NFL Pro Football 2017 New England Patriots Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The New England Patriots are defending Super Bowl champions. They concluded the regular season with a record of 14-2 which was best in the NFL. The team produced playoff victories at home to the Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers to make the Super Bowl. Patriots fell behind 28-3 to the Atlanta Falcons in the second half and came all the way back to earn the 34-28 overtime victory as a 3 point favorite in the big game. Including the Super Bowl the Patriots have won 10 straight games to close their season. They suffered just one loss with Tom Brady under center as the veteran quarterback was forced to serve a four game suspension to begin the season.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the New England Patriots lined at 12 ½ wins with the over favored at -120 odds with under bringing back -110 odds.

Those backing the New England Patriots in 2016 made a ton of money. New England finished 15-3-1 against the spread for regular and post season play. Their 2017 draft picks included two offensive tackles and two defensive ends with their first four picks. They have the luxury of drafting important linemen because New England can attract key free agent playmakers to their team. Brady turns 40 this season and didn’t show too many signs of aging coming off a season where he completed 67.4% of his throws with 28 touchdowns and two picks. Tom Brady missed the first four games of the season due to the inflate gate suspension. With the Patriots offense the focus of everyone what fell under the radar was the play of the New England defense. The Patriots were number one in the NFL in scoring defense by allowing 15.6 points per game. Following their bye week the schedule does get a big dicey for the Patriots as they will play four of five games away from Gillette Stadium with games at Denver, Buffalo, Miami, Pittsburgh and a game in Mexico City against the Oakland Raiders.

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