NFL gambling on the Bills has been as unappealing as ever this preseason while the Lions have been a poor value against the exhibition NFL lines. Buffalo is 1-3 straight up and 1-2-1 against the exhibition NFL gambling board. Buffalo has gone over the preseason over/under NFL lines in 3 out of 4 games.
Last week the Bills lost at Pittsburgh 0-17 as 5.5 road dogs as the game went under the total of 36. The Detroit Lions are 2-1 straight up but just 1-2 against the exhibition NFL gambling board with 2 out of those 3 games having gone under the total.
Last week the Lions scored an 18-17 home win over the Indianapolis Colts and got the cash as 3-point NFL gambling home dogs as the game went under the total of 40.
The Buffalo Bills offense continues to be a significant NFL gambling concern as they rank 23rd overall in the league in preseason NFL gambling action for scoring and rank 27th overall for total yards. The defense hasn’t been much better as it ranks 23rd overall for points allowed although an encouraging 7th overall in total yards allowed.
The Bills are -3 in turnover ratio for the NFL gambling preseason. The Detroit Lions rank 15th overall in the NFL gambling preseason for scoring and an encouraging 5th overall in total yards. The defense ranks a poor 27th in points allowed but a respectable 8th overall in yards allowed.
Detroit’s had the number one pick in the 2009 draft and took quarterback Matthew Stafford, who has struggled so far in the preseason. Stafford has a poor quarterback rating of 55.3 with 1 touchdown pass and 3 interceptions.
Michigan State’s Drew Stanton has been the best Lion quarterback with a rating of 111.8 and has 3 touchdown passes with 0 interceptions. Stanton threw the winning TD pass in the 4th quarter against the Colts last week.
Buffalo has to be concerned about the play of its starting quarterback Trent Edwards as he has a preseason QB rating of 46.9 with 0 touchdown passes and 3 interceptions.
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