Cowboys vs Buccaneers Week 1 DraftKings Promo | Tampa Bay +73
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DraftKings Dallas Cowboys vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Week 1 NFL Promo: Tampa Bay +73
All DraftKings users are eligible to bet on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to cover a +73 spread against the Dallas Cowboys in the 2021 NFL season opener on Thursday, September 9. This is not a typo, as DraftKings is literally offering even money on Tampa Bay to either win or lose by less than 73 points.
With a $50 maximum bet at even money (+100), users can get $50 in the near-certain event that the Bucs do not lose by more than 73 points. An NFL team hasn’t lost by 73 points since 1940, which is so long ago that neither my nor Tom Brady‘s parents were even alive yet (and they are old).
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- Only Available to Customers in CO, IA, IL, IN, MI, NJ, PA, TN, VA, or WV.
- Max Bet: $50
- Boosted Odds: +100
- 21+ Only
- Excludes live bets, parlays, free bets, cash out bets, and voided bets
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Unless hell freezes over, you will wind up with some free money to play with. In fact, if Brady and the defending Super Bowl champions lose by more than 73 points, hell probably will freeze over.
So which bet should you make at DraftKings Sportsbook with this likely incoming windfall?
Tom Brady (TB) Under 4,750.5 Passing Yards (-110)
Tom Brady: Under 4,750.5 Passing Yards (2021 NFL Season)
Bet $20, Payout $38
Over Brady’s illustrious 21-year career, he’s surpassed 4,750 passing yards in a season only four times — most recently in 2015. Granted, Brady has never played a 17-game regular season before, but I’m still betting on him to fall short.
As great as Brady is, he’s 44 years old. He’s going to decline eventually, and he’s also at greater risk of getting hurt. For TB12 to hit the over, he must stay healthy, remain at the top of his game, and his receivers must play well. That’s asking a lot, which is why I’m taking the under.
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