NFL: Brady 2/1 to Win a Fifth Super Bowl
Tom Brady equalled Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw with four Super Bowl wins as the New England Patriots defeated the Seattle Seahawks in a thrilling game – and bookmakers William Hill are offering odds of 2/1 for Brady to win another.
“Tom Brady is a multiple champion and he knows what it takes to win. The odds suggest he has a great chance of winning a fifth Super Bowl before he retires,” said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.
No quarterback has ever won five Super Bowl titles and at the age of 37, time may be against Brady, but he has previously declared he wants to play on until he’s 50! While that may be a far-fetched idea, he could well continue his career in to his forties and that would give him a few more seasons to try for a magical fifth Super Bowl ring.
William Hill, one of the world’s biggest bookmakers, have already priced up the market on who will win next year’s Super Bowl. New England Patriots are 6/1 to repeat and claim the title again in 2016, but it’s Sunday’s defeated opposition, Seattle Seahawks, who are favourites at 5/1.
NFL betting is growing every year in the UK, with the regular season games at Wembley drawing in new fans to the sport. This year’s Super Bowl generated over 75,000 bets online with williamhill.com and the total turnover on the big game was in excess of £1.5million.
“The Super Bowl is one of the great occasions in sport and every year it gets bigger for the bookies,” said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke. “It would certainly appear that there is a growing global NFL audience and British bookmakers are benefitting from the increasing fan base in the UK.”
It is 3/1 that a British franchise is playing in the NFL by the end of 2020 and it is 25/1 for the Super Bowl to be played at Wembley before the end of 2025.
Tom Brady To Win A Fifth Super Bowl (as a player): 2/1
British-Based NFL Franchise By End Of 2020: 3/1
Super Bowl To Be Held At Wembley By End Of 2025: 25/1
Super Bowl 2016 Winner: 5/1 Seattle Seahawks, 6/1 New England Patriots, 7/1 Green Bay Packers, 12/1 Dallas Cowboys, 14/1 Denver Broncos, 14/1 Indianapolis Colts, 20/1 San Francisco 49ers, 25/1 Detroit Lions, 25/1 New Orleans Saints, 25/1 Philadelphia Eagles, 25/1 Pittsburgh Steelers, 33/1 Arizona Cardinals, 33/1 Atlanta Falcons, 33/1 Baltimore Ravens, 33/1 Carolina Panthers, 33/1 Cincinnati Bengals, 33/1 Houston Texans, 33/1 Kansas City Chiefs, 33/1 New York Giants, 40/1 Miami Dolphins, 40/1 St Louis Rams, 50/1 Chicago Bears, 50/1 San Diego Chargers, 66/1 Buffalo Bills, 66/1 Cleveland Browns, 66/1 Minnesota Vikings, 66/1 New York Jets, 100/1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 100/1 Washington Redskins, 150/1 Tennessee Titans, 200/1 Jacksonville Jaguars, 200/1 Oakland Raiders