2015 NFL Expert Picks, and Odds: Week 1 Preseason in the bag.

Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Greg Nelson. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes.

The excitement of the 2015 NFL season is underway and the first full week of the preseason is over. All thirty-two teams got much-needed work against opposing teams. The spotlight in the first week of the preseason was on rookie quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. Both looked average in their road debuts. Mariota threw an interception and had a fumble and accounted for ninety-four yards in less than quarter of action. Tennesse lost 31-24 at Atlanta on Friday, August 14th. Winston accounted for one hundred and thirty-one yards, was sacked twice, scored a touchdown and played the entire first half.

The Minnesota Viking may have won the game, but came out a loser as starting right tackle Phil Loadholt is probably gone for the season with an Achilles tear. The six-year veteran missed a lot of time last year with a torn pectoral muscle. In other NFL, injury new the Denver Broncos lost punt returner Kyle Williams to a similar injury. The former San Francisco 49er also tore his Achilles and is better known for a fumble the cost the 49ers a Superbowl trip in the NFC Championship game loss to the New York Giants in 2012. One thing is for certain in NFL training camps is there are no such thing as an injury free season. With rigorous offseason workouts, players often overwork their bodies. That is why the top team of Sports Handicappers work diligently to make a profit for clients. The Chicago Bears won their preseason opener 27-10 over the Miami Dolphins. However the status of first-round draft choice Kevin White is up in the air. All indications are he will start the season on the injury list and could miss the entire season. Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley was impressed with his team in the preseason opening win over Pittsburgh. Bradley is not happy with injuries to starting safety Johnathan Cyprien, a broken finger and Julius Thomas. Both players will miss the rest of the preseason.

The Washington Redskins are in the market for tight ends who want to play football. Head Coach Jay Gruden lost both Niles Paul and Logan Paulsen for the season with various injuries. Gruden has to make adjustments as the tandem were going to be a big part of the Redskins offense in 2015. It is all part of the NFL. Fans, as well as ATS bettors, experience the euphoria of the start of the season and during camp players can go down with injuries. Football is one sport where anything can happen. It is the reason it is the most exciting game in the world. The league has done such a good job of marketing the game that it doesn’t matter who is on the field fans will still watch. There are three more weeks left until we kick off the 2015-16 regular season, and more players will be injured. The show goes on, and we all are anticipating what will unfold the rest of the way. 65% of teams are playing their star players sparingly. The betting experts at Charliessports.com has all the information you need to make your football experience the best possible.


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