Bookmakers Peg 2021 As Tom Brady’s Last Season

  • New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has a few wagers listed on sportsbooks about his career.
  • Brady is one of the best quarterbacks of all time but he is also one of the oldest.
  • The bets center around when Tom will hang it up and whether or not that will be with the Patriots when the time comes.

BOSTON – Bets on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady have been posted on MyBookie Sportsbook after a rough performance against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. The Patriots were able to pull out a 17-10 victory but they didn’t look like the team everyone is used to watching. The US sportsbook has listed odds on what year Tom Brady will retire and if he will play for another team before then.

Tom Brady's Predicted Last Season

Tom Brady is a 42-year-old quarterback in the NFL. He signed a two-year extension on his current contract worth $70 million. It has the QB’s last season as 2021 under the Patriots. He will be 44 years old. One wager listed asks what year Brady will play his final season. The favored year is 2021 (+150), as that would be the end of his contract. A close second is 2022 (+200) when Brady would be 45. He is already toeing the line as one of the oldest quarterbacks still playing.

Odds Tom Brady Will Play For Another Team

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The second wager asks if Brady will throw a pass for a team but it does not specify which team. The odds, however, do say “other than the Patriots” and “No” has odds of -5000 while “Yes” is at +1000. Brady has played with the New England Patriots for his entire career beginning in 2000. It’s highly unlikely that with his current extension and his age that he would throw for any other team before his retirement.

These bets are being listed just in time to see the Brady the media rarely sees - an angry one. After their poor performance against the Eagles, Brady gave a combined less than two minutes of answers to ten questions at the post-game conference. When asked to describe his offense at this point, he answered, “Up and down, is what it looks like to me. So we can probably do everything better.” Despite a mediocre win, there is no doubt that Tom will finish out his career as a Patriot.