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Sportsbooks adjust NFL Future Odds on Tampa Bay after Tom Brady announcement to leave New England


Books adjust to Brady, Buccaneers

After a 20-year run with the New England Patriots, quarterback Tom Brady announced that he is leaving the only NFL team that he has ever known.

In a two-part message on social media platforms, Brady wrote “LOVE YOU PATS NATION.”



Prior to his announcement, oddsmakers at listed New England as the betting favorite to retain his services for Week 1 of the NFL Season.

Tom Brady Odds - NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

New England Patriots -180
San Francisco 49ers +600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
Los Angeles Chargers +650
Las Vegas Raiders +900
Tennessee Titans +1000
Miami Dolphins +1500
Dallas Cowboys +3400
Indianapolis Colts +4000
New York Giants +4000
No Team/Retired +4000
Chicago Bears +5000
Carolina Panthers +9500

Quickly after the announcement was posted, speculation began and the oddsmakers at FanDuel quickly adjusted their numbers on Brady. According to the US online legal sportsbook, it was a two-horse race between Tampa Bay (-220) and Indianapolis (+160).



Later in the afternoon, Fox Sports national television and radio host Colin Cowherd stated that he heard from a reliable source that Tom Brady will sign with Tampa Bay on Thursday morning.



More reports on Tom Brady moving to Tampa Bay were confirmed on Tuesday evening. 



Many sportsbooks have adjusted their future odds, including the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook which are listed below.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – NFL Future Odds

To win Super Bowl

After Brady Announcement - 14/1 (Current)
Before Brady Announcement – 40/1

To win NFC Championship

After Brady Announcement – 13/2 (Current)
Before Brady Announcement – 20/1

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were listed as high as a 40/1 betting choice as of last week and their new number at the SuperBook is currently 14/1.

The odds on the Buccaneers to win the NFC Championship went from 20/1 to 13/2 (Bet $100 to win $650) at the SuperBook.

While the numbers on Tampa Bay were adjusted, the SuperBook also moved New England.

2020 Division Odds - NFC South

New Orleans Saints -125
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +225
Atlanta Falcons +500
Carolina Panthers +1200

Buccaneers Season Win Total

After Brady Announcement - Over/Under 9 (-121 to 'under,' +100 to 'over')

Division and Win Total Odds provided by DraftKings (IN, NJ & PA only)

Subject to Change - T&C's Apply, 21+

New England Patriots – NFL Future Odds

To win Super Bowl

After Brady Announcement – 30/1 (Current)
Before Brady Announcement – 12/1

To win AFC Championship

After Brady Announcement – 15/1 (Current)
Before Brady Announcement – 6/1

2020 Division Odds - AFC East

New England Patriots -118
Buffalo Bills +175
New York Jets +800
Miami Dolphins +950

Patriots Season Win Total

After Brady Announcement - Over/Under 9.5 (-121 to 'over,' +100 to 'under')

Division and Win Total Odds provided by DraftKings (IN, NJ & PA only)

Subject to Change - T&C's Apply, 21+

2021 Super Bowl Odds to Win

Listed below are the top 10 contenders to win Super Bowl LV in 2021 at the SuperBook.
  • Kansas City Chiefs 9/2
  • Baltimore Ravens 5/1
  • San Francisco 49ers 10/1
  • Dallas Cowboys 14/1
  • New Orleans Saints 14/1
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers 14/1
  • Green Bay Packers 20/1
  • Indianapolis Colts 20/1
  • Philadelphia Eagles 20/1
  • Seattle Seahawks 20/1
  • More...
Odds Subject to Change

Tampa Bay 2020 Opponents

Outside of divisional play (six games) and meeting the third-place team (LA Rams, NY Giants) in the two other NFC divisions, the NFC South will square off against the AFC West and the NFC North this season for a total of 16 games.

(2019-20 Playoff Teams)

Home:
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints
Green Bay Packers
Kansas City Chiefs

Los Angeles Chargers
Los Angeles Rams
Minnesota Vikings

Away:
Atlanta Falcons
Carolina Panthers
New Orleans Saints
Chicago Bears
Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions
Las Vegas Raiders
New York Giants

2020 NFC Opponent Analysis | 2020 AFC Opponent Analysis

Including two games against last year’s NFC South winner, the New Orleans Saints, the Buccaneers will only face three other playoff teams and all those games will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Kansas City Chiefs
  • Minnesota Vikings
That venue also happens to be the site of Super Bowl 55, scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 7, 2021.

According to the VegasInsider.com Super Bowl Betting History, the host team has never made it to the NFL finale.

Odds provided by FanDuel (IN, NJ, PA & WV only)
Subject to Change - T&C's Apply, 21+


  
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