The 2019 NFL season is ready to kick off, and we're here with betting previews for all 32 teams.
ESPN betting analysts Doug Kezirian and Preston Johnson, ESPN Stats & Information's Seth Walder, Fantasy's Mike Clay, Matt Youmans of the Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSiN), David Bearman and our friends from Football Outsiders (Aaron Schatz, Rivers McCown, Brian Knowles, Derrik Klassen and Vince Verhei) combine to offer their best bets for each team, from win totals to championship odds to props and much more.
Note: All odds courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook unless otherwise noted. Odds as of Sept 2.
Super Bowl odds: 80-1 (opened 100-1)
Over/under: 7 (O -150/U +130)
FPI projection: 7-9
2018 record: 6-10
Playoff odds: Yes +350, No -440
Bills over 7 wins
Youmans: A strong argument can be made that Buffalo is the AFC East's second-best team. While the focus is generally on quarterback Josh Allen and his development, it's important to emphasize Buffalo ranked No. 2 in the NFL in total defense (294.1 yards per game) last season. First-round pick Ed Oliver adds strength to the defensive front. The Bills filled needs in the draft and were active in free agency, showing an urgency to win in coach Sean McDermott's third year. The schedule is weak enough to find eight wins, and maybe nine.
Allen has more playmakers, including wideouts Cole Beasley and John Brown, and the offensive line is improved. Allen still has a long way to go, but Buffalo's offense is no longer one of the league's worst.