The Investor's Guide For Betting NFL Pre-Season

The Investor's Guide For Betting NFL Pre-Season

The 65-Game NFL Pre-Season Begins Sunday With 25-Unit Winner And It Comes With A Guarantee
Go 5-0 In Five Biggest Pre-Season Wins Ever
Or Get 11-Game 650-Unit September Slam Free
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By Kelso Sturgeon

The National Football League pre-season begins Sunday and that means it is time for handicappers and bettors to put things in focus for what has for years been for me a major profit center-the perfect time to build up one's bankroll for the coming season. For the record I have gone 46-26 (64% winners) the past four years and have won 75% of my big-game plays in that time frame.

My 2012 NFL pre-season package is the best one I have ever offered and it comes with a powerful guarantee. The package offers five-to-seven best bet plays rated from 5 units to 20 units each week and guarantees I will win all five big-game plays, four rated 50 units and one rated 100 units or you will get my 11-game September Slam FREE!

It does not get any better than this and the winning begins Sunday night with a 25-unit play on the nationally televised Hall of Fame Game from Canton, Ohio, that matches the New Orleans Saints and the Arizona Cardinals.

You can get this entire guaranteed package for just $150, charged to your major credit card, here online, or toll free at 1-800-755-2255.

Before going into details about the package and the guarantee, let me say a few things. First and foremost those who have been with me in past pre-seasons know I beat the game. While most handicappers bemoan the NFL pre-season as dangerous, unpredictable and something to be avoided at all costs, I can say proudly I just keep destroying it, and intend to do so again this year

I am extremely successful in the pre-season because I understand what it is-an alien football universe that is not about winning but about teaching and fine-tuning what each team needs to address to get ready for its regular 16-game schedule.

One who handicaps the NFL pre-season as one would the regular season is inviting financial disaster, since the purpose of the first is to learn and the purpose of the latter is to win. While August is a time for winning for bettors it has a much different purpose in the minds of coaches.

The Best Offer In NFL Pre-Season History

As noted above my pre-season package will deliver the usual unit-rated daily selections and takes things a step further in guaranteeing I will win my five biggest bets or that you will receive absolutely free my September Slam, an 11-game run of 50 unit and 100 unit plays. First, here are the five guaranteed winners-games in which I have to go 5-0 or you play free.

50 Unit Pre-Season Game of the Year
Won 9 of last 11 and in 2011 with the Eagles (-7) over Browns 24-14

50 Unit Pre-Season Upset Game of the Year
Won 4 of last 5, losing last year by a single point with Jaguars (+2½) vs. Bills 32-35

50 Unit Pre-Season Blowout of the Year
Won my fifth straight last season with the Jets (-6½) over Bengals 27-7

50 Unit Pre-Season Totals Play of the Year
Won last season with the Bears & Bills (Under 36½) in a 10-3 defensive struggle

100 Unit College Kickoff Blowout of the Year
Mississippi State won by 45 and covered by 2 touchdowns in their 59-14 romp

A decade ago, I introduced the idea of a Season Opening September Package of games rated 50 units or higher. There's not enough space here to list the hundreds of winners that have made hundreds of thousands of dollars for members since '02. But I can tell you that the advance info on this year's September Slam Package is to expect even more winners and with even higher rated winning units. Here's the 2012 September Slam menu:

COLLEGE GAMES

50-Unit North-South Game Of Year
Sept. 1
Alabama vs. Michigan
2011 Result: Miami (-2½) 24 Ohio State 6

50-Unit Labor Day Knockout Game
Sept. 3
Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech
2011 Result: Maryland (-3½) Miami 32-24

100-Unit College Grand Slam
Sept. 8
2011 Result: 3-0-1 for 100%
Miami (-2½) Ohio State 24-6
Oklahoma (-3) Florida State 23-13
Oklahoma State (-13) Tulsa 59-33
Tennessee (+10) Florida 23-33

50-Unit College September Knockout
September 15
2011 Result: Texas Tech (-15) vs. Nevada 35-34

50-Unit Conference Blowout of the Month
Sept. 22
2011 Result: Temple (-15) over Akron 41-3

GRAND SLAM NFL GAMES

50-Unit Opening Night NFL Curtain Raiser
Sept. 5
Cowboys at Giants on Wednesday (NBC TV)
2011 Result: Saints (+4½) vs. Packers 34-42

50-Unit Weekend Opener
Sept. 9
2011 Result: Cardinals (-6½) Panthers 28-21

50-Unit Monday Night Kickoff
Sept. 10
2 games this night...
Bengals at Ravens and Chargers at
Raiders
One will be a standout
2011 Result: Patriots (-7) over Dolphins 38-24

50-Unit NFL Second Sunday Shocker
Sept. 16
2011 Result: Giants (-7) over Rams 28-16

50-Unit NFL September Blowout
Sept. 23
2011 Result: Ravens (-4½) over Rams 37-7

100-Unit September Sunday Slam
Sept. 30
Not Offered in 2011

650 Units of Winning Action with these 11 BIG GAMES.
Last Year's September Slam Record 11-2-1 and Plus 375 Units!
The September Slam features 19 plays in 4 weeks for a total of 650 units, and it's part of your FREE BONUS if I fail to deliver 5-0 with my "BIG FIVE"

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This is by far the best offer I have ever made for the NFL pre-season and please remember the winning begins Sunday night on national television. Sign up for this guaranteed offer for just $150 right here online, charged to your major credit card. Get on board and get all the cash.

