Timely reminder to never bet against Tom Brady as Bucs QB turns 45
Tom Brady may have turned 45 yesterday but a quick look at his career numbers at ATS will remind you that betting against him is still not a good idea.
If you’ve been involved in sports betting in any way over the past 21 years, chances are you’ve already learned that lesson the hard way. However, when the Buccaneers quarterback turned 45 on Wednesday, Aug. 3 The NFL preseason begins Thursday nightit seems like a timely opportunity to remind everyone to never bet against Tom Brady.
Some things in sport are just inevitable. Immovable mountains and unstoppable waves appear every now and then; Barry Bonds, who breaks the home run record, or Tiger Woods, who was the PGA’s leading money winner in the 2000s.
The Athletic’s Greg Auman did the world a favor by reminding us all that in this day and age we can count on three simple things: death, taxes and Tom Brady covering the spread.
Timely reminder never to bet against Tom Brady
In his illustrious 21-year career, Tom Brady actually play the games is better against the scatter than any bettor on the biggest heater of their life. Over 58% against the career spread is good for the second best record ever behind Joe Montana. There’s a very good chance a quarterback won’t get into that conversation ever again.
Brady briefly retired this offseason after reaching the NFC Championship game as a 44-year-old, and if he can keep up the story it’s rightly a coin toss as to whether or not 2022 will be a real swan song for the GOAT.
As someone who has consistently hobbled from betting against Tom Brady, my personal intention in 2022 is to sit back and admire his work from afar. However, if I can no longer do otherwise and do it inevitably decide to spend some money on a Bucs game, it will be in favor of this man, this myth, this legend of a quarterback who is better at covering the spread than any of us could dream of.
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