Bills Super Bowl 2025 odds (Bills disrespected in loaded AFC?)

Jan 21, 2024; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) rushes the ball
Jan 21, 2024; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) rushes the ball / Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

The Bills came up short in 2023, losing at home to the eventual Super Bowl Champions Kansas City Chiefs, but with one season ending we get to turn the page to the next season.

While the Bills will look to put together a more comprehensive season after a slow start to the season, the team emerged as the Super Bowl contender come playoff time. However, oddsmakers seem to be overlooking the Bills as the competition remains fierce in the AFC come next season.

In the middle of the season, the Bills were 6-6, but the team showed that the team could turn it on and make a postseason run, eventually winning the AFC East. However, the New York Jets will likely be formidable in 2024 with a healthy Aaron Rodgers, the Miami Dolphins will still have Tyreek Hill and a dynamic offense as well as the Patriots moving onto a new quarterback likely with the No. 3 quarterback.

That is simply in the AFC East, look past that and the Kansas City Chiefs of course loom as the Super Bowl champions and teams like the Ravens, Bengals and Browns are in the mix. So, it seems that sportsbooks are starting to believe in other teams contending for the Lombardi Trophy and that the Bills have stiff comeptition.

Just look at the odds below, Buffalo has its work cut out for them if the team wants to breakthrough as a Super Bowl contender, but is this disrespectful?

It just may be with perennial MVP contender Josh Allen still donning the red, white and blue for the Bills. If you want to register your opinion, make sure to do it at FanDuel Sportsbook, who is giving all new users $150 in bonus bets when you win your first bet of $5. Get started below and get excited about the next NFL season!

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