NFL Coaches In PreSeason

One of the key elements in handicapping the NFL PreSeason is each coach's record, figures that offer some insight into how they deal with the PreSeason. The facts below tell you how each coach did last PreSeason and how he has done overall. The overall records include all the PreSeason games he has coached and do not necessarily reflect how he has done with his current team.

Team Coach Last Year Overall SU ATS
Arizona Cardinals Ken Whisenhunt 2-2 7-13 8-11-1
Atlanta Falcons Mike Smith 0-4 6-10 9-7
Baltimore Ravens John Harbaugh 3-1 11-5 9-7
Buffalo Bills Chan Gailey 1-3 4-14 5-11-2
Carolina Panthers Ron Rivera 1-3 1-3 0-4
Chicago Bears Lovie Smith 2-2 16-17 13-17-3
Cincinnati Bengals Marvin Lewis 1-3 18-19 17-20
Cleveland Browns Pat Shurmur 1-3 1-3 1-3
Dallas Cowboys Jason Garrett 2-2 2-2 1-3
Denver Broncos John Fox 2-2 21-19 20-19-1
Detroit Lions Jim Schwartz 4-0 10-2 9-3
Green Bay Packers Mike McCarthy 3-1 12-12 12-11-1
Houston Texans Gary Kubiak 3-1 13-11 13-8-3
Indianapolis Colts Chuck Pagano 1st Year 0-0 0-0
Jacksonville Jaguars *Mike Mularky 1st Year 3-5 5-3
Kansas City Chiefs +Romeo Crennel 1st Year 8-8 9-7
Miami Dolphins Joe Philbin 1st Year 0-0 0-0
Minnesota Vikings Leslie Frazier 2-2 2-2 2-2
New England Patriots Bill Belichick 2-2 38-31 35-28-5
New Orleans Saints Joe Vit 1st Year 0-0 0-0
New York Giants Tom Coughlin 2-2 39-33 36-31-5
New York Jets Rex Ryan 2-2 6-6 7-5
Oakland Raiders Dennis Allen 1st Year 0-0 0-0
Philadelphia Eagles Andy Reid 3-1 21-31 22-30
Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Tomlin 3-1 16-5 13-8
San Diego Chargers Norv Turner 2-2 31-33 26-32-6
San Francisco 49ers Jim Harbaugh 2-2 2-2 1-3
Seattle Seahawks Pete Carroll 2-2 3-5 13-10-2
St. Louis Rams Jeff Fisher 1st Year 0-0 0-0
Tampa Bay Bucs Greg Schiano 1st Year 0-0 0-0
Tennessee Titans Mike Munchak 3-1 3-1 1-3
Washington Redskins Mike Shanahan 3-1 47-29 42-32-1

Coaches Week-By-Week In NFL PreSeason

It is also important to bettors how each coach fared in the won-lost category in each of the four weeks of the PreSeason. Hopefully this will offer a bit of insight into when these coaches are most likely to turn the big dogs loose and go for the win.

TEAM COACH
Week #1
Week #2
Week #3
Week #4
Arizona Ken Whisenhunt
2-3
1-4
2-3
2-3
Atlanta Mike Smith
2-2
1-3
1-3
1-3
Baltimore John Harbaugh
3-1
3-1
3-1
2-2
Buffalo Chan Gailey
0-2
1-1
2-0
0-2
Carolina Ron Rivera
1-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
Chicago Lovie Smith
4-5
5-3
3-5
4-4
Cincinnati Marvin Lewis
3-7
6-3
2-7
7-2
Cleveland Pat Shurmur
1-0
0-1
0-1
0-1
Dallas Jason Garrett
1-0
0-1
1-0
0-1
Denver John Fox
6-4
4-6
7-3
4-6
Green Bay Mike McCarthy
2-4
5-1
4-2
1-5
Houston Gary Kubiak
4-2
4-2
3-3
2-4
Indianapolis Chuck Pagano
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Jacksonville Mike Mularky
NA
NA
NA
NA
Kansas City Romeo Crennel
NA
NA
NA
NA
Miami Joe Philbin
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Minnesota Leslie Frazier
0-1
1-0
0-1
1-0
New England Bill Belichick
9-4
6-6
6-6
6-6
New Orleans Joe Vit
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
N. Y. Giants Tom Coughlin
4-4
5-3
2-6
5-3
N.Y. Jets Rex Ryan
0-3
2-1
2-1
2-1
Oakland Dennis Allen
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Philadelphia Andy Reid
6-8
5-7
8-5
3-10
Pittsburgh Mike Tomlin
4-2
3-2
4-1
5-0
San Diego Norv Turner
3-4
3-4
4-3
5-2
Seattle Pete Carroll
2-0
0-2
0-2
1-1
San Francisco Jim Harbaugh
0-1
1-0
0-1
1-0
St. Louis Jeff Fisher
NA
NA
NA
NA
Tampa Bay Greg Schiano
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
Tennessee Mike Munchak
1-0
0-1
1-0
1-0
Washington *Mike Shanahan
12-5
9-5
8-6
11-3
16
Aug
17
Aug
18
Aug
19
Aug

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