Football betting fans have been impressed with the improving Patriots while the Bills have suffered an epic NFL football betting collapse. Many ignorant football betting fans wrote the New England Patriots off when quarterback Tom Brady went down and out for the season on opening day.
But more knowledgeable football betting handicappers knew that this was a strong and resilient organization led by a coach in Bill Belichick that would not go into the football betting tank. It took a while but Brady’s replacement, Matt Cassel, has picked up his game and the Patriots got back into the football betting post season race.
New England had an overall football betting record of 9-5 straight up and 7-7 against the NFL odds. The Patriots were most valuable on the NFL football betting board as a road team as they got the cash in 5 out of 7 games. Cassel has guided the Patriots to an overall 6th place ranking in the NFL offensive stats.
New England was an even 6-6 against the board as a football betting favorite. The Buffalo Bills went from a NFL football betting favorite that was considered a sure thing for the post season to a football betting pariah that nobody wants to touch.
Buffalo had an overall record of 6-8 straight up and 6-8 against the NFL odds but that doesn’t begin to tell the entire story of their free fall after a start of 5-1 straight up and 4-2 against the spread. The problems began with quarterback JP Losman and continued through the rest of the offense which fell to an overall ranking of just 23rd in the league.
An even bigger problem as seen by many football betting handicappers has been head coach Dick Jauron.
Many believe that Jauron is the man that has ruined Buffalo and their epic loss at the Jets on December 14 in which Losman fumbled away a certain win based on a bizarre play call from the coach epitomizes the frustration of Bills fans. It’s the type of football betting intangible that tends to linger.
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