Buffalo Bills News: The long Super Bowl odds in 2018

The Buffalo Bills enter the season with very low odds to win the Super Bowl, but that isn’t bothering the players one bit.

The NFL season kicked off last night in a game that saw the Atlanta Falcons choke on offense once again. I couldn’t imagine being a fan of that team.

The news surrounding the Buffalo Bills on Thursday had to do with some players talking about the low Super Bowl odds, now down to 200/1.

LeSean McCoy and Dion Dawkins were two who spoke out against the media asking them these questions, essentially saying they don’t care at all about such talking points.

Bills fans have to like this. The team is confident after making the postseason in 2017 and no player wants to be told they don’t have a shot at making or winning the Super Bowl. They haven’t even played a single game yet, so no need for pessimism.

This is the kind of mentality needed to be successful and hopefully the Bills prove the oddsmakers wrong with a big win this Sunday.

That and more is covered in the final Morning Charge before the Bills open the season. It’s like Christmas Eve! Or in this case, Christmas Eve Eve.

Buffalo Bills News:

Learning more about the Baltimore Ravens before Week 1 (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

We caught up with a member of Ebony Bird to learn more about the Ravens before the Week 1 matchup.

Peterman is Bills’ ‘X-factor’ against Ravens (Bills Wire, Justin DiLoro)

Will Nathan Peterman become a Buffalo hero? Let’s just hope the offensive line protects him long enough to get the offense going against the Ravens.

Brandon Beane clarifies why Corey Coleman was cut (Buffalo Rumblings, Justin Boccacino)

A look at what Brandon Beane had to say about cutting the former first-round pick. There was some dead money involved, but it just didn’t seem like a great fit at all.

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Bills, not the Browns, have NFL’s longest Super Bowl odds (ESPN.com, Mike Rodak)

And finally, a look at what some members of the Bills had to say about the low Super Bowl odds. It doesn’t seem like they are too worried.