Sports Betting, Bookie Alert: Why the Buffalo Bills Might Improve

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Nov/04/2017

The Bills on Saturday signed veteran RB Travaris Cadet and placed RB Taiwan Jones (broken arm) on injured reserve. Cadet, 28, played three games earlier this season for the Jets, catching three passes for 26 yards. He has been known as a pass-catching back over his six NFL seasons with the Saints, Patriots, 49ers and Jets.

The Bills got manhandled by a Jets team that was only expected to win 3 regular season games in 2017 but continue to impress naysayers.  The is a Buffalo team that has been giving the Patriots a run for their money in the AFC East keep in mind.

The addition of Cadet should help their cause.

Depending on how the Saints perform Sunday, the Bills are likely to open as a +1 to +1.5 home underdog against New Orleans in Week 10.

AFC East odds were not readily available at the time of publication.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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