Sunday afternoon, the New England Patriots look for revenge after suffering a close defeat last week, as they travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills. Gametime is scheduled for 1:00 PM ET in Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo, NY, and the game will be televised regionally on CBS.
New England comes into this game after a close 31-30 loss on the road to the Baltimore Ravens. Despite being up 20-14 at halftime, the Patriots could not hold onto the win, as the Falcons scored 10 points in the last 4:01 to make up the difference and take the lead. A 27-yard field goal as time expired gave the Ravens the 1 point edge. The Patriots also suffered a 503-396 edge in offensive yards. QB Tom Brady had a decent game, throwing 28-of-41 for 335 yards and a touchdown. Start your Football Wagering on Patriots vs. Bills Game.
The Bills come into this game after winning on the road over the Cleveland Browns, 24-14. In that one, the Bills enjoyed a 344-240 edge in offensive yards, including a 138-33 edge in rushing yards. They also forced 2 Browns interceptions, while keeping them scoreless in the first and fourth quarters. QB Ryan Fitzpatrick had a decent showing, throwing 22-of-35, for 208 yards, and 3 touchdowns.
The Patriots had owned the Bills in years past, covering and winning 7 straight matchups. However, Buffalo turned that around last year, as they came back from a 21-0 deficit to win 34-31. Can the Bills make it two in a row over the Pats? It’s possible, as the Bills have covered their last 2 home games by 29 and 15 points. The Patriots, though, are 11-2 ATS as a road favorite of fewer than 4 points when playing an opponent in their division, and it is unlikely they will lose three straight games.
The Pats are 2-1 ATS on the season, and 2-0 ATS on the road so far. The Bills are 2-1 ATS overall, and 1-0 ATS in Buffalo. Check the NFL Wagering Odds for Patriots vs. Bills Game.
These teams have met 22 times since 2001, with the Patriots leading 20 games to 2. They last met in January 2012, with the Pats winning 49-21 after being favored by 10 ½ points. In that 34-31 Buffalo win in September 2011, the Patriots were 7 point favorites. Prior to that, New England had won and covered 7 straight times over Buffalo.
For this Sunday’s game, the Patriots are 4 point road favorites from SBGGlobal. The over/under is set at 52 points.
Open an Account for the best Sportsbook Parlay and Vegas Teaser Payouts in the Industry.
Check the Game Podcast: