January 24, 2022

Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots|MNF DEC 28TH 2020

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The AFC East champion Bills (11-3) enter the Monday Night game in Foxborough, Mass looking to sweep their AFC East rivals for the first time since 1999.

The New England Patriots (6-8) have been eliminated from post season play after dominating the divison with16 division titles in the last 17 seasons.Bill Belichick’s streak of 11 straight years in the playoffs is finally over.

We did mention Buffalo is looking for the sweep after these foes faced off in November with Buffalo winning by just three points with a game-winning field goal late in the fourth quarter.

The Las Vegas bookmakers opened this game late last week withe the following numbers Line : Buffalo (-4.5) O/U (45.5) and this line currently sits at Buffalo (-7) -110 O/U (46).

Key Injuries
Bills: John Brown WR (Questionable), Stefon Diggs (Questionable), Cody Ford OL (Out), Reggie Gilliam TE (Out), Jaquan Johnson S (Questionable), Ty Nsekhe T (Questionable), Andre Roberts WR (Questionable).

Patriots: Julian Edelman WR (Questionable), Donte Moncrief WR (Questionable), Damien Harris RB (Questionable), David Andrews C (Questionable), John Simon DE (Questionable), Ja’whaun Bently LB (Questionable), Stephon Gilmore CB (Out), Rex Burkhead RB (Questionable), Isaiah Wynn OL (Questionable).

Buffalo 4-1 Monday RG… 1-3 Game 15… 2-6 as div RF’s
NEW ENGLAND SERIES: 6-2 L8… 10-1 L11 as HD’s… 4-1-2 Monday HG

The way the Bills have played in 2020 this would be a no brainer to jump all over the AFC East Champs and continue to ride their Super Bowl dreams but that’s not the case.

Sorry Bills fans!

The Pats are 10-1 ATS last eleven as home dogs. They are also 4-1-2 ATS on Mondays. And then there is Bill Belichick’s 16-2 ATS record with New England in games as a dog off a losing team record.The Bills are 5-12 SU and 3-13-1 ATS log off consecutive wins when facing sub .750 AFC opponents, including 0-5-1 ATS ,they are also 2-6 ATS division road favorites.

An Interesting statistic below:

New England is 16-3 SUATS at home when looking to avenge a same-season division loss under Bill Belichick, including 16-0 SU and 15-1 ATS the last sixteen games.

Prediction: New England (+7)

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