NFL Pre-Season Wagering Tips
Our legendary Sports Trader Jon Price is proud to release his top NFL Pre-Season betting tips made to help you build big profits before the regular season even starts. Follow his tips and advice below to get ahead. These are the 3 tips that he releases publicly but the most important factor and determination to who wins a pre-season game is reserved for his elite clients.
Amateurs don’t know about these secrets and thus are unprofitable while sharp sports bettors like Jon Price profit from pre-season football till the Super Bowl. Only experts with years of profitable pre-season NFL betting experience know what to look for but with a little coaching they can start to build their bankrolls as well.
- Understanding which teams have the LOWEST season ticket base – those teams need to convince their fans there is a winner in town because without getting fan support right from the start can be very devastating. The Sports Information Traders analysts run the numbers each year for season ticket sales compared to performance as well as what the attendance has been for the last 5 pre-season games compared to a teams performance. The numbers will astonish you and the profits you can make will make you smile.
- Coaches that refuse to lose. Researching which staffs have the highest preseason win percentage last 3 seasons.
- Training camp battles at the skill positions on offense (Quarterback, Running Back, Wide Receiver). A combination of two or even three can tilt the scales.
But Mr. Price says there is one other defining metric that overwhelmingly predicts a major edge. It requires more than just a skilled football analyst to produce winners. “I have one way of playing these games that seems obvious but many don’t consider. I only give that information to my best paying clients.”
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