new super bowl favorites

Vegas oddsmakers have made the Buffalo Bills Super Bowl LVII favorites at +650, followed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +700 a week after the NFL draft ended. Kansas City Chiefs and the defending champions Los Angeles Rams share third place at +1000.

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Bills Are Current Super Bowl Favorites

The Bills made the playoffs in 2019, 2020, and 2021 and have had plenty of deep runs in the hunt for their first-ever Super Bowl title. They have failed to pass the Chiefs in past years. But with Tyreek Hill out of action for Kansas, NFL betting sites think this could be Buffalo’s time to shine.

A Winning Roster?

The Bills have hung on to Josh Allen, who is the quarterback that’s leading their offense. Devin Singeltary, Gabriel Davis, Dawson Knox, and Stefon Diggs are Backing him up.

Buffalo also managed to scoop up Jamison Crowder – a wide receiver from their long-time rivals the New York Jets.

When looking at the Bills’ defense, they signed Von Miller in a massive six-year, $120 million deal. Miller stated that picking the Bills over the Rams was “one of the hardest decisions” he’s ever made.

The star comes to Buffalo fresh off the heels of a second Super Bowl win. He managed to produce five sacks and 31 tackles in the season, with a playoff performance that included 14 tackles, six quarterback hits, and four sacks – two of which were in the Super Bowl game.

Miller was a crucial cog in the success of Brandon Beane’s team last year, hence the price of acquiring such a valuable asset.

The Bills Draft Picks

The Bills did well with their draft picks this year. With their already loaded roster padded out with cornerback Kaiir Elam, running back Jame Cook, linebacker Terrel Bernard, and punter Matt Araiza. Here’s a look at all of the Bills’ picks:

  • Round 1 – Pick 23 (23) – CB Kaiir Elam
  • Round 2 – Pick 31 (63) – RB James Cook
  • Round 3 – Pick 25 (89) – LB Terrel Bernard
  • Round 5 – Pick 5 (148) – WR Khalil Shakir
  • Round 6 – Pick 1 (180) – P Matt Araiza
  • Round 6 – Pick 6 (185) – CB Christian Benford
  • Round 6 – Pick 31 (209) – OT Luke Tenuta
  • Round 7 – Pick 10 (231) – LB Baylon Spector

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