What The Line Should Really Be On The Washington Football Team vs. Buffalo Bills Week 3 Game

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Don Shapiro
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The Buffalo Bills were seeing upwards of 85% of the betting action Sunday in their game against The Washington Football team.  Despite this, the line on the game has moved from -9 to -7 at the sharp books and even the recreational books are following suit.  Books have an obvious opinion on the Washington Football Team. Otherwise it defies logic that this line is moving in the wrong direction.  Take the Washington Football Team if you can get them still at +7.5.


We do have the line at Buffalo -8 but see some decline following last week's annihilation of the Dolphins by the Bills.  Washington has mostly kept games close as well.  Their supposed imposing defense as not exactly been entirely effective thus far however.

In his second career regular-season start, Taylor Heinicke went 34 of 46 for 336 yards with two touchdowns and an interception, rallying Washington to a 30-29 win over the New York Giants in Week 2.

As much as Washington's defense is concerned about what Allen can do in the passing game, the unit's history against mobile quarterbacks is even more of an issue. Giants QB Daniel Jones ran nine times for 95 yards and a touchdown last week.

Allen has 13 games of 45-plus yards rushing in his NFL career.

"It starts with the quarterback," Washington defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio said. "Big, strong athletic guy, able to extend plays, tremendous arm talent, arm strength, tough guy to bring down."

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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