Patriots’ Super Bowl Odds Have Skyrocketed During Hot Streak


Photo: Billie Weiss

Photo: Billie Weiss

On today’s “Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell," RJ and AJ Hoffman react to the Patriots improved odds to win the Super Bowl. New England has been the hottest team in the NFL, and QB Mac Jones has been playing above his expectations at the start of the season. The hot streak has skyrocketed the Patriots odds to win the Super Bowl, which now sits at +650, and tied for 6th with the LA Rams.

RJ Bell: “Belichick is 69 years old, and last year there was stat that said the average winning percentage of Hall of Fame coaches after the age of 60 was 52%. Belichick’s winning percentage has only increased after he turned 60, so he’s only getting better. The Patriots have been prioritizing defense, and running the ball with old-school power.”
AJ Hoffman: “On top of that, Mac Jones has had the most yards per-pass attempt for this past month at 8.63. The Patriots aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.”