Will Patriots Trade First Pick? Odds Heavy On Both Sides

  • Sports bettors are torn on whether or not the New England Patriots will trade their first-round draft pick as both Yes and No have short odds.
  • 'No' has the shortest odds at -135.
  • The Patriots have lost star QB Tom Brady this s offseason, giving them a lot to think about going forward.

LAS VEGAS - The NFL Draft is a great time for teams to begin looking and planning for the future. After long time QB Tom Brady left the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bill Belichick and the front office have a lot to think about with the upcoming NFL Draft.

The main focus is on what to do with their first-round pick. Many sports bettors are taking action on whether or not the Pats will trade their pick.

Although ‘No’ has the shortest odds, ‘Yes’ also has short odds showing sports bettors are split on what the Pts will do when they’re on the clock.

Patriots Future

NFL sports bettors are seeing no shortage of action surrounding the upcoming NFL Draft. The Patriots are at the center of many of these prop bets. It is not too late for the Pats to trade their pick, but most sports bettors are leaning towards them keeping it.

Will the New England Patriots trade pick #23?

  • No -135
  • Yes -105

If the Patriots keep their pick, sports bettors are leaning towards then drafting a defensive player first. The Patriots have long been a team dedicated to their defense so it is understandable why sports bettors are leaning this way.

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New England Patriots 1st Pick:

  • Defense Player -155
  • Offense Player +115

The Patriots are officially in rebuild mode following the departure of QB Tom Brady. Head coach Bill Belichick will have to coach the team without Brady for the first time in 20 seasons.

“Tom was not just a player who bought into our program. He was one of its original creators. Tom lived and perpetuated our culture,” said Belichick on Brady’s departure.

“On a daily basis, he was a tone-setter and a bar raiser. He won championships in three of his first four years on the field and in three of his final six seasons with us, while competing for championships in almost every season in between. This is a credit to Tom's consistency and what separates him. He didn't just perform. He didn't just win. He won championships over and over again.”

Online sportsbooks will continue to host odds as we get closer to the start of the NFL Draft. New Englanders and NFL fans all across the country will soon see how the Pats handle their first-round draft pick.