SNF Prop Bets Week 4 – TB Buccaneers @ NE Patriots

Tom Brady returns to Foxborough with the World Champion Bucs

Sunday night in Foxborough will be one of those once-in-a-lifetime events that everyone will be tuned in to see. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hit the road to face Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. Of course, the QB-coach combo was together for nearly two decades and this will be the first time they ever go against one another. In this article, I will choose the three most profitable SNF Prop Bets for the Week 4 Buccaneers-Patriots matchup, as well as the rest of the NFL Week 4 betting picks. Let’s dive in and see what’s in store:

SNF Prop Bets For Week 4

Same Game Parlay: +333 at bet365

– Buccaneers -5.5 (-145)
– Under 53.5 Points (-185)
– Over 11.5 Leonard Fournette Rushing Attempts (-140)

Judging from the spread and total on this game, I would not expect it to be a shootout. After all, it takes two to tango. Patriots rookie QB Mac Jones hasn’t exactly been lighting up the scoreboard this season. I know a lot of people believe Brady will throw for 500 yards and five TDs to stick it down Belichick’s throat, but I don’t see it that way. In my opinion, Brady still respects Belichick a great deal. In winning a Super Bowl last season probably erased any hard feelings he may have had.

Nevertheless, this could very well be a grind-it-out game for the Bucs, and that means Fournette could get a few more carries than usual. Last week, he was eliminated from the game script early. Tampa went with Gio Bernard and a pass-heavy approach playing from behind on the scoreboard. We should see a low-scoring affair with long drives and remember, Fournette is well-rested from not getting many snaps last week.

Antonio Brown: Over 55.5 Receiving Yards (-105) at bet365

Lost in the mix of the homecoming narrative, AB will look to show his former team what they have been missing. Of course, that’s a bit of a stretch, as he only played one game for the Patriots before being released via legal issues. Nevertheless, the Bucs certainly missed AB’s presence last week against the Rams. Brady would like to get Brown back in the flow of things.

Damien Harris – Over: 44.5 Rushing Yards (-115) at bet365

Running backs rarely have an optimistic outlook against the Buccaneers. After all, this has been the No. 1 run defense in the NFL for the last two seasons. However, the Patriots are extremely thin at the RB position. Harris can probably break off 50 yards on his number of attempts alone. One thing to also keep in mind, Tampa Bay has had quite a few injuries on the defensive side of the ball. That could lead to a few missed tackles.

Al Walsh
Al Walsh Chief Sports Writer