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Buffalo Bills Betting Odds 2009 – 2010 Revisited

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Jul/26/2009
Buffalo Bills Odds 2009

With Terrell Owens showing up at training camp, apparently a happy camper of sorts and seemingly getting along well with the quarterback, Gambling911.com has decided to take yet another look at the Buffalo Bills betting odds for 2009 and hopefully 2010.

SBG Global has the Bills listed with +2500 odds to win the 2010 Super Bowl, with a payout potential of $2500 for every $100 bet.  They would pay out $1100 for every $100 bet to win the AFC Championship.  A potentially good bet should New England find itself vulnerable again (and will Tom Brady play as well post-injury?) is the Buffalo Bills odds to win the 2009 AFC East, paying $1000 for every $100 bet.  The Bills pay almost even odds to win OVER 7 ½ regular season games.  The oddsmakers at SBG Global have them as a favorite to win fewer, however. 

 

George N. Root III of Associated Content writes

"There has been a lot of talk about Terrell Owens joining the Buffalo Bills this off season, and in some cases the talk is justified. On the one hand Owens is still one of the best receivers to play the game. When TO is on his game he is good for anywhere from 10 to 15 touchdowns a season. The last time TO came anywhere near those numbers he helped the Philadelphia Eagles finally find their way to the Super Bowl. But the problem is that Trent Edwards is not Donovan McNabb, and the Bills' offensive line is not anywhere near the quality of the Eagles line that helped block the Eagles to a Super Bowl berth."

Unfortunately for Buffalo, they kick off their season with a Monday night game in New England.

A lot will depend on just how good the Saints and Jaguars are this year and if the Jets can make any headway.  We can't help but think that Buffalo will be a slightly more improved team over last year but they are playing some tough one's.  Let's face reality here:  Only two of the teams playing the Bills have had two consecutive poor seasons.  Jacksonville fell apart last year, but does anyone expect the same to happen in 2009?  Tampa Bay we will throw in the under .500 category for now.  Houston was starting to look really good, which adds a bit of a question mark for Week 8.  And the Jets are just a HUGE question mark.  It is entirely possible Buffalo can beat them in both games.   

Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

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