Buffalo Bills Regular Season Wins Prediction, Betting Odds 2017

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Jul/15/2017

The Buffalo Bills are favorites to win 7 or more regular season games in 2017, priced at -125.  Winning fewer than that number of games would pay out near EVEN odds.

The staffing changes are enough to make us here at Gambling911.com apprehensive about the OVER.

Only one of the 11 coaches entering the 2017 season worked under ousted head coach Rex Ryan. There was not one category in which the current offensive staff was above average at as a collective in 2016, notes Justis Mosqueda of SettingEdge.com.

Also of note: Buffalo faces the fifth-most difficult schedule in 2017, based on combined opponent winning percentage from 2016 (.561).

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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