Monday Football Football: Buffalo Bills(11-3) at New England Patriots(6-8)

Jamil Brown

Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots Betting Preview

The final Monday Night Football game of the season between two bitter rivals that are going in 2 different directions. The Bills have secured the AFC East Title for the 1st time since 1995 and looking to lockdown the 2nd seed in the AFC with a win here and winning their season finale. The Pats will be missing the playoffs for the 1st time in a decade. This is new to many Pats vets who have been apart of a franchise that was the standard of the league for almost 20 years. Most will call this a passing the torch game but with the Pats never trust that ideology. The Bills won the 1st meeting this in Week 8 in thriller at Buffalo with the Bills winning 24-21.

Spread: Bills +2.5 (-110), Pats +7.5 (-110)

Moneyline: Bills (-360), Pats(+265)

Total: OVER 47 (-110), UNDER 47 (-110)

Bills’ Season to Date

The Bills are undefeated as of now in division play with a 4-0 but only 1-3 ATS. The Bills are also 4-0 since their Bye(Week 11) also averaging 31.3 PPG and only allowing 18.8 PPG. The Bills are 5-2 SU; 2-0 in the division SU on the road, 3-4 ATS; 0-2 ATS  in the division on the road. The Bills look to sweep the Pats for the 1st time since 1993.

Bills’ Betting Record: ATS 8-6-0 OVER/UNDER 10-4-0

Bills’ Leaders on Offense

QB Josh Allen: 4,000 pass yards with 30 TD and 9 INT

RB Devin Singletary: 891 total yards with 1 TD

WR Stefon Diggs: 111 receptions 1,314 receiving yards with 5 TD

WR Cole Beasley: 79 receptions 950 receiving yards with 4 TD


Patriots’ Season to Date

The Bills come into the game a week closer to clinching the AFC East for the 1st time in 25 years. This team has won their last 5 out of 6 after 2 game losing skid after starting the season 4-0. The Bills are 6-2 against the AFC and 5-1 at home this game is the biggest of the season by far. I expect them to be ready for this big game on Primetime.

Patriots’ Betting Record: ATS 7-8-0 OVER/UNDER 4-10-0

Patriots’ Leaders on Offense

QB Cam Newton: 2,381 pass yards with 16 TD(11 rush; 5 pass) and 10 INT

RB Damien Harris: 943 total yards with 2 TD

WR Jakobi Meyers: 49 receptions 616 receiving yards

WR Damiere Byrd: 45 receptions 590 receiving yards with 1 TD

Bills vs. Patriots Recent History – Last Meeting 11/01/2020 24-21 Bills Won 

All Time Series: 76-44-1 Patriots Lead Series