The Bills were not a team most were high on in the 2018 season, but they performed better than expected when it came to season win total markets and other metrics. Although they went 6-10, the franchise lost several close games and rookie quarterback, Josh Allen, impressed. After a productive draft and some offseason moves, there is a lot of optimism surrounding the Bills as they head into the 2019 NFL Season. Below, we will break down their offseason moves, roster, and schedule and give you our pick of over or under on their total wins this year.
Buffalo Bills 2019 Roster Changes
The franchise was more active than others in free agency than other teams. While they have jettisoned long-time veterans, such as DT Kyle Williams, G John Miller, and TE Charles Clay – they replaced them with top-tier talent, and then some.
Much was added to the offense, which was ranked 30th in the league last season but showed a lot more signs of life later in the year. Shoring up the offensive line through free agency is G/C Spencer, C Mitch Morse, and T Ty Norse. Veteran Frank Gore will come in to back up LeSean McCoy and ex-Cowboy WR Cole Beasley will take over slot duties. Former-Cardinal, WR John Brown, will take over primary receiver duties after his signing. Finally, ex-Bengal, TE Tyler Croft was signed to a three-year deal after the departure of Clay.
Buffalo Bills 2019 NFL Draft
Analysts loved the Bills 2019 NFL Draft. Experts across the board almost universally praised it. Their roster, along with the NFL Draft and free agency additions, won’t look anything like last year’s Week 1.
Defensive Tackle, Ed Oliver, was an excellent pick at No. 9 and was a significant need for the team. Many analysts also considered Cody Ford a steal in the second round. The Oklahoma guard was a target for many organizations. Later picks also earned praise, with many calling the Bills’ 2019 draft one of the deepest out of any team.
Buffalo Bills Schedule And Divisional Competition
The Bills schedule is not too tough according to most strength of schedule metrics. They will miss many of the top teams in the AFC, such as the Chiefs and Chargers, but will face Pittsburgh on the road in Week 15. They will face the NFC East when it comes to out of conference play. Buffalo will get the Eagles at home but will have to travel to Dallas in the final week of November.
Aside from the Patriots, the divisional doesn’t look too imposing. Facing them twice a year is almost always going to result in two losses, but the Bills did play them tough last year and still have most of their excellent defense intact. The two games against the Jets and the Dolphins are certainly winnable.
Buffalo Bills 2019 Predictions and Betting Odds
MyBookie.ag has the Bills at seven wins with the juice at -130. It almost seems crazy to pick this team to get to 7 or more wins, but it’s tough to go against them in this spot. Their roster is far improved, and the division isn’t too difficult. They got an excellent NFC divisional draw, and they avoid most of the top teams in the AFC besides New England. I would not be shocked if the Bills ended up being a wild card team. Take the over seven wins.
|Buffalo Bills – Total Regular Season Wins Odds
|Over 7 (-125)
|Under 7 (+100)
|Bet On Buffalo Bills Season Win Totals At MyBookie Sportsbook
Buffalo Bills 2019 Game Schedule
|Bills Weekly Matches
|BUF @ NYJ
|BUF @ NYG
|CIN @ BUF
|NE @ BUF
|BUF @ TEN
|MIA @ BUF
|PHI @ BUF
|WAS @ BUF
|BUF @ CLE
|BUF @ MIA
|DEN @ BUF
|BUF @ DAL
|BAL @ BUF
|BUF @ PIT
|BUF @ NE
|NYJ @ BUF
NFL Season Win Totals Betting At MyBookie Sportsbook
The Buffalo Bills have completely changed their team, adding big name players to their roster. With these power moves, they are looking like a very solid team coming into the 2019 NFL Regular Season. Are the Bills worth betting on during the NFL Season?
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