A sports book that refuses to count “Touchdown Tom” – even when he’s retired.
Caesars Sportsbook released Its 2022 NFL MVP odds are on Tuesday, and it’s surprisingly offering Tom Brady odds. Former Buccaneers and Patriots midfielder announced retirement earlier this month, but he was offered 45-1 odds to win his fourth MVP award.
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“If [Brady] Adam Pullen, assistant director of trading at Caesars Sportsbook, said. if Brady flips.
“We put him 45-1 just to match his age. He will turn 45 in August just before next season starts.”
Brady, whose 5,316 yard throw and 43 touchdowns led last season, has a better win rate than skilled players like Davante Adams, Nick Chubb, Dalvin Cook and Ja’Marr Chase (50-1). ). He also has better odds than other quarterbacks like Kirk Cousins, Baker Mayfield and Deshaun Watson (75-1).
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Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers are co-favorites to win the 2022 MVP award. Pullen said bettors may be hesitant to bet on Rodgers with so much uncertainty over his future, and his odds could change if he leaves the Packers.
“Everybody is looking for bigger values anyway, so I wouldn’t be surprised if there isn’t as much action on him as last season,” said Pullen. “Depending on where he goes, maybe his odds go up a little just having to learn a new system and develop chemistry with new teammates.
“But if he takes a team like Denver to the knockout stages, he’ll be seen as the reason why.”
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Will Tom Brady retire?
Brady’s MVP win rate looks crazy at first glance, but he’s not completely closed about the possibility of returning to the NFL. In a recent appearance on “Let’s go!” audio filethe seven-time Super Bowl champion told Jim Gray he’ll “take things as they come.”
“I think that’s the best way to explain it, and I don’t think so – you know, you never say never,” Brady said. “At the same time, I know that I’m very – I feel very good about my decision. I don’t know how I’ll feel six months from now.”
The 44-year-old added that he doesn’t want to “go against it” right now, and he is “looking forward to doing other things than playing.”