Tom Brady's Record in International Games Is Perfection for ATS and Prop Bettors

Tom Brady has never lost an international NFL game.
Tom Brady has never lost an international NFL game. / Andy Lyons/GettyImages

There's always some perfect, unbreakable record when it comes to Tom Brady, isn't there? I know, I know, it can be annoying recapping all of them for non-Pats or Bucs fans, but when it comes to sports betting, there is no fandom. There's only cold hard cash, and this little doozy on Brady is worth knowing for those looking to make some money betting the NFL in 2022.

Today, the league announced the international games for the 2022 season, and the now-unretired Brady and his Bucs were featured on the list. They'll be playing the Seahawks in Germany this coming season and, based on Brady's nearly-perfect performance in his three previous intentional games, this should be an auto bet on the Bucs.

Tom Brady Dominates International Games

Overall, Brady is 3-0 in his career international games, this is both on the moneyline and against the spread. In 2017, Brady threw for 339 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Patriots' 33-8 win over the Raiders at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. In 2012, Brady threw for 304 yards and 4 TDs in the Patriots 45-7 win over the Rams in London. In 2009, Brady threw for 308 yards and 3 TDs in the Patriots 35-7 win over the Bucs in London.

That means Brady's teams won those games by an average of 31.3 points per game, and Brady averaged 317 yards passing and 3.3 TDs. Yeah, I think I'll be betting the Bucs and Brady over props in that game.

Of course, the Seahawks are expected to stink this year, so we'll have to see how large the spread is in favor of the Bucs before plunking down any coin. But based on the fact that Brady loves putting on shows in new places and his history of dominating outside of the U.S. (he also dominates on U.S. soil, but whatever), I'm gonna go ahead and pencil in a few units for this one.