The Buffalo Bills are coming off a thrilling come-from-behind win in Week 1, while the New York Giants absorbed a lopsided loss that could be a trend for them the rest of the year. The Giants can change the narrative, though, beginning this Sunday at home against Josh Allen and company. The Bills are +900 to win the AFC East, while the Giants are +2200 to win the NFC East.
Betting Preview for the Buffalo Bills vs New York Giants NFL Regular Season Week 2 Game on September 15, 2019
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford
When: Sunday, September 15, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: CBS
Betting on the Buffalo Bills (1-0)
The Bills were on their way to a loss in Week 1 against the New York Jets after a lackluster first half in which they didn’t score. But Josh Allen had other things in mind. Allen, despite the turnovers, finished strong, throwing for 254 passing yards and a touchdown strike to John Brown that tied the game and set up the game-winning field goal for Buffalo. Still, Allen has a lot to learn. He had two interceptions and two lost fumbles. Allen should face a lighter defense on Sunday, as the Giants had just been torched for 405 passing yards in their loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1. That’s music to the ears of Brown, who shined in the win over the Jets, finishing with 123 receiving yards and a touchdown on seven receptions. Rookie running back Singletary led the Bills with 70 rushing yards on only four carries, a strong case to be the lead man in the backfield for Buffalo. The Bills’ defense will be tested anew after getting four sacks in the Jets game.
The Bills are 3-0 against the spread (ATS) in their last three games.
Betting on the New York Giants (0-1)
The Giants kicked off their season with a loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, 35-17. Eli Manning threw for 306 yards and a touchdown on 30 of 44 completions, while running back Saquon Barkley rushed for 120 yards on 11 carries. From way before, everyone knew that the Giants were going to struggle in the 2019 NFL season, but it’s still too early in the season to throw the towel for the team. The Giants are not the Miami Dolphins. The Giants still have talent on offense, with Barkley and Evan Engram, who went off for 116 receiving yards and a touchdown on 11 receptions against the Cowboys. Barkley can dissect most defenses in the league, and he should find a way to put up yards against the Bills’ defense. The bigger problem for New York is its own stop unit. The Giants need to put up more pressure on the quarterback, especially after making Dak Prescott look like Aaron Rodgers.
The over is 3-0 in the Giants’ last three games.
The Bills win, 22-19.
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