Is A Tom Brady, Patriots Reunion As Close As Sportsbooks Say?

  • Tom Brady will be an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career.
  • The New England Patriots are the early favorites to re-sign Tom Brady.
  • The Tennessee Titans have shorter odds after Brady was seen FaceTiming coach Vrabel.

FOXBORO, Mass. – As the NFL’s free agency period approaches one of the biggest names on the market will be six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady who will be an unrestricted free agent.

Although Brady’s numbers took a slight dip this season the Patriots defense made up for the offensive shortcomings and New England still made the playoffs with a 12-4 record.

The 42-year old Brady threw for 4,057 yards, 24 touchdowns, and eight interceptions while completing 60.8% of his passes in 2019. The completion percentage was a concern for Brady as it was his lowest since 2013 but shouldn’t affect his value on the market.

Tom Brady Week 1 Team Betting Odds

While there will be many teams hurling money towards Brady for his services, sportsbooks are listing the New England Patriots with -150 odds to bring back the face of their franchise.

Although it may require a slight pay cut for Brady to return to New England, the Patriots give Brady the best chance at getting back to the Super Bowl.

It’ll be hard to see Tom Brady suiting up for any team outside of the Patriots but if it does happen that is the nature of the business.

Tennessee Titans (+500)

If Brady does leave the Patriots, the team with the shortest odds to sign him is the Tennessee Titans.

The sportsbook BetOnline lists the Titans as having +500 odds to ink Brady to a deal in free agency. The Titans not only eliminated New England from the playoffs this year but their head coach Mike Vrabel played for the Patriots from 2001-2008 and is close friend of Tom Brady’s.

The Titans also have a young team and solid defense and although Ryan Tannehill had a great season last year, him coming back to Tennessee is far from a guaranteed deal.

If Brady is willing to sign for less than Tannehill and the Titans bring back Derrick Henry, that would easily make Tennessee a Super Bowl 55 contender.

Las Vegas Raiders (+600)

Next on the odds board is the Las Vegas Raiders who have +600 odds and have made it no secret they’re looking for an upgrade over current starting quarterback Derek Carr.

Brady would be that upgrade for the Raiders and give them some star power in their first season in Las Vegas. The Raiders have the ninth most cap space in the NFL going into this offseason and will need to add more pieces especially wide receivers to make a legitimate run at Brady.

A Brady-Gruden relationship would be one of the more polarizing duos in the NFL but translating that into on-field success will be the hardest part especially with a lackluster defense and receiving corps the Raiders have.

Los Angeles Chargers (+600)

The Los Angeles Chargers find themselves fishing the quarterback market for the first time in a while as they split mutually agreed to part ways with Phillip Rivers after 16 seasons.

The Chargers do have playmakers at the skill positions and a defense loaded with talent, but the offensive line is what held this team back last year.

Brady could elect to travel West to his home state of California and sign with the Chargers but it’s a longer shot than the +600 odds suggest.

The Chargers will be looking for a younger more mobile quarterback in this year’s draft rather than bringing in Brady.

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