Rookie quarterback Josh Allen appears to be ahead of schedule in his quest to claim the Bills' starting job, but online betting site Bovada isn't buying the team's chances this season.
Bovada has consistently dropped the Bills' Super Bowl odds all offseason, and that trend continued Friday. Bovada downgraded the Bills to 100-1 after the draft, which was tied for the longest odds in the league, and their latest odds released Friday dropped the Bills even lower.
The site now has the Bills as 150-1 longshots, tying them with the Cardinals and Dolphins for the worst odds in the league. You already know which team has the best odds.
But hey, if you're a betting man or woman, maybe this is your time to get in on the action.
|Bovada's 2018 Preseason Super Bowl Odds|
|Feb. 5||March 22||May 1||Aug. 24|
|New England Patriots||5-1||5-1||5-1||6-1|
|Los Angeles Rams||18-1||14-1||9-1||17-2|
|Green Bay Packers||9-1||14-1||12-1||11-1|
|New Orleans Saints||18-1||18-1||22-1||14-1|
|Los Angeles Chargers||33-1||33-1||35-1||16-1|
|San Francisco 49ers||20-1||14-1||15-1||22-1|
|Kansas City Chiefs||28-1||33-1||40-1||33-1|
|New York Giants||50-1||50-1||75-1||40-1|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||40-1||50-1||65-1||90-1|
|New York Jets||66-1||100-1||100-1||100-1|
What to watch: The Bills play their third and most-important preseason game Sunday against the Bengals. Vic Carucci listed five things to watch for, including the team's suddenly interesting punting competition.
Report: Landry not fined: Bills players were upset with Browns receiver Jarvis Landry for his block on Taron Johnson in last week's preseason game. According to ESPN, Landry was not fined for the hit.
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