That is really hard to do with the Buffalo Bills. They are 125-1 in NFL preseason betting to win the Super Bowl and they are given no real chance of winning the AFC East at odds of 30-1.
NFL preseason odds could have the Bills as underdogs in all four of their preseason games. They will definitely be underdogs in their opener at Washington. They will probably be underdogs in their second game against Indianapolis which will be played in Toronto. In Week 3 they host the Bengals and they should be underdogs again even though they are at home. Even against the Detroit Lions on the road they are going to be getting points in NFL preseason betting.
Buffalo has missed the playoffs the last 10 years and they are likely to miss out again in 2010. The Bills have a lot of problems on both sides of the ball and on the side lines. The team hired Chan Gailey as their head coach but he is not a good NFL head coach. He can be a good offensive coach and he will need to be with this team. The Bills do not have a good starting quarterback, not much receiving talent and a questionable running game. The Bills will try and find a starting quarterback between Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Brohm. Good luck. At least the Bills have Fred Jackson who rushed for over 1,000 yards last season. They also got C.J. Spiller in the first round of the NFL Draft and he should help. Lee Evans is their only decent receiver. The offensive line is not very good and no off-season improvements were made.
The defense has a few players that are talented led by linebacker Paul Posluszny who had over 100 tackles last season. Aaron Schobel has talent but he is rarely motivated to play. The secondary is the one strength for Buffalo as they have Jairus Byrd who tied for the NFL lead in interceptions with nine. The Bills intercepted 28 passes, second most in the league. There are actually a couple of more bright spots for Buffalo in NFL preseason odds as kicker Rian Lindell is among the league’s best and punter Brian Moorman is superb.