Sports Books Adjust NFL Super Bowl Odds And Futures As 2020 NFL Free Agency Continues
Quarterback Tom Brady Signs With Buccaneers and Causes Biggest Shakeup in NFL Futures
The NFL free agent frenzy started with a bang as six-time Super Bowl champion QB Tom Brady signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers March 18 after a 20-year career with the New England Patriots. The Buccaneers Super Bowl odds dropped from 60-1 to over a month ago to 30-1 in places weeks ago then dropped again before settling at 16-1 at a number of sportsbooks.
The Buccaneers season win total made the biggest move going from 7.5 to 9.5 wins while the Patriots dropped from 10.5 to 8.5 at PointsBet. Sportsbooks have also adjusted NFL division odds on teams including the Indianapolis Colts, who are now the +140 favorite at PointsBet in the AFC South after signing 16-year veteran QB Philip Rivers during free agency.
Notable NFL Win Total Shifts 3/16-3/18
— PointsBet Sportsbook (@PointsBetUSA) March 18, 2020
In my latest update at Forbes, I provide adjusted Super Bowl LV odds for the game scheduled Feb. 7, 2021 along with season win totals, some player props from selected sportsbooks and additional information you can bet on.
Get your NFL update with free agency news and player tracker, and follow the adjusted odds and season win totals.
We have just released Pro 🏈 win totals for this season.
Kansas City and Baltimore currently have the highest totals with 11.5.
— William Hill US (@WilliamHillUS) March 21, 2020
Pro Football Focus provides grades for every NFL team so far in free agency, along with current news and analysis on the NFL.
— PFF (@PFF) March 23, 2020
The betting and futures market moves and adjusts, so shop and compare odds at sportsbooks of interest and follow some of the sites and Twitter feeds of sportsbooks for current news and updates.
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