Tom Brady: Even His Betting Statistics Are Amazing

Tom Brady: Even His Betting Statistics Are Amazing
Fact Checked by Pat McLoone

Less than 24 hours after legalized retail sports betting in Massachusetts launched, the Commonwealth’s favorite son retired from professional football for the second time.

This time, he says, for good.

Tom Brady, now 45, winning quarterback of seven Super Bowl titles (six with the New England Patriots), announced via his social media platforms on Wednesday morning the final chapter of his 23-year career is complete.

The announcement came one year to the day of his first retirement announcement. Brady changed his mind 40 days later to return to play in his eventual final season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Considered by most the greatest quarterback in the history of the game, Brady’s statistics back him up to win every debate.

The three-time NFL Most Valuable Player ends his career as the league’s leader in career passing yards (89,214) and touchdown passes (649). Brady is the only player to win more than five Super Bowls and has been named the game’s MVP five times.

He passed for 4,694 yards (third most in NFL) and 25 TDs this past season, his third with the Bucs. He surprised many people by winning another Super Bowl with Tampa Bay, a feat that surely would've had long odds at operators like WynnBET Massachusetts.

Brady’s Betting Stats

Everyone knows about Tom Brady’s accolades in the sport, but did you know about his accomplishments for sports bettors around the country during his career?, your source for Massachusetts sports betting promo codes, took a look at the top 12 betting items during his illustrious career.

Let’s just say, he made a lot of people happy bank accounts.

You won’t find any Massachusetts sports betting apps with these facts and numbers since mobile betting doesn’t begin until March at the earliest.

But clearly, the numbers speak for themselves. Here we go:

  • Brady has covered the spread in 56.4% of his 381 starts.
  • If you were able to bet $100 on Brady every week, you would be up $3,743.50.
  • Brady has covered more spreads (209) than the Panthers (205), Jaguars (180) or Texans (139) have wins in franchise history.
  • Brady went 37-23 straight up and 41-17-2 ATS in his career as an underdog
  • Brady was 5-5 against the spread in his Super Bowl appearances.
  • Brady was 15-12-1 ATS (55.6%) and 20-8 SU (71.4%) in Monday games in his career.
  • Brady hit the over in the over/under (O/U) in 53% of regular-season games he started.
  • Brady hit the over in 51% of playoff games he started.
  • The biggest Super Bowl payout for Tom Brady would’ve been on the 60-1 preseason odds for New England in 2001 with operators like FanDuel Sportsbook.
  • Over the last six seasons, Brady was listed as an underdog only 11 times.
  • The best live bet of all-time lives with the 28-3 comeback victory in which the Patriots hit +1600 at one point.

Now What?

Last summer, Fox Sports signed Brady to a whopping 10-year, $375 million contract to begin working as an NFL analyst on their broadcasts. He is expected to begin that work in the fall.

Brady also has his own clothing line that was launched one year ago. He also started TB12 Sports (a health and wellness brand) and founded his own production company entitled 199 Productions.

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Lou Monaco had been East Coast Scene columnist for Gaming Today in Las Vegas since June 2019, covering the East Coast sportsbook scene. He also currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media ( in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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