NFL Pro Football 2015 New England Patriots Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 New England Patriots concluded play in their regular season with a record of 12-4. They hosted Baltimore and Indianapolis in the AFC playoffs and won both games to go to the Super Bowl. The Patriots were Super Bowl Champions as they posted the dramatic 28-24 victory to Seattle as a -1 point favorite as an intercepted pass in the closing seconds near their end zone gave New England the win.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the New England Patriots lined to win 10 ½ games with over the total favored by -135 odds. A bet on under the total of 10 ½ wins will return +105 odds.

There are many question marks for the Patriots as they get ready to open the season. Tom Brady is looking at a possible four game suspension to open the season after the deflating football issue in last year’s AFC Championship Game. If he can’t play it will be backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo under center. He enters just his second season and in mop up duty for Tom Brady in 2014 he completed 19 of 27 passes for 182 yards with a touchdown. He was a second round draft pick out of Eastern Illinois with a strong arm. With Brady 38, Garoppolo is targeted as the quarterback of the future for New England and what better way to see if he is ready for that assignment than the first four games of 2015.

One of the biggest losses in free agency from the offseason was all purpose running back Shane Vereen who is now a New York Giant. Vereen was quick to the outside of a hole and was a good pass catcher as an outlet receiver. He had speed and the ability of making a short dump off pattern into something bigger. LeGarrette Blount will pound the line as the lead running back. Jonas Gray in his second season out of Notre Dame will get carries after rushing for 412 yards on 89 rushes and five touchdowns in 2014. The Patriots will line up wide with Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola but the depth behind appears to thin a bit from previous seasons.

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