Buffalo Bills Odds

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The Buffalo Bills are practically Canada’s NFL team. Highmark Stadium, where the Bills play home games, is less than a half hour’s drive from the border. Some 20% or more of Bills season ticket holders are actually from Ontario.

That’s why Bills betting odds are huge at online sportsbooks in Ontario and elsewhere in Canada, as well.

How do you bet on the Bills at legal online sportsbooks north of the border? What odds are available and what bets can you make? Here’s your rundown including this week’s Bills point spread plus Super Bowl odds and key betting insights.

This week’s Bills odds: spread, Super Bowl, props

Below find the latest Buffalo Bills lines and odds as posted at legal online sportsbooks. This includes odds for this week’s Bills game plus the latest Bills Super Bowl futures, Josh Allen props and more.  Click on any line to go directly to the sportsbook that posted it. Once there, you can register for an account, claim any available bonuses and place a bet.

This week’s Bills spread

Bills Super Bowl, AFC odds

Josh Allen MVP, prop odds

Next up: AFC Divisional Round vs Kansas City Chiefs

  • Playoffs: AFC Divisional Round
  • Opponent Record: 12-5
  • Offense Rank: 3
  • Defense Rank: 27
  • Location: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium
  • Broadcast: CBS
  • Date: Sunday, January 23, 2022
  • Betting Lines And Odds For Bills Vs. Chiefs

    Chiefs vs Bills Betting Information updated as of January 19, 2022, 5:37 PM ET.
    Favorite Spread Favorite Spread Odds Underdog Spread Odds Total Over Total Odds Under Total Odds
    Chiefs -2 -109 -112 54.5 -109 -113

    The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from Consensus as of January 19, 2022, 5:37 PM ET.

    Bills Betting Trends

    • Buffalo has played 17 games, with 10 wins against the spread.
    • This year, the Bills have one ATS win in two games as an underdog of 2 points or more.
    • Buffalo's games this year have hit the over in 47.1% of its opportunities (eight times in 17 games with a set point total).

    Recent Meetings With The Chiefs

    Chiefs vs Bills: Last Three Meetings
    Date Home Away Spread Total Result
    1/24/2021 Chiefs Bills Chiefs, -3 55 KC, 38-24
    10/19/2020 Bills Chiefs Chiefs, -5.5 54.5 KC, 26-17
    11/26/2017 Chiefs Bills - - BUF, 16-10

    Betting Insights For The Chiefs Game

    • Kansas City's games this season have gone over 54.5 points nine of 18 times.
    • Buffalo's games have gone over 54.5 points in seven of 18 chances this season.
    • The two teams combine to score 56.6 points per game, 2.1 more than the over/under in this contest.
    • The 38.4 combined points per game that these two squads have allowed this season are 16.1 fewer than the 54.5 total in this contest.
    • The Chiefs and their opponents score an average of 51.9 points per game, 2.6 fewer than Sunday's total.
    • The 47.4 PPG average total in Bills games this season is 7.1 points fewer than this game's over/under.

    Bills Player Insights

    • Josh Allen leads Buffalo with 4,407 passing yards (259.2 ypg) on 409-of-646 passing with 36 touchdowns and 15 interceptions this season. He also has 763 rushing yards (44.9 ypg) on 122 carries while scoring six touchdowns on the ground.
    • Devin Singletary has carried the ball 188 times for a team-high 870 yards (51.2 per game), with seven touchdowns this year.
    • Stefon Diggs' team-leading 1,225 receiving yards (72.1 yards per game) have come on 103 receptions (and 164 targets) with 10 touchdowns.
    • Mario Addison has collected seven sacks to lead the team, while also recording eight TFL and 29 tackles.
    • Tremaine Edmunds, Buffalo's top tackler, has 108 tackles, seven TFL, and one interception this year.

