Since 1989, the losing team in the Super Bowl is 5-17 in Week 1 (0-12 in last 12 years).
When Patriots QB Tom Brady signed a $27 million contract extension back in February, there was a lot of cirticism for how conservative the deal was.
After Saturday's Ketucky Derby payout, Brady may be using horse racing to make up for the lack of football coin. (Yes, that was sarcasm.)
According to ProFootballTalk.com, Brady placed a $4,700 bet on Orb and walked away with a $25,000 return.