Buffalo Bills Odds After Stefon Diggs Trade: AFC East, Super Bowl & Josh Allen MVP

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Buffalo Bills fans have not been enjoying the team’s offseason so far.

Because of issues with the salary cap, Buffalo has gutted its defense, by losing safeties Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer and also releasing cornerback Tre’Davious White. The signing of Von Miller to a massive contract before last season didn’t pay off, and the Bills are feeling the impact of that.

On offense, Josh Allen has lost his top-two wide receivers — Gabe Davis to free agency (Jaguars) and now Stefon Diggs to a trade (Texans).

The Bills will always be competitive with Allen under center, but this year’s team will look very different.

Here’s where the Bills stand in futures markets.

AFC East Odds

Buffalo has won the AFC East in each of the last four seasons, but it’s barely favored for a fifth straight division title.

At FanDuel, Buffalo is +160 to win the division again, but the Dolphins are not far behind at +170. The Jets are +240 after a devastating season where Aaron Rodgers barely played while the offense suffered greatly.

Not to be ignored (at least completely), the Patriots are 17-1 to win the AFC East at FanDuel.

2025 Super Bowl Odds

The betting market has told us that the Bills will remain contenders in their eyes as long as Allen is the quarterback.

After the trade was reported that sent Diggs to Houston, Buffalo remained +1300 at FanDuel in the Super Bowl market. That is tied with the Cowboys and Lions for fourth on the board.

The top three are the 49ers (+500), Chiefs (+650) and Ravens (+900).

2024-25 NFL MVP Odds

Allen also is going to remain an important figure in the MVP race, according to every sportsbook.

As of noon ET on Wednesday, April 3, Allen is +750 to win MVP, trailing only Patrick Mahomes at +650. Behind Allen at FanDuel are Lamar Jackson, C.J. Stroud and Joe Burrow at 10-1 and then Jordan Love and Justin Herbert at 14-1. Dak Prescott is 16-1, while Jalen Hurts and Brock Purdy at 18-1 round out the group of players lower than 20-1.

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