Each week there are thousands of viewers who turn on the TV looking for the ESPN NFL football picks from the experts at the station. During the preseason these guys will be going over who they think will make the playoffs and make a run at the Super Bowl, then bettors will go rushing off to the sportsbooks placing bets on their Cinderella picks and the teams that they profile on a nightly basis. You can use this information to help yourself make a little extra money because the odds are based on public perception, simply find the teams that are going under the radar and you can make a bundle if that team comes through.
The ESPN NFL football picks are made by Joe Theisman, Sean Salisbury, Merril Hodge, Ron Jaworski, Mark Schlereth, Eric Allen, Chris Mortenson, Mike Golic, and their Accuscore GameCast. You can tune into ESPN Radio’s GameNight on Fridays from 7 pm to 1 am EST to hear who these guys are thinking will come through on the weekend.
The good news is that these guys take things pretty seriously. You’ll find them harassing each other on air if one gets bragging rights over another, so you can imagine that they are putting some effort into these selections, but the bad thing is that they are biased and don’t really have anything on the line. You’ll see them picking the team they played for nearly every week and going against the teams that were their hated rivals. All of these games are not based on the point spreads, but you can use the information to beat the NFL football betting lines on who is going to win straight up.
Head over here to find the ESPN NFL football picks for this week’s games, along with records and bios.