Put your life savings on New England

We’re just as fucking sick of the Patriots as much as the next hate-filled sports fan. But rather than venting about New England running it up week after week, or making fun or Bill Belichick for having more affairs than Super Bowl rings, let’s try to swing the Pats’ success in our favor.

Sports betting has never been our thing; we figure watching hours of sports is investment enough. But we did some digging and found that the Pats have only failed to cover the spread once (at Indy). So take this neatly compiled information and bet the fuck out of New England. You’ll win money and the only person who likes winning money more than you is the woman you’re sleeping with.

Week 1: -6.5 at Jets (won 38-14)
Week 2: -3.5 vs. Chargers (won 38-14)
Week 3: -16.5 vs. Bills (won 38-7)
Week 4: -8.5 at Bengals (won 34-13)
Week 5: -16 vs. Browns (won 34-17)
Week 6: -5.5 at Cowboys (won 48-27
Week 7: -16 at Dolphins (won 49-28)
Week 8: -15 vs. Redskins (won 52-7)
Week 9: -5.5 at Colts (won 24-20 — didn’t cover! World stands still!)
Week 10: Bye (beat Dolphins)
Week 11: -16.5 at Bills (won 56-10)

The Pats play Philadelphia next week. Donovan McNabb will probably get hurt. Tom Brady will probably throw for five touchdowns, run for another and sit out the fourth quarter. Bet away.

4 Responses

  1. I’m SO tired of New England, but you’re right: they are just that good. Wasn’t Tom Brady’s QB rating last night perfect? I mean, who does that?

    But the NFL is a freaky place. It’s not exactly the college football scene this year, but anything can happen in any given game. An injury here, a lost fumble there, and the Patriots could lose. It seems so unlikely at this point, but it could happen.

  2. at least the Revolution lost!

  3. Yeah, I make my picks against the spread every week (just for fun… I’d be broke if I actually gambled on these NFL game)… NE is about the only thing I can count on.

  4. Dude, the Pats didn’t cover again! What the fu…!!??

    They’ve been my meal ticket this season for sure.

    Oh well, I guess 9-2 against the spread ain’t all bad.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: