Patriots listed as early favorite to repeat by one bookmaker

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Workers hadn’t even finished cleaning up the confetti at Mercedes-Benz Stadium when betting opened for next year’s Super Bowl.

The Patriots have the best odds to win Super Bowl LIV at 6-1, according to betonline. The Chiefs, though, are close behind at 7-1.

The Rams are the favorites in the NFC at 7-1, followed by the Saints at 8-1 and the Bears at 14-1.

The Colts also have 14-1 odds, with the Packers and Vikings at 18-1 and the Chargers and Eagles at 20-1.

The Browns have better odds than they have seen in a while at 25-1, while the 49ers somehow have 33-1 odds.

The Cardinals, Dolphins, Jets and Raiders have the worst odds at 100-1. Three of those four teams changed coaches in the offseason.

59 responses to “Patriots listed as early favorite to repeat by one bookmaker

  1. We haven’t had an update in a while on how many Super Bowls the World Champion New England Patriots have won since spygate. How come? 🤔

  2. richc111- they are falling apart, the dynasty is over, Brady is too old; I was told all this in 2007 and now this? Favorites? What?

  3. Tee hee 🙂 I love getting in Patriot Hater’s grill and taunting them. And I’m only getting started! Going to be a fun few months till kickoff! Tee hee.

  4. People are gonna hate but…Seahawks. Rams will never recover and all those “me” players will wreck their locker room. I see regression for that franchise. Meanwhile, Seattle will plug a few holes in FA/draft and win the West next year. Wilson is in a contract year, so expect him to be amazing. Hopefully Brady doesn’t retire because we want another shot at the GOAT.

  5. The arrogance Of Patriot Fans is in the air. They have nothing better to do than blog on boards like this. Fans of other teams hope & pray that Brady keeps playing. They good ones always stay too long at the party. Enjoy this while you can. The fall will be painfull

  6. kamthechancellor says:
    People are gonna hate but…Seahawks. Rams will never recover and all those “me” players will wreck their locker room.
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    Wow is this comment off-base. The Rams have been a “we” not “me” team all year. Players have been focused on what’s best for the team, not their personal stats, all season. The greatest example being when Gurley stopped short of the end zone on a breakaway run. That iced the game. The team mirrors the philosophy of Sean McVay. They’re a classy group of guys.

  7. From a marketing stand point, the NFL is loosing money from the Patriots annual trip to the Superbowl. Favorable calls will not go towards the Patriots going forward since it will hurt the NFL revenue. The NFL marketing machine is cranking up it’s magic to showcase the new face of the NFL, which is Mahomes. Chiefs will be in next year Superbowl bet on that.

  8. I think all of except Pats fans are at home thinking “next year” right now. And the league is so unpredictable that pretty much everyone (except Lions fans – let’s keep it real) have legit hopes.

    And yes – of course the Saints would have beaten the Pats. Goff did not have a good game. Brees would have destroyed the Pats defense.

  9. The Rams will be Ok for next year, I fully expect them to win the NFC West, be in the thick of things of home field advantage, and be in contention for the NFC championship. I do not see them as a me-first team. Cooks certainly doesn’t fit that mold and the defense appears to act as a unit, not a bunch of individuals.

  10. Look… common sense tells us that Brady will decline. Father time catches up with everyone. So unless Brady retires before it happens… he will start to stink up the place. That is a FACT.

    Enjoy all the success while you got it Pat fans. Be humble because a dark time for your franchise is creeping closer.

  11. And yes – of course the Saints would have beaten the Pats. Goff did not have a good game. Brees would have destroyed the Pats defense

    🙄🙄🙄

  12. “Look… common sense tells us that Brady will decline. Father time catches up with everyone. So unless Brady retires before it happens… he will start to stink up the place. That is a FACT.

    Enjoy all the success while you got it Pat fans. Be humble because a dark time for your franchise is creeping closer.”

    Boo hoo and wah, wah. Patriots won.

  13. All I know is every single pundit better say from now until February 2020 that Patriots WILL repeat no matter what. We don’t need a 37th Patriots Super Bowl pep rally ending in “We’re still here!”

  14. Yes, they’ll probably go the Super Bowl again. This time they’ll lose to a team that deserves to be there. Rams had no place being at the game last night. The way they played proved it.

