NFL betting odds for the Buffalo Bills and Green Bay Packers are set for a NFL gambling matchup of two teams that are on the hot seat entering the 2009 season. Last week the Buffalo Bills beat the NFL betting odds with a 27-20 win over the Chicago Bears as 3-point NFL gambling favorites as the game went over the total of 35.
The Bills improved their record against the NFL betting odds to 1-1 straight up and 1-0-1 against the spread as both of their exhibitions have gone over the total. Ryan Fitzpatrick had a nice game against the NFL betting odds at quarterback for the Bills as he was 13-16 for 143 yards.
Trend Edwards was a perfect 10-10 for 79 yards. Gibran Hamdan finished 5-7 for 38 yards with 1 touchdown and 1 interception as the Bills trio of signal callers graded out well against the NFL betting odds. Jonathan Stupar had a busy evening as he caught 6 passes for 56 yards.
The Buffalo defense had an impressive performance as they held the Bears to 57 yards rushing on 17 attempts. The Bills outgained the Bears 375-225 and picked off 4 Chicago passes. Ellis Lankster had 2 of the interceptions for Buffalo.
The Green Bay Packers were also impressive as they shutout the Cleveland Browns 17-0 as 3-point home chalks for an easy payoff against the NFL betting odds as the game went under the total of 37.
Quarterback Aaron Rodgers was 5-10 for 102 yards and 1 touchdown while backup Matt Flynn had a nice performance against the NFL betting odds by going 5-6 for 50 yards. Tyrell Sutton rushed for 91 yards on 17 carries to lead a Green Bay ground attack that amassed a total of 230 yards.
The much maligned Packer defense had a solid performance against the NFL betting odds as it held the Browns to 191 total yards and intercepted 4 Cleveland passes. Buffalo’s offense and Green Bay’s defense both needed improvement in the preseason and that was achieved last week making for an interesting matchup this Saturday!
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