Understanding how particular NFL head coaches approach the preseason slate is essential for bettors at this time of year.?? Some coaches go with the confidence-building method of attempting to instill??a winning attitude ahead of the regular season start, while others use the display games merely to evaluate talent and test different schemes. To put it differently, some care about actually winning than others.
A couple of preseason recordings pop off the page, starting with Pete Carroll of the Seahawks, with a career 34-16 ATS record in preseason games. A bigger sample size contains Vikings??head coach Mike Zimmer in 15-7??ATS, although one trainer to evaporate when gambling the spread in the preseason is??Jason Garrett of the Cowboys, who is a brutal 11-22-1 ATS.
There are six??brand new head coaches for 2019??who have no previous preseason NFL head coaching experience:??Zac Taylor (Cincinnati Bengals), Vic Fangio (Denver Broncos), Matt LaFleur (Green Bay Packers), Kliff Kingsbury (Arizona Cardinals),??Freddie Kitchens (Cleveland Browns) and Brian Flores (Miami Dolphins).
Here??is a list of the NFL head coaches, dating back to 1995,??along with their gambling records both against the spread (ATS) and OVER/UNDER (O/U) going into this season’s preseason action. Head coaches with an asterisk beside their name have never coached in the preseason.

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