New England Patriots
3rd in AFC East
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Devin McCourty (Shoulder) is questionable this week.
Joe Cardona (Ankle) is questionable this week.
David Andrews (Calf) is out this week.
Shaquille Mason (Calf) is out this week.
Lawrence Guy (Shoulder) is questionable this week.
Justin Bethel (Neck) is questionable this week.
Trenton Brown (Knee) is out this week.
Stephon Gilmore (Quad) is out this week.
Tashawn Bower (Ankle) is out this week.
Montravius Adams (Toe) is out for the season.
Out for Season
Davon Godchaux (Biceps) is out this week.
Isaiah Wynn (Ankle) is out this week.
Jerald Jackson (Hip) is questionable this week.
Ja'Whaun Bentley (Shoulder) is questionable this week.
Terez Hall (Ankle) is questionable this week.
Yodny Cajuste (Knee) is Out this week.
Byron Cowart (Back) is questionable this week.
Josh Uche (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Anfernee Jennings (Shoulder) is questionable this week.
Justin Herron (Ankle) is questionable this week.
Patriots 2021 Schedule
|QB||Cam Newton||Brian Hoyer||Jarrett Stidham|
|RB||James White||Jakob Johnson||JJ Taylor|
|RB||Sony Michel||Rex Burkhead|
|WR||Julian Edelman||Jakobi Meyers|
|TE||Ryan Izzo||Devin Asiasi||Dalton Keene|
|LT||Isaiah Wynn||Korey Cunningham|
|LG||Joe Thuney||Michael Onwenu|
|RT||Jermaine Eluemunor||Justin Herron|
|LCB||Jason McCourty||Jerald Jackson|
|RCB||Stephon Gilmore||Jonathan Jones||Joejuan Williams|
|LB||Shilique Calhoun||Anfernee Jennings|
|S||Devin McCourty||Justin Bethel||Cody Davis|
|DT||Lawrence Guy||Byron Cowart|
|LE||Deatrich Wise Jr||Chase Winovich|
|LB||Brandon Copeland||Cassh Maluia|
|S||Terrence Brooks||Adrian Phillips||Kyle Dugger|
|LB||Ja'Whaun Bentley||Josh Uche|
New England Patriots Player Stats
New England Patriots
The New England Patriots are coming off a tough season without franchise cornerstone Tom Brady, but you know Bill Belichick will have his team motivated to bounce back in 2021.
It remains to be seen which QB will be under center at the end of the season, be it Cam Newton or 2021 draft pick Mac Jones, but oddsmakers are expecting a better season from New England. See all of the Patriots above, as well as their full schedule, against-the-spread (ATS) performance, depth charts, and more.
New England Patriots Point Spreads
Bettors usually have a high opinion of the Patriots, who have had something of a dynasty for two decades. As a result, the betting market was fairly high on them last year, and they underperformed, going just 7-9 against-the-spread.
Spread bets are the most common bet types in the U.S., and they're wagers on the game's margin of victory. You might think of betting on whether a team will win, and you can do that, but spread bets let you wager on how much a team will win or lose by.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Patriots game:
- Patriots -3.5 (-110)
- Dolphins +3.5 (-110)
A bet on the Patriots in this situation would be a bet that the Patriots would win by four points or more against the . If you bet on the Pats spread, you'd lose the bet if they lost the game outright or won by only a field goal or less.
Last year, the Patriots either made or lost a lot of money for bettors. Over/under wagers, also called totals, are simply bets on how many combined points will be scored in a game. A year ago the Patriots were the second-best "under" team in the league at 11-5, meaning the totals in their game went under the closing over/under number in 11 of 16 games.
Here's an example of a Patriots over/under bet: Say New England plays the , and the total is set at 49 points. If you bet on the over, you'd cash in if the game finished at 50 or more points; you'd lose if it finished at 48 or fewer. If the game hit exactly 49 points, you'd be refunded your wager.
New England Patriots Moneylines
If you want to take the spread, or margin of victory, out of the betting equation, you can wager on the moneyline, which is a bet simply on which team will win. Whether the team wins by a point or 50, it doesn't matter; a win is a win.
Moneyline odds can be hard to read at first, but they're more intuitive once you get the hang of them. Say the Patriots is listed at -120: That would mean you'd have to bet $12 to win $10, or $120 to win $100. If they were listed at +120, signifying they were the underdogs, you'd win $120 on a $100 bet. You can read the plus and minus signs (underdog or favorite, respectively) as inverse payouts.
While they're less common than spread, total, or moneyline bets, player props can be some of the most fun sweats on a Sunday afternoon. They're simply wagers on a single player, and they're a lot like over/unders: You can bet on whether Cam Newton will rush for a certain amount of yards, for example. A lot of stats are available to bet on, including rushing yards, receiving yards, number of touchdowns, and more.
New England Patriots Futures
For example, you can place a bet at any sportsbook on whether the Patriots will win the Super Bowl, win the AFC East, make the playoffs, and much more.