NFL football gambling went better than expected last year for those betting on NFL football with New England but expectations are again sky high with Brady back. Brady was injured in the first quarter of the first game of the 2008 NFL football gambling season and missed the entire season.
New England still was able to go 11-5 straight up and 9-7 against the spread and miss out on the playoffs by a tie-breaker. Those betting on NFL football with New England got tremendous value last year as the NFL football gambling expectations were low upon Brady’s injury.
Brady will be entering his 10th NFL football gambling season and is firmly established as one of the premier signal callers in the game.
What makes last season’s injury to him so bad was that he was coming off his best ever NFL football gambling season in 2007 when he passed for over 4800 yards with a staggering 50 touchdown passes and a quarterback rating of 117.2.
It was obvious that Brady had reached his NFL football gambling peak that year as New England won 18 straight games before losing the Super Bowl to blow the first perfect season since 1972. Brady has a career NFL football gambling quarterback rating of 92.9 and a career completion percentage of 63%.
Until last season he had also proven to be highly durable and went 6 consecutive NFL football gambling seasons without missing a game. Wes Walker will return as a top target for Brady. Last year he caught 111 passes for 1165 yards and 3 touchdowns.
The year before, with Brady throwing, Walker had 112 catches for 1175 yards and 8 touchdowns. Randy Moss also returns as another Brady favorite. Their last full season together in 2007 saw Moss and Brady hook up for 23 touchdowns and 1493 yards.
Open an account now for the 2009 pro football season and wager on whether the Brady Bunch will be Super!