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Brady’s impact on Bucs’ and Pats’ Super Bowl odds

There are plenty of sports that people are a fan of, but many people who enjoy watching the sport also enjoy betting on them. This is something that can be easily done on a site like Footballindexanalysis.com, or whichever one takes your fancy (depending on your favourite sport of course). But while most of the sports betting world is on hold, Tom Brady’s cross-conference move has had a massive impact on the NFL futures markets.

On February 3, the day after the Super Bowl, the Buccaneers had 66-1, or +6600, odds to win Super Bowl LV. Yesterday morning, Tampa’s odds opened at 33-1, then moved to 25-1 and dropped as low as 12-1.

Currently, the Bucs odds to win the Super Bowl are 20-1. If you’re thinking of placing any bets on the Super Bowl, you might want to look into the various Sportsbooks to find yourself some of the best odds to gamble with.

All NFL futures odds courtesy of SportsBetting.ag (subject to change): https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/nfl-futures

In terms of AFC South odds, the Saints remain odds-on favorites (-125) to take the division again, but Tampa’s odds went from 8-1 to 2-1 following the Brady news. These odds could obviously keep changing before everyone starts to place an abundance of bets as matches start underway again. In order to keep up with fluctuating odds on various teams or matches, it could be advantageous to look into something like this Oddsmonkey review or similar. This allows sports betters to stay on top of their latest odds to try and maximize their returns for any potential bets.

The Bucs currently have the third-best odds to win the NFC at 17-2, or +850.

For New England, its odds have shifted with a question mark at quarterback, but not as much as you might think.

“As long as they have that hooded genius roaming the sidelines in Foxboro, the Patriots are never going to be too far off from the favorite position,” said Robert Cooper, head linesman at SportsBetting.ag.

The Patriots had 12-1 Super Bowl odds yesterday morning, but now their chances have jumped to 20-1. Their odds to win the AFC are third at 10-1.

And despite the loss of Brady, the Pats remain odds-on favorites to capture another AFC East crown at -110. But just a week ago, they were -250.

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