The Washington Redskins (+200000 to win Super Bowl 54) will continue their search for win no. 2 of the season when they travel to the Buffalo Bills’ home field this Sunday. The Bills (+5000) are coming off a loss just like the Redskins and are in need of a win to strengthen their bid for at least a wild card playoff bert in the AFC.
Betting Preview for the Washington Redskins vs Buffalo Bills NFL Regular Season Week 9 Game on November 3, 2019
Where: New Era Field, Orchard Park
When: Sunday, November 3, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Washington Redskins (1-7)
The Redskins absorbed yet another loss last week, as they bowed to the Minnesota Vikings on the road, 19-9. More bad news for the Redskins is Case Keenum’s entry into the concussion protocol after getting hurt in the Vikings game. As of this writing, Keenum has yet to clear the said protocol, so that means rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins may get the nod to start against the Bills. Haskins looked lost in last week’s encounter with Minnesota, finishing with just 33 passing yards with an interception on 3-for-5 completions. Haskins is far from ready, but he’s the only option under center for Washington should Keenum get ruled out. The Redskins are averaging 12.4 points and 261.1 total yards per game. Adrian Peterson will shoulder added load on offense if Keenum is out, and he could deal damage against Buffalo’s 18th-ranked defense against the run.
The Redskins are 2-0 against the spread (ATS) in their last two games.
Betting on the Buffalo Bills (5-2)
The Bills had a chance to further prove that they are a legitimate playoff contender when they faced the Philadelphia Eagles at home last Sunday. Instead, they melted and lost, 31-13. Josh Allen came up with 169 passing yards and two touchdowns with zero interceptions but was only 16 of 24. He was sacked four times for a loss of 14 yards. If he had a hard time making plays against Philly, he should be more relaxed in the pocket against the lifeless Redskins defense that is giving up 24.4 points and 378.4 total yards per game, 19th and 26th in the NFL, respectively. The Bills’ rushing attack is poised to have a field day, too, as the Redskins are just 28th with 137.8 rushing yards allowed per contest. Conversely, the Bills are eighth in the league with 130.4 rushing yards per game.
The over is 2-0 in the Bills’ last two games at home.
The Bills win, 23-17.
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