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Patriots Host Bills on Thursday Night Football Week 13 Betting

Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots

At the beginning of the regular season, the Buffalo Bills looked like a rampaging juggernaut.  Gamblers expected them to stampede to the Super Bowl.  But Buffalo is facing stiff betting on NFL competition in the AFC East.  The Bills case has served as remedial training about the NFL having no locks.  Buffalo has been exposed for being good.  However, they are not looking so great.  Additionally, the Bills are verified as beatable.  On Thursday night, the Bills will face one of the best defensive teams in football.  New England leans on defense for its playoff hopes.   

NFL Betting: Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots Information

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots Betting Odds

Bills -4½ ( -110 ) 43½ ( -110 ) -220
Patriots +4½ ( -110 ) 43½ ( -110 ) +180
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Bills vs. Patriots CashBet Wagering Analysis

The New England Patriots are not much fun to watch.  But they are improving and coming off a playoff season that ended with a blowout loss at Buffalo.  Thus, a revenge Sportsbook odds opportunity awaits on Thursday night.  Despite Buffalo’s recent problems, squares will back them based on brand.  New England will generate interest from bargain hunters.

Buffalo Struggling to Pay the Bills

Last game, the Buffalo Bills won 28-25 against the Detroit Lions as 10-point road favorites.  The game went under the Betting on football total of 54.5.  Buffalo has a record of 8-3 straight up, 5-5-1 against the spread, and 3-8 over/under the total.  Buffalo ranks 2nd for total offense, 3rd for passing, 8th for rushing, and 2nd for scoring.  Defensively they rank 12th overall, 19th against the pass, 7th against the rush, and 5th for points allowed.  Also, Buffalo ranks 30th for turnovers lost and 4th for takeaways.

Namely, Tyler Bass made a tiebreaking 45-yard field goal with 2 seconds left after missing an extra point late in the fourth quarter.  Hence, Buffalo escaped with a win on Thanksgiving Day.  Allen threw a go-ahead, 5-yard touchdown pass to Diggs with 2:40 left, but Bass missed the extra point to make it 25-22.

Overall, Allen had a passing and rushing touchdown in the first half.  He finished 24 of 42 for 253 yards to more than make up for throwing his 11th interception of the season.  Allen has accounted for 162 touchdowns.  As a result, he trails Hall of Famer Dan Marino’s total of 171 for the most by an NFL player in his first five seasons.

Patriots Fight for Consistency and Wild Card Contention

Last game, the New England Patriots lost 33-26 against the Minnesota Vikings as 2.5-point road dogs.  The game went over the NFL bets total of 41.  New England has a record of 6-5 straight up, 6-4-1 against the spread, and 5-6 over/under the total.  New England ranks 21st for total offense, 19th for passing, 22nd for rushing, and 18th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 5th overall, 9th against the pass, 9th against the rush, and 6th for points allowed.  Also, New England ranks 29th for turnovers lost and 8th for takeaways.

Kirk Cousins threw for 299 yards and three touchdowns.  Including the last go-ahead score to Adam Thielen with 9:34 left to push Minnesota past the Patriots.  Justin Jefferson had 139 receiving yards and one touchdown pass from Cousins.  Correlate that Cousins delivered a clutch performance against a formidable defense.

Following an overthrow by Cousins intercepted by Jonathan Jones and returned 55 yards to set up a field goal, the Vikings scored on five straight possessions.

New England QB Mac Jones passed for a career-high 382 yards and two scores.  However, the Patriots ran out of steam down the stretch.  Their fourth quarter included two three-and-out punts, a turnover on downs, and a brief desperation last drive.

At the onset of the second half Jones found Hunter Henry for a wide-open 37-yard touchdown pass.  New England started the second half with a 23-16 lead.  But Kene Nwangwu scored on a 97-yard kickoff return to strike right back for the Vikings.

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