New England Patriots Odds
Football fans in Massachusetts can now bet on New England Patriots games either in person or online.
Here’s how to find the best Patriots odds and bet on the Patriots with legal online MA sports betting apps.
New England Patriots betting odds
Patriots fans have an extra reason to be excited for the start of the upcoming NFL season — sports betting in Massachusetts is here.
The industry launched earlier this year, and football fans in the Commonwealth can place their bets either in person or online via DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, WynnBET, Barstool or Betr.
In addition to offering a wide variety of NFL wagers, all of these platforms feature Massachusetts sportsbook promos and bonuses to new users. These are a great way to get started with sports betting, and can help add winnings to your bankroll.
Bets can also be placed at all three Massachusetts casinos: MGM Springfield, Encore Boston Harbor and Plainridge Park Casino.
There are lots of Patriots betting opportunities in Massachusetts that go beyond wagering on New England to win.
Let’s take a closer look.
New England Patriots Week 1 odds
The New England Patriots begin the 2023-24 season on Sunday, Sept. 10, at home against the Philadelphia Eagles. As the reigning NFC Champions, it’s not a surprise that the Eagles are favored by a handful of points.
Here is a quick look at the odds for this Week 1 matchup on various Massachusetts sportsbooks:
|📲 SPORTSBOOK||💰 SPREAD||🏈 MONEYLINE||💸 TOTAL|
|DraftKings MA||Eagles -4.5 (-110)|
Patriots +4.5 (-110)
|Over 46 (-110)
Under 46 (-110)
|FanDuel MA||Eagles -4 (-115)|
Patriots +4 (-105)
|Over 46.5 (-105)
Under 46.5 (-115)
|Caesars Sportsbook MA||Eagles -5 (-110)|
Patriots +5 (-110)
|Over 46 (-110)
Under 46 (-110)
|BetMGM MA||Eagles -4.5 (-15)|
Patriots +4.5 (-115)
|Over 46.5 (-105)
Under 46.5 (-115)
Most oddsmakers have the Eagles favored by 4.5 points, but Massachusetts bettors are all over the Patriots +4.5. More specifically, 60% of bets and 71% of the handle is on Patriots +4.5 on BetMGM Massachusetts.
Bettors are also loving the over. The total for the game is 46.5 on BetMGM, and 90% of bets are on the over. In addition, the over has garnered 88% of the handle.
Needless to say, Massachusetts bettors are expecting a high-scoring game.
Best 2023 New England Patriots Super Bowl odds
The start of the NFL season may still be a few months away, Super Bowl odds are offered year round. Because of that, it’s never too early to see what Patriots Super Bowl odds are available.
Super Bowl LVIII will take place on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. The game will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The table below shows the Patriots Super Bowl odds on Massachusetts sportsbooks:
|📲 SPORTSBOOK||🏆 PATRIOTS SUPER BOWL ODDS|
Latest Patriots news and updates
- May 31: Massachusetts bettors are backing the Patriots in Week 1. Most oddsmakers have the Eagles favored by 4.5 points, but 60% of bets and 71% of the handle is on Patriots +4.5 on BetMGM Massachusetts. Bettors are also loving the over. The total for the game is 46.5 on BetMGM, and 90% of bets are on the over. In addition, the over has garnered 88% of the handle.
- May 23: As a part of the NFL’s Global Markets Program, it is announced that the Patriots can now access fans in Austria for marketing, fan engagement and commercialization activations as the NFL continues global growth.
- May 15: Oddsmakers aren’t showing a lot of love to the Patriots, as they are favored in just four of their 17 games for the upcoming NFL season. That equates to just 23.5% of their games. However, that could change, as odds and lines for NFL games are constantly being adjusted by professional oddsmakers.
- April 29: In Rounds 2-7, the Patriots add a lot of depth to their roster. Draft selections include: Keion White, DE, Georgia Tech, Marte Mapu, LB, Sacramento State, Jake Andrews, C, Troy, Chad Ryland, K, Maryland, Sidy Sow, G, Eastern Michigan, Atonio Mafi, G, UCLA, Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU, Bryce Baringer, P, Michigan State, Demario Douglas, WR/PR, Liberty, Ameer Speed, CB, Michigan State, and Isaiah Bolden, CB/PK, Jackson State.
- April 27: The Patriots select defensive back Christian Gonzalez from the University of Oregon in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft. Gonzalez was drafted No. 17 overall. The Patriots initially had the No. 14 pick, but traded it to the Pittsburgh Steelers for the 17th overall pick and a fourth-round pick (No. 120) overall).
