NFL Preseason Week 3 Odds - Football Betting

2023 NFL Preseason Week 3 Spreads, Moneylines and Totals

NFL Preseason Week 3 Betting

So far in the 2023 NFL Preseason, gamblers have been paying close attention to the new list of quarterbacks, both rookies and veterans, that have moved on. The current era of NFL football is all about the signal callers. That is why the Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans, and Indianapolis Colts drafted signal callers early in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft and will almost certainly play those youngsters from the start of the regular season. On the other hand, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, and Las Vegas Raiders brought in established veterans from other clubs to try and jumpstart their playoff prospects.

NFL Betting Odds

NFL Preseason Week 3 Betting Lines

Thursday, August 24
Pittsburgh Steelers (-4.5) at Atlanta Falcons 39 TBA
Indianapolis Colts (-4.5) at Philadelphia Eagles 38 TBA
Friday, August 25
Detroit Lions at Carolina Panthers (-4.5) 37 TBA
New England Patriots (-2) at Tennessee Titans 38 TBA
Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers (-7.5) 37.5 TBA
Saturday, August 26
Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers (-3) 40 TBA
Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings (-2) 36 TBA
Cleveland Browns (-3.5) at Kansas City Chiefs 41 TBA
Buffalo Bills at Chicago Bears (-2) 39 TBA
New York Jets (-4.5) at New York Giants 39.5 TBA
Cincinnati Bengals at Washington Commanders (-4.5) 37 TBA
Baltimore Ravens at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-1) 36.5 TBA
Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars (-7) 41 TBA
Las Vegas Raiders (-5) at Dallas Cowboys 38 TBA
Los Angeles Rams at Denver Broncos (-6) 36.5 TBA
Sunday, August 27
Houston Texans at New Orleans Saints (-3.5) 37.5 TBA
Football Picks

The final weekend of the NFL preseason is the most difficult to handicap. In almost all cases, the teams will empty the bench with marginal players fighting for the final roster spots on their respective clubs. That makes things incredibly difficult for gamblers to pin down. Thus, Live betting is a popular method on the last weekend of the preseason. That is because of all of the lineup changes and substitutions.

Week Three NFL Preseason Team Priorities

Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, Philadelphia Eagles

These top contenders present the best case to end preseason football forever. That is because the ONLY objective for these teams is to escape the preseason without serious injuries. There is no way quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs, Josh Allen of the Bills, Lamar Jackson of the Ravens, and Jalen Hurts of the Eagles will be put at risk in a meaningless preseason game. And that goes for the top shelf supporting cast too. This week’s preseason games are all about final roster spots and backups getting some rare playing time.

New York Jets

There is no chance Aaron Rodgers will see meaningful action in the Jets’ preseason finale. The Jets want more than anything for Zach Wilson to make a big leap forward after a catastrophic flop in his rookie season. The Jets need a reliable backup to Rodgers. Also, Wilson could provide good trade value if he comes up to par.

Cincinnati Bengals

With starting QB Joe Burrow questionable with a calf injury, the Bengals must focus on the potential of a backup starter in the regular season opener. Top backup Jake Browning is getting a strong look. So too, is Trevor Siemian, who has been in the NFL since 2015 with four previous teams.

San Francisco 49ers

The good news for 49er fans is that Brock Purdy has recovered quicker than expected and should start on opening day. The one-time “Mr. Irrelevant” became a sensation in 2022 when he came off the bench as a rookie 3rd stringer and as the final player taken in the 2022 NFL Draft. The emergence of Purdy has put the future of former San Francisco #1 draft pick Trey Lance into question. Lance has gone from the QB of the future to a frustrated backup that could eventually be sent packing.

Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans, and Indianapolis Colts

2023 first round draft picks Bryce Young of the Panthers, CJ Stroud of the Texans, and Anthony Richardson of the Colts are cramming for opening day starts. Their teams will protect them for Week One while doing ongoing brain drains of the club playbooks and systems.

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