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New England Patriots 2017 Season Betting Preview

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Jul/25/2017

Gambling911.com has your New England Patriots 2017 season betting preview with the early futures odds following immediately here.

2017-2018 Season Odds

Super Bowl 3/1

AFC East -1200

Regular Season Wins 12.5 OVER -120, UNDER -110

New England Patriots 2017 Season Betting Preview

There is speculation that the Pats could go 16-0 in 2017 and this is entirely possible as the reigning Super Bowl champs have actually improved while maintaining last year’s top notch staff. 

From USA Today’s Nate Davis:

New England Patriots (16-0): Is it bold? Sure. Kinda. But it's not like Tom Brady hasn't gone 16-0 before ... (and, really, wouldn't he and Bill Belichick secretly love to add 19-0 to their otherwise incomparable resumes?). And from the FWIW department, Brady went 14-1 last season and appears to be surrounded by an even better cast now, especially if Rob Gronkowski is, in fact, back to 100%. The division should be a cakewalk, and even one of New England's toughest road games – against the Raiders – will be at a neutral site (Mexico City). The most difficult stretch comes from Weeks 13-15, when the Pats play at Buffalo, at Miami (where they typically struggle) and at Pittsburgh for a Monday nighter Dec. 17.

Barring an injury to Brady, the OVER 12.5 promises to be a solid play.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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