Bills-Patriots Prop Bets Drawing Most Ontario Sportsbooks Action

Bills-Patriots Prop Bets Drawing Most Ontario Sportsbooks Action
By Mark Keast
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

The Buffalo Bills pass rush has been a top storyline this season, with the team tied for the league lead in quarterback sacks at 24, giving a boost to Bill fans who are also customers at Ontario sportsbooks. Leonard Floyd leads the team with 6.5 sacks, followed by Ed Oliver and A.J. Epenesa with four each. Plus Pro Bowl veteran Von Miller just returned to the lineup for the Bills (4-2).

That has helped compensate for the loss of linebacker Matt Milano and cornerback Tre’Davious White, who are both out with season-ending injuries, perhaps giving their wagering backers a bit of pause.

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Bills-Patriots NFL Prop Betting

The Bills head into Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, to face the Patriots at 1 p.m. Eastern on Sunday. The Bills very much have the odds in their direction; theScore Bet Ontario Sportsbook has the moneyline at Bills 1.25, Patriots 4.20 in decimal odds as of Friday afternoon. Proline says there been a “decent amount of action” on the game with 93% of bets so on the Buffalo moneyline (1.25) and 81% on the Bills spread (-9.5, 2.10).

New England (1-5) is a turnover machine – among NFL leaders with 11. Quarterback Mac Jones has nine of those, with just a 36.4 adjusted total quarterback rating and 74.4 passer rating. He’ll have a steep hill to climb against the Bills, who are third in the league in interceptions (eight) and seventh in yards allowed per game in passing at 190.2.

As for player props at BetMGM Ontario Sportsbook, Bills receiver Stefon Diggs is among the most bet first touchdown scorers leaguewide, along with Detroit’s Amon-Ra St. Brown, Kansas City’s Travis Kelce, Miami’s Tyreek Hill and Keenan Allen of the Los Angeles Chargers. Wagers on anytime touchdown scorer are led by Bills running back Latavius Murray; he is coming off a game last week against the New York Giants where he had 12 carries for 45 yards, both season highs. Murray has two touchdowns this season.

Diggs is the most popular choice at Proline for anytime TD scorer (1.90) and first TD scorer (6.00). Another Bills receiver, Gabriel Davis, is the most popular player prop for total receiving yards (over 36.5, 1.83; under 36.5, 1.83). That’s followed by Diggs total receiving yards (over 84.5, 1.83; under 84.5, 1.83) and quarterback Josh Allen total passing yards (over 248.5, 1.83; under 248.5, 1.83).

Also at BetMGM, more most bet props include Davis over 33.5 receiving yards (1.77), Allen over 1.5 passing touchdowns (1.91), Diggs over 83.5 receiving yards (1.87) and Allen under 251.5 passing yards (1.87). And at bet365 Ontario Sportsbook, the most bet prop is the over on Davis receiving yards (35.5, 1.87).

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Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds

The Bills bounced back from a disappointing loss to Jacksonville in London with last week’s squeaker over the Giants. Buffalo hung on to improve to 4-2. The Bills are a game behind the 5-1 Miami Dolphins for first place in the AFC East and the overall top spot in the conference. But the Bills are the team that handed Miami its lone loss and so would be ahead on a tiebreaker if they catch the Dolphins.

The Bills have 10.00 odds (+900 in American odds) with Caesars Ontario Sportsbook to win the Super Bowl as of Friday afternoon. For more developments in the NFL and throughout the gaming industry, keep following

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Mark Keast has recently covered the sports betting industry in Canada for The Parleh, and is a long-time sportswriter and editor, most notably with the Toronto Sun.

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