Brady’s bunch to get back on track


Not many expected the New England Patriots to get the trouncing they did against the Kansas City Chiefs on NFL’s opening night but Tom Brady and co should kick-start their season with a win at the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

After two tight encounters in 2013 and 2015 with the Pats coming out on top 30-27 and 26-24 respectively, it was a far more comfortable win for New England when they met the Saints last year, with the reigning Super Bowl champs winning 34-22.

That scoreline makes the 25/28 with a -6 point spread for the Pats look an attractive prospect and Brady’s bunch will be determined to right the wrongs of their 42-27 hammering by the Chiefs.

Meanwhile, Dallas Cowboys made an impressive start with a divisional win over the New York Giants, and quarter-back Dak Prescott and his side will determined to make it two from two when they head to Colorado to face the Denver Broncos.

The Cowboys have a real star in the form of running back Ezekiel Elliott and it will be key for the Broncos to try and stop the man from Ohio State if they want to win this game.

Denver were somewhat fortunate to edge past the Los Angeles Chargers (still feels weird writing that) last time out and the 10/11 with the -2.5 points spread for the Cowboys could be the way to go.

In the Monday night game the New York Giants will be determined to bounce back from their 19-3 defeat when they host the Detroit Lions.

The key to this game is whether wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr takes to the field at the Meadowlands

New York’s superstar was missing from their opening game and everyone could tell Eli Manning missed his go-to guy.

If Becks does not take the field then the 7/5 for a Lions win on the money line looks very attractive.

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