This will be Singletary’s first NFL betting preseason and the fiery and inspirational motivator will want to continue developing the work ethic and momentum that he began when he took over last NFL betting season. Singletary will also want to continue to develop the defense.
The Seattle Seahawks had a train wreck of a season last year as they said farewell to longtime head coach Mike Holmgren. Jim Mora Jr. takes over as head man for the 2009 NFL betting season and he will want to install a new attitude and some new wrinkles on both sides of the line.
Mora had some NFL betting success at Atlanta and will likely have the Seahawks motivated for the exhibition slate. The St. Louis Rams have nowhere to go but up after a catastrophic 2008 NFL betting season in which they went 2-14.
The Rams have plenty of work to do on offense, defense, and special teams but keep in mind that the worst are often first in preseason and St. Louis may offer good board value as a team that nobody wants to take.
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