Parx Sportsbook Thursday Night Odds Boost: Patriots-Falcons
We have a Super Bowl 51 rematch tonight on Thursday Night Football between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons. Atlanta struggled to start the season but have found their rhythm, sitting with a record of 4-5. Meanwhile, Mac Jones and the Patriots are 6-4, coming off a 45-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns.
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Patriots to win by 10+ points (Boosted from +120 to +150)
Tonight could be a competitive game, but it’s the Patriots to lose. With each passing week, they continue to look better and better, winning their last four. If they win tonight, it’s not going to be close. The Patriots have won by ten or more points four times this season, including two by 40 points.
With how dominant they have been in the last few weeks, it’s hard to think they will slow down against the Falcons tonight. All New England has to do is eliminate Kyle Pitts from the game, which should be an easy bet.
Mac Jones and Matt Ryan to throw 250+ passing yards each (Boosted from +200 to +250)
If you’re betting on a blowout win, this is a perfect bet to pair alongside it. Mac Jones is averaging 233 passing yards per game so far this season, having thrown over 250 yards four times this season. Matt Ryan is averaging 252 per game, throwing for over 250 five times.
Mac Jones and the Patriots will be attacking through the air due to the Falcons being amongst the worst passing defenses in football. Matt Ryan will be forced to throw often to pick up ground, so meeting his average won’t be challenging.
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