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Where Can I Bet on Tom Brady Bill Belichick Shaking Hands After Bucs-Patriots Game?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/30/2021

BetUS is offering a prop bet on whether former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady shakes hands with - or even hugs - his one time coach of New England Bill Belichick when the Tampa Bay Bucs head to Foxboro this Sunday night.

A new book about the Patriots entitled "It's Better to be Feared" will be published next month, with some excerpts were released Tuesday via ESPN just in time for Sunday's game.

The book of course details what would ultimately become a frosty relationship between Brady and Belichick.  One of the details includes the Pats head coach not meeting with Brady before leaving the organization.

Here are the prop bets being offered for this highly anticipated matchup.  It should be noted that Tampa Bay opened at -5.5 with the line moving to -7.

Brady/Belichick no touching -120

Brady/Belichick shake hands only +250

Brady/Belichick shake hands/embrace +250

Brady/Belichick hug +600

Brady/Belichick high five +1000


What will be shown first during broadcast?

Brady with no shirt at NFL Combine +200

Bledsoe injury leading to Brady's tenure -300

 

Who will be shown first during broadcast?

Robert Kraft -200

Julian Edelman +200

Gisele Bundchen +275


Then there is the question of television ratings.  This one is expected to be huge.

To get a better perspective, through the first two weeks of this young season, ESPN's Monday Night Football is averaging 14.6 million viewers (two games), up 19% from 2019 (three games) and 23% from 2020 (three games).

This one will be broadcast Sunday night on NBC.  An average Sunday Night Football game averages 16.8 million viewers.

How many people will watch Bucs vs. Pats?

Over 27.5 million

Under 27.5 million

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