Those of us waiting with immense anticipation for the new NFL season, hopefully, one that won’t be riddled with issues relating to coronavirus restrictions, will certainly be excited by some of the match-ups set to occur in week one.
Without a doubt the best game of the week will see Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, fresh from victory in last year’s Super Bowl, hosting the Dallas Cowboys.
That will give Dak Prescott quite a location for the start of what might well be a pivotal season for the star quarterback, where he’ll no doubt want to prove that the $66m signing fee is money well spent.
Brady vs Prescott
America’s team at the Raymond James Stadium, Brady vs Prescott, is a good way to get the ball rolling on the regular season and it promises to be quite the occasion. That’s why we’d suggest searching for your NFL predictions today, as many sportsbooks are offering more competitive odds as a way of enticing your action.
Tom Brady, and his seven Super Bowl rings, will no doubt be raring to go and Tampa Bay’s awesome defense is sure to cause the Cowboys no end of troubles.
Though this is for many very much a case of Brady vs Prescott, there are other talents to get excited about. Brady’s success depends on his ability to connect with the likes of Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski, Mike Evans and Ronald Jones II.
Prescott will look for similar assistance from Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and CeeDee Lamb. Of course last season Dallas failed to secure a postseason berth, thanks to a rather limp 6-10 regular season, and most sportsbooks have them at around +2800 to win their first NFL title since 1995.
Dallas Worth Backing for an Improved Season
Dallas have of course managed to give that Super Bowl drought a watering, winning the NFC East in 2014, 2016 and 2018 and fans of the AT&T Stadium side will hope that their team can show some backbone at the back-end of the season.
The Cowboys have looked to improve their defense in the draft by bringing in Micah Parsons to help shore things up.
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Tom Brady on the other hand helped Tampa Bay to only their second Super Bowl triumph, and first in 18 years, as he proved age is merely a number when you are arguably the best QB of all-time.
Therefore it may be worth punting on lightning striking twice, especially as most sportsbooks have lengthened odds on another Tampa Bay Super Bowl victory.
Kansas City Chiefs, who lost out to Tampa last time around, are considered the favorites with most brands, with odds of around +500, but if you want to back Brady and the Bucs you’ll get as much as +700.
Now if you want to take a bet on Brady being MVP, a title he picked up for the fifth time last time around, then you can get as much as +1600, and that’s an offer not to be missed.