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NFL Betting Odds: Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots (-13)

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 21 September 2010 05:45

Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots Odds to WinThe sports betting experts may not be done with the line for the game between the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots. Over the course of the week, the line may grow to more than 13 points.

In week one, the Buffalo Bills showed a light flicker of promise. While the offense played poorly against the Miami Dolphins, the defense held the Bills in the game the entire day. The NFL football betting experts watched as the Bills offense could not step up to the challenge and the Bills lost that game.

In week two against the Green Bay Packers, the Bills defense looked like it just caved in under the constant pressure of carrying a terrible Buffalo offense. The time of possession was split almost evenly with the Packers, the difference is that Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense put up points when they had the ball and the Bills offense did not.

 

When the NFL scores were finalized for the Sunday of week two, the New England Patriots were not a happy team. Despite a spectacular offensive performance in the first half of their week two game against the New York Jets, the Patriots came out in the second half and fell flat on their faces. The Jets outscored the Patriots in the second half 18-0 and sent the Patriots to a 1-1 record. The Patriots are angry and embarrassed but, more importantly for the Buffalo Bills defense, the Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady feel the need to work on their offense.

When looking at the NFL picks for week three, it is hard to ignore this game. Even with a 13-point cushion, the Buffalo Bills look like they are ripe for the picking against the Patriots. New England needs a tune-up game to work on their offense and their defense, and the Buffalo Bills will be that tune-up game.

The Buffalo Bills offensive line and their quarterback are the problem for the Bills offense. When you look at the other skill players on the Bills offense, this should be an elite team. Wide receiver Lee Evans is teamed up with impressive third-year player Steve Johnson and speedster Roscoe Parrish. The running back corps should be a terrifying three-headed monster with rookie CJ Spiller, Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson. But the Bills offense is weakest at the worst possible spots. Their offensive line is ineffective and their quarterback, Trent Edwards, is simply not an NFL caliber quarterback.

The Patriots need to work on their defensive secondary, but they may not get much of a chance in this game as the Bills cannot throw the ball. Outside linebacker Tully Banta-Cain and the rest of the New England front seven should have no problem shutting down the Bills offense by themselves.

The New England offense will overwhelm a game but over-matched Buffalo defense. Receivers Wes Welker and Randy Moss along with tight end rookie Aaron Hernandez will just be way too much for the beleaguered Buffalo defense.

Pick: New England Patriots 52-10

 
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