The sharp money comes in heavily on the Patriots

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The betting public has bet heavily on the Buccaneers to win tonight, and to cover the spread. The so-called sharps have a different attitude.

Jay Croucher from PointsBet sportsbook said Sunday that the sharp bettors are going all in on the Patriots.

“The line has bounced between 7 and 6.5 today, with sharp bettors all over the Patriots, but the public is still desperate to back Tampa at whatever the number,” Croucher said, via David Purdum of ESPN.com.

So the public is on the Bucs, the sharps are on the Pats, and Football Night in America is on NBC and Peacock. The late afternoon games are basically decided, so tune in and get ready.

10 responses to “The sharp money comes in heavily on the Patriots

  1. Belichick has been game planning against Brady since the SB. Money on the evil genius. Arians vs Belichick? BB.

  2. BB can strategize all he wants, but you need the horses to execute. He has ponies and donkeys now so this is just another example of Belichick unable to win without Brady. See, it’s not rocket science, players can win without a good coach (because they actually play) and good coaches can’t win without a core of good players

  3. Don’t like brady, don’t like belichick, can’t stand the Patriots! So I won’t be watching.

  4. didnthearwhat says:
    October 3, 2021 at 8:02 pm

    this is just another example of Belichick unable to win without Brady. See, it’s not rocket science, players can win without a good coach (because they actually play) and good coaches can’t win without a core of good players

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    Well, good players can win if they’re surrounded by a bunch of other good players. Brady wouldn’t have come anywhere near the last Super Bowl with a lot of other teams (Bears, Jags, Lions, Texans, many more), but he won it with the most stacked team in the league. Otherwise, when you have great players without elite coaches and/or stacked rosters, you get all-time greats like Peyton Manning, Rodgers, Favre winning it all a lot less than their talent would suggest, and greats like Marino and Fouts never winning a ring.

    There is no dynasty that is players alone, or coaches alone. You need elite examples of both working together.

  5. Why didn’t Hightower light Brady up on that play? It was bang bang and wouldn’t of been late

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