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In the highly anticipated Week 4 matchup, Matt O'Leary makes his picks for the Patriots vs Buccaneers game. Tom Brady vs Bill Belichick, who comes out on top?

SNF Same-Game Parlay: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs New England Patriots

If you love drama, then the New England Patriots hosting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is for you. After spending 20 years in New England and winning six Super Bowl trophies, Tom Brady took his talents to Tampa Bay where he added a seventh ring.

Bill Belicheck missed the playoffs last year and I’m sure he’ll be looking for his revenge and to prove that he’s the mastermind behind it all. I’m not so positive that comes to fruition for him.

I have a four-leg same-game parlay for you to try out in the Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski revenge game.

Bucs over 2.5 total TD

The Tampa Bay offense is downright loaded. With Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, and Antonio Brown on the outside and Rob Gronkowski at Tight End, it’s truly one of the deepest skill position groups in the NFL. They have 2 offensive touchdowns in the first three games, an average of four a game, so clearing 2.5 should be light work for this team.

If you think Brady is going to take his foot off the gas against Bill you have another thing coming. He’ll look to run up the score, they might hit this number in the first half on Sunday honestly.

Tom Brady over 249.5 passing yards

Tom Brady is coming off of a 432-yard performance in Week 3 against the Rams in a loss. He’s cleared 250 yards in all three games this season and dating back to last year he has only come in under that number six times.

Yes, it’s insane that he’s still doing this at 44 years old but I don’t see it slowing down anytime soon. Good luck to the Patriots’ defense. They’ve allowed the second-fewest passing yards in football but against the GOAT, I don’t think it matters.

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Rob Gronkowski anytime TD scorer

If Rob Gronkowski plays, which will be close to a game-time decision, use him in this parlay. Tom Brady loves himself some Gronk. Rob already has four receiving touchdowns on the season and in his last five games, he has six touchdowns.

Brady to Gronk in New England? Sorry Pats fans, it’s not 2014 anymore. That nightmare is those two doing it for another franchise because Bill Belicheck was stubborn and thought he could outsmart Tom Brady.


Bucs -6.5

Tom Brady and the Bucs are 5-0 against the spread after a loss. On top of that, this is arguably the most hyped regular-season game of Brady’s career. There is absolutely no way he lays an egg on the road in New England.

Yes, it’s a big number, especially on the road but with Mac Jones’ struggles last week it’s easy to see why Tampa is so heavily favored. 96 percent of the cash is on Tampa in this one, don’t overthink it.

SNF Same-Game Parlay Picks

4-leg same-game parlay +320 (Bet $100 to win $320)

Bucs over 2.5 total TD

Tom Brady over 249.5 passing yards

Rob Gronkowski anytime TD scorer

Bucs -6.5

Updated Odds excluding the Gronkowski anytime TD: +330

Betting Odds For The Week 4 NFL Slate

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OddsChecker sports writer Matt O'Leary brings experience sports betting advice to the OC staff. You may recognize Matt from his popular New York Jets youtube channel, but his vast knowledge of sports and betting goes well past the boundaries of New York.


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