Understanding how specific NFL head coaches approach the preseason slate is vital for bettors in this time of year.?? Some coaches go with the confidence-building approach of trying to create a winning mindset before the normal season start, while some use the exhibition games simply to assess talent and test different schemes. Some care more about actually winning than others. A few preseason recordings pop off the page, beginning with Pete Carroll of the Seahawks, who has a profession 34-16 ATS document in preseason games. A smaller sample size has Vikings??head coach Mike Zimmer in 15-7??ATS, although one coach to evaporate when gaming the spread in the preseason is??Jason Garrett of the Cowboys, who’s a brutal 11-22-1 ATS. There are six??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’s a list of the NFL head coaches, dating back to 1995,??along with their betting records both against the spread (ATS) and OVER/UNDER (O/U) heading into this year’s preseason action. Head coaches with an asterisk beside their name have not trained in the preseason.