NFL gambling on the first preseason game offers handicappers a great challenge against the NFL lines as they must figure on a lot of players seeing action. When focusing NFL gambling attention on the Buffalo Bills defense there is plenty to be optimistic about against the NFL lines.
Buffalo may have finished the 2008 NFL gambling season just 7-9 both straight up and against the spread but they had a defense that ranked in the upper half of the league and figures to improve this year.
The Bills have now had three consecutive seasons on which the went 7-9 straight up and are looking for a breakout season under coach Dick Jauron, who is already under heavy fire even before the season begins. Jaruon’s NFL gambling area of expertise is defense, and it shows as that is Buffalo’s strongest NFL gambling area.
Linebacker Paul Posluszny is one of the main NFL gambling assets on defense for the Bills. Last year he led Buffalo with 110 tackles, including 3 for a loss. He forced a fumble and even had an interception. He will enter his third NFL gambling season this year and hails from Penn State.
Cornerback Terrence McGee led the Bills in interceptions last year with 3 to improve his career NFL gambling total to 16. McGee also had 66 tackles last year and will enter his 7th NFL season this year. He played college football at Northwestern State.
Outside linebacker Kawika Mitchell was the second leading tackler on the Bills last year with 82. The 7 year pro out of South Florida also had 4 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 2 interceptions. Number one draft choice Aaron Maybin, a defensive end from Penn State, figures to see a lot of action this preseason.
He came out early with still 2 years of eligibility remaining with the Nittany Lions. Another rookie that figures to log extra time is 2nd round pick Jairus Byrd, a cornerback from Oregon.
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