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Brady vs. Wilson Most Touchdowns – Super Bowl Free Prop Pick

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This week I was assigned the job of picking some Super Bowl 49 Props. Check out this post and the other 6 that follow it. Here we go. The 2015 Super Bowl in Arizona is on Sunday between the Seahawks and Patriots.

NFL Football Gambling

Tom Brady -1/2 TD Passes (-125) vs. Russell Wilson +1/2 TD Passes (-105)

The Pick: Tom Brady -1/2 TD Passes (-125)

Brady will come out firing on Superbowl Sunday. He’s one of the most productive QBs in the NFL and is part of one of the best passing offenses in the NFL.

With an un solidified running back, New England will look to pass in the redzone. That is not the case for Seattle. They tend to give the ball to Marshawn Lynch and let him go to work.

While it is tough to pass on the Seattle secondary, Brady has shown he can beat just about anybody in the NFL. He’s thrown for 3 TDs in both of the Patriots playoff games and will need to do something along those lines to beat Seattle.

If the Patriots fall behind, they’ll scrap the run game and put the ball in Tom Brady’s hands. If New England is down in the 4th quarter, Brady will look to to be passing and scoring quick.

Laying just a 1/2 of touchdown with little juice is the right way to go here.

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