Bills are becoming a popular betting choice to win the Super Bowl

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The Buffalo Bills have never won a Super Bowl. (Bills fans likely don’t need or appreciate the reminder.) But the betting public believes in the Bills for 2022.

Via David Payne Purdum of ESPN.com, DraftKings Sportsbook says the Bills have attracted twice as many bets and more than twice as much money wagers to win the Super Bowl than any other team.

DraftKings has the Bills at +600. Slightly better value is available at PointsBet, which has the Bills +700.

The Bills should be regarded as one of the favorites. They’ve been a high-level contender for two years, quarterback Josh Allen should be entering the front end of his prime, and the defense possibly will be improved with the arrival of linebacker Von Miller.

Rookie running back James Cook, brother of Dalvin, could make an immediate impact, too. He’s +1300 to be offensive rookie of the year. At 13-1, that’s very intriguing.

15 responses to “Bills are becoming a popular betting choice to win the Super Bowl

  1. The really fascinating thing about this is that it’s Patriots fans who are placing the most bets.

  2. The Bills have not addressed their run defense so it’s hard for me to see them going all the way.

  3. The AFC Championship Game is going to be between the Bills and Chargers. I give the Chargers the nod over the Bills because Justin Herbert is a better passer than Josh Allen. Look at what Herbert accomplished in his first two seasons compared to Allen. Now Herbert is going into this third season, with an offense he knows and a corps of elite weapons he has been playing with his entire career.

  4. Have not heard this since 1988-1993, how did that work out?
    They will not even win the AFCE

  5. onlymyopinioncounts says:
    June 6, 2022 at 2:51 pm
    Yes, that happens when you have the best QB in the league.

    Ummm they didn’t say the Chiefs

  6. Well no one’s betting on the patriots to win anything, that’s for sure.

  7. “BB has Allen’s number! You’ll see!!!”

    Is he going to call him and ask to pretty please not convert sometime late in the game once it’s all decided and have them at least do a pity punt?

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