  15. John D says:
    February 4, 2019 at 12:49 pm

    “Enjoy this while you can.”

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    I can confirm to you that we are, and have been for a long time. We are well aware that it isn’t going to last forever….which is why many of us tell people that hate the Patriots to enjoy what they’re seeing too, as it is unlikely to ever be repeated.

  16. Justin Morris says:
    February 4, 2019 at 1:07 pm
    Look… common sense tells us that Brady will decline. Father time catches up with everyone. So unless Brady retires before it happens… he will start to stink up the place. That is a FACT.

    Enjoy all the success while you got it Pat fans. Be humble because a dark time for your franchise is creeping closer.
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    Words from 5 years ago. He has to decline. Since then he has made how many Super Bowls. I’ll bet you wish your quarterback would decline like that.

  17. magnumpimustache says:
    February 4, 2019 at 12:57 pm
    Wow a potential repeat and 4 Super Bowls in a Row.

    And he is not slowing down. Brady seems to never age.
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    21/35 for 262 yds, 0 TDs and a pick. Brady had zero to do with that win. Credit Belichick’s defensive scheme and the D’s execution of that scheme.

  18. Pro tip: take the Eagles at 20-1. You will win.

    Red heads have the most furious tempers and will avenge whoever wrongs them.

    Look for Carson Wentz to have a monstrously great 2019 season.

    A Celtic Warrior holding a leather ball instead of a leather shield!

  19. I think thats it for Brady. I have haunch he’s going to call it a day. I think the wife is scared he going to get his head rattled or some other horrible injury. What on earth has he got to prove. He can’t have anymore chips left on his shoulders. I think there might be big discussions this off season.

  20. terripet says:
    February 4, 2019 at 12:25 pm
    Colts Seahawks next year
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    Do we know which pre-season weekend the Colts/Seahawks are playing?

  21. I am not an NE Patriots fan but seriously, the only time the Pats will decline is if they are without TOM! The only time TOM will decline is when he decides to stop playing. I gave up trying to bash the Patriots, you can’t , must be all that free Kraft Mac n Cheese or something. As far as Brady and yesterday; he did exactly what he needed to do , play catch with a uncovered Edelman and complete a couple chunks to the Gronk. BB and the D did the rest, confused a newer QB and coach.

  22. “Imagine if Brady gets an actual downfield threat…”

    Hope to see Gordon back in a Pats uni next season. He was very effective.

  23. ZERO CHANCE Brady retires….. he’s already made that clear…. he’s having too much fun playing the game he most loves…..
    That said, I DOUBT he plays till he’s 45….. his current contract is up next year, so it will be interesting to see how Kraft & Bill approach this topic during the off season……..

  24. 21/35 for 262 yds, 0 TDs and a pick. Brady had zero to do with that win. Credit Belichick’s defensive scheme and the D’s execution of that scheme.


    Lame

    On the TD drive
    Brady 4-4 67 yards to the 2 yard line.

    Saying the QB (who is the most important player on the team) had zero to do with the win is STUPID

  25. tomfrontera8393 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 2:40 pm
    …I gave up trying to bash the Patriots, you can’t , must be all that free Kraft Mac n Cheese…
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    FWIW, Robert Kraft made his money in the paper/cardboard business; he has nothing to do with Kraft food products. Although you can certainly make an argument that Kraft Mac n Cheese tastes like cardboard.

  26. Fans of other teams hope & pray that Brady keeps playing.
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    Like fans of the Chargers, KC, and LAR? Those fans?

  27. Flash1287 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 1:16 pm

    Brees would have destroyed the Pats defense
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    While I think Brees would have scored more than 3 points vs NE, NE would have scored about 30 on the Saints and still beat then just as they have done in the last 3 meetings.

  28. I love how every year now the saints say “we would’ve beaten the team that won”. Last year, the eagles- this year the patriots”. Who’s it going to be next year?

    Who dat? Not you

  29. It is so tough to repeat in the NFL and there is a good chance Gronk walks into retirement. I may drive to RI to make one of these bets, but I’d love to see who does what in free agency.

