NFL Buffalo Bills Calendar Betting Odds & Analysis

NFL Buffalo Bills Calendar Betting Odds & Analysis

Written by on June 7, 2021

June 1 has come and gone, and we have already seen a major move being made in the NFL. It was no surprise that Julio Jones wanted out of Atlanta, and that is exactly how things played out, with the star WR headed to Tennessee in exchange for draft picks. It’s a move that could potentially change how things play out in the coming season for both teams. We have already put together our early odds and analysis for the Falcons, so things may well change wen we talk about their chances as we get closer to kick-off. For now, we are going to continue with our early assessment of all the teams in the league and turning our attention to the Buffalo Bills for this piece. Can they build on what they did last season and get one step closer to a Super Bowl? Let’s try to find that out so you can plan your bets against their NFL odds.

NFL Betting – Buffalo Bills Calendar Odds & Analysis For the 2021-22 Season

The Bills in 2020

After spending over a decade living in the shadow of the New England Patriots in the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills broke out and won their first division title since 1995. Sure, you could argue and say that they only managed that after Tom Brady bolted to Tampa, but that would be very unfair to a Bills team that is a legitimate Super Bowl contender.

It was the play of QB Josh Allen that lifted the Bills into contender status, which was something that probably came as a surprise to many people who thought that the young QB had all the makings of a bust. He helped the Bills to a 13-3 record in the regular season and a pair of wins in the playoffs before finally falling to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.

Odds to Make the Playoffs and Win the Super Bowl

Looking ahead to this season, the Bills look like a very good bet to win the division once again. The Dolphins might be a threat and the Patriots look as though they might be better than last season, but from top to bottom, the Bills have the best squad in the division. We will get to learn a lot about this team in the opening two weeks of the season, as they will start things out with games against the Steelers and the Dolphins. If they can come out of that with a pair of wins, we could well be looking at a team set to go on another regular season roll. They have some tough games ahead of them after that, including matchups against the two teams in the Super Bowl last year. It’s not going to be easy, but when asking the question about whether the Bills will make the playoffs or not, the bookies seem to be clear on the answer:

While the East does look as though it will be a little stronger this season, the Bills are still very much the class team of the four. The big question right now is whether Josh Allen can kick on from last season and continue to improve or whether he takes a bit of a step back. I think we are only beginning to see the best of him, so I would not be surprised to see the Bills match their win total from last season.

If Allen plays to the same level as last year, then this team is once again a legitimate threat, although they are still going to need to get past the Chiefs at some point. Right now, the bookies have them at +1100 to win the Super Bowl, which is a very nice price for a legit contender.

As far as winning the Super Bowl goes, I don’t give this team much of a shot. The bookies seem to agree, as they have Minnesota at +4000 to win it all.


NFL Buffalo Bills Calendar Analysis In 2020

Thanks to the departure of Tom Brady from the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills (10-6 SU, 9-5-2 ATS) entered the 2020 NFL regular season with its best chance to win the division title since they last won it way back in 1995.

While Buffalo is coming off a solid 10-6 season that saw them reach the playoffs for the second time in three seasons under head coach Sean Payton, the Bills have the fifth toughest schedule (.525) in the league this coming season.

The AFC East plays non-division games against the AFC West and NFC West this season and that means the Bills will face the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs, the defending NFC champion San Francisco 49ers and two other teams that recorded winning records in playoff participant Seattle and the LA Rams.


NFL Betting News

Odds and Lines: NFL Betting | Live Betting | Super Bowl | Playoffs | AFC | NFC