    Buffalo Bills Injuries

    Player Pos. Injury Practice Participation Game Status Status Date
    Mario Addison DE Shoulder - questionable 1/20/2022
    Eli Ankou DT Covid-19 - out 1/20/2022

    Buffalo Bills 2021-2022 Schedule

    Week Date Opponent Result TV
    1 September 12, 2021 vs Pittsburgh Steelers L, 23-16 CBS
    2 September 19, 2021 at Miami Dolphins W, 35-0 FOX
    3 September 26, 2021 vs Washington Football Team W, 43-21 FOX
    4 October 3, 2021 vs Houston Texans W, 40-0 CBS
    5 October 10, 2021 at Kansas City Chiefs W, 38-20 NBC (SNF)
    6 October 18, 2021 at Tennessee Titans L, 34-31 ESPN (MNF)
    7 - BYE - -
    8 October 31, 2021 vs Miami Dolphins W, 26-11 CBS
    9 November 7, 2021 at Jacksonville Jaguars L, 9-6 CBS
    10 November 14, 2021 at New York Jets W, 45-17 CBS
    11 November 21, 2021 vs Indianapolis Colts L, 41-15 CBS
    12 November 25, 2021 at New Orleans Saints W, 31-6 NBC (TNF)
    13 December 6, 2021 vs New England Patriots L, 14-10 ESPN (MNF)
    14 December 12, 2021 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L, 33-27 CBS
    15 December 19, 2021 vs Carolina Panthers W, 31-14 -
    16 December 26, 2021 at New England Patriots W, 33-21 CBS
    17 January 2, 2022 vs Atlanta Falcons W, 29-15 FOX
    18 January 9, 2022 vs New York Jets W, 27-10 CBS
    1 January 15, 2022 vs New England Patriots - CBS
    2 January 23, 2022 vs Kansas City Chiefs - CBS

    What is the Bills point spread?

    The point spread aims to even out the odds on NFL teams in a game. A sportsbook sets a spread number that then factors into the final score for point spread bets. You can either deduct the points from the favourite or add them to the underdog’s score. This evens out the betting odds.

    The Bills might be heavy moneyline favourites at home over the Miami Dolphins with odds at -560, for example. But if you bet on Buffalo at -11 points, you’ll likely be betting at odds that are around -110. The Dolphins moneyline might pay as much as +420, but bet on the Dolphins at +11 and you’ll likely be looking at similar odds of around -110. As you can see, point spreads help reduce the risk of betting on a favourite while also giving bets on underdogs a more realistic chance of winning.

    What is the Bills moneyline?

    The moneyline is as straightforward as NFL betting gets. You simply pick which side you think will win and book a moneyline bet at the current odds. The odds are negative for the favourite, indicating you need to lay money to win money. But the odds are positive for the underdog, indicating you stand to win much more than you would have to bet.

    The Bills will be big moneyline favourites at home against the Miami Dolphins. The -560 odds tell you that you’d win $100, plus your bet back, on a bet of $560, as long as the Bills win. Of course, you could also take the Dolphins to pull off the big upset. At +420, if Miami wins, you’d win $420, plus your bet back, for every $100 you bet.

    Look for these odds to move if there’s heavy betting on one side or the other. If you’re lucky, you can get a better price on a prohibitive favourite, or the potential payout on an underdog will grow so big that it’s worth a shot. See more differences between betting the moneyline vs the spread.

    What is the Bills over/under?

    Totals, also known as over/unders, are bets on the total score landing over or under a line that the sportsbook sets. Say you could bet the over or the under on 55.5 points at -110 odds for the Bills-Dolphins game. In that example, you’d win $100, plus your bet back, for every $110 you bet if you are correct.

    The over wins if the total combined score is 56 points or more. The under wins if there are 55 points or fewer. Like the point spread, the odds are just about even for both sides of the bet. You have to lay a small amount of money on either side, which is where the sportsbooks earn a profit.

    Ultimately, you are deciding whether a game will be high- or low-scoring. The best totals bets depend on research into how powerful each offence is and how stingy each defence can be.

    Betting on Bills props and futures odds

    Futures bets are where you can wager on the Bills to make the playoffs or to win everything from the AFC East to the AFC championship to the Super Bowl. Before the season starts, you can also place a futures bet on the Bills winning over or under a certain number of games — aka a “win total” bet.

    The rest of these bets are available nearly all year long at odds that change alongside the team’s perceived chances throughout the season. Individual futures might include bets on Josh Allen winning the NFL MVP or the Offensive Player of the Year award.

    Prop wagers, meanwhile, may include player and team stat line bets for a single game, such as the following:

    • Over/under on total TDs (passing and rushing) for Josh Allen.
    • Which player will score a game’s first TD?
    • Total rushing or receiving yards or TDs for any running back, wide receiver or tight end.
    • An over/under on total team yards.
    • Over/unders on the team’s or any defensive player’s sacks.

    You might find a prop on Stefon Diggs scoring a TD against the New England Patriots at +155 on FanDuel Sportsbook. Or the Bills to score that same game’s first touchdown at -133 on BetMGM Sportsbook.

