How To Bet On New England Patriots

Eight straight AFC East titles. Fourteen playoff appearances since 2001, and eight in a row from 2008-16. Twenty-five playoff victories since 2001, including 10 straight postseason wins between 2001-05, an NFL record. The Patriots have won an NFL-leading 138 games in the past decade and are the benchmark for what a NFL franchise should be. And while Tom Brady is nearing 40 and they consistently undergo player movement, as all NFL teams must endure in a salary cap world, the key to success for the Patriots isn’t their personnel as much as it appears to be the people in charge of acquiring that personnel. [+]

New England just seems to know not only when to replace key parts of the equation, but who to get to replace them, both via the draft and free agency, to keep the equation adding up to more wins.

For a long time, and not all that long ago, nobody feared the New England Patriots. As recently as between the 1989-93 NFL seasons the Patriots won a measly 19 games. 

An original American Football League team when the league was formed in 1960, between 1960-84, the Patriots made the playoffs four times and won a solitary postseason game. From 1965-75 the team enjoyed just one winning season. But in 1985 the Patriots found their form, winning three straight road games as a wildcard playoff entry to earn the AFC Championship and reach the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history. 

Best New England Patriots Betting Lines

We provide the best Patriots betting lines below, so keep your eye on them and find the game that is most appealing. Don’t forget to take into account the variety of betting types. 

 

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New England Patriots Regular Season Schedule

The New England Patriots regular season schedule is listed right here and it’s been a long time since the NFL season wasn’t a rewarding one for the Patriots. [+]

They’ve won at least 10 games every season since 2003, and haven’t endured a season with more losses than wins since a 5-11 slate in 2000, the year before New England won its first Super Bowl title.

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August 2017 (4)
Thu 10 Jaguars 31 - 24 Patriots +136 -156 Odds
Sat 19 Patriots 23 - 27 Houston Texans -120 +100 Odds
Fri 25 Patriots 30 - 28 Detroit Lions Odds
Thu 31 New York Giants 40 - 38 Patriots +130 -149 Odds
September 2017 (3)
Thu 7 Chiefs 42 - 27 Patriots +385 -455 Odds
Sun 17 Patriots 36 - 20 Saints -238 +200 Odds
Sun 24 Houston Texans 33 - 36 Patriots +725 -1000 Odds
October 2017 (5)
Sun 1 Panthers 33 - 30 Patriots +405 -500 Odds
Thu 5 Patriots 19 - 14 Buccaneers -196 +170 Odds
Sun 15 Patriots 13:00 New York Jets -455 +375 Odds
Sun 22 Atlanta Falcons 20:30 Patriots Odds
Sun 29 Chargers 13:00 Patriots Odds
November 2017 (3)
Sun 12 Patriots 20:30 Denver Broncos Odds
Sun 19 Patriots 16:25 Oakland Raiders Odds
Sun 26 Miami Dolphins 13:00 Patriots
December 2017 (5)
Sun 3 Patriots 13:00 Buffalo Bills Odds
Mon 11 Patriots 20:30 Miami Dolphins Odds
Sun 17 Patriots 16:25 Steelers
Sun 24 Buffalo Bills 13:00 Patriots
Sun 31 New York Jets 13:00 Patriots

What Are The New England Patriots Standings

When you look at the AFC East standings listed below, expect to find the New England Patriots right on the top of the group.

 

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1 Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs 5 5 0 164 111 1.000
2 Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers 5 4 1 105 94 0.800
3 Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers 5 4 1 137 112 0.800
4 Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles 5 4 1 137 99 0.800
5 Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons 4 3 1 104 89 0.750
6 Denver Broncos Denver Broncos 4 3 1 98 74 0.750
7 Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens 5 3 2 90 97 0.600
8 Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills 5 3 2 89 74 0.600
9 Detroit Lions Detroit Lions 5 3 2 123 97 0.600
10 Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars 5 3 2 139 83 0.600
11 Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams 5 3 2 152 121 0.600
12 Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings 5 3 2 99 93 0.600
13 New England Patriots New England Patriots 5 3 2 148 142 0.600
14 New York Jets New York Jets 5 3 2 92 106 0.600
15 Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers 5 3 2 99 89 0.600
16 Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks 5 3 2 110 87 0.600
17 Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins 4 2 2 41 67 0.500
18 New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints 4 2 2 93 78 0.500
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 2 2 85 83 0.500
20 Washington Redskins Washington Redskins 4 2 2 91 89 0.500
21 Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals 5 2 3 81 125 0.400
22 Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals 5 2 3 84 83 0.400
23 Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys 5 2 3 125 132 0.400
24 Houston Texans Houston Texans 5 2 3 144 130 0.400
25 Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts 5 2 3 97 159 0.400
26 Oakland Raiders Oakland Raiders 5 2 3 108 109 0.400
27 Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans 5 2 3 110 142 0.400
28 Chicago Bears Chicago Bears 5 1 4 78 124 0.200
29 San Diego Chargers San Diego Chargers 5 1 4 99 115 0.200
30 Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns 5 0 5 77 124 0
31 New York Giants New York Giants 5 0 5 82 122 0
32 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers 5 0 5 89 120 0

How to Win New England Patriots Bets

They Patriots haven’t finished worse than second in the division in the past 16 seasons and the two second-place finishes were the result of lost tiebreakers. And in 2016, the Patriots were winners on the field and at the betting windows.

New England’s 14-2 record was only slightly ahead of the Patriots’ impressive 13-3 mark against the spread, far and away the best in the NFL. The Patriots were even a better team ATS on the road (7-1) than they were on home turf at Gillette Stadium (6-2). 

Like him or not, Tom Brady is a winner. It’s as simple as that. Brady holds the NFL record for the most playoff wins (25) and most playoff games started (34).

Brady has been awarded the NFL’s most valuable player trophy twice and has been named Super Bowl MVP four times, one of only four players to win multiple Super Bowl MVP awards.

Brady’s 34 playoff game appearances are the most by any player in NFL history. He’s also is the all-time NFL leader among quarterbacks in Super Bowl appearances (seven), and conference final games (11). He and Charles Haley share the record with five Super Bowl wins.

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