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NFL Betting Odds - Bills at Jets

NFL betting odds value has dropped for the New York Jets as they have gone from a preseason Super Bowl favorite to a wild card team with the NFL betting lines.
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NFL betting odds value has been better than expected for the Buffalo Bills as they have shown improvement and exceeded expectations with the NFL betting lines.

The New York Jets will host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday with a telecast on CBS set to begin at 1:05 PM ET.  Sports-Gambling will have the side and total on this game so have your account ready for all of the action.  The Jets have clinched a wild card playoff spot regardless of what happens in this game.  The Jets scored a 38-14 payout at Buffalo on October 3 in the first meeting of the season between the teams.

Buffalo has a football betting record of 4-11 straight up and 8-6-1 against the spread with 9 of the games going under the total.  The Bills were clobbered at home by New England last week 34-3 which snapped a run in which they won 4 of 6 games including the last 2 before the loss to the Patriots.  The Bills rank 27th in the NFL for scoring offense and 27th for scoring defense.

While their numbers are not good the Bills have played well and have shown improvement under first year coach Chan Gailey. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has a respectable 81.8 QB rating and a flat 3000 yards passing with a 23/15 TD/INT ratio.  Steve Johnson is the top receiver with 1001 yards and 10 TD’s.

The Jets have a football gambling record of 10-5 straight up and 8-7 against the spread with 11 of their games going over the total.  New York is coming off a 38-34 loss at Chicago which was their 3rd loss in 4 games.  The Jets rank 19th for scoring offense and 11th for scoring defense.  The Jets have the NFL’s 6th ranked rushing attack led by LaDainian Tomlinson’s 906 yards.

Quarterback Mark Sanchez has been a major reason for the Jets recent slump with the NFL betting odds as his QB rating has slumped to 75.2 with a 17/13 TD/INT ratio.  With their recent problems and the woes of Sanchez the Jets are no longer a hot commodity with Super Bowl futures and their swagger is much more subdued.