New customer offer: Brady price boost of 10/1 to throw a touchdown as Patriots play Browns
Simon Sinclair | 9 October 2016
Take this Brady price boost while you can!
Tom Brady returns to action in the NFL on Sunday for New England Patriots after completing his four-game suspension for the deflategate scandal.
In light of this, he is the subject of a new Coral new customer offer. A Brady price boost of 10/1 is available for him to throw a touchdown. The regular price for the 39-year-old to achieve this against Cleveland Browns is 1/20.
Simply stake £/€5 only and, if successful, you’ll stand to claim winnings of £/€50, that will be paid out as free bets within four days of the end of the contest.
This market opens at 15:00 BST on October 8 and closes at 18:00 on matchday. Brady will come out firing with his team against inferior opposition, so it’s not one to be missed!
Here at Coral we are regularly running great promotional offers, so check out those previous specials. And, read on to find out more reasons why you should take this tasty offer…
Brady raring to go after suspension
The 39-year-old is back and raring to go having had to watch his side from the sidelines.
That was after enduring a long legal battle with the league over the past 18 months. And, after a report judged that he was generally aware that members of the Patriots’ equipment staff had deflated footballs in their AFC Championship win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Brady watched as his side fared well without him until week four when they were shut out by the Buffalo Bills. Rookie Jacoby Brissett struggled after backup Jimmy Garoppolo sustained a shoulder injury two weeks prior.
The two-time MVP will have a series of potent weapons at his disposal. Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Chris Hogan and Martellus Bennett have all started the campaign in good form.
All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski has been struggling with a hamstring injury. However, he has played the last two matches and will be eager to get back to his best with Brady back behind center.
Brady and his offense will face a Cleveland Browns outfit that has had huge troubles stopping the opposition this term. They allowed 28.8 points and over 350 yards per game. As a result, the man who has thrown 69 touchdowns over the past two seasons is likely to have a successful return to action.