- Tom Brady has -115 odds to pass for more than 298.5 passing yards against Washington.
- Brady has passed for 26 touchdowns in the 2021 season.
- He has +136 odds to pass for more than 2.5 touchdowns in the game.
TAMPA, Fla. - Tom Brady will be without the services of Antonio Brown on Sunday against the Washington Football Team.
Chris Godwin may play, but if he does he could be injured, as he missed practices on both Wednesday and Thursday.
Tom Brady Pass Yards O/U Odds
- Over 298.5 -115
- Under 298.5 -112
Brady’s possible missing receivers seemingly have not negatively impacted the estimations by online sportsbooks of his passing yards projections, which remain high.
In Brady’s eight games played so far this season, he has gone above the 298.5-yard mark four times, and below it in the other four. The Washington Football Team is the worst passing defense in the entire NFL, giving up 286.8 pass yards per game.
Tom Brady Passing Touchdowns O/U Odds
- Over 2.5 +136
- Under 2.5 -179
Brady has been a touchdown machine this year, passing for 26 touchdowns in his eight games played, more than 3 per game.
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His Over of 2.5 is still a tough ask as far as the NFL betting markets are concerned- he’s passed for more than 2.5 touchdowns in five of his eight games played.
Washington’s terrible pass defense applies to passing touchdowns as well, as they’re giving up the second-most TDs in the league to passers - 2.5 per game.
Tom Brady Completions O/U Odds
- Over 25.5 -110
- Under 25.5 -118
Brady tends to throw a lot of passes per game, and he’s passed for more than 25.5 completions in five of his eight games played. Washington is not allowing the most completions per game, but they are in the bottom 10, allowing exactly 25.5 completions per game.
The Washington Football Team hosts the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. The game will be broadcast on FOX.
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