Ready for more NFL odds? Next, updated Super Bowl betting Buffalo Bills odds. The Buffalo Bills finished the 2020 season with a 10-6 record, thanks to a very stingy defense and the play of quarterback Josh Allen, who threw for 3,089 yards, 20 touchdowns, and nine interceptions. He also added 510 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground.
Now that Tom Brady is in Tampa Bay, the Bills are hoping to claim the AFC East throne and make a Super Bowl run this year. The oddsmakers feel the same way because the Bills’ odds of winning the Super Bowl is +2200, which is the 10th best preseason odds to win it all.
The question on everybody’s mind is do they have enough talent to pull it off? Even though Allen played well for the Bills last season, he struggled with his accuracy, completing 58 percent of his passes during the regular season and dropped to 52.2 percent in the playoffs.
2021 Super Bowl Betting Buffalo Bills
The addition of Stefon Diggs, who is coming off consecutive 1,000 yards seasons, will give Allen a deep threat that will help him stretch defenses. With John Brown and Cole Beasley coming off successful campaigns, opposing defenses will have a hard time covering the trio.
Devin Singletary led the team with 775 rushing yards as a rookie even though he had to split carries with Frank Gore. With Gore leaving in free agency, expect a big year from Singletary.
Buffalo’s defense was pretty good last season, giving up 16.5 points per game. Expect them to be scarier this season with the addition of Josh Norman, Vernon Butler, and A.J. Klein, who signed with the team in free agency.
The Bills should be better than they were last season, and with the New England Patriots losing Tom Brady and a lot of their starters opting out on playing this season, the Bills should be able to win their first AFC East title since 1995.