How Have Bills Fared In December Games Since 2013?

How Have Bills Fared In December Games Since 2013?
By Christopher Boan
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

The Buffalo Bills enter the final weekend of November 6-5 and sitting on the wrong side of the NFL postseason bubble. The postseason race is heating up for NFL teams and Ontario sports betting, with Buffalo half a game behind the Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC race for the final wild card spot.

The current four-year playoff run is on the line for the Bills in the final full calendar month of the league’s regular season. After this Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Bills have a bye week to start December, perhaps helping a team that has been hit hard by injuries. The final month of the calendar year begins for the Bills with a road clash at Arrowhead Stadium against the Kansas City Chiefs on Dec. 10. The Eagles are atop the Super Bowl odds board at major Ontario sportsbook apps, with the Chiefs either joining them as co-favorites or trailing very close behind.

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Bills Face More Challenges In December

Later in December, Buffalo has home games against the Dallas Cowboys (Dec. 17) and New England Patriots (Dec. 31) that sandwich a road clash with the Los Angeles Chargers on Dec. 23. So as one of the most important months of the NFL season approaches, we wanted to know which NFL teams have been the best — and worst — in December games over the past 10 years., your source for information on new sportsbooks in Ontario, used to find the records of every NFL team in December since the 2013 season. Not all teams played the same number of games, so ranking is based on win percentage.

Here’s where the Bills rank leaguewide among NFL teams during the final calendar month of the year in the past decade.

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NFL Team Records in December Since 2013

Rank Team Record Win%
1 Green Bay Packers 32-9 .780
2 Kansas City Chiefs 34-10 .773
3 Dallas Cowboys 28-14 .667
4 Pittsburgh Steelers 29-15 .659
5 Baltimore Ravens 27-17 .614
6 Philadelphia Eagles 25-17 .595
7 Seattle Seahawks 26-18 .591
8 New England Patriots 25-18 .581
9 San Francisco 49ers 25-19 .568
10 New Orleans Saints 23-18 .561
11 Buffalo Bills 23-20 .535
12 Indianapolis Colts 22-20 .524
T-13 Los Angeles Rams 23-21 .523
T-13 Cincinnati Bengals 23-21 .523
T-13 Los Angeles Chargers 23-21 .523
16 Minnesota Vikings 23-22 .511
17 Miami Dolphins 22-22 .500
18 Carolina Panthers 20-21 .487
19 Atlanta Falcons 20-22 .476
20 Denver Broncos 21-24 .467
21 Arizona Cardinals 20-23 .465
22 Detroit Lions 18-24 .429
23 Tennessee Titans 18-25 .419
24 New York Jets 18-27 .400
25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-26 .395
26 Chicago Bears 16-26 .381
27 New York Giants 16-27-1 .375
T-28 Las Vegas Raiders 16-27 .372
T-28 Houston Texans 16-27 .372
30 Jacksonville Jaguars 15-29 .341
31 Washington Commanders 13-28-1 .321
32 Cleveland Browns 11-31 .262

Bills Have Been Solid In December Of Late

Inconsistent form in recent weeks has seen Buffalo Bills Super Bowl odds dip to +2800 at DraftKings Ontario Sportsbook as of Wednesday afternoon.

Looking over the past 10 seasons, the Bills rank No. 11 among 32 franchises in December with a .535 winning percentage. That’s just below the No. 10 New Orleans Saints (.561) and just better than the No. 12 Indianapolis Colts (.524). Leaguewide, the overall leaders in the December win percentage chase are the Green Bay Packers (.780), Kansas City Chiefs (.773), Dallas Cowboys (.667), Pittsburgh Steelers (.659) and Baltimore Ravens (.614).

Conversely, the worst teams in December have been the Cleveland Browns (.262), Washington Commanders (.321), Jacksonville Jaguars (.341), Houston Texans and Las Vegas Raiders (.372 each).

As for this season, oddsmakers at BetMGM Ontario Sportsbook list the Bills at +450 to win the AFC East (behind Miami at -500), with +250 odds of securing a Wild Card spot (ranking behind Cleveland at -110, Pittsburgh at +110 and Baltimore at +150).

For now, the Bills are looking to get back in the swing of the AFC playoff chase against the Philadelphia Eagles on the road on Sunday. Oddsmakers from BetMGM Sportsbook list Buffalo as a 3.5-point underdog, with a moneyline of +150 for the visitors from New York. The game kicks off at 4:25 p.m. Eastern from Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field.

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Christopher Boan is a writer at He's covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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