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2020 NFL Preseason Week 2 Betting
Week two of Preseason will feature a total of three national TV broadcasts as fans and gamblers whet their appetites for the season ahead. Once again sharps will be scouring websites to find out what players will be playing and for how long. Live betting, quarters and halves will likely be overrun with action. In particular gamblers have found live betting to be an exceptional way to find potential advantages when lineup changes occur in preseason.
Matt Rhule will lead his Panthers and new starting quarterback Teddy Bridgewater into New England to face new Patriots starting QB Jarrett Stidham. Bill Belichick will work all summer to have his team ready to prove it can win without Tom Brady.
Tua Tagovailoa will make his South Beach debut as the Miami Dolphins host the Philadelphia Eagles. Tua has taken the town as Miami hasn’t been this fired up since Dan Marino was under center.
Meanwhile ESPN will televise the Sad Sack Bowl of the Jets at Lions as the NFL’s two most futile franchises continue their eternal quest for answers.
Buffalo hasn’t been this excited about the Bills in over 25 years and the Falcons will come calling in their preseason efforts to get back on track after a terrible 2019 season.
The first pick of the 2020 NFL Draft, quarterback Joe Burrow, will make his much-anticipated Cincinnati home debut against the Minnesota Vikings.
And the “Las Vegas” Raiders will play their second consecutive road preseason game as they visit the NFC champion 49ers.
The Browns will visit the not yet Frozen Tundra of Green Bay to play a Packers team likely to be giving first round draft pick Jordan Love plenty of on the job training as Aaron Rodgers’ heir apparent at quarterback.
The Cowboys new head coach, Mike McCarthy, will be making his AT&T Stadium home debut in a marquee matchup against the Ravens, a co-favorite with Kansas City to win the AFC championship.
There is no debut that is more greatly anticipated than Tom Brady’s first home game in Tampa Bay as the Buccaneers will host the Jacksonville Jaguars. CBS will televise the occasion to a curious nation.
The Giants are at the Titans as Joe Judge continues to work on his new system as New York’s rookie head coach.
The Texans are coming off a tumultuous offseason of changes and will host the Seahawks, who must spend preseason tightening up their defense.
The Bears are at the Broncos as Nick Foles tries to win the Chicago starting quarterback job from incumbent Mitchell Trubisky.
The Chiefs will visit Arizona to take on a Cardinals team that is stirring up excitement in the dessert with first round pick Isaiah Simmons, the star linebacker from Clemson, who may be the most complete player taken in the entire 2020 NFL Draft.
And what a matchup at sparking new SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles as its two tenants, the Rams and Chargers, meet on its glistening new field. The Chargers will serve as the “home” team which means to expect Rams fans to take the stadium over!
FOX will feature a Sunday night national telecast of the Saints at Steelers as both teams work to prepare against their respective Super Bowl windows slamming shut.
Monday Night Football will return on ESPN with the Colts hosing the Redskins. Indianapolis is excited about Philip Rivers taking over as quarterback as many believe he may prove to be a one and done Super Bowl piece of the puzzle.
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