New England Patriots 2023 schedule and betting odds
The schedule for the upcoming 2023-24 NFL season has been released, meaning Patriots fans now know who their team matches up with for all 17 games.
Here’s a look at New England’s schedule and what the point spreads look like. Odds via DraftKings.
|📅 Week||🏈 Opponent||🧭 Home or away||💰 Spread|
Best Patriots futures betting odds
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. These are known as NFL team futures bets:
- Over/Under total wins for the season
- AFC Champions
- NFC Champions
- Division Champions
- To make the playoffs (Yes/No)
You can also bet on specific player awards. Here are some potential futures bets on individual players than can be found at Massachusetts sportsbooks:
- NFL Most Valuable Player
- NFL Comeback Player of the Year
- Offensive Rookie of the Year
- Defensive Rookie of the Year
Here is a look at the best Patriots futures odds for the upcoming season:
|📲 SPORTSBOOK||🏆 SUPER BOWL ODDS||🏅 AFC ODDS||🎫 AFC EAST DIVISION ODDS||🏟️ TO MAKE THE PLAYOFFS||🏈 WIN TOTAL|
|Over 7.5 (+110)
Under 7.5 (-130)
|Over 7.5 (-105)
Under 7.5 (-115)
|Caesars Sportsbook||+6000||+3500||+1000||Yes (+250)|
|Over 7.5 (-115)
Under 7.5 (-105)
|Over 7.5 (-120)
Under 7.5 (+100)
Patriots prop bets
Each week, sportsbooks offer a lot more than simple moneyline, spread and total bets. Other popular types of wagers include prop bets. These come in the form of both team and player props.
Common NFL player props for individual games include a QB throwing over or under his listed total for passing yards.
For example, consider a game in which Mac Jones’ passing yards total is listed at 210.5. If you bet on the over, you would need Jones to throw for at least 211 yards to win your bet. If you bet on the under, you would need Jones to stay under 210.5 passing yards to win.
Other types of player props include rushing yards, receptions, total rushes, and touchdowns. At some sportsbooks, you also may find season-long player total bets that take into account the full season or (potentially) some happenings in the offseason. These are some season-long player prop bets:
- NFL rushing leader and NFL passing leader
- Total passing yards from a specific quarterback (Over/Under)
- Total rushing yards for a specific running back (Over/Under)
- Number of interceptions thrown for a specific quarterback (Over/Under)
- Number of receiving touchdowns for a specific receiver (Over/Under)
- First overall selection in the NFL Draft
Below are of Patriots prop bets you can make right now.
Mac Jones prop bets
Matthew Judon prop bets
Rhamondre Stevenson prop bets
Best New England Patriots betting sites
Latest Patriots transactions, injuries
NFL Draft recap
The NFL Draft took place in April, and the Patriots added a lot of young talent to their roster.
In total, New England drafted 11 players. Here they are:
Round 1, No. 17 overall: Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon
Round 2, No. 46 overall: Keion White, DE, Georgia Tech
Round 3, No. 76 overall: Marte Mapu, LB, Sacramento State
Round 4, No. 107 overall: Jake Andrews, C, Troy
Round 4, No. 112 overall: Chad Ryland, K, Maryland
Round 4, No. 117 overall: Sidy Sow, G, Eastern Michigan
Round 5, No. 144 overall: Atonio Mafi, G, UCLA
Round 6, No. 187 overall: Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU
Round 6, No. 192 overall: Bryce Baringer, P, Michigan State
Round 6, No. 210 overall: Demario Douglas, WR/PR, Liberty
Round 6, No. 214 overall: Ameer Speed, CB, Michigan State
Round 7, No. 245 overall: Isaiah Bolden, CB/PK, Jackson State
As the season draws nearer, we will keep you updated on all the latest Patriots injury news here.
|Marte Mapu, LB||Pectoral||Questionable|
|Cody Davis, S||Knee||Questionable|
|Ronnie Perkins, LB||Ankle||Questionable|
|Ty Montgomery, WR||Shoulder||Questionable|
|Jack Jones, CB||Knee||Questionable|
|Chasen Hines, OG||Undisclosed||Questionable|
How to bet on the New England Patriots
When betting on the NFL, you will find a seemingly endless amount of wagers on Massachusetts sportsbooks.
