The Buffalo Bills may have won an impressive nine games in 2014, but they’ll still enter the 2015 regular season as one of my top online betting favorites to pull off a Cinderella kind of campaign, even if they do reside in the same division as the perennially-powerful New England Patriots.While they haven’t made a postseason appearance in over a decade, the ‘new-look’ Bills could find themselves reaching brand new heights in 2015 if all goes according to plan.Now, let’s see why the Bills could end up with the glass slipper on their feet when all is said and done this coming season.
2015 Online Betting Super Bowl OddsBuffalo Bills +7500While they narrowly missed out on earning a postseason berth in the AFC portion of the playoffs a year ago, the Buffalo Bills (9-7 SU, 9-7 ATS, 3-13 O/U) were still one of the surprise teams of 2014 as they recorded nine wins to post their first winning record since 2004.
Week 14. Bills at Eagles. We’ll bring the shade this time. pic.twitter.com/TNne7Rggmm— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) April 22, 2015Now, I believe Buffalo could be in for bigger and better things in 2015 after making a series of wise offseason moves that brought both, defensive-minded head coach Rex Ryan and elite running back LeSean McCoy to win-starved Buffalo.“Rex brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to the position that we feel will be a tremendous benefit to our players and the entire Bills organization,” Bills owner Terry Pegula said in a statement.Ryan, who takes over after former head coach Doug Marrone stunned the team by announcing his resignation following the 214 campaign, has already gone on record to say that he wants to “build a bully” in Buffalo and I believe it could happen as early as the coming season.Ryan commented on how he was able to pry McCoy away from the Philadelphia Eagles and foolhardy head coach Chip Kelly.“We were just kinda like stunned there for a little bit,” Ryan told reporters. “We were like really? Wow. Obviously, we were interested, and then the trade came down. We knew it wasn’t gonna be cheap by any stretch, and losing a player like Kiko Alonso is obviously a steep price, but we felt really good about it.”