New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds 2023

The New England Patriots current Super Bowl odds are . The Patriots were the most dominant team in the past two decades due to the overwhelming success they had with Tom Brady. After his move to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team has not been the same. On top of losing Brady, they also lost a wave of players that jumped ship after Brady’s move, leaving the team in shambles. However, last season, the Patriots finally started to make their comeback. They started last season with +2800 odds to take home the Lombardi trophy. The New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds have decreased to +4000 after giving up several key defensive players this season. This team will need to make some strategic picks in the draft to place them back as a competitive team as other competitive teams continue to grow in talent.

New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2022-2023

With the Dolphins improving this offseason, the Patriots are slotted with the second or third best odds to win the AFC East, depending on which book you check. The interior of their offensive line remains strong, as does their running back core. They should be able to out run most teams they face, though their passing offense remains a mild question mark.

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New England Patriots Super Bowl Odds Analysis

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The New England Patriots made the playoffs for the first time since Tom Brady’s departure last season. They ended the season 10-7 with their rookie quarterback out of Alabama, Mac Jones. Jones did an exceptional job as a rookie QB in the NFL, with a total of 3,801 passing yards and 22 passing touchdowns in the regular season. Jones was talented enough to make an appearance in the Pro Bowl after just one season. He had significant help from his offensive line that prevented sacks and gave ample time for the young QB to make decisions downfield. In fact, the Patriots had the second-fewest sacks on their QB in the league, with only 27 during the entirety of the season. He may not be equivalent to Tom Brady, but he sure was a great pickup for the Patriots as they attempt to rebuild their team.

The Patriots’ defense is undoubtedly one of the best in the league. This team is at the top of the line in pass coverage, with specific strength in interceptions that landed them the second-most in the league. JC Jackson led the team in interceptions, completing eight in the regular season, but will no longer be with the Patriots in the upcoming season. Jackson has moved to the Los Angeles Chargers to help improve their defensive strength. The Patriots still have safeties Adrian Phillips and Kyle Duggar (four interceptions each last season) to help them along in the future. Still, they will need to fill the hole in Jackson’s position to stay competitive.


 

Reasons Why the New England Patriots Can and Can’t Win the Super Bowl

Strengths

  • They have the best coach in football
  • Rhomandre Strevenson and Damien Harris make up one of the best running back tandems in the NFL
  • Mac Jones is gaining experience in the NFL, improving his already high skill level

Weaknesses

  • The loss of JC Jackson leaves a gap in the pass defense
  • Receiving core is mid-tier and still needs some improvement
  • Everyone in the division has improved
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