Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Betting Odds
The Buffalo Bills Super Bowl betting odds were one of the longest heading into the 2019 NFL season. The Bills had a dismal 2018 finishing the season with a record of 6-10. Rookie quarterback Josh Allen struggled in his first season but did lead the team in passing and rushing categories. The Bills couldn’t get running back LeSean McCoy going either as he had the worst season of his career rushing for a career-low 514 yards on 161 carries. No receiver had over 700 receiving yards last season. There is a lot of work that needs to be done to get the Bills back into playoff contention.
Through free agency Buffalo added former Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley and former Ravens receiver John Brown, both being upgrades at the receiver position. Through the NFL draft this year they made small strides in turning the team around by drafting Defensive Tackle Ed Oliver out of Houston in the first round and following that pick they selected Offensive Lineman Cody Ford in the second round. Now, only time will tell if the chances for the Bills to make the Super Bowl improve. Throughout the season, bookmakers will keep bettors posted on the latest Super Bowl betting odds and AFC odds for the Bills. Check back frequently to find the best lines on the Buffalo Bills for the 2019-20 season.
The Super Bowl 54 betting odds for the Buffalo Bills sound better than they are. This franchise is in the middle of rebuilding and may not even come close to making the playoffs in 2019. It also doesn’t help that the Bills face Tom Brady and the Patriots twice a season. The Bills came into 2019 with a better roster than they had last year, that’s a positive sign. If the Bills can somehow get their offense in a flow early in the season it would go a long way towards improving their Super Bowl 54 odds. This is a team you will not want to bet the house on, but there is still immense value in certain props and futures. With that in mind, the Super 54 betting odds for the Buffalo Bills are available at sites like Bovada, BetOnline, and MyBookie.
The Buffalo Bills AFC Conference championship odds are slim to none. The franchise is going all-in on building around second-year quarterback Josh Allen while he is still on his rookie contract. While the perennial favorite of the AFC is the Bills division rival the New England Patriots, the Bills will look to put the conference on notice and display some progress in 2019. The Bills still have running back LeSean McCoy and added former Jacksonville Jaguars running back TJ Yeldon to help in pass-catching situations. This is one of the more underrated backfield duos in the NFL and could be a key part of why the Bills AFC Conference odds could increase as the season progresses. Each week, keep an eye on how the AFC odds for the Buffalo Bills fluctuate.