Saturday NFL Preseason Odds, Predictions, Trends: Vikings vs. Broncos, Commanders vs. Ravens Lead Most Popular Bets
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The Week 3 NFL preseason slate offers teams one last dress rehearsal before the real deal begins. Saturday’s eight-game slate is especially intriguing from a betting standpoint.
The Rams and Bengals, for instance, meet in a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl. Bettors are piling up on one side in that game, as well as Vikings vs. Broncos and another hot trend in Commanders vs. Ravens.
Let’s dive into Action Network’s preseason NFL public betting data and get a glimpse at where the ticket counts are flowing on a day full of football.
5 Most Popular NFL Picks for Saturday
*Odds and public betting trends data as of Saturday afternoon. Find real-time NFL odds here.
1. Vikings vs. Broncos (+1.5)
9 p.m. ET
The most popular preseason side’s also the final game of the night between the Vikings and Broncos – and bettors like the home ‘dog.
We’ve logged a whopping 88% of tickets on Denver, the most of any spread Saturday.
This line opened Denver -2.5 but has since crossed zero, and now the Broncos are catching +1 or +1.5, depending on the shop (Check out all public betting data here!).
2. Commanders vs. Ravens (-6)
7 p.m. ET
Baltimore’s getting flooded with tickets; 82% of them, in fact.
Can you blame bettors?
The Ravens have been preseason world beaters, winning 21(!) straight.
The spread vs. the Commanders has climbed to 6.5, but those who want to ride the Ravens another week can find some 6s available.
3. Cardinals vs. Titans (-3)
7 p.m. ET
Another AFC home favorite the public supports is Tennessee, which is garnering 73% of the ticket count against the Cardinals.
The Titans covered as short home chalk last week vs. the Bucs, winning 13-3.
4. Bears (+5.5) vs. Browns
7 p.m. ET
The Bears have back-to-back outright wins as underdogs in the preseason. Bettors don’t mind grabbing the points when Chicago takes on the Browns in Cleveland.
We’ve tracked 63% of the spread bets on the Bears, who own a +21 point differential through exhibition play.
5. Rams vs. Bengals (-2.5)
6 p.m. ET
The Rams got the better of the Bengals in February’s Super Bowl, but bettors are laying it with Cincinnati in this spot.
The Bengals are pulling in 57% of the tickets at -2.5, rounding out tonight’s most popular sides.
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