14 Fascinating Tom Brady Betting Facts & Statistics

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Tom Brady's career is over — officially. After several reports over the weekend indicated he was done, the Bucs quarterback announced it on Tuesday.

Brady accomplished so much in his NFL career and it's even wilder when viewed through a betting lens.

Here are 14 Tom Brady facts and statistics, betting and otherwise, from his historic career.

1. Brady's final straight-up and against the spread records as a starting quarterback in the NFL:

Game TypeATSStraight-Up
Reg. Season184-123-9 (59.9%)243-73 (76.9%)
Playoffs25-21-1 (54.4%)35-12 (74.5%)
Overall209-144-10 (59.2%)278-85 (76.6%)

2. Brady has the 10th-best ATS winning percentage of any quarterback with at least 10 starts in the Bet Labs database (since 2003).

He's third among QBs with 50+ starts behind Josh Allen and Teddy Bridgewater, and first among QBs with 100+ starts.

Dan Orlovsky10-283%
Drew Stanton12-380%
Matt Leinart13-572.22%
Mason Rudolph7-370%
Teddy Bridgewater42-2166.66%
Matt Moore21-1165.6%
Shaun Hill23-1265.7%
Sage Rosenfels8-466.66%
Josh Allen35-2162.5%
Tom Brady167-11060.2%

3. Brady has covered more spreads (209) than the Panthers (205), Jaguars (180) or Texans (139) have wins in franchise history.

4. Including players on active season rosters to begin a year, Brady has won a Super Bowl with 310 different players.

A lot of players have Tom Brady to thank for their rings 💍 pic.twitter.com/HAjjA6KgCR

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5. Brady has been the starting QB in 17.9% of all Super Bowls and has won 12.7% of all Super Bowls.

6. In Brady’s last 18 seasons in the league, he never entered the regular season with odds higher than +1200 to win the Super Bowl.

Tom Brady's Odds to Win the Super Bowl…

'21: +700
'20: +1000 🏆
'19: +400
'18: +600 🏆
'17: +275
'16: +600 🏆
'15: +800
'14: +650 🏆
'13: +850
'12: +600
'11: +500
'10: +1200
'09: +450
'08: +350
'07: +250
'06: +800
'05: +500
'04: +600 🏆
'03: +1500 🏆
'02: +2000
'01: +6000 🏆 pic.twitter.com/lu1SaJwXlt

— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) February 1, 2022

7. Over the last six years of Brady’s career, he was listed as an underdog just seven times (or 6.4% of his starts).

In that span, Brady was listed as an underdog vs. only three different QBs: Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees.

8. Brady career as an underdog:

  • 37-23 straight up
  • 41-17-2 against the spread
  • 51-9 ATS when placed in a 6-point teaser

9. In 2001, the New England Patriots entered the regular season with 60-1 odds to win it all. Since the beginning of the Wild Card round in 1978, only the 1999 Rams had longer odds to win the Super Bowl than Brady’s ’01 Patriots.

10. When the Super Bowl is a one-possession game (+/- 8 pts), Brady had 16 TDs, 5 INTs and a completion percentage of 65.9%.

11. There have been 274 different starting quarterbacks since 2001 (including playoffs). Tom Brady had 5.3% of all QB wins in that span.

12. Brady may have seven Super Bowl wins, but one thing he’s never done is cover the point spread in consecutive Super Bowls.

John Elway, Troy Aikman, Terry Bradshaw, Bob Griese and Bart Starr all accomplished it.

13. Tom Brady has been to 10 Super Bowls. His seven straight up wins is the most all-time and his five against the spread covers are also a record.

  • Tom Brady (5): Super Bowl 36, 49, 51, 53, 55
  • Joe Montana (3): Super Bowl 16, 19, 24
  • Roger Staubach (3): Super Bowl 6, 10, 12
  • Terry Bradshaw (3): Super Bowl 9, 13, 14

14. The one thing he didn't do? Cover against Eli. Brady went 0-5 against the spread vs. Eli Manning, his most ATS losses without a win vs. any quarterback.

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