One team is tied for first place in its division, while the other occupies the basement. But as for which is the better wager – well, that’s up for debate as the Buffalo Bills travel to New England for Thursday Night Football. It’s a WynnBET TNF $100 special.
The 8-3 Bills are tied with the Miami Dolphins for the top spot in the AFC East. The Bills have covered the spread once in their past five games. That came in an eight-point victory over Cleveland as 7.5-point favorites in Detroit. Buffalo played a relocated home game there because of 7 feet of snow. The 6-5 Patriots meanwhile have covered three of their past four. The exception is a seven-point loss at 2.5-point underdogs at Minnesota last week.
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Stevenson +575 For First TD
Buffalo enters Thursday Night Football on the heels of a 28-25 victory in Detroit where the Bills failed to cover as a 9.5-point road favorite. New England is coming off a 33-26 loss in Minnesota. Because both teams last played on Thanksgiving, it will be one of those rare Thursday matchups where each squad has enjoyed a full week of rest.
WynnBET has set the total for the game at 43.5 points. Buffalo has finished under the number in eight of its 11 games this season. That trend continued when the Bills and Lions finished under a total of 54 last week in Detroit. New England has gone under the total in three of its past four. The exception came last week in Minnesota where the Patriots and Vikings finished over the total of 42.
WynnBET has also set odds on which player will score the first touchdown of the game. Patriots RB Rhamondre Stevenson leads at +525. Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs follows at +575. Bills RB Devin Singletary is at +700. Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen and receiver Gabriel Davis are both +900 to score the game’s first TD, followed by Buffalo tight end Dawson Knox and Patriots receivers Tyquan Thornton and Nelson Agholor all at +1100.