TRAVIS KELCES' yards were in by HT on Monday night so hoping to take this form into Thursday night football (1.30am)
Through four weeks the Super Bowl champions are 2-2 and have the worst defence in the league right now.
Can we still trust the Patriots? Probably, but I wouldn’t not on the road in Tampa. These are the two worst passing defences in the league so we could again see some Tom Brady fourth quarter heroics as they’ll be against another strong offensive unit tonight with Mike Evans’ mouth watering at tonight's match-up.
Belichick usually tries to take away your biggest weapon but that hasn’t seemed to work this year and the Bugs do have a few playmakers so focusing on Mike will be a mistake. The Bugs also get the return of Doug Martin tonight. Could be some rust on the muscle hamster but it's a big boost.
It’s rare that the Pats lose twice, but they have given up 300+ yards to every signal caller they’ve played this season. With players like Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, OJ Howard and Cameron Brate, Winston has the tools to keep this close at home against a porous secondary.
The Buccs are healthy but will still be without their first and second linebackers on the depth chart, that should play into Gronks hands down the middle of the field (if he can stay on it).
One player who goes under the radar is Chris Hogan. The Patriots wideout is second on the team in targets, and leads the team in TD’s, snagging four over the past three weeks.are offering a very low line considering his usage volume, the fact he’s gone over this total the past three weeks, and up against the second worst passing defence tonight.
- Chris Hogan Over 56.5 Receiving Yards
- – 3.3pts
- Chris Hogan Anytime TD
- (6-4 – 2pts
Bets to Consider
- Mike Evans Over 75.5 Receiving Yards
- Mike Evans Anytime TD
- Hogan and Evans 100+ Receiving Yards & Both To Score A TD