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Tom Brady poses on the Red Carpet ahead of the 25th Laureus World Sports Awards gala in Madrid as we look at the Tom Brady roast odds.
Tom Brady poses on the Red Carpet ahead of the 25th Laureus World Sports Awards gala in Madrid on April 22, 2024. Javier Soriano/AFP.

Plenty of verbal barbs will be thrown Tom Brady's way on Sunday during the Roast of Tom Brady on Netflix, and one of our best sportsbooks is offering Tom Brady roast odds.

Tom Brady spent 23 years dodging the opposition in the NFL on his way to seven Super Bowl titles. He somehow managed to evade seemingly all carbs off the field, too.

None of that will matter tonight at 8 p.m. ET, when comedians and former teammates - and very likely one rather notable former head coach, with Bill Belichick widely rumored to be joining - poke fun during the "Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady on Netflix."

It'll be the first time a Netflix roast special is aired live, with Kevin Hart hosting from the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

Confirmed guests include comedians Jeff Ross, Bert Kreischer, Tom Segura, Nikki Glaser, Andrew Schulz, Tony Hinchcliffe, and Sam Jay, with former teammates Randy Moss, Julian Edelman, Drew Bledsoe, and Rob Gronkowski also joining, all as part of the "Netflix is a Joke Fest."

Let's look at some of the top Tom Brady roast odds from FanDuel.

Tom Brady roast odds

Longest former teammate/coach roast by minutes

Rob Gronkowski+184
Julian Edelman+270
Randy Moss+340
Drew Bledsoe+680
Bill Belichick+880

Gronk is understandably the favorite given the long history between the two, with the tight end spending his entire career receiving passes from Brady after following him to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

But Moss feels like the value play only because of his greater experience on stage than the others. There's a clear difference between doing stand-up comedy in front of a live audience and being on a television set. Still, Moss has logged plenty of time in front of a camera while being on ESPN's "Sunday NFL Countdown" since 2016.

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First guest to roast Tom Brady

Jeff Ross+360
Rob Gronkowski+470
Julian Edelman+790
Randy Moss+790
Bill Belichick+880
Nikki Glasser+880
Bert Kreischer+920
Drew Bledsoe+920
Tom Segura+920
Ben Affleck+1300
Andrew Schulz+1500
Sam Jay+2500
Tony Hinchcliffe+2500

In addition to reporting that Belichick will make an appearance, NFL Network's Gregg Rosenthal noted that actor and avid Boston sports fan Ben Affleck is likely to surface, too.

But Ross is rightly the favorite as the well-established Roastmaster General on Comedy Central. He's racked up a long list of appearances, including on the roasts of Donald Trump, Justin Bieber, Charlie Sheen, Alec Baldwin, and Pamela Anderson.

Total live Netflix viewers

Total viewsOdds
8.01 million - 9 million+210
7.01 million - 8 million+225
9.01 million - 10 million+250
7 million and under+610
10.01 million and higher+790

Never forget that anything remotely tied to the NFL is viewership gold.

The most recent example is the NFL draft. Oh sure, that's been a major draw for many, many years. And yet it continues to smash records, as it did during Round 1 in 2024 when 275,000 people attended in person, with Detroit cruising past the previous mark that Nashville established in 2019 (200,000).

There are also plenty of fans who attend the scouting combine, and this past preseason 6.3 million people watched the Hall of Fame Game, in which starters played maybe one series. The latter was the highest number since 2018.

It's NFL adjacent, and it's Brady, whom many people would enjoy seeing knocked down a peg. A lot of eyeballs will be on various glowing picture screens. Maybe not more than 10 million, but a lot.

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