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Super LIII is scheduled for Feb, 3, 2019, in Atlanta and the odds have already been posted by a variety of sports books and gambling websites. The consensus has the New England Patriots at the top of the heap to win the Super Bowl at +500 or 5-1, followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers at +1000 or 10-1. The Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers and Philadelphia Eagles are th…

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The combination of things work nicely in Buffalo’s favor again this week. The New England Patriots have a putrid 0-4 against the spread mark as home favorites in games following the Pittsburgh Steelers. Toss in a poor 1-3 ATS mark at home in games following a three-game road trip and that New England has been outgained in each of its last two games and you have the maki…

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The Bills (6-6) are chasing the Jaguars and Ravens for an AFC wild card spot. They should be able to make up some ground in the next few weeks with Indianapolis and Miami coming to town, but with QB Tyrod Taylor day-to-day with a patellar tendon contusion and Nathan Peterman on standby, we’re more in limbo than Chubby Checker. It’s probably a good thing as our database …

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Wow, Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott is one snakebitten guy. After being crucified for his part in the Great Nathan Peterman Disaster versus the Chargers, McDermott wised up and returned QB Tyrod Taylor to his rightful starting position versus Kansas City. The Bills upset the Chiefs, but what does McDermott get for a reward? A visit from one of the most frightening ju…

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The feeling here is the move back to Tyrod Taylor could provide the impetuous needed for the Bills to regain their footing and move forward. They catch an overrated foe in the Kansas City, which has plenty of problems of its own as the Chiefs enter just 1-4 in their last five games. The biggest hurdle for Buffalo will be overcoming QB Alex Smith’s sterling 10-1 straight…

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The only matchup of winning teams on the schedule this week finds the super-hot Saints coming to Buffalo to face the Bills. The good news for the Saints is their 6-0 record straight up and against the spread during their current six-game winning streak. The bad news is that NFL favorites of seven or fewer points riding a six-game SU and ATS streak are just 3-17 against …

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Sometimes the toughest games for winning teams in the NFL are those they are expected to win. And the proof is in the pudding as far as Buffalo is concerned with the Bills just 6-9 straight up and 2-11-2 against the spread when laying points at AFC East sites. Buffalo enters 6-2 straight up and against the spread in the last eight games in this series, but 0-5 against t…