Gambling on sports with Buffalo last year was not profitable as the Bills finished the online gambling season in the red at 7-9 both straight up and against the spread. A main reason for the lack of gambling on sports optimism with the Bills is that head coach Dick Jauron will return despite a terrible online gambling collapse last year in which his team lost 9 out of their last 12 games of the season and failed to cover for those gambling on sports with them in 9 out of their last 14 games.
Optimism was high last year amongst those gambling on sports when the Bills bolted out of the gate with a 4-0 record but they couldn’t sustain any momentum. Buffalo’s biggest weakness for those gambling on sports with them was their offense, which ranked 25th in the NFL.
Quarterback Trent Edwards returns and is currently listed as number one on the depth chart. Edwards had a checkered 2008 season for those gambling on sports with him and the Bills. Edwards threw for 65.5% completions and had a 85.4 quarterback rating but a mediocre 11/10 touchdown/interception ratio.
Edwards’ favorite target was wide receiver Lee Evans, who had a nice year for those gambling on sports with Buffalo as he had 63 receptions for 1017 yards, a 16.1 yard per catch average and 3 touchdowns. Evans has averaged 16 yards per catch for his career and will enter his 6th NFL season this year.
Speaking of wide receivers, Buffalo made major news in the gambling on sports community this off season with the acquisition of Terrell Owens from Dallas. The controversial and problematic Owens caught 69 passes last year in Big D for 1052 yards and a 15.2 yards per catch average with 10 touchdowns.
TO had some bad “drops” however and his play was down a notch from previous seasons. The 35 year old Owens will enter his 14th season of action.
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