Online NFL Betting – Buffalo Bills vs. Denver Broncos

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Online NFL betting odds have the Denver Broncos favored at home against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

The Broncos look to be headed to the playoffs while the Bills have collapsed. NFL Week 16 odds definitely favor the Broncos and many gamblers betting NFL action will probably agree.

Online NFL betting history also supports the Broncos in this game. Denver is 6-4 both straight up and against the Online NFL betting pointspread in the last ten meetings against the Bills. The teams have played three times this decade with Denver winning all three straight up and going 2-1 against the online NFL betting odds. Last season in Buffalo, the Broncos won 15-14 as online NFL betting results show.

Five of the last seven meetings between the two teams have gone over the online NFL betting total. Gamblers betting NFL action will be leaning to the over simply because Denver has a great offense and a rotten defense. The Broncos are 2nd in the NFL in total yards offensively as online NFL betting stats show. The problem for Denver is they are in the bottom few on defensive yards allowed according to online NFL betting stats. Jay Cutler and the offense usually have to outscore teams to win and more often than not they have.

The Bills have the opposite problem. They can’t score. Since starting off the season red-hot, the Bills have been totally inept on offense and have fallen into the bottom third of the league as online NFL betting statistics show. Online NFL betting stats indicate that the defense is still decent, ranking near the Top 10 in points allowed. Buffalo has not gotten good play out of the quarterback position since early in the season and that is one of the reasons that gamblers betting NFL action are a little bit leery of taking the Bills in this contest.

NFL Week 16 odds are excellent to wager on with a number of great online NFL betting games on the slate. Open a New Account at SBG Global and begin betting NFL action today.

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