In a recent press conference, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen said that he spent a great deal of the off-season searching for ways to improve his play after the Bills were humiliated at home by the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional playoff round. Allen basically broke down his entire process, from studying film to analyzing where his feet and eyes start the throwing motion. In 2022, the Bills were second in the NFL in total offense, scoring offense, and scoring defense, and they were sixth in total defense. The off-season also featured some discord with star wide receiver Stefon Diggs, but Allen worked to smooth over the disagreement. On defense, Tre’Davious White is back and healthy, and edge rusher Von Miller back. Let’s look at the current NFL betting odds for each of the Bills’ 17 regular-season games along with some matchups for you to consider this fall.
NFL Betting News: Top Betting Games for the Buffalo Bills
WeekOpponentPoint Spread1 at N.Y. Jets -1.52 vs Las Vegas Raiders -83 at Washington Commanders -4.54 vs Miami Dolphins -3.55 vs Jacksonville Jaguars -3.56 vs N.Y. Giants -77 at New England Patriots -3.58 at Denver Broncos -3.59 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers -1010 at Cincinnati Bengals +111 vs Denver Broncos -612 vs N.Y. Jets -3.513 at Philadelphia Eagles +1.514 at Kansas City Chiefs +3.515 vs Dallas Cowboys -416 at L.A. Chargers -117 vs New England Patriots -5.518 at Miami Dolphins +1.5
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Week 1: at N.Y. Jets (-1.5)
This is sizing up to be the first of many showdowns between Josh Allen and Aaron Rodgers, now that these two elite quarterbacks play in the same division. MetLife Stadium will be raucous for this season opener, as Jets fans have more cause for optimism than they have had in a long time. Will the Jets’ offense be synced up yet? Rodgers has laid some eggs in season openers in the past, but he has two of his favorite receivers on the roster (Randall Cobb and Allen Lazard). Can the Jets land a blow with a major upset in Week 1? Bills to win and cover.
Week 5: vs Jacksonville Jaguars (-3.5)
The Jacksonville Jaguars have snuck on other teams in big road upsets recently, including that win in Los Angeles over the Chargers – not just in the regular season but also in the wild-card playoff round last year. They also hung with Kansas City well into their divisional round playoff game, making a much more impressive showing than the Bills did in that round against the Chiefs. Trevor Lawrence is playing with all the confidence in the world, and he has talent around him. This is the kind of early-season game that the Bills have a way of coughing up. Jaguars to cover.
Week 10: at Cincinnati Bengals (+1)
This is a rematch not just of last year’s AFC divisional playoff but also the frightening game when Damar Hamlin almost passed away on the football field, leading to the extremely rare cancellation of an NFL game without replay. The Bengals have beefed up their offensive line, and the Bills have filled holes on both sides of the ball. I’m not sure I trust the Bills in this type of showdown. Bengals to win and cover.
Week 15: vs Dallas Cowboys (-4)
Fans who remember older NFL history will recall that the Cowboys and the Bills met in back-to-back Super Bowls (XXVII and XXVIII), the end of a four-year Buffalo run as AFC champions. Dallas won both of those games by a combined score if 82-30, and the Bills have not been back to a Super Bowl since. These two teams come in fairly evenly matched; Dallas has the slightly better defense on paper, while the Bills have the better offense, particularly in the passing game. The Cowboys have a way of stacking up wins against NFC East opponents and against sub-.500 opponents outside the division – and the Bills are neither. Buffalo to win and cover.
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