New England Patriots Futures Bets You Can Still Make

Written By C.J. Pierre on December 16, 2022
New England Patriots odds 2023

The New England Patriots only have four regular season games remaining. They are still in the playoff hunt.

They also have several futures betting options still available. Legal sports betting in Massachusetts isn’t expected to launch until January 2023 in the retail capacity at the earliest. However, there will still be a few Patriots bets local fans should be able to make if everything goes according to plan.

Let’s examine what Patriots bets are still available across the major US sportsbooks.

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Patriots Super Bowl and Playoff Odds

After 13 games, the New England Patriots are 7-6. They are currently slotted in the seventh seed in the AFC side of the playoff bracket. Meaning the Pats control their own destiny. If they win their last four games, they are in the dance.

The Patriots began the 2022-23 NFL season with odds of  to win the Super Bowl. Their odds have shifted week after week, and here’s how they currently stack up on multiple Massachusetts sportsbooks:

Sportsbook Patriots Super Bowl Odds
DraftKings MA+15000
FanDuel MA+15000
Caesars MA+15000
BetMGM MA+15000
PointsBet MA+12500

Winning the Super Bowl may feel like a pipe dream for Pats fans. However, seeing this team make the playoffs should not. Here’s a look at some of the odds you can get on this team making the playoffs:

Sportsbook Patriots to Make the Playoffs
DraftKings MA+200
Caesars MA+170
PointsBet MA+150

It will not be a cakewalk for New England over these final four games. The Pats are a road dog this week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Caesars Sportsbook currently has them listed as underdogs in their Week 16 matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Patriots odds for the Week 17 home game with the Miami Dolphins and the Week 18 road game with the Buffalo Bills will mainly depend on what happens over these next two weeks.

Matthew Judon in the Running for Defensive Player of the Year

In 2021, the Patriots went outside their comfort zone and spent a lot of money on free agents. One of the guys brought it was pass rusher Matthew Judon. After a successful stint with the Baltimore Ravens, Judon has continued to thrive under head coach Bill Belichick.

Judon is having such a good year that he finds himself in the Defensive Player of the Year conversation.

Judon has 14.5 sacks on the season. That puts him first in the AFC and second in the league behind only Nick Bosa (15.5). The odds for him to lead the league in sacks are .

Right now, all eyes for the award are on Bosa and Micah Parsons. Currently, Judon’s odds are at . If he has a strong finish in these final four games and ends up with the most sacks in the league, he could sneak in the backdoor and win the award.

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Rookie Jack Jones Longshot for Defensive Rookie of the Year

It is not often that a fourth-round pick finds himself in the running for a Rookie of the Year award. But the Patriots may have found themselves a star late in the draft. Tell me if you’ve heard that story before.

I’m not saying Jack Jones is about to become the Tom Brady of cornerbacks. However, Jones has dramatically exceeded expectations and is becoming one of the featured players on one of the best defenses in the NFL.

Jones’ odds to win the award are at . He has a major uphill climb. Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner is the odds-on favorite. He has already thrust himself into the conversation among the best cover corners in the league.

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Can Jones catch Sauce in this race? Possibly. It would take four shutdown games from Jones and maybe a few letdown games from Sauce. But that is certainly possible.

Photo by AP / Michael Dwyer
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C.J. Pierre is a Lead Writer at PlayMA. He has been covering news and sports for over a decade for both online and TV broadcasts. He was born and raised in Minneapolis and an alum of Minnesota State University: Moorhead. He recently dove into tribal casino news. He also covered the launch of sports betting in Arizona. C.J. has experience as a reporter and videographer and has covered high school, college and professional sports throughout his career. Most notably following Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Vikings and North Dakota State University football.

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