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Patriots Expected to Land Adrian Peterson According to Oddsmakers

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Apr/18/2017

Bookmaker oddsmakers have made the New England Patriots an odds-on favorite to land former Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson.  As if the Pats really need to get any better.

The Patriots finished the season with just two losses and three failed covers, giving them hands down the best record Against The Spread in 2016-2017.  This of course all culminated with a Super Bowl victory.

New England getting Peterson would pay out $30 for every $10 bet.  The Saints had the second shortest odds at +360.  Tampa Bay was coming in at 5/1 odds.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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