It seems Manchester United famous person Cristiano Ronaldo might not have been the primary supposed outsider to know that seven-time Tremendous Bowl champion quarterback Tom Brady could be ending his transient retirement to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for no less than one final season.
ESPN’s David Purdum reported Monday afternoon that a number of Las Vegas sportsbooks obtained big-money bets this previous Thursday on the Buccaneers to win Tremendous Bowl LVII when the Bucs had been listed as huge underdogs.
One particular person in New Jersey “who had by no means made a guess” with the SuperBook requested to make a pair of $10,000 wagers on the Buccaneers to win the NFC at 30-1 and the Tremendous Bowl at 60-1. That firm allowed the particular person to guess $1,000 after which shifted Tampa Bay’s odds to win the NFC to 12-1 and the membership’s Tremendous Bowl odds to 25-1.
South Level sportsbook director Chris Andrews instructed ESPN he took three bets on the Buccaneers to win the Tremendous Bowl from the identical particular person simply earlier than three p.m. this previous Thursday at odds of 50-1, 30-1 and 25-1.
“I’ve a sense that he had good info,” Andrews stated of that particular person.
Circa Sports activities sportsbook supervisor Chris Bennett added he believes any individual who made a “important” guess on the Buccaneers to win the Tremendous Bowl at 30-1 that very same day “knew” of Brady’s intentions.
“Vegas all the time is aware of,” teaches a dependable sports activities adage.