- The Buffalo Bills have -280 moneyline odds against the Washington Commanders in Week 3.
- Washington has -110 odds to cover a 6.5-point spread at home.
- The point total is set at 44.5 points for Sunday’s game.
WASHINGTON – The Washington Commanders are 6.5-point underdogs at home to the Buffalo Bills. Washington covered a 3.5-point spread on the road against the Denver Broncos in Week 2.
Now, the 2-0 Commanders could prove themselves as a worthy bet on the Super Bowl with a win against the Bills.
Washington Commanders Vs Buffalo Bills Betting Lines
|Buffalo Bills||-6.5 (-110)||-280||O44.5 (-110)|
|Washington Commanders||+6.5 (-110)||+230||U44.5 (-110)|
The Commanders have +230 moneyline odds to pull the upset at home on Sunday. However, the Bills Super Bowl 58 odds at +1100 show the difference in experience with a young Commanders team.
Washington’s young core is skilled and are plenty capable of covering a 6.5-point spread against the Bills. Commanders quarterback Sam Howell impressed in Week 2 against a tough Denver Broncos defense with 299 passing yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Buffalo’s defense held the Las Vegas Raiders to 10 points and present another tough task for Howell. In terms of the spread, Buffalo covered as a road favorite in six of eight games last season.
Betting The Under At 44.5 Points (-110)
The Bills and Commanders both have excellent defenses that ranked in the top eight for points allowed per game in 2022. Buffalo’s defense ranks fifth in the NFL with 16 points allowed per game in 2023.
The key to the Commanders Super Bowl 58 odds is their defense that finished sixth in points and second in yards allowed per game from Week 9 on in 2022. It’s also the key to Sunday’s total going under 44.5 points with -110 odds.
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