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Buffalo Bills Odds to Win the 2012 Super Bowl

Written by:
Tyrone Black
Published on:
Sep/25/2011
Buffalo Bills Odds to Win the 2012 Super Bowl

Starting off 3-0 and having beaten the team that was favored to win the 2012 Super Bowl, the New England Patriots, the Buffalo Bills odds to win the championship will still have great value at Bookmaker.eu when odds are updated this week.  But another win next weekend will almost certainly cut the price further.  Anyone out there who thinks the Bills can win the 2012 Super Bowl betting lock those odds in this week here.

Oddsmakers had only given the Bills the OVER/UNDER 5.5 regular season wins in the totals betting, which is no longer available.

They had been listed with 35/1 odds to win the AFC East.

Buffalo opened at 1000/1 odds to win the 2012 Super Bowl, with a payout potential of $10,000 for every $100 bet. 

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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