Many people view the Bills as the Super Bowl favorite. What they have done this season is incredible. While their defense is competitive, their offense is one of the bets in the league. Injuries have put the defense back a bit, but it’s still been good. Josh Allen has been playing MVP-caliber football and that’s with him dealing with an elbow injury. Stefon Diggs has also been incredible.
The Bears seem to have finally found their franchise quarterback. They now just need to build around Simon the offensive line and with a true No. 1 wide receiver. Many criticized Justin Fields throughout the season, until his numbers started going up. he came in with a struggling offensive line and has already played for two coaches. He will be an elite quarterback in the near future.
The Bills are a nine-point favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook and the point total sits at 40.5. Buffalo is -410 on the moneyline while the Bears are +330.
Bills vs. Bears
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