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Patriots odds are available all season long, starting in the months leading up to the 17-week regular season in September (each NFL team has 16 regular-season games with one bye week). In seasons where the team reaches the postseason, New England Patriots playoff odds are offered throughout the month of January and potentially all the way to the Super Bowl in February.
The New England Patriots are one of four teams in the NFL’s AFC East division along with the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. The Patroits play their home games in Foxborough, Massachusetts, at Gillette Stadium, which opened in 2002. Foxborough, Massachusetts is 20 miles northeast of downtown Providence, Rhode Island, and a little less than 30 miles southwest of downtown Boston, Massachusetts. The New England Patriots had played their home games at Foxboro Stadium from 1971 until 2002.
With a 13–3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in the Atlanta Falcons’ Mercedez-Benz Stadium on February 3, 2019, the NE Patriots became the second NFL franchise to win six Super Bowls since the start of the Super Bowl era, joining the Pittsburgh Steelers. Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was named Super Bowl MVP after catching 10 passes for 141 yards. He became the seventh wide receiver to be named Super Bowl MVP, and the first since Santonio Holmes did so as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII in 2009. The only other NE Patriots receiver to be named Super Bowl MVP is Deion Branch, who was MVP in New England’s victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX. Edelman finished the postseason with 26 receptions for 388 yards, both of which were tops among all NFL players. The totals gave him 115 receptions for 1,412 receiving yards in his postseason career. Both marks rank second all-time in career playoff history behind San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, who caught 151 passes for 2,245 yards over 29 postseason games.
Super Bowl LIII was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history, eclipsing the previous record of 14–7 set in Super Bowl VII when the Miami Dolphins defeated the Washington Redskins. It also marked the first Super Bowl with no touchdowns scored by either team in the first three quarters, as the Patriots and the Rams entered the fourth quarter tied, 3–3 tie. The NE Patriots became only the second team to hold its Super Bowl opponent without a touchdown, and the first since the Dallas Cowboys held the Dolphins without a touchdown in Super Bowl VI.
The New England Patriots’ Super Bowl LIII victory over the Rams came 17 years after the Patriots’ first Super Bowl win, which was against the Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI. As a 14-point underdog in Super Bowl XXXVI, New England remains one of only two teams in NFL history along with the New York Jets in Super Bowl III to win a Super Bowl as an underdog of 14 or more points on the Vegas betting line. NE Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named MVP of Super Bowl XXXVI, which was the first of a record four Super Bowl MVP awards for Brady, who ranks first in postseason career passing yards and postseason career passing touchdowns. Brady has led his team to more division titles. The winningest quarterback in NFL history, Brady is only quarterback to reach 200 regular-season wins, and he ranks first among all NFL players in career playoff wins and appearances.