The New England Patriots, for years a powerhouse in the NFL, look to regain their edge and return to the postseason after missing the playoffs for the second time in three years after making 11 consecutive trips.
Fans already can get a glimpse at the Patriots odds to win the Super Bowl, make the playoffs and more.
New England opens training camp at Gillette Stadium in less than one week.
Rookies report July 21 and veterans come in July 25.
With the excitement of the first football season of sports betting among Commonwealth residents, BetMassachusetts.com – your source for sports betting in Massachusetts- utilized data from SportsOddsHistory.com to determine how many primetime games last season went over or under.
NFL Primetime Over-Under in 2022
Here is what we found:
Clear ‘Under’ Numbers in 2022
Four primetime nights all came in “under” last season.
In total, under compiled a 33-20-2 record with a 61.82%-win percentage last season. Over had just a 38.18%-win rate.
For the season, Thursday night had an under record of 10-7, with the average score, 25.5-15.2.
Under had the most victories on Sunday night (18 games) with a 12-6 record, with an average score of 25-16.7.
Monday night (17 games) had the most points scored for the winner with an average score of 26.6-13.6, but under still ruled the roost with a 9-6-2 record.
Late in the season, Saturday night (three games) came onto the scene and under still won (2-1 record, with an average score of 21.7-18.3).
Four Primetime Matchups This Season
Massachusetts sports betting apps will be providing odds for four primetime matchups for the Patriots in 2023.
After opening the season at home against last year’s Super Bowl runner-up, the Philadelphia Eagles, on Sunday, Sept. 10 (CBS, 4:25 p.m.), the Patriots will host the Miami Dolphins the following Sunday (NBC, 8:20).
The Patriots will host Miami in a night game for just the third time in its history and own a 2-0 record in previous matchups.
Their last three primetime games will be played in consecutive weeks following Thanksgiving, just as it did last season.
It begins Thursday, Dec. 7, when the Patriots visit the Pittsburgh Steelers (Amazon Prime, 8:15). They return home against the Kansas City Chiefs Monday, Dec. 18 (ABC, 8:15).
The last will be at the Denver Broncos on Christmas Eve (NFL Network, 8:15).
WynnBET Sportsbook Future Odds
Here are the future odds for the Patriots from WynnBet sportsbook coming off the weekend. Be sure to claim the WynnBet Massachusetts promo code if you plan to place any of these wagers:
- Win the AFC East (+800)
- Win the AFC (+3000)
- Win the Super Bowl (+5000)
One note to consider: WynnBET has New England as the favorite (+800) to lead the NFL in defensive touchdowns in the regular season.
The climb to the top once again continues.
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