- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have -170 odds to beat the Buffalo Bills in Week 14.
- A Buccaneers Vs. Bills Super Bowl has +2000 odds.
TAMPA, Fla. – In what has the potential to be the game of Week 14, the Buffalo Bills will travel south to take on the defending Super Bowl champions, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
As the odds currently sit, legal online betting sites have the Buccaneers listed as slight 3.5-point favorites to take down the Bills.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vs. Buffalo Bills Odds
- Moneyline: Buccaneers (-170) vs. Bills (+145)
- Spread: Buccaneers -3.5
- Total: 53 Points
The Buccaneers are favored in this one being that they are one of the hottest teams in the league right now while the Bills are going through a slump. Since losing two straight games in Weeks 8 and 9, the Buccaneers have come back to life winning three straight.
As for the Bills, they have struggled in their last five games going 2-3 in that stretch.
Backing the Buccaneers odds, even more, is that the Bills are dealing with injuries right now to key players such as Tre’Davious White, who they lost for the season, linebacker A.J. Klein, and defensive tackle Star Lotulelei.
Looking at the spread, while some might be quick to think that this is going to be a close game, the Bucs could very well run away with it. The Buccaneers, although with a 6-6 record against the spread this season, have been unstoppable ATS in their last three games going 3-0. The Bills have slowed things down after their 4-1 start against the spread as they have gone 2-5 since then.
The public is all over the Buccaneers covering the spread also as they are bringing in 94% of total bets and 92% of the betting handle.
A Preview For Super Bowl 56?
One reason that this could be the matchup of the week is that this could be the matchup for Super Bowl 56. This exact matchup is amongst the favorites to be the Super Bowl matchup with +2000 odds.
The Buccaneers odds to win the Super Bowl are favored right now at +550 while the Bills have +1200 odds to win.
As for the conference championship odds, the Bucs are favored to come out of the NFC with +275 odds while the Bills have the third shortest odds to come out of the AFC at +500.
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