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NFL Win Total Betting – Predicting Bills Wins in 2020

| May 16, 2020 2:59 am PDT
Buffalo Bills Win Total Predictions for 2020

Football fans in Buffalo have all sorts of reasons to be amped up. The elephant in the room is Tom Brady’s departure from New England and how that impacts the rest of this division, but let’s set that aside momentarily.

Buffalo sported a top-3 defense by many metrics in 2019. Their offense added a true weapon in Stefon Diggs, and Josh Allen is ready to take another step forward.

Taking everything into account, how many games will the Bills win in 2020?

Actually, hold that thought.

This Buffalo Bills win total predictions post aims to answer that very question.

Bills Win Total Over/Under

Over 9 Wins-125
Under 9 Wins-105

After surrendering just 16.2 points per game a season ago (2nd in the NFL), Leslie Frazier’s unit has the potential to be even more potent in 2020. Aside from young guns Ed Oliver and Trumaine Edmunds continuing to progress, the Bills added a couple of new faces that will immediately bolster the pass rush. Mario Addison arrives on a three-year deal after racking up nine or more sacks in four straight years with the Panthers. Nabbing A.J. Epenesa 54th overall could very well prove to be one of the genuine steals in the 2020 NFL Draft.

If Josh Norman can regain the form that once made him an elite corner, it’s going to be extraordinarily tough to sustain drives against Buffalo.

When you think about the Bills’ competition in the AFC East, what’s really standing in their way of winning 10 or more games for the second consecutive year?

The Jets’ offense was putrid in 2019. Jarret Stidham has a subpar supporting cast in Foxborough, and the Dolphins are still sorting out who their starting quarterback will be.

Don’t look now, but the Bills have a legitimate shot at being the class of their division.

  • Over 9 Wins

Bills Exact Win Total


After a cupcake to open the year at home versus the Jets, the Bills play the Dolphins, Rams, and Raiders over the next three weeks.

Racing out of the gates to a 4-0 start is conceivable — some would even say likely.

A Thursday night tilt at home in week 6 against the reigning Super Bowl champs won’t be easy, nor will their road game at San Francisco on Monday Night Football in week 13.

But take a few moments to soak in the Bills’ 2020 schedule. I see 13-14 extremely winnable games.

I may be in the minority with the following sentiment, but I think Josh Allen is on the verge of becoming a top-tier NFL quarterback. His arm strength and mobility outside the pocket have been on full display since 2018, and his leadership qualities that his teammates rave about are coming to the forefront.

While a 12-4 regular-season record may seem like a reach, the Bills should have no qualms racking up 10-11 wins. The fact that one of the leading NFL bookmakers is letting us in at +130 turns this futures bet into a “green-light special.”

  • 10-14

Betting on the Bills in 2020

The Buffalo Bills are in line to claim their first AFC East title since 1995. With that being said, perhaps we’re being a little bit premature by brushing Bill Belichick and the Patriots aside so quickly. Trying to gauge what Brady’s exit will mean in New England is a drama-filled debate.

However, when it comes to betting on the Bills in 2020, it’s something that must be considered.

You ultimately have to decide how far Josh Allen can take Buffalo in the upcoming year, although the following two links should help clue you in. 

More AFC East Win Total Predictions

When you compare the Bills’ win total predictions in 2020 with that of the Patriots, it’s almost identical. Likewise, the Jets and the Dolphins aren’t separated by much.

Those motivated to fire in a few win total bets and give yourself a sweat, step right up to the plate with these other AFC East predictions that will be coming soon.

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