- The Buffalo Bills Super Bowl odds sit at +1200 as the third choice on the board.
- Buffalo is the -160 betting favorite to win the AFC East.
- The Bills have -200 odds to have Over 10.5 wins in the 2021 season.
BUFFALO – The Buffalo Bills are slated right behind the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers in most futures odds, but can the team live up to the lofty expectations?
Buffalo Bills 2020 Season
The Buffalo Bills tied a franchise-best with a 13-3 record in the 2020 season. It also marked the first time since 1995 that the team won a playoff game. Most success came via the offense as the unit record 396.4 yards per game, tied for the second-most in the NFL. Buffalo was also second in points scored per game with 31.3.
The Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs connection was the jump starter to the offense as Diggs led the NFL in receptions, receiving yards and targets. However, the team still attempted to improve in the offseason.
Bills Offseason Acquisitions
- Emmanuel Sanders, WR
- Bobby Hart, RT
- Matt Breida, RB
- Jacob Hollister, TE
- Gregory Rousseau, DE
- Carlos Bashem Jr., DE
- Spencer Brown, OL
- Tommy Doyle, OL
- Efe Obada, DE
The Bills focused on pass rushers and offensive lineman in the draft, using each of their first four picks on either of the two positions. However, the team added some offensive weapons through free agency.
Buffalo Bills 2021 Odds
Most NFL betting sites have the Bills as the third choice to win the Super Bowl at +1200 odds. With -400 odds to make the playoffs and -160 odds to win the AFC East, the odds seem fair.
Buffalo Bills 2021/22 Total Wins
- Over 10.5 -200
- Under 10.5 +150
The Bills have had double-digit wins in back-to-back seasons and will attempt to make it the first time the franchise has won 10+ games in three consecutive years since the 1990-1993 run where they lost four straight Super Bowls.
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Nick is a football fanatic with years of sports journalism experience. He achieved a degree in Broadcast/Journalism from Penn State University. When he’s not covering the latest NFL odds you can catch him debating Brady > Belichick in his free time.