Kickoff is set for 1:00 ET. Though San Diego is 3-1 SU in their L/4 meetings, Buffalo (4-1, 3-2 ATS) has dominated the NFL betting lines, as it has gone 3-1 ATS in the four match-ups. These two teams most recently met in 2006, a game that the Chargers won 24-21 in Buffalo, but the Bills stuck in front of the 6-point spread.
Last Sunday night, NFL betting fans on San Diego (3-3, 3-2-1 ATS) had an easy time cashing their ticket, as the Chargers blasted New England 30-10. QB Phillip Rivers was remarkably efficient, going 18-for-27 for 306 yards and three scores. The story was the defense though, which racked up four sacks and forced two turnovers.
In the end, the Chargers made a mockery of the fact that they closed as just six-point favorites on the football betting line. The Bills were off from football betting last week, which should have given them plenty of time to forget about the 41-17 shellacking they were handed in Arizona two weeks ago.
For a team that is 4-1, they only rank 18th on offense and 9th on defense. Still, the NFL betting odds have them as +135 favorites to win the AFC East right now. QB Trent Edwards has been fantastic and has asserted himself as the main man in Buffalo, but he suffered a concussion two weeks ago against the Cardinals.
He is listed as probable this weekend. Watch out for WR Lee Evans, who is 2nd in the NFL, averaging a whopping 27.0 yards per reception. Though they are the favorites to win the East, Buffalo isn’t favored to win this football betting match-up. Oddsmakers made the Bills one-point underdogs against the Chargers.
The ‘total’ has been set at 44.5. Both teams have very strong betting trends supporting them as well. The Bills are 11-4 ATS in their L/15 home games, while San Diego is an astounding 36-16-3 ATS in their L/55 games against the AFC.
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