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Bills Under 7.5 Wins

Under 7.5 Wins Buffalo Bills – The Bill Over/Under win total opened at 7 but has since been bet up to 7.5 and the added value makes this an appealing wager, especially considering the Bills have been 7-9 or worse in 11 of the past fourteen seasons. Some optimism for the Bills has been due to two teams making coaching changes in the division but the Bills are 6-12 in AFC East games the past three years even with marginal results from the teams other than the Patriots. This Bills finished last season with a 6-10 SU record and that was against the 27th ranked schedule in the NFL. The Bills average loss margin of minus -6.6PPG was 8th worse in the league and barely better than the Jets (-6.8PPG) who finished the season with a 4-12 record. In fact, the Bill average loss margin was worse than the 4-12 49ers who lost last season by an average of 5.8PPG. In other words, when the Bills lost, they did it in convincing fashion. Now let’s examine their wins form a year ago. Of their six wins last season only two came against teams with a winning record and those six victories were against opponents that had a combined 39-56-1 straight up record. The Bills won games with a defense that finished near the top of the league in several key categories, including 2nd overall in yards per game allowed. Was the Bills defense that great or was it a result of playing nine games against the 20th ranked offense or worse in the NFL? Four of those nine games came against the Dolphins and Jets who ranked second to last (Miami) and 4th from the bottom (Jets) in yards gained per game last season. Offensively, the Bills were right there with the previously mentioned horrific offenses of the Jets and the Dolphins as Buffalo produced just 298.6 yards per game which was 30th in the NFL. The Bills 4.7 yards per play last season was the second worst average in the NFL, barely ahead of the Cardinals who were at 4.3YPPL. In fairness, the Bills did face some of the league’s better defenses last season but not enough great units to warrant where they finished in most offensive categories. Buffalo went out and spent a lot of money to bring in several players which makes them deeper, but they didn’t go out and add any big-name players that would make a dramatic impact. They are young at QB with Josh Allen, have an aging back in McCoy and lack big play receives on the offensive side of the football. The offense shouldn’t get any worse this season, but it may not be better. Based on our math model projects the defense will slide back to the pack this season and finish 14th or near average. Looking at the schedule we have the Bills favored in 6 games this season and two of them are very slight. Those banking on Buffalo getting to 8 wins are likely calling for wins in Week 1 and Week 2 vs. the Jets and Giants but starting 2-0 with a pair of road games is a reach for a squad that is 22-50 S/U on the road since 2010 including 5-12 S/U the past two years under McDermott. The over-adjustment by the oddsmakers have us on the UNDER 7.5 WINS for the Bills.


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