New England Patriots Odds

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For the football faithful in Massachusetts, cheering on the Patriots could eventually add another level of engagement — online sports betting. The legalization of sportsbooks in the Bay State would allow fans to bet on the NFL, NBA, NHL and just about any other sport you could think of.

The New England Patriots rank right up there with the teams that get the most betting action across the country, so they would no doubt be popular at home, as well. Below we go over all the ins and outs of wagering on the Patriots, should it become legal, including live Patriots odds for every game and season.

Today’s Patriots point spread

Check the live odds feed below for the latest Patriots spread for this week. Click on any odds to get started at a legal online sportsbook when it becomes legal.

Patriots Super Bowl odds

Keep tabs on Patriots Super Bowl odds in the futures feed below. Click on any odds (when available) to go right to the online sportsbook and get started.

Mac Jones MVP, prop odds

Does Jones stand a chance at claiming the NFL MVP trophy? Below, see where Mac Jones prop & MVP odds stand at legal online sportsbooks in Massachusetts (when launched).

Patriots player props and futures

Mac Jones isn’t the only player you can bet on. The New England Patriots have had award winners in the past, and there’s no reason to believe that won’t be the case again.

NFL futures bets range from team to individual player options, as do prop bets. Here are some potential futures bets on individual players than can be found at BetMGM Sportsbook and Caesars online sportsbook, as well as other top books:

  • NFL Most Valuable Player
  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year
  • Offensive Rookie of the Year
  • Defensive Rookie of the Year

And in addition, to NFL player props for individual games, you also may find prop-style bets that take into account the full season or (potentially) some happenings in the offseason:

  • NFL rushing leader
  • NFL passing leader
  • First overall NFL draft selection (Not all states allow bets like this. We’ll have to wait to see what Massachusetts does if it ends up legalizing sports betting.)
  • Number of interceptions thrown for a specific quarterback
  • Number of receiving touchdowns for a specific quarterback

Individual bets are great, but if you are looking for more variety you may also find bets on performances and accomplishments for specific teams as a whole:

  • Over/under total wins for the season
  • AFC champions
  • NFC champions
  • Division champions

And team props allow you to bet on single-game statistics like special teams or defensive touchdowns or the total number of field goals in a game.

New England Patriots coaches and bench staff

Players alone don’t win football games. It takes a lot of work from the coaches and support staff on the sidelines, too. One thing that has been pretty consistent over the years on the sidelines for the Pats: Head coach Bill Belichick, who has been in the position since 2000.

For 2021, here were the main coaches for the New England Patriots:

  • Head coach: Bill Belichick
  • Assistant head coach: Matt Patricia
  • Offensive coordinator: Josh McDaniels
  • Special teams coordinator: Cameron Achord

New England Patriots home games

The New England Patriots have made home field advantage something of a specialty over the decades. The weather, the fans and some clever tactics have helped make Gillette Stadium into a place where most teams would prefer not to play if they had the choice.

The stadium, which was previously known as CMGI Field, opened on May 11, 2002, and has a capacity of 68,878, which can expand by 20,000 more when necessary.

The stadium is located at One Patriot Place, Foxborough, Massachusetts.

A brief history of the New England Patriots

Despite their success in the NFL, the New England Patriots are relatively young when compared to some of their professional football counterparts. Here are a few key dates throughout the history of the organization:

  • 1959 — Boston executive Billy Sullivan receives the eighth franchise in the American Football League.
  • 1963 — The Patriots make their first AFL championship appearance, losing to the San Diego Chargers, 51-10.
  • 1971 — The Patriots try to change their name to the Bay State Patriots, but the NFL rejects the proposal. The team instead changes from Boston to New England.
  • 1976 — Wild card playoff appearance.
  • 1978 — AFC East champions.
  • 1986 — Patriots lose Super Bowl XX to the Chicago Bears, 46-10.
  • 1988 — Victor Kiam purchases the franchise.
  • 1992 — James Orthwein purchases the franchise.
  • 1994 — Robert Kraft purchases the franchise for $175 million.
  • 1997 — Patriots lose Super Bowl XXXI to the Green Bay Packers, 35-21.
  • 2000 — Patriots hire Bill Belichick as head coach.
  • 2001 — Tom Brady replaces Drew Bledsoe as starting quarterback.
  • 2002 — Super Bowl XXXVI champions over the St. Louis Rams, 20-17.
  • 2002 — Gillette Stadium opens.
  • 2004 — Super Bowl XXXVIII champions over the Carolina Panthers, 32-29.
  • 2004 — Super Bowl XXXIX champions over the Philadelphia Eagles, 24-21.
  • 2007 — Perfect 16-0 regular season record.
  • 2008 — Patriots lose Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants, 17-14.
  • 2009 — Team valued at over $1 billion.
  • 2012 — Patriots lose Super Bowl XLVI to the New York Giants, 21-17.
  • 2015 — Super Bowl XLIX champions over Seattle Seahawks, 28-24.
  • 2017 — Super Bowl LI champions over Atlanta Falcons, 34-28.
  • 2018 — Patriots lose Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles, 41-33.
  • 2019 — Super Bowl LIII champions over the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3.
  • 2020 — Tom Brady leaves New England as a free agent.

New England Patriots FAQ

The price for Patriots tickets is going to vary depending on where you sit. In 2021, the average ticket price was $131.45.

Robert Kraft, who purchased the team in 1994.

According to Forbes, as of 2021 the New England Patriots had a value of $4.4 billion.

The team has played in 11 Super Bowls and taken home the Lombardi Trophy six times. Tom Brady was the quarterback each time.

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