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Bills open as four-point underdogs against 3-6 Chargers

After two pitiful performances and with a cross-country flight ahead, the Bills opened as four-point underdogs for their Week 11 matchup with Anthony Lynn's Los Angeles Chargers.

The Bills (5-4) are well ahead of the Chargers (3-6) in the standings – the Bills would still own a wild-card spot if the season ended today – but the Chargers have a better point differential (minus-5 to minus-12) and have faced tougher competition (.525 strength of schedule versus .470). Plus they're the home team, so Vegas made them the favorite.

Sunday is also a reunion game for first-year Chargers coach Anthony Lynn, who was the Bills' offensive coordinator last season.

Betting lines differ at various sportsbooks, though usually not by much. Online betting site Bovada set its line at 4 points, as did the Westgate Superbook. Other game lines compiled by Vegas Insider favored the Chargers by 4.5 points.

As always, game lines are provided for entertainment purposes only.

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