NFL Odds, Preseason Picks & Betting Predictions: Back This Favorite On Saturday (Aug. 28)

NFL Odds, Preseason Picks & Betting Predictions: Back This Favorite On Saturday (Aug. 28) article feature image

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  • Looking for action on Saturday's NFL preseason slate? Find odds for all six games outlined below.
  • Only one more win separates the Ravens from the NFL record for longest preseason win streak.
  • Find out why one of our analysts is betting on Baltimore to cover the spread in the process.

Only 11 more preseason games stand between bettors and their first taste of NFL regular-season action in 2021.

Find the odds for all six of Saturday's matchups below, followed by a spread angle that one of our analysts is targeting.

NFL Preseason Odds

Packers at Bills (-9.5)
1 p.m. ET
Ravens (-3.5) at Washington
6 p.m. ET
Bears (-3) at Titans
7 p.m. ET
Buccaneers (-4) at Texans
8 p.m. ET
Rams at Broncos (-8.5)
9:05 p.m. ET
Chargers at Seahawks (-5.5)
10 p.m. ET
Odds as of 1 p.m. ET on Friday and via PointsBet
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NFL Preseason Picks

Ravens -3.5 at WFT (BetMGM)

Raheem Palmer: The Baltimore Ravens haven’t lost a preseason game since Sept. 3, 2015. That means they've won 19 straight preseason games and are looking to break the NFL record for most consecutive preseason victories, which has stood for 59 years.

While Lamar Jackson is unlikely to play, the depth among this roster has allowed this team to overcome sitting many of their starters. They’ve dominated the preseason with defense, forcing six turnovers against the Saints in the preseason opener and allowing only three points to the Panthers.

While Washington will likely be playing Ryan Fitzpatrick and Taylor Heinicke, their offense has mostly struggled throughout the preseason, and we should expect that to continue here.

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has made it clear that this Ravens team wants the record, and based on on his track record in the preseason, it makes no sense to fade them here.

Oddsmakers have added a hook here, but they can’t make these numbers high enough. Lay the 3.5 points with the Ravens.

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