The statistics, all that I care about, say yes. The defense is also strong at Linebacker, led by NFL Defensive Rookie of the year Jerod Mayo.
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In 2009, they look fantastic. I found myself a winner. That gives us a hint, pick a good team.
I opened up the NFL Futures List with odds to win Superbowl XLIV and folks, I didn’t get past the first team.
By: Rich Allen
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Is it wise to bet every week on a front runner. At defensive line, opposing teams face murderers row in past Pro Bowlers, Richard Seymour, Vince Wilfork, and Derrick Burgess; Ty Warren, the only man never to have been to Hawaii on NFL business is arguably the best of the bunch. The New England Patriots are the odds on favorites to win the Superbowl (bet $100 to win $425) and I have to tell you, they look great. They found 2 starting DBs in free agency, Leigh Bodden and Sean Springs, and spent their top draft pick on Safety Pat Chung, and another 2nd round pick on m88 Cornerback Darius Butler. Betting the Patriots has been a profitable endeavor the last 2 seasons. Brady is no dummy and he realizes that he has a team of veterans and the future is now for New England. This team has most of the same offensive weapons it had in their record breaking 2007 season and there is no reason to believe New England won’t be the top offensive team in the league in 2009. In 2007, the 16-0 team was 12-4 against the spread and in 2008, despite losing the reigning MVP, Tom Brady, they finished the year 11-5 and 9-7 against the spread.
On defense, the team has done a lot to shore up the secondary that so hurt them in 2008. If the Patriots stay healthy and march to a Superbowl, as the oddsmakers suggest they may, then betting on the New England Patriots every week will prove to be a profitable endeavor, as it was the last 2 years.
In 2008, the best teams against the spread were good teams overall (as usual). Baltimore was 11-5 overall and 12-4 against the spread, The New York Giants were 12-4 overall and against the spread, and the Tennessee Titans were 13-3 overall and 12-4 against the spread. The main difference I see is that their running game is even stronger than it was in 2007. Look for New England to not score quite as much as they did in 2007, but they should win the time of possession battle most every game.
. Fred Taylor has been thrown into the RB mix with Laurence Maroney, Sammy Morris, and Patriot great Kevin Faulk. Brady looked sharp in their first preseason game and rumor has it that he rehabilitated his knee with a furor and in 2009, he is looking to prove something