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Bills InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Vernon Butler (Quad) is questionable this week.
Brandon Powell (Foot) is out this week.
Darryl Johnson (Knee) is questionable this week.
Zack Moss (Ankle) is out this week.
Bills 2021 Schedule
|QB||Josh Allen||Matt Barkley||Jake Fromm|
|RB||Devin Singletary||Zack Moss||TJ Yeldon|
|WR||Cole Beasley||Gabriel Davis|
|TE||Dawson Knox||Tyler Kroft||Lee Smith|
|C||Mitch Morse||Ryan Bates|
|RT||Cody Ford||Ty Nsekhe||Daryl Williams|
|LDE||Trent Murphy||Darryl Johnson||A.J. Epenesa|
|RDE||Jerry Hughes||Mario Addison|
|MLB||Fe'Zahn Edmunds||Tyrel Dodson||Tyler Matakevich|
|SLB||A.J. Klein||Del'Shawn Phillips|
|PR||Andre Roberts||Isaiah McKenzie|
|S||Jordan Poyer||Jaquan Johnson|
|DT||Ed Oliver||Justin Zimmer||Vernon Butler|
|CB||Levi Wallace||Cameron Lewis||Siran Neal|
|S||Micah Hyde||Dean Marlowe|
|DT||Harrison Phillips||Quinton Jefferson|
|CB||Tre'Davious White||Taron Johnson|
Buffalo Bills Player Stats
It was a magical 2020 season in Buffalo, as the Bills tied a franchise record with 13 wins and made it all the way to the AFC Championship game against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. It was a magical betting season, too, as the Bills covered a league-best 11 of their regular season games against-the-spread (ATS).
Expectations are sky-high again behind star QB Josh Allen, as Buffalo is pegged for one of the highest win totals on the year and will likely be one of the Super Bowl favorites. See all of the Bills above, in addition to the full schedule, ATS records, team and player stats, and more.
Buffalo Bills Point Spreads
The Bills definitely caught everyone by surprise last season, including oddsmakers as indicated by Buffalo's stellar 11-5 ATS record in the regular season. Spread bets are margin-of-victory wagers, which make games exciting until the very end.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Bills game:
Bills -5.5 (-110)
Dolphins +5.5 (-110)
In this situation, the Bills are favorites to win, indicated by the minus (-) sign, whereas the Dolphins are underdogs, shown by the plus (+) sign. If you bet on the Bills, in order to win your money, you'd need Buffalo to beat the by six points or more. If the Dolphins won the game or the Bills won but by just five points or fewer, that Bills spread bet wouldn't cash.
Buffalo Bills Over/Unders
If you think a game might be a toss-up and you're not sure which team will win or by how much, you can still get down action on a game. One example is an (also called a total) bet, which is a wager on the combined point total scored by both teams.
In a game between the Bills and , say a sportsbook has the over/under listed at 52 points. You can bet either the "over" or the "under" on the game, and it's all based on that 52-point number. If you bet the over, you'd win if the teams combined for 53 points, whereas you'd win an under bet if it finished at 51 or fewer points. If the game finished at, say, 31-21, it would be deemed a and both sides would get their wagers refunded.
Buffalo Bills Moneylines
Moneyline bets are similar to spread bets, especially in how you read the odds. But instead of worrying about the margin of victory (or loss), it's just about which teams wins the game, whether it's by a last second field goal or by three touchdowns.
You can read moneyline odds like the or "vig" on a spread bet: Say the Bills is set at -210 against the . That means you'd have to wager $21 to win $10. In contrast, if the Bills moneyline was at +210 -- they'd be the underdog in that situation -- the payouts would be reversed: You would win $21 if you bet $10 on Buffalo to win the game.
Buffalo Bills Props
There were few better things in the sports world last season than owning Bills star QB Josh Allen in fantasy football. Well, unless you bet on his player props, that is.
Player props are like over/under bets, but they're tied to stats of a single player. Some Bills props include Josh Allen to go over or under a set amount of passing yards or Stefon Diggs to go over/under a set amount of receiving yards.
Buffalo Bills Futures
Is this the year the Bills win their first ever Super Bowl? It certainly could be, and bettors can wager on that at any U.S. sportsbook. Those type of bets are called futures bets, which are wagers on end-of-season events. Some other Bills include Josh Allen to win MVP, the Bills to take home the AFC East crown, and more.