However, there are three types of bets that are the most popular: moneyline, spreads and totals (Over/Under).
Here is how they work:
A moneyline bet is a bet on a team to win a specific game. You choose what team you think will win, with potential winnings based on the odds at the time of your bet. For example, if you bet on the Patriots to win and they do, you win money. Simple as that.
When betting on the moneyline, it’s important to know that favorites are noted with a minus-sign (-), while underdogs are noted with a plus-sign (+). If a sportsbook lists the Patriots with odds of -140, they are the favorite. In this scenario, you would have to bet $140 to win $100 with a Patriots victory. If the odds have the Patriots at +120, they are the underdog. A $100 bet would win you $120 with a Pats win.
Point spread betting is a great way to get in on the action. Spread bets are a bit more complicated than moneyline bets. It’s a bet on a team to win by exceeding a certain margin of victory, or to avoid losing by more than a specific number of points.
Much like moneyline bets, favorites are noted with a minus-sign (-), while underdogs are noted with a plus-sign (+). For example, consider a game in which the Patriots are 5.5-point underdogs against the Buffalo Bills. New England would be noted +5.5 on the spread. If you bet on the Patriots, you would need them to either win the game outright, or lose by five points or less, thus covering the spread. If they are 5.5-point favorites (-5.5), you would need them to win by at least six points to win your wager.
Most spread bets tend to be around odds of -110 on either side, although they can vary.
Patriots total (Over/Under)
A total bet is a bet on the combined score in a game. You can bet on the two teams to have a combined score of over or under a specific number.
If the over/under is listed at 42.5, and you bet the over, you would need both teams to put up a combined score of at least 43 points to win. For example, a final score of 28-20 would give you a win. Conversely, if you bet the under, you would need the total score to stay under 42.5 points. Say a 17-10 final.
Like spread bets, bets on the total tend to be around -110 odds on either side, but they can also vary.
2023 New England Patriots playoff chances
The New England Patriots are a storied NFL franchise with a rich history of winning. However, professional oddsmakers are not showing too much faith in the Pats for this upcoming season.
New England’s win total is listed at 7.5 on most Massachusetts sportsbooks, and for now, the Patriots appear to be on the outside looking in for the playoffs.
On DraftKings Massachusetts, the Patriots have odds of +225 to make the playoffs, and -265 to miss they playoffs. Their +225 odds to make the playoffs indicate an implied probability of 30.77%. Conversely, their odds of -265 to miss the playoffs indicates an implied probability of 72.6%.
But, it is still very early, and as we know, anything can happen. In addition, playoff odds are known to fluctuate constantly, so it would not be surprising to see these odds change before the season starts.
2022 Patriots betting results
The Patriots finished the 2022-23 NFL season with a record of 8-9 and missed the playoffs. They are looking to get back to the postseason in 2023-24.
Betting-wise, the Pats finished the season with a record of 7-9-1 against the spread. Their games went over the total eight times, while staying under the total nine times.
Here is a closer look at how the Patriots fared in the betting world last season:
- SU: 8-9
- ATS: 7-9-1
- O/U: 8-9
- ATS-Home: 3-5
- ATS-Road: 4-4-1
- ATS-Favorite: 4-2-1
- ATS-Underdog: 3-7
A brief history of the New England Patriots
Despite their success in the NFL, the New England Patriots are a relatively young franchise when compared to some of their NFL 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 odds FAQs
Super Bowl odds for the New England Patriots will fluctuate throughout the offseason and upcoming NFL season. However, as of May, the Patriots’ Super Bowl odds ranged from +4500 on FanDuel to +6500 on DraftKings.
Yes! The sports betting industry has launched in Massachusetts. Seven MA mobile betting apps are currently available. In addition, bets are accepted at MGM Springfield, Encore Boston Harbor and Plainridge Park Casino.
You must be 21 years of age or older to place a sports bet at Massachusetts sportsbooks, both in person and online.
+1100. When the New England Patriots fell behind the Atlanta Falcons 28-3 with 8:41 left in the third quarter of Super Bowl 51, New England’s live moneyline odds were +1100 at Nevada’s William Hill sportsbooks. That’s an implied losing probability of 8.33%.
The owner of the New England Patriots is Robert Kraft. He purchased the team back in 1994. According to Forbes, as of 2021 the New England Patriots had a value of $4.4 billion.
The New England Patriots have been to the Super Bowl 11 times. They have won six Super Bowls in franchise history (2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018).