NFL betting fans saw New England open as a prohibitive 10.5-point online betting favorite with a total of 47.5. Buffalo looks outclassed in this matchup. The Buffalo Bills have not been an appealing NFL betting commodity for several years and their 2009 online betting preseason did nothing to change that perception.
The Bills went 1-4 during the NFL betting preseason and their offense was so inept that they fired offensive coordinator Turk Schonert, who cracked back in the media by saying that Buffalo head coach Dick Jauron wanted a “Pop Warner” little league style offense that was too simplistic.
Regardless, Buffalo looked really bad in their online betting exhibitions and Alex Van Pelt will have quite a NFL betting challenge as the new offensive coordinator. The Bills finished the NFL betting preseason ranked 28th in scoring and 23rd in total yards.
Trent Edwards was terrible in NFL betting exhibition action with a 46.9 quarterback rating. NFL betting expectations are sky high in New England as Tom Brady has returned as quarterback after missing last year due to injury. Brady better stay healthy, however, as his only backup is undrafted rookie Brian Hoyer.
New England looked solid in the NFL betting preseason with a 3-1 record as they ranked 5th in scoring. Brady had a quarterback rating of 106.0 in NFL betting exhibition action and BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran for 249 yards and a 5.1 yards per carry average with 3 touchdowns.
The Patriot defense again looks solid as Bill Belichick looks to be fielding one of his best balanced teams since taking over in 2000. In this head to head NFL betting series the favorite has covered the last 5 meetings between the teams and New England has gotten the cash in 6 out of their last 8 at home against the Bills.
The two teams have gone under the total in 19 out of their last 26 meetings including 9 out of their last 10 at New England.
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