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2019 NFL Season Betting Preview

The 2019 NFL Season began on 5 September 2019, with American Football team from all over the United States of America competing for the honour of winning the Super Bowl, the grand final of this amazing competition.

In 2018, the New England Patriots were able to claim the Super Bowl trophy for the third time in the past five seasons, with the Pats enjoying a 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in the final.

The Patriots are the current favourites to win the 2019 NFL Championship, with Ladbrokes offering odds of 9/2 that New England continue their recent domination of this competition and it’s clear that they have a strong squad and the capability to go typically deep.

Some firms are as short as 10/3 about a team who will be led into battle by Head Coach Bill Belichick, with the 67-year-old having taken charge of the Patriots in 2000 and he’s been chiefly responsible for all of their recent successes.

The Nashville-born coach has won six Super Bowls as an NFL coach, with many punters looking to back a team who boast the unmatchable Tom Brady as the quarterback and there is likely to be a strong campaign from the market leaders.

Who Can Stop New England?

There are three other NFL teams trading at single figures on the outright market, with Kansas City Chiefs generally second favourite with the bookmakers and they are trading at odds of 7/1 with Ladbrokes.

The Chiefs reached the semi-final stage in the NFL play-offs last season and they were engaged in an exciting clash against New England which ultimately saw them beaten by a 37-31 scoreline. The fact it was an overtime victory indicates that this was a close-run thing.

Head Coach Andy Reid has an impressive roster this time around and we’re expecting them to be a decent contender throughout the competition, while the same can be said of the New Orleans Saints.

The Saints were desperately close to reaching last season’s Super Bowl. Like Kansas, they were a whisker away after losing in overtime during their semi-final against the Rams and there’s a feeling that they could push really close this time around.

The Los Angeles Rams are trading at around 11/1 and they will hope to come out on top in the NFC Championship this season, with Sean McVay’s side having beaten Dallas and New Orleans on the way to claiming their place in the Super Bowl last year.

Realistically, there are many teams who can reach the NFL playoffs and we usually get one or two surprise packages, with Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers among the potential teams who are capable of going deep.

The teams who are regarded as being rank outsiders include the Miami Dolphins, Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins. It would be a major surprise if they could force their way into the reckoning.