New England Patriots Odds

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For the football faithful in Massachusetts, cheering on the New England Patriots could soon add another level of engagement — online sports betting. Sports betting in Massachusetts has been approved, and when the industry launches, football fans will have plenty of sports gambling options.

This page will go over all the ins and outs of wagering on the Patriots when the sports betting industry goes live in Massachusetts.

Patriots Week 4 Point Spread

The Patriots are in Green Bay this week to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers at Lambeau Field. The Pats find themselves as 9.5-point underdogs on most sports betting platforms. The spread is as high as 10.5 on some sportsbooks. The over/under is listed at 43.5.

Patriots Super Bowl Odds

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NFL Betting Odds

There are seemingly endless betting options when it comes to the NFL. Bettors can choose from point spreads, moneylines, player props, team props, and player/team futures. As of September 29, the Buffalo Bills are the odds-on favorite to win Super Bowl LVII with +400 odds on DraftKings Sportsbook.

Patriots Betting Odds

When it comes to NFL betting, no matter what you are looking to bet on, odds are you can find it at various Massachusetts sportsbooks. For single-game wagers, the most common bets include moneylines, point spreads, and totals (over/under). But it doesn’t end there. Sportsbooks also have other NFL betting markets that include player props, team props, and both player and team futures.

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 thrown by 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

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)

Bettors 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

New England Patriots Coaches And 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. He has been the man in charge at the head coaching position since 2000.

For the 2022-23 season, here were the main coaches for the New England Patriots:

  • Head coach: Bill Belichick
  • Senior football advisor/offensive line: Matt Patricia
  • Quarterbacks coach: Joe Judge
  • 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 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 FAQs

The price for Patriots tickets is going to vary depending on where in the stadium 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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