NFL Betting Preview 2022: In-Depth Analysis, Picks, Bets For New Season

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September 8, 2022

It feels like the NFL gets bigger and bigger every season, and on the eve of the 2022 campaign, it’s no different.

The last time we saw on-field football was a whole seven months ago, as the Los Angeles Rams cashed out their all-in bet with a Super Bowl win over the Cincinnati Bengals. What’s followed since then has been just as exciting as any action we’ve seen between the lines.

It was an offseason of seismic change across the league. Free agency and trade chatter dominated the offseason, and the actual movement has shifted the power in just about every division. Mainstays like the Chiefs, Packers and Bucs remain hungry for another kick at the can, but dramatically improved teams like the Broncos, Dolphins and Vikings are ready for their turn in the spotlight.

Trying to predict what’s going to happen in Week 1 and beyond isn’t easy, but we think we’ve got the crew to do it. To celebrate the return of the NFL season, NESNBets and have you covered with need-to-know preview material from Foxboro to Glendale and everywhere in between.

Sink your teeth into it all below.

NFL BETTING PREVIEW and NESNBets staff best bets staff Super Bowl picks
One season bet for every team in the NFL
NFL awards sleeper bets
Quarterback-coach power rankings
Four Super Bowl futures to jump on before Week 1
Three win total bets to make
Three futures bets to make right now
Sportsbooks’ outlook on another Tom Brady season
Previewing 32 teams in 32(ish) days

Three season-long Patriots bets
Why Mac Jones is a valuable MVP bet
Making case for Patriots Super Bowl bet
Making case for Patriots under win total bet

If you haven’t already, bookmark for the best sports betting trends, information and analysis you can find anywhere in New England. Also, make the NESNBets live odds page part of your digital day for real-time updates on odds and betting lines from the most respected sportsbooks.

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