2024 NFL Preseason Week 3 Odds - Football Betting

2024 NFL Preseason Week 3 Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Preseason Week 3 Online Betting

Week 3 marks the final week of the Preseason and that means games with a revolving door of lineups. The in-game changes will almost resemble a hockey game. For marginal players, Week 3 is their final chance to convince their teams to keep them. If not, they want to make enough good plays on tape so that they can find another team. In the final preseason game, there will not be much in the way of regular players performing. Preseason is hated because the main object of the game for teams is to avoid losing their best players to injury. Thus, in the preseason finale, all of the teams just want to get out unscathed. But for players on the bubble for roster spots, the games are more important than the Super Bowl.

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NFL Preseason Week 3 Betting Lines

Thursday, August 22
Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals TBA TBA
Chicago Bears at Kansas City Chiefs TBA TBA
Friday, August 23
Jacksonville Jaguars at Atlanta Falcons TBA TBA
Miami Dolphins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers TBA TBA
San Francisco 49ers at Las Vegas Raiders TBA TBA
Saturday, August 24
Baltimore Ravens at Green Bay Packers TBA TBA
Carolina Panthers at Buffalo Bills TBA TBA
Los Angeles Rams at Houston Texans TBA TBA
Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles TBA TBA
Pittsburgh Steelers at Detroit Lions TBA TBA
Los Angeles Chargers at Dallas Cowboys TBA TBA
Cleveland Browns at Seattle Seahawks TBA TBA
New York Giants at New York Jets TBA TBA
Sunday, August 25
Tennessee Titans at New Orleans Saints TBA TBA
Arizona Cardinals at Denver Broncos TBA TBA
New England Patriots at Washington Commanders TBA TBA
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The Atlanta Falcons will be under intense scrutiny this year. Kirk Cousins was acquired from the Minnesota Vikings to become the Atlanta starting quarterback. But a few weeks later, the Falcons took Michael Penix 8th overall in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft. Penix is an unorthodox QB and a left-hander, which will complicate the offense that is used to having a right hand QB. Additionally, Penix was injury-prone in his college days. The Falcons were panned for the way they have handled their QB room.

The Falcons also created an interesting conversation regarding the selection of their head coach. Despite Bill Belichick being available and having interviewed with the Falcons, Atlanta preferred to hire Raheem Morris instead. Apparently, Belichick’s old boss, Patriots owner Bob Kraft, reportedly told Falcons owner Robert Kraft that the Hoodie was a difficult man to deal with. But Morris’ career record of 21-38 pales in comparison to the man many consider to be the GOAT of NFL coaching.

The Miami Dolphins will visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to conclude the preseason. There has been plenty of concern about the commitment of starting QB Tua Tagovailoa after he missed several workouts in a contract dispute. Meanwhile the Bucs will be looking to get Kyle Trask some work as the backup QB to Baker Mayfield. Mayfield resurrected his career last year in Tampa Bay, earning a huge new contract as a result.

The Carolina Panthers will play at the Buffalo Bills to end the preseason. Carolina has a new head coach, Dave Canales, who was hired to restart the career of Bryce Young, who had his rookie season go to waste in a nightmare campaign in which first-year coach Frank Reich didn’t even last to the end of the season. Veteran journeymen Andy Dalton and Jake Plummer are the backups to Young,

The Las Vegas Raiders will host the San Francisco 49ers in the preseason finale for both clubs. The Raiders have a second-year head coach, Antonio Pierce, who took over for the fired Josh McDaniels last year. Pierce went 5-4 and won over the players to secure the job.

However, Pierce does not have anything close to a championship-level quarterback room. First on the depth chart is Aidan O’Connell, who was a 4th round draft choice of the Raiders last year. O’Connell was not bad, posting a QBR of 83.9, but that is not a number that will end up in the Super Bowl. Castoff journeyman Gardner Minshew is the backup QB but could easily end up as the starter.

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