NFL gambling odds expectations could not be lower for the Buffalo Bills as they are half way to matching Detroit’s 2008 winless season with the NFL gambling lines.
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The hard luck Detroit Lions have a football gambling record of 2-6 straight up but they are a stunning 7-1 against the spread. The Lions again got the money last week in a loss as they suffered a 23-20 overtime setback against the New York Jets as 5.5 point home dogs.
Injury prone quarterback Matt Stafford has day to day status with a foot injury while kicker Jason Hanson has a tricky knee that forced defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to sub for him in a failed extra point attempt last week.
All in all there are 12 Lions listed on the injury list including backup QB Shaun Hill, who is also day to day with a forearm injury. The Lions rank 7th in the NFL for scoring and 24th for points allowed.
They have gone over the total in 6 games and have paid out in 3 of 4 road games. Stafford has a 91.3 QB rating and 6/1 touchdown/interception ratio. Detroit has been hurt by its 30th ranked ground game.
The Buffalo Bills have a NFL betting record of 0-8 straight up and 3-4-1 against the spread. Buffalo is coming off a tough 22-19 home loss to the Chicago Bears in Toronto that was a push. The Bills rank 26th in offensive scoring and dead last in points allowed on defense.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has an 85.8 quarterback rating with a 13/7 touchdown/interception ratio. First year Buffalo head coach Chan Gailey inherited a mess and has done little to improve this franchise that has degenerated into the worst in pro football.