NFL Odds 2022: Bills On Super Bowl Mission, Anything Less Disappointment

Buffalo is the Super Bowl favorite -- for good reason


July 22

Tune in to the “Ultimate Betting Show” on NESN on Friday at 5:30 p.m. ET for daily NFL training camp previews. First up: the Buffalo Bills.

The Buffalo Bills’ 2021 season ultimately ended due to their inability to slow down Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. The coin toss didn’t help, either, though.

Buffalo is on the short list of legitimate Super Bowl contenders entering the 2022 campaign. Josh Allen and company had a very clear path to Los Angeles a season ago but ultimately fell short in a divisional-round thriller at KC. Now, they’ll look to finish the job and deliver the Lombardi Trophy to western New York for the first time ever.

Here’s what bettors need to know about the 2022 Buffalo Bills:

2021 In Review
11-6, first in AFC East
9-6-2 against the spread
8-9 over/under

Key offseason additions
LB Von Miller
TE O.J. Howard
WR Jamison Crowder

Key offseason losses
CB Levi Wallace
WR Cole Beasley
OG Daryl Williams

Look ahead to 2022
Super Bowl: +600
Conference: +300
Division: -225
Win total: 11.5 (over -140)
To make playoffs: Yes, -550

2022 award contenders
MVP: Josh Allen +700
Coach of the Year: Sean McDermott +1800
Offensive Rookie of the Year: James Cook +1400
Defensive Rookie of the Year: Kaiir Elam +2000

2022 outlook
The betting market does tell the story for Buffalo: The Bills are the Super Bowl favorite, and Allen is the MVP front-runner. They have been building to this, and maybe the flip of a coin was the difference between going home and talking about them here as the defending champions. As long as Allen stays healthy, the Bills’ one and only goal is to win it all, and anything less would be a letdown.

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