The Bills have had an up-and-down season, winning some impressive matchups while also losing to some lesser teams like the Jets and Patriots.
It seems like oddsmakers are starting to doubt just how good Buffalo really is, listing them as underdogs on the road at Cincinnati this week – the first time the Bills have been an underdog all season!
Are the oddsmakers on to something? Or is this a perfect opportunity for us to cash in on the Bills to win via “upset”?
Let’s dig into the opening odds (and learn how you can win $150 in bonus bets at FanDuel):
Bills vs Bengals Week 9 Opening Odds
Buffalo is a 3-point underdog listed at +138 moneyline odds on the road at Cincinnati in Week 9.
Of course, some of the reason that the Bills are underdogs is due to the Bengals’ home-field advantage, and that makes sense given Buffalo’s 1-3 record away from Highmark Stadium this season.
However, this could be a good matchup for Buffalo.
The Bills defense is 10th in the NFL, allowing just 204.1 passing yards per game while also tied for 3rd in the league with 3.5 sacks per game.
That might not bode well for a Cincinnati offense that relies HEAVILY on Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase.
The Bengals are 29th in the NFL with just 79 rushing yards per game. If the Bills can slow down Burrow and Co., the Bengals might not have an answer.
If you don’t want to pick a side betting on this game, you could instead bet over/under 48.5 points.
The under has hit at over a 50% clip for both the Bills and Bengals this season and the total has gone over over 48.5 points just four times in 15 games between both teams this season – giving the under strong value.
If you think the oddsmakers are out of line for listing your team as an underdog, you can take your shot at making them pay with $150 in bonus bets at FanDuel! Just sign up with the link below, deposit $10 or more and then bet $5 or more on Bills vs. Bengals moneyline. If Buffalo wins, you’ll win an extra $150 in bonus bets – plus three months of guaranteed access to NBA League Pass!
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