    You might also be able to bet on Allen throwing for over 1.5 TDs at -155 on DraftKings Sportsbook, which is known for its extensive lineup of props for virtually every sport and player.

    When do the Bills play on Monday/Thursday/Sunday night?

    The Bills had four primetime games on the 2021 schedule:

    • Week 5: Oct. 10 at the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football
    • Week 6: Oct. 18 at the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football
    • Week 12: Nov. 25 at the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving (Thursday Night Football)
    • Week 13: Dec. 6 vs. the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football

    Check for their latest Monday Night Football odds or Thursday Night Football odds for any future contests once they become available.

    Bills coaches and bench staff

    Here are Buffalo’s head coach and coordinators as of the 2021 season:

    • Head coach: Sean McDermott
    • Offensive coordinator: Brian Daboll
    • Special teams coordinator: Heath Farwell
    • Defensive coordinator/assistant head coach: Leslie Frazier

    Buffalo Bills home games

    • Name: Highmark Stadium [previously Rich Stadium (1973-97); Ralph Wilson Stadium (1998-2015); New Era Field (2016-19); Bills Stadium (2020-21)]
    • Address: 1 Bills Drive, Orchard Park, NY
    • Owner: Erie County
    • Operator: Pegula Sports and Entertainment
    • Capacity: 71,608
    • Groundbreaking: April 4, 1972
    • Opening date: Aug. 17, 1973
    • Construction cost: $22 million
    • Previous home stadium: War Memorial Stadium (1960-72)

    How to watch or listen to Bills games in Ontario, Canada

    TSN, CTV and CTV2 are the exclusive broadcast partners of the NFL in Canada. These channels carry Buffalo Bills game broadcasts from the US, including those from Fox, CBS, NBC and ESPN. Canadians can also stream games on the internet via DAZN and its exclusive access to NFL Game Pass in Canada.

    Buffalo Bills trivia

    • Team valuation: $2.27 billion
    • Spot on the Forbes list: 32nd of the 32 NFL teams
    • Super Bowl wins: 0
    • Super Bowl losses: 4 (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993)
    • Hall of Fame QBs: Jim Kelly (2002)
    • Hall of Fame RBs: O.J. Simpson (1985), Thurman Thomas (2007)
    • Career leaders: Passing — Jim Kelly, 2,874/4,779, 35,467 yards, 237 TDs; rushing — Thurman Thomas, 2,849 attempts, 11,938 yards, 65 TDs; receiving — Andre Reed, 941 receptions, 13,095 yards, 86 TDs; sacks — Bruce Smith, 171
    • Twitter followers @BuffaloBills: 1.2 million
    • Official website: www.buffalobills.com
    • Dubious records: The only team ever to play in four straight Super Bowls (1990-93) and lose each one

    Bills ticket breakdown

    Here’s the seating map for Bills home games on the 100, 200 and 300 levels inside Highmark Stadium:

    100 level

    200 level

    300 level

    The Bills are in the lowest quarter of the NFL in ticket pricing, with the average cost of a general admission seat at $82.14 in 2021. Club seats, however, average $253.96 each.

    Who owns the Bills?

    Ralph Wilson was the Bills’ original American Football League owner. Wilson died in 2014, and Terry Pegula bought the Bills for $1.4 billion from Wilson’s estate later that year. An energy and natural gas tycoon, Pegula also owns the Buffalo Sabres in the NHL and the Buffalo Bandits NLL team.

    Buffalo Bills and gambling partnerships

    Seneca Resorts & Casinos is the official casino partner of the Buffalo Bills. Seneca sportsbooks operated by the Kambi Group include the Sports Lounge at Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino, the Sports Lounge at Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino and the Sports Lounge at Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino.

    Caesars, DraftKings and FanDuel are each official sports betting partners of the NFL, while BetMGM and PointsBet are on the NFL’s list of approved sportsbook operators.

    Greatest Bills comeback

    The Bills are responsible for the largest comeback in NFL playoff history. In an AFC wild-card game on Jan. 3, 1993, down by 32 points with 28 minutes left, backup QB Frank Reich led the Bills to a 41-38 overtime win over the Houston Oilers. Bills fans simply call it “The Comeback,” as it was the biggest comeback in franchise and NFL history. The Buffalo Bills were two-point favourites in Las Vegas, but that line would have changed dramatically with Houston up 28-3 at the half. Here’s the video evidence:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l6pNpC8kdUs

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