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Brady vs Brees NFL Props Odds Special – NFL Betting Predictions

Alright, BetUS online betting enthusiasts, it doesn’t matter whether you’re an avid daily fantasy betting buff or simply like to make ‘traditional’ wagers on NFL action. Thanks to the special Brady vs Brees props centered around future Hall of Fame quarterbacks Drew Brees and Tom Brady that are now up and running in the BetUS online sportsbook. You’re going to have a handful of chances to cash in with potentially winning wagers this coming weekend!

Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to extract some revenge for their season-opening loss against Brees and the New Orleans Saints when the NFC South division rivals square off in their highly-anticipated Week 9 showdown. Better yet, you’re going to have a quartet of opportunities to cash in on four value-packed props odds when the pair of prolific passers hook up in what looks like a thriller just waiting to happen on Sunday.

Brady vs Brees Week 9
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Will Brees get the best of Brady or will it be the other way around? Will the team that wins the second regular-season meeting this year finish on top in the NFC South or come up short of their division title hopes? Okay, daily fantasy betting enthusiasts and traditional football betting buffs, let’s find out what’s likely to go down then Tom Brady and Drew Brees meet for the second time this season.

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Player to Throw For More Passing Yards

Drew Brees Ev

Tom Brady -140

When the Saints hosted the Bucs in Week 1, New Orleans got out to a 17-7 halftime lead they would never relinquish en route to a solid 34-23 home win that day while covering the spread as a 4-point home favorite in the process. Still, it was Brady that had the better passing numbers by going 23 for 36 for 239 yards with two touchdowns, although he did toss a pair of costly picks in the loss. Brees finished the regular-season opener by going 18 for 30 with a modest 160 passing yards. Still, Brees tossed a pair of touchdowns and no picks to get the best of Brady in what was their sixth all-time meeting in the NFL.

However, since then, a lot has changed for both teams. This season, Brady is averaging 273.6 passing yards per game while Brees is averaging 271.1 passing yards per contest. For their respective careers, however, Brees has the edge by averaging 281.3 passing yards per game to Brady’s slightly less 262.0 passing yards per contest.

In six career meetings against New Orleans, Brady has put up an average of 279.0 yards per game. Brees has averaged 277.0 passing yards per game in 21 career meetings against Tampa Bay. In their six career head-to-head meetings, Brees averages 262 passing yards per game with 13 TDs and one interception. Brady has averaged 298 passing yards with nine TDs and eight picks.

Over the last three weeks, Brady has passed for 166 yards, 369 yards, and 279 yards last weekend. Brees has gone for 325 yards, 287 yards and last weekend, 280 yards. However, the big difference in this one could be the fact that Brady has more elite weapons at his disposal than Brees. I’m going with Brady to narrowly come out on top in the passing yards department in this huge, Week 10 meeting.

Pick: Tom Brady

Player To Throw More Passing TDs in Week 9

Drew Brees -110

Tom Brady -130

Brees has thrown at least two TD passes in five games this season while Brady has done so six times. Over their last three games, Brees has gone 1-2-2 in the touchdown department while Brady has countered by going 2-4-2. Tampa Bay ranks 14th against the pass this season while the New Orleans Saints are a few spots back at No. 17 against the pass. Whether you’re making a daily fantasy betting pick on this matchup or a series of traditional SU, ATS or O/U wagers, I like TB12 to narrowly get the better of Drew Brees in this props odds wager.

Pick: Tom Brady

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Who Will Finish The Season With More Career TD passes

Drew Brees +110

Tom Brady -150

This season, Brady has passed for 1,910 yards with 18 TDs and four interceptions. Brees has 1,898 passing yards with 13 TDs and three picks. As far as their respective careers are concerned, Brady has 561 TD passes to Brees’ 560 touchdown tosses. More importantly, Brady gets to throw to a trio of Pro Bowl stars and one who was on a Hall of Fame pace in Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and the recently signed Antonio Brown.

Conversely, Brees is throwing the rock to running back Alvin Kamara, tight end Jared Cook and a bunch of guys like Tre’quan Smith and Deonte Harris. With superstar wideout Michael Thomas mostly out of the lineup so far this season, the huge edge here goes to Tom Brady – again.

Pick: Tom Brady

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Team To Win the Game in Week 9 Wins the Division

Yes – Team to win the game wins the division -175

No – Team to win the game loses the division +135

Tampa Bay is sitting atop the NFC South standings at 6-2 while New Orleans is a game back at 5-2. If the Bucs win this Week 10 matchup, they’ll be two games up with what looks like only one ‘certain’ loss coming up. That might be their docket at home against Kansas City in Week 13.

New Orleans will also face the Chiefs in Week 16. They could very well suffer just one more regular-season loss as well if they don’t stumble. Both teams face division rival Atlanta twice, along with Minnesota and one remaining matchup against division rival Carolina. Tampa Bay gets an easy matchup against Detroit while the Saints have one against the lowly Eagles. Daily fantasy betting buff, traditional NFL bettor – or both, the likelihood is that the winner of this Week 10 clash is going to come out on top in the NFC South in 2020!

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Pick: Yes

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