ToTom Brady embarks on his 21st season in the NFL next month after claiming another Super Bowl ring last February.
To determine just how much of a safe pair of hands Brady is, the team at Bonusfinder assessed 21 years worth of data to assess if Tom Brady’s record against the spread was actually profitable or not.
Tom Brady Betting Stats
Considered as ‘The Greatest of all Time’ (GOAT), the former New England Patriots man is 59.3% against the spread in regular season games since making his debut in 2000. According to our analysis, the 44-year-old has defied the spread a whopping 178 times in his career so far, and could be poised for further success in the 2021/22 season with the reigning champions.
Based on $100 bets each time, our calculations show that you would be $4,081.98 in profit, earning over $200 a season in the process. Based on simple maths, upping your stake to $1,000 bets each time and TB12 would have earned you a very healthy $40,819 to date.
Not all points spreads are created equally. We used match previews and assessed results from ESPN.com and NFL.com to create our study.
Brady’s best season against the spread came in 2016, just months after the infamous ‘deflategate’ scandal. He missed the first four games of the season but ended his campaign 12-2-1 against the spread (play offs included).
The New England Patriots covered the handicap in their last seven matches that year, including in the dramatic 34-28 comeback victory in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons four years ago.
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