Buffalo Bills: 2015 NFL Football Betting Odds, Preview and Schedule

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Buffalo Bills 2015 NFL Sports Betting Preview
LAST GAME: won 11-10 vs Cleveland Browns on Preseason Week 2
NEXT GAME: Aug 29 at Pittsburgh Steelers On Preseason Week 3
Sports Betting Lines: N/A | TOTAL: N/A
O/U Wins Total: 8.5 (O +120, U -150) Provides by Betonline.ag
Odds to Win 2015-2016 AFC East: +500 (5/1)  Provides by Bovada
Odds to Win 2015-2016 AFC Coference: +1800 (18/1) Provides by Bovada
Last Year W/L: 9-7
2015 Buffalo Bills NFL Football Schedule
Odds to Win 2016 Super Bowl 50

Bovada

+4000 (40/1)

bet online

+2800 (28/1)

top bet

+3000 (30/1)

LAST 5 GAMES
RESULT ATS RESULT TOTAL
Aug 20 – Won 11-10 at Cleveland W (2½) U (40)
Aug 14 – Lost 25-24 vs Carolina L (-3) O (37)
Dec 28 – Won 17-9 at New England W (4½) U (43½)
Dec 21 – Lost 26-24 at Oakland L (-6½) O (42)
Dec 14 – Won 21-13 vs Green Bay W (3½) U (49½)
TEAM STATISTICS
OFFENSIVE RANK
AVERAGE SCORE FOR: 21.4 18
TOTAL YARDS: 318.5 26
RUSHING YARDS: 92.6 25
PASSING YARDS: 225.9 18
DEFENSIVE RANK
AVERAGE SCORE AGAINST: 18.1 4
TOTAL YARDS: 311.8 4
RUSHING YARDS: 106.6 11
PASSING YARDS: 205.2 3

Bills Down Cleveland 11-10 
Buffalo earned a 11-10 victory over Cleveland on Thursday in Pre-Season Week 2 action at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Buffalo was an underdog by +2.5 points and came through with an ATS victory for bettors. The game went UNDER the consensus closing total of 40.0.
Tyrod Taylor rushed for 41 yards, while Bronson Hill added 25 yards in the win. Chris Gragg and Deonte Thompson added 56 and 35 receiving yards respectively.
Terrance West rushed for 42 yards for Cleveland, while Johnny Manziel added 19 yards. Johnny Manziel threw for 118 yards for the Browns, while receivers Darius Jennings and Rob Housler had 40 and 27 yards respectively.
Buffalo lost the offensive yardage battle to Cleveland 232-231 yards in Thursday’s game. Buffalo had more first downs as that total ended up 17-16.
Buffalo led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 31:27-28:33 split in that important category.
Next game, Buffalo takes its act home to face Pittsburgh looking for another win. For Cleveland, they head on the road to face Tampa Bay.

Bills Fall 25-24 Against Carolina
The Panthers were Pre-Season Week 1 winners on Friday, coming out on top of the Bills by a score of 25-24 at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Carolina was an underdog by +3.0 points and came through with an ATS victory for bettors. The game went OVER the consensus closing total of 37.0.
Cameron Artis-Payne rushed for 24 yards, while Jordan Todman added 23 yards in the win. Devin Funchess and Brandon Wegher added 53 and 42 receiving yards respectively.
Bryce Brown rushed for 52 yards for Buffalo, while Tyrod Taylor added 47 yards. EJ Manuel threw for 77 yards for the Bills, while receivers Deonte Thompson and Marquise Goodwin had 61 and 29 yards respectively.
Carolina lost the offensive yardage battle to Buffalo 368-337 yards in Friday’s game. Buffalo had more first downs as that total ended up 23-20.
Buffalo lost the time of possession battle 00:50-00:10, leaving their defense on the field more than they wanted.
Carolina looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against the Dolphins. The Bills will aim to get back on the winning track at Cleveland.

Buffalo Defeats New England 17-9
Buffalo earned a 17-9 victory over New England on Sunday in Week 17 action at Gillette Stadium.
Buffalo was the ATS victor, as they covered the +4.5-point spread as an underdog. Over-Under bettors who played UNDER the total of 43.5 were rewarded at the payout window.
Kyle Orton completed 16 of 23 pass attempts for 176 yards and 1 TDs for the Bills in the win.
LeGarrette Blount rushed for 62 yards for New England, while Jimmy Garoppolo added 16 yards. Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 90 yards for the Patriots, while receivers Brandon LaFell and Brian Tyms had 70 and 39 yards respectively.
Buffalo outgained New England 268-260 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 16-14 by the Bills.
New England led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 30:57-29:03 split in that important category.

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