NFL lines have the Bills as big underdogs this week at Jacksonville. NFL betting odds have seen the Bills struggle almost the entire time Jauron has been the head coach. He was 24-33 since being hired by former general manager Marv Levy in 2006. NFL betting odds indicate that the interim head coach is expected to be defensive coordinator Perry Fewell. “I am announcing today that I am relieving Dick Jauron from his duties as our head coach, effective immediately,"
Bills owner Ralph Wilson said. "I have tremendous respect for Dick and thank him for all of his efforts during these past four years. While this was a very difficult decision, I felt that it is one that needed to be made at this time for the best interest of our team. We will now focus on moving forward and preparing for our game this week in Jacksonville."
The Bills have pretty much been an NFL betting odds mess ever since Jauron was hired. Before this NFL lines season even began the team fired offensive coordinator Turk Schonert which proved to be another bad move. Jauron simply is not head coaching material. He has a record of 60-82 as a head coach in the NFL betting odds. He never had a winning record in Buffalo. There was optimism this year though in NFL betting odds for the Bills after they acquired Terrell Owens. The offense has been terrible though as NFL lines numbers show and quarterbacks Trent Edwards and Ryan Fitzpatrick have not gotten the job done.
The Bills have really had their struggles this NFL betting odds season, especially on offense. NFL betting odds have seen them score only 15 points per game this season with offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt. The Bills rank 29th in total yards as NFL betting odds stats show and 28th in points scored.
The Bills have actually been competitive versus the NFL betting odds on the road this season. They are 3-2 versus the NFL lines on the road so they could be worth a look with their new coach in their NFL betting odds game at Jacksonville on Sunday.