Oddsmakers aren't expecting many points when the Bills host the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The over/under total is 36.5, which is the lowest in the NFL this season and the lowest in the NFL since the Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars game last season.
Assuming the total doesn't rise, the total will be less than the 37 combined points projected for the the Denver-Jacksonville game in Week 4 and the Chicago-New Orleans game in Week 6.
Both those games went way over – 50 points for Denver-Jacksonville and 61 for Chicago-New Orleans.
The Bills-Jaguars game last season also went over with 45 points – a 24-21 Bills win.
Before that, the Chiefs-Titans game in 2013 was the last with 36.5 total and ended up as a 26-17 Chiefs win.
Bettors were seduced by the weather conditions Sunday as 90% of the money at CGSportsbooks went to the under in the Bills-Eagles game. The total was 42 and went over when the Eagles sealed the game and a 31-13 win with a touchdown with six minutes remaining.