Malik Tz | Mon 30/01/2017 - 05:17 EST

Patriots Odds To Win The Super Bowl 2017

Patriots Odds To Win The Super Bowl 2017
Week One of the NFL Championship Sunday to Super Bowl break has passed and we are now just six sleeps away from the 2017 National Football League title game. The New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons have both arrived in the Lone Star State to begin practicing for Super Bowl LI that’s scheduled to kick off at 6:30 PM ET on February 5, 2017, at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.

New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds

Been there – done that is a familiar refrain for New England as the Patriots prepare to play in a NFL record ninth Super Bowl. That’s a remarkable accomplishment as the Pats are passing the Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos who have played in eight NFL Championship games. Given their over postseason experience, the way they romped through the regular season, plus their pair of impressive playoff wins, it is not surprising that Tom Brady & Co. are Super Bowl LI favorites.

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New England rolls into the Lone Star State following a 14-2 regular season run that was punctuated with seven straight wins to close out their 2016 NFL schedule. Despite missing star quarterback Tom Brady, for the first four games of the campaign due to the Deflategate saga, the Patriots posted a 3-1 mark with two backup pivots guiding the ship. Once Captain America returned, New England went 11-1 to close out the year and they outscored their opponents by a 441-250 overall count.

New England Patriots Chances To Win Super Bowl LI

As a short answer, to the “New England Patriots Chances To Win Super Bowl LI’ question, we’d say they appear to be pretty damn good. In addition to their remarkable regular season run, the Patriots were lights out during their two playoff game victories that propelled them to Houston. Following a bye, during Wild Card Weekend, New England hosted Houston at Gillette Stadium and toppled the Texans 34-16 during the Divisional Playoff round – thanks largely to their smothering defense.

Playing in a sixth straight AFC Championship Sunday match, New England pounded the Pittsburgh Steelers 36-17 to advance to Super Bowl LI. The two playoff wins pushed the Pats winning run to nine straight games and they outscored their opponents by a stunning 270-120 combined count. Some quick math reveals that New England won their last nine games by a 30-13 average margin. Despite being without all-star TE Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots are loaded on both sides of the ball.

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Super Bowl History: New England Patriots Bill Belichick and Tom Brady

Akin to the NHL Detroit Red Wings, the NBA San Antonio Spurs, and MLB St. Louis Cardinals, New England has been the model NFL franchise for over two decades. A quick look at the Pats season by season history reveals a winning tradition that is unmatched by any other NFL squad. Since head coach Bill Belichick took over the team, and QB Tom Brady became a full time starter in 2001, New England has advanced to the NFL playoffs during 14 times during 16 seasons. The two times the Patriots didn’t make the playoffs were in 2002 when they sputtered to a 9-7 record and 2008 when Brady was lost for the season in Week One. Apart from that – it’s been smooth sailing for the Pats.

After losing their first two NFL title game appearances prior to Belichick & Brady era, 46-10 in Super Bowl XX to the Chicago Bears and 35-21 in Super Bowl XXXI to the Green Bay Packers, the Patriots postseason fortunes turned around dramatically. During their current winning run, New England is 24-9 in postseason action and they have captured four Super Bowl Championships. Their latest Vince Lombardi Trophy was claimed after a dramatic 28-24 Super Bowl XLIX victory over the Seattle Seahawks. We will be back with our definitive title match prediction later in the week. However, in the meantime, get yourself setup for Super Bowl LI by registering a sports betting account at any of these top ranked online sportsbooks. These bookmakers are the best in betting business.

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