The Patriots Had a Rough Weekend
The Patriots had another rough weekend.
Coming off of last weekend's stunning playoff loss to the Tennesee Titans, the Patriots witnessed the Titans knocking off what was supposed to be the insurmountable Baltimore Ravens and their uber-mobile quarterback, Lamar Jackson.
If that wasn't enough, word came down Sunday afternoon that Julian Edelman was arrested over the weekend in Beverly Hills, California. Apparently, Edelman jumped on the hood of somebody's car in the ritzy Los Angeles suburb. There were some online reports that it was just a skateboarding accident that caused damage to the car, but police didn't take kindly to Edelman's off-field antics. The Super Bowl MVP was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor vandalism, according to WPRI-TV. No word on whether or not the arresting officer was a Chargers or Rams fan.
Finally, the Tom Brady drama continued as Las Vegas odds were released as to where the future first-ballot Hall of Famer will land for the 2020 season.
The most likely scenario should bring some level of relief to New England Patriots fans. The Boston Globe reports that the odds of Tom Brady staying with the team are 1 to 3. That means that you'd have to put up $300 to win $100 if Brady remains a member of the Patriots.
Where does Vegas think Tom Brady is most likely to land if he decides to leave the Patriots and try to win another Super Bowl wearing a different set of colors on Sundays? Oddsmakers put the Los Angeles Chargers as the front runners in the race to sign TB12. Betting $100 would pay off in a $200 win if Brady signs with the L.A. team. The Raiders and Cowboys have 7-1 odds of signing Tom Terrific.
The Patriots have until St. Patrick's Day to sign Brady to a contract, or he'll become a free agent.