Pay per Head Predictions: 2016 New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds

2016 Super Bowl New England Patriots Pay per Head predictions and oddsThe Patriots were able to clinch the AFC East title an impressive 12 times throughout the last 14 seasons. In that time, coach Bill Belichick helped New England make it to 6 AFC championships and, with their Super Bowl win last season, pay per head software services saw them win the Lombardi trophy four times. 63 games were won by the Patriots since 2010, with an average of 12 victories for each season played.

This upcoming NFL season could prove to be very similar, as local bookies give New England odds of 17/2 to win the Super Bowl again. At 4/1, they’re also the second betting option to be the winners of the AFC Conference, and for the AFC East the Patriots are at -150.

Veteran QB Brady is back for his 16th NFL season, but it’s very possible that he won’t feature in the regular season’s initial four games following last year’s Deflate-gate fiasco – one that shocked NFL fans all over the world. However, the Patriots will be back in action with a mostly unchanged offense .TE Rob Gronkowski continues to be seen as one of the league’s top players, and WR’s Brandon LaFell and Julian Edelman proved to be very dependable, as together they made 166 catches.

But the RB spot will go to Jonas Gray, Brandon Bolden, LeGarrette Blount, or James White.

Even though in the NFL Belichick is considered a real expert when it comes to defense, the coach will once again have to see what he does to see the team succeed, especially after they lost some of their most important starters. Darrelle Revis (Jets) and Brandon Browner (Saints) are no longer in the team, as well as NT Vince Wilfork. However, Belichick knows exactly what to do during free agency.

The team has what could be the NFL’s top linebacker trio with a very talented Jerrod Mayo, who re-signed his deal; joining him is Dont’a Hightower and Jamie Collins. The Patriots continue to have the services of Malcolm Butler and Logan Ryan, as well as safety Devin McCourty.

Even though the Patriots didn´t always dominate the field lasts season, they played well enough, as their scoring defense got 8th place, and their total defense got 13th place, Pay per head software services can see that the team is at full force for this upcoming season, and their fans believe that they have what it takes to win yet another Super Bowl.