- Tom Brady has -115 odds to go over 275.5 passing yards on the season – almost exactly his season average.
- Brady has -145 odds to go over 1.5 touchdowns, something he's only done five times this season.
- His previous matchup against the Dallas Cowboys saw him hit under 275.5 passing yards and under 1.5 touchdowns.
TAMPA, Fla. - Tom Brady is back in the playoffs – and a matchup with the Dallas Cowboys sees his O/Us set at levels one might expect from a man 10 years younger.
Total Passing Yards - Tom Brady Odds
- Over 275.5 -115
- Under 275.5 -115
Brady’s 275.5 passing yards O/U seems extremely ambitious – except that it’s almost exactly his season average.
Brady averaged 276.1 yards per game this season, even though it was supposedly a down year.
Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face off against the Dallas Cowboys, who held Brady to only 212 yards in their matchup in Week 1.
Notably, however, Brady only had 27 passing attempts that game – his second-lowest attempt total of the entire season.
Total Passing Touchdowns - Tom Brady Odds
- Over 1.5 -145
- Under 1.5 +110
Brady is favored to go over 1.5 touchdowns on the game, meaning two or more. He averaged significantly less than two touchdowns per game this season, with a total of 25 across 17 games.
In fact, of those 17 games played, only five of them involved Brady throwing for two or more touchdowns.
Against Dallas in Week 1, Brady was held to only one touchdown. It seems the Super Bowl sportsbooks expect him to step it up in the playoffs.
Total Interceptions Thrown - Tom Brady Odds
- Over 0.5 -120
- Under 0.5 -110
Brady threw only nine interceptions on the year, which makes the shading on this line noticeable.
It should also be noted that, despite throwing nine interceptions, he only had six games with an interception.
One of those games was against this Dallas team in Week 1, however. The Cowboys are 8th in the NFL in interceptions, with 16 over the course of the season.
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