New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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It will be an AFC East battle on Monday Night Football for October 29th as the Buffalo Bills will play host to the New England Patriots. The Patriots and Bills get things started from Buffalo at 8:15PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New England Patriots favored by -14 points with the over under line set at 44 points.

Patriots have won and covered their past three meetings with the Bills with two wins coming on the road by 20 and 16 points. In their home victory last year to Buffalo the Patriots beat the Bills 37-16 as a -11 point favorite. New England since Julian Edelman came back from suspension has scored 38 points or greater. Patriots have won four straight as the win streak began with a 38-7 home win to Miami. New England was in a so called bad spot last week but went into Chicago and came away with the 38-31 road victory. Patriots earned two touchdowns on special teams on a kick off and interception return for touchdown. Tom Brady threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns with a pick. This was the first road win for the Patriots as they suffered losses early in the season at the Jaguars and Lions without Julian Edelman and Josh Gordon in the lineup.

Buffalo is off to a 2-5 record. It is not 0-7 that many pundits thought this team would be at this point of the season. Bills victory came at home to Tennessee 13-12 and on the road to Minnesota Vikings 27-6. Bills have dropped three of their past four games being held to an average of 8 points per game in that span. Bills will be without rookie quarterback Josh Allen who has a sore elbow and won’t be back until late in November. Veteran Derek Anderson will start at quarterback despite ailments to his back and calf. In his first start of the season last week at Indianapolis, Anderson hit on 20 of 31 passes for 175 yards and three interceptions.

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