Buffalo Bills Bookies: Can This Team Really Win Over 8 Regular Season Games?

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Jul/10/2016

Most bookies catering to the Buffalo Bills sports bettors suffered a small loss last season, assuming they opted not to use an outsourcing Pay Per Head company.  If they did so, odds are good they probably walked away with a small profit.

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The Bills final season record was only a game above the .500 mark Against The Spread with the OVER/UNDER split.  Since 2012, the local Buffalo bookies (managing on their own) either broke even or suffered losses.

This year’s Bills team is expected to win UNDER 8 regular season games outright

As with every season, the Bills appear just on the cusp of a Playoffs run. 

The folks at Athlon note that, head coach Rex Ryan “needs to focus on making Buffalo’s defense one of the top units in the NFL. If he does that, and Taylor takes a step forward at quarterback, the Bills might just win those two to three extra games needed to snap their unfathomable postseason drought”.

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