Tom Brady Looks To Sign With Either Los Angeles Chargers or Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Published on March 17th, 2020 6:22 pm EST
Written By: Dave Manuel

A legendary NFL player is moving on and changing teams. Earlier today, Tom Brady, arguably the greatest Quarterback in the history of the NFL, said goodbye to the New England Patriots and their fans.

According to reports, Brady and Patriots' owner Tom Kraft had one final conversation last night, where the two sides parted on amicable terms.

Other reports had Brady growing frustrated with the Patriots' inability to land either Stefon Diggs or Deandre Hopkins, which reportedly led him to call off his relationship with the Patriots for good.

Whatever happened, one thing is for sure - Tom Brady and the Patriots have officially parted ways.

This obviously has a major impact on the betting situation in the NFL going forward.

Here are several things that have changed as a result of Brady's announcement:

1. The New England Patriots are no longer Super Bowl favourites.

Every year for the past 15 years, the Patriots would start the preseason as one of the favourites to win the Super Bowl.

With Tom Brady out of the mix, the Patriots are now 17/1 favourites to win the Super Bowl, far behind the likes of teams like the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens.

With a QB like Dalton or Stidham leading their team, there seems to be little chance of the Patriots getting through the AFC this season, or anytime in the near future.

2. The Buffalo Bills are now the favourites to win the AFC East.

With Allen as their Quarterback and a new WR1 in Stefon Diggs, the Bills are the clear favourites to win the AFC East next year.

3. The team that signs Tom Brady will get a bump higher in the odds.

According to reports, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the favourites to land the services of Tom Brady.

Does that make them Super Bowl favourites? No.

Does that increase their odds of winning the Super Bowl? Sure.

4. The odds for the Chiefs, Ravens to come out of the AFC improve.

Kansas City and Baltimore will likely not have to worry about the Patriots anytime soon.


Bill Belichick is known as being a miracle worker, though without Tom Brady, he is going to have a much harder path to the Super Bowl.

This obviously has a ripple effect on the entirety of the NFL, with teams like the Buffalo Bills suddenly believing that they have a much better chance of winning.

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