  30. How can Vegas lay odds now? It’s impossible to be accurate. Before free agency hits, losing & gaining players and coaches? Before the draft? Let’s not forget Training camp and possible injuries. At this point in time it’s impossible to lay odds.

  31. terripet says:
    February 4, 2019 at 12:25 pm
    Colts Seahawks next year

    Back at horrible predictions so soon after another Pats Super Bowl win?? We thought you’d take some time off from that because it just HAS to be exhausting.

  32. I think Brady’s done. He’s a hit or 2 away from being crippled. I don’t want to see him go off like Favre or Bledsoe.

    He’s got nothing else to prove a has solidified himself as the GOAT. The time he puts in… I just wonder if it’s worth it to him after what he’s accomplished. But clearly he’s different than the rest. He could win 5 more for all I know…

  33. jbaxt says:
    February 4, 2019 at 4:07 pm
    I think Brady’s done. He’s a hit or 2 away from being crippled. I don’t want to see him go off like Favre or Bledsoe.
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    So is any player in the league.

  34. I’m not a Pats fan, but I’m not a hater either. If one looks at this objectively, it’s hard to argue against this Belichick/Brady era as the greatest run in NFL history. In a league geared for quick success followed by rapid falloff, the Patriots have figured out how to stay at the top of the heap.

  35. John Harbaugh is going to revolutionize the offensive side of the ball based around a skinny kid who can run like the wind but who can’t throw worth a lick. Four tackles and two tight end sets – no wide receivers.

    It’s going to be epic.

  36. Enjoy this while you can. The fall will be painfull
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    this guy will probably die of depression before belichick hangs it up.

  37. Of course the Patriots are favorites for the SB next season.

    Who in the AFC is going to get better? The Chiefs have peaked (I’m sorry, Mahomes is a 1 hit wonder), and the Ravens won’t win with Vince Y… I mean Lamar Jackson. Texans are just too simple on offense, the Colts are eh, and the Steelers? Without Bell? Forget it.

    Brady and Belicheck are beyond legendary, but th league still does not have the talent nor the coaching to keep up with them. Take a look around. None of these teams even with a great draft have close to what it takes to win. The NFL is not getting more talented. Mahomes and Watson are the new Romo and Vick. Those kind of guys do not win you SBs.

  38. No Saints said they would have beaten the patriots. I think they probably believe that they would have been less embarrassing than the rams. Yes, Kamara did say last year he felt they would have beaten the eagles when asked. Next time, i’m sure he will say, yes I think we would lose that game to appease pft posters lol. But hey, enjoy your made up story.

    isithockeyseasonyet says:

    February 4, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    I love how every year now the saints say “we would’ve beaten the team that won”. Last year, the eagles- this year the patriots”. Who’s it going to be next year?

    Who dat? Not you

  39. Well they will obviously win their division because nobody else even tries.

    But hopefully the other afc teams don’t beat each other up so much that the Patriots just walk right into another Super Bowl without having to really do anything.

    My money is on them not repeating, well… if gambling was legal in my state anyway.

  40. Of course they are favorites. They already know every defensive play the other team is going to call. Once a cheater, always a cheater.

  41. It will be the Chiefs vs Eagles in the Superbowl next year, mark it down. People forget that the Chiefs took the Patriots into OT and their QB never got into the extra session, not taking anything away from Brady and the Pats but one team is on the way up while the other is on the way down. As for the Eagles, well the ball slipped through their #1 WR hands on the last play of the game and he doesn’t drop a lot of balls – but was playing with cracked ribs. They were very close to making it to the NFC Championship and would have beat the Rams. Also that team dealt with a ton of injuries (they had guys starting in the backfield that weren’t in the NFL in week 1). So if they heal and come back they will be severely underestimated.

  42. Flash1287 says:
    February 4, 2019 at 1:16 pm
    And yes – of course the Saints would have beaten the Pats. Goff did not have a good game. Brees would have destroyed the Pats defense.

    You’re basing this opinion on what? That in the last 19 years New England spanked the Saints 4 out of 5 times? If you’re trying to become a football analyst, can I suggest you don’t quit your day job? Suggesting Brady had nothing to do with the win and predicting a Saints win is just cra-cra!

  43. in the absence of manning, the patriots have had the afc all to themselves. they will be back to tie the 90-93 bills 4 straight superbowls.

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