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Who is favored in the Patriots game today?

The Patriots are a 6.5-point favorite in the game.


Do the Patriots have a chance?

ESPN’s Football Power Index has the Patriots with a: 38.4% chance to beat the Bills and advance to make division round. 19.6. 0% chance to reach the conference finals.


Could the Bills win the Super Bowl?

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Who is favored to win Patriots vs Miami?

PatriotsCaesars Sportsbook lists New England as a six-point favorites in the latest Patriots vs. Dolphins odds. The over-under for total points scored is 41.


What happens if Bills lose to Patriots?

The Patriots will host a Wild Card Round game if… They win and the Bills lose. Division winners automatically host a playoff game, so the Patriots need the Bills to fall to the Jets if they want to have a home Wild Card game.


Who is favored to win the Super Bowl?

The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills open as the two early favorites to win Super Bowl LVII, according to PointsBet. The Chiefs are listed at the best odds to win at +650 while the Bills are right behind them +750.


Who Will Win 2022 Super Bowl?

The Los Angeles Rams are Super Bowl LVI champs, and we’re already looking ahead to the favorites for next year’s title game. Caesars Sportsbook says it’s the Kansas City Chiefs (13-2 odds), followed by the Buffalo Bills (7-1) and Rams (10-1).


Why did the Bills lose 4 Superbowls?

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Will the Bills go to the Super Bowl 2023?

Buccaneers, Bills lead NFL 2023 Super Bowl Futures following roster shakeups – Sports Illustrated.


Who is favored to win Patriots or Bills?

BuffaloBuffalo is a five-point favorite in the latest Bills vs. Patriots odds from Caesars Sportsbook while the over-under for total points scored is 43.


What is the spread on the New England game?

INJURIESGameSPREADMONEYLINENE Patriots+3 -115+130MIA Dolphins-3 -105-150


Who are the Patriots linebackers?

Matthew JudonMack WilsonRonnie PerkinsRaekwon McMillanJa’Whaun BentleyJoe CardonaNew England Patriots/Linebackers


Money line

The Bills are the more talented team, and at -240, the juice on an outright win isn’t too pricey, but my confidence in them winning outright is waning on game day. Belichick will have the Patriots ready with a successful blueprint.


Against the spread

That said, I’m definitely digging the +5.5 line (-112) for the underdog Patriots, which feels about two points or more too wide in what should be a slow-paced, low-scoring, tight game in freezing temps.


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Mike Reiss, ESPN

What to watch for: After New England quarterback Mac Jones threw just three passes against the Bills in a 14-10 win in early December — a result of wind gusts of 40 miles per hour and a productive running game — the big question this time around is how much the Patriots flip their offensive plan to feature more of the passing game.


Alaina Getzenberg, ESPN

Bold prediction: Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen will pass for two touchdowns, reaching 100 for his career, and run for at least one score against a Patriots defense that limited the Bills to just 10 points in their first meeting.


Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com

It appears the Patriots could be without Nelson Agholor (concussion) and Kendrick Bourne (COVID-19), which will make it easier for the Bills to do what they do best: shut down limited pass attacks. Part of my preseason priors can’t imagine Buffalo getting swept, and Josh Allen is still capable of making plays you can’t scheme for.


Pete Prisco, CBS Sports

This is essentially for the division title. If the Bills win, they have two winnable games left. If the Patriots win, they pretty much lock up the division. So this will be fun. There won’t be wind like the last meeting, but there could be snow. That favors the better passing team, which is the Bills.


Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk

The Patriots lacked energy against the Colts. They won’t lack energy against the Bills.


Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk

The Patriots can lock up the AFC East with a win, and I think they’re going to do it with a defense that clamps down on Josh Allen.


Paul Perillo, Patriots.com

Buffalo will be more prepared this time but the Patriots coaching and toughness will be the difference.


Mike Reiss, ESPN

Bold prediction: Brrrrrr. Here’s a bold prediction: They are going to run out of hot chocolate at Highmark Stadium, with temperatures projected to be around 0 degrees. The coldest game the Patriots ever played was a 17-14 home playoff win over the Titans on Jan. 10, 2004, when it was 4 degrees with a wind chill of minus-10.


Alaina Getzenberg, ESPN

What to watch for: Can Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen put on a performance like he did in New England a few weeks ago, or will his recent accuracy issues show up? In the last two games of the regular season, Allen completed 49.3% of passes.


Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com

The recent trend lines are going the Bills’ way. Buffalo’s sneaky-good running attack — sixth on the season in yards and yards per carry — has gone to another level because Josh Allen is doing his best Cam Newton impression. The Patriots’ defense has been undisciplined and lifeless up front for a month.


Pete Prisco, CBS Sports

This is the third game featuring these two this season, with each winning on the other’s field. New England won the first meeting in a wind storm in early December, while the Bills dominated the Pats at their place in late December. The weather is expected to be cold, but not that windy. That means Josh Allen can have success throwing the football.


Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk

Bill Belichick is the master of coming up with a game plan that takes away what the opponent’s offense does best.


Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk

The last time the Patriots went to Buffalo, they threw only three passes on their way to an improbable win. I can’t see this game unfolding like that. The Bills’ defense will be better prepared for the Patriots’ offense, and Josh Allen will have a better game as well.


Mike Dussault, Patriots.com

Despite limping down the stretch and potentially losing one of their only remaining outside cornerbacks to the COVID list this week, the Patriots should leave it all on the field on Saturday night and give the Bills the kind of tough, competitive game that we haven’t seen from them in over a month.


Mike Reiss, ESPN

Bold prediction: Patriots kicker Nick Folk leads the NFL with 31 field goals (on 34 attempts) and has made 50 straight attempts from within 50 yards, stretching back to last season.


Alaina Getzenberg, ESPN

What to watch for: While the absence of cornerback Tre’Davious White will be big for the Bills’ defense, it’s the recent trend of turning the ball over that is the key to watch when the Patriots and Bills face off. Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen has thrown seven interceptions in his past four games and lost one fumble.


Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com

This is such a fascinating matchup. The Bills embody so many of the league-wide trends from the last few years, while the Patriots embody so much of the counter measures taken by coaches to go heavy while their opponents go light, zigging while the rest of the league zags.


Pete Prisco, CBS Sports

This is the game of the week with first place in the AFC East on the line. The Patriots have won six straight games and have really impressed on defense. It will be fun to see what Bill Belichick throws at Josh Allen. The Bills looked much better last week against the Saints than they did for most of November. They continue to play well here.


Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk

The Patriots have been the best team in the NFL for the last six weeks, and I don’t see that changing in Buffalo. New England takes a major step toward winning the AFC East.


Paul Perillo, Patriots.com

Defense pressures Josh Allen into a couple of mistakes to make the difference.


Mike Dussault, Patriots.com

A battle between two very good football teams that know each other well, it will likely come down to who makes the critical mistake at the key moment. Even when the Patriots were stacked and the Bills were headed nowhere, these contests were often close and once again that should be the case.

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