Gambling on sports with New England last year was again profitable despite the fact that quarterback Tom Brady missed the entire online gambling season. Many of those gambling on sports thought that the Patriots were dead once Brady went down in the first quarter of the first game last year but New England provided excellent online gambling value to those who stuck with them and finished 11-5 straight up and 9-7 against the gambling on sports line.
New England had the misfortune of playing in the much tougher AFC rather than the NFC. One of the biggest gambling on sports examples of the disparity between the two conferences was last year when New England crushed eventual NFC champion Arizona 47-7 for an easy payoff.
Brady has been working out and is expected to make a full recovery and be in top form this upcoming gambling on sports NFL season. The Patriots obviously must believe all is well as they dealt Brady’s replacement for last year, Matt Cassel, to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kevin O’Connell is the backup for this year and has virtually zero gambling on sports experience as last year he attempted just 6 passes, completing 4 for 23 yards. The Patriots are highly vulnerable if Brady goes down again.
Brady will enter the gambling on sports without offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Josh McDaniels, who left New England for the head coaching position at Denver. Brady’s favorite target will be veteran Randy Moss, who had another stellar season in 2008 for those gambling on sports with New England.
Moss had 69 catches for 1008 yards and 11 touchdowns. As good as Moss was, however, Wes Walker was just as valuable as he caught 111 passes for 1165 yards and 3 touchdowns. Sammy Morris was strong at running back last year and will enter his tenth NFL season for 2009.
Morris had 727 yards and a 4.7 yards per carry average with 7 touchdowns. With Brady back in the fold and a top 10 ranked defense the Patriots, if they stay healthy, will be tough to beat.
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