Buffalo Bills: Super Bowl odds remain low in New Jersey sportsbook

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New Jersey recently began offering legal sports gambling and the initial Super Bowl odds for the Buffalo Bills in the state remain low.

It is time to take a trip to New Jersey, or Delaware, to place those bets on the Buffalo Bills winning the Super Bowl.

Sports gambling is now legal in New Jersey and an article on SI.com revealed some odds for next February’s Super Bowl. As expected, the Bills remain 100-1 underdogs to bring home a championship.

This is good news for fans who like to place some fun bets as a lot of money could be made if the team did the unthinkable and won it all. They did make it to the playoffs last year, so who knows what can happen with an even better defense and potentially a surprise at quarterback.

A surprise from this article is the fact the Browns are only 75-1 underdogs in New Jersey. That’s right Bills fans, the Browns currently have better odds to win the Super Bowl this season. Hey, that just means Browns fans are set to win less money than Bills fans, right?

Sports gambling being legalized in New Jersey and Delaware allows fans to make a much shorter trip than the usual one out to Nevada to place some bets. But when it comes to the Bills, the odds appear to be the same anywhere you go.

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While a friendly wager is certainly a fun idea, this may not be the year to put a lot of money down on the Bills. That isn’t said to spread pessimism before the season begins, but for now the team still has too many questions. The next step is getting a starting quarterback. After that everyone can resume the Super Bowl talk.