Could the Buffalo Bills Pay the Bill Come Playoff Time

Could the Buffalo Bills Pay the Bill Come Playoff Time?

January 6th, 2021 NFL Football, Sports Betting

At the onset of the season were doubts about Buffalo’s NFL betting viability. New England’s dynasty was likely going to end. But the big question was if anyone was good enough to fill Tom Brady’s void. Enter Bills quarterback Josh Allen. For one thing, he is having a breakout season. Allen has proven to be an asset where once he was a liability. Stefon Diggs is proving to be a legitimate number one receiver. While Sean McDermott is emerging as a top tier NFL coach. Defensive the Bills are making rapid strides. Buffalo is a potential hidden value.

Buffalo Bills 2020 NFL Playoffs Preview

Bills Odds to win Super Bowl at SBG:+1000
Bills Odds to win AFC Conference Championship:+450

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Buffalo Bills SBG Odds Overview

So far, the Bills have been one of the best sports betting values on the board. Buffalo was riding a seven-game cover streak. Have casual fans caught on yet? Will a flood of public converts drive up the price and harm value? By reason of these concerns should gamblers be careful!  Buffalo commands respect. Encompassing that is the need to ensure getting full value from the oddsmakers. For all that Kansas City, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh remain more public entries.

Buffalo Bills Coaching Staff

Sean McDermott has been Bills head coach since 2017. His background was as a defensive coordinator. This will be the third out of four seasons at Buffalo where he gained a playoff berth. He was nominated for NFL coach of the year in 2019. And then was extended last August through 2025.

Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has been in this role since 2018. Overall he has coached in the NFL since 2000. With the exception of 2017 at Alabama. Daboll has vast NFL offensive coordinator experience.

Defensive coordinator and assistant head coach Leslie Frazier came with McDermott in this role in 2017. Frazier was Vikings head coach from 2011-13. And has been an NFL DC at numerous stops. He played for the famous 1985 Chicago Bears.

Buffalo Bills Offensive Players

Quarterback Josh Allen, age 23. Was the 7th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. He played college ball at Wyoming. Extending his success was a 2020 Pro Bowl spot. Allen has been a rapid study. His annual QB ratings have gone from 67.9 to 85.3 to 106.4 this year. He exploded to 34 touchdown passes and 4320 yards. In sum, Allen has a career record of 27-15. Allen is also an effective runner. He averaged 4.2 yards per rush with 8 touchdowns in 2020.

Running backs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss are both over 4.3 yards per rush. In like manner, they combined for over 1100 yards rushing. Stefon Diggs has 120 catches for 1459 yards and 8 touchdowns. Commencing with 2020 has Diggs reached Pro Bowl status. Kicker Tyler Bass was 28-34 on field goals. Bass is a rookie.

Buffalo Bills Key Defensive Players

Safety Jordan Poyer leads Buffalo with 122 tackles. While linebacker AJ Klein and defensive end Mario Addison lead with 5 sacks. And Tre’Davious White has 3 interceptions with 11 PD’s.

Buffalo Bills 2020 Playoff Prognosis

On this occasion, the Bills have the opportunity to be the NFL betting dark horse. Allen is the quarterback Buffalo lacked in the 2019 playoffs. And the defense is coming on strong.

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