Tom Brady announced his retirement on Wednesday through social media.

Brady's career is considered to be one of the greatest in the NFL.

Brady finished his career with a 213-157-11 (58%) record against the spread (ATS) in regular season games.

He was particularly successful as an underdog, finishing 51-13 (80%) ATS.

In regular-season games alone, Brady went 190-136-7 ATS, covering 58.3% of the time.

If someone had blindly bet on Brady in every game, they would have made a profit.

Games featuring Brady were frequently among the most bet on.

The public usually backed Brady's team.

The phrase "Don't bet against Brady" became a winning strategy for bettors.

Sportsbooks were often disappointed by Brady's success, but NFL fans and bettors are grateful for his performance.