NFL News : Patriots Futures and Deflategate Appeal
NFL News from HRWager on this Tuesday morning goes over the ramifications of another Deflategate appeal. Just when we think it was all quiet, Tom Brady has asked the 2nd Circuit court for another hearing. Lots of questions and scenarios now trickle down from his action yesterday. Find out what are the practical chances that he will get to be heard again on this issue. If he does, what happens to that four game suspension he as set to serve at the start of the season? Find out the wagering implications here at the HRW.
NFL News : Another Bite at the Apple?
April 25th saw a 2-1 ruling from this same court that sided with Roger Goodell and put back in place the punishment of four games for Tom Brady’s actions involving Deflategate. Instead of three judges, his step seeks to get all 13 involved. Seven of them have to agree to hear this appeal for action to be retaken on this level. Yesterday was the last day before the deadline would have passed closing out the appeals process in this case. If they do not agree to hear the case then the suspension is kept in place. However, his suspension would be delayed if the judges decide to hear this once again.
The amount of salary he would have lost by missing the first four games is not that much. He signed a new contract which adjusted this year’s salary to one million and back loaded it in the second year. What really concerns us are the NFL futures that involve the Patriots. Overs on season wins and bets on to make it to the playoffs and the Super Bowl gained some value at the possibility that this might be overturned. Look at their first four games that the Patriots would not have had Brady.
Key games against division foes in Weeks Two and Four. All these games are hard enough to win with Brady at the helm. Without him, 2-2 in this stretch would be an accomplishment.
21 days is the next window we are working with now for Tom Brady’s Deflategate Appeal. The judges could take no action and just let it lapse in three weeks. Since it was a divided ruling, they might be more apt to reopen the case so that all 13 can weigh in. We will keep you abreast of this situation and any market changes in NFL betting regarding the New England Patriots. Good fortune and we will see you later on today here at the HRW.