Buffalo Bills Denver Broncos Odds Predictions


Nov 30, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams (95) tackles Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills won 26-10. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

The Buffalo Bills are set to face off against the first of the three top quarterbacks in the league in the next 4 weeks.  The Bills are taking on the Denver Broncos, in what will begin to determine their path to the playoffs.

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The Denver Broncos are coming into the game with an average of 30.1 points and 413.9 yards per game.  They have two receivers with over 80 catches each; Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.  C.J. Anderson is their lead runner with 536 yards on the ground.  Their defense is allowing an average of 23 points and 302.3 yards per game.

The Buffalo Bills are coming into the game with an average of 22 points per game and 319.9 yards per game.  Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods are the receiving leaders for the Bills coming in with 51 and 49 receptions respectively.  Fred Jackson is the Bills leading rusher with 351 yards on the ground.  The Bills defense is the key to their success thus far.  They are allowing only 18.1 points per game which is second best in the NFL and allowing a fifth best 312.4 yards allowed per game.

The Bills have a slight advantage on the defensive front, but the Broncos have the edge in offensive.  It will be a defensive game and the numbers are showing that.  Over/Under for this game is 48 points, which is just under 7 games.  Somehow the experts feel that is a defensive game.

The Broncos are the favorites to win by 9 points which has usually played into the Bills favor as being the underdog.

With the Bills in Denver, I still feel that this is the most win-able game that they have out of the big three they are set to face.  Peyton and the Broncos are inconsistent at times and the Bills could use that to their advantage.

The Bills have one thing that most other teams don’t, they can get great pressure with only rushing 4 lineman.  When other teams rush 4 or less than 4 there is no pressure on Peyton and he can sit back and wait to pick you apart.  When other teams blitz and bring that 5th and 6th man off the edge, Peyton will find the hot recevier and move the ball that way.  No other team can bring 4 and create the pressure to put up 50+ sacks in a season.  The Bills can.  This will be the advantage that the Bills need to focus on and make sure there is 7 back in coverage to limit the possibilities for Peyton.

Bills win: 35-31