The NFL Futures market is open for business.
With the preseason just starting, and about a month to go before we actually get games that count, bettors are trying their hardest to predict who will win, you can say they’re looking towards the future. Of course, there’s an aptly named bet for those that are interested in prognostication. The Futures market has definitely exploded since gambling became legal, and currently there’s one NFL Futures bet that has gotten more action than any.
It looks like bettors are backing the Buffalo Bills big time. Currently the Buffalo Bills to win the AFC East is the number one futures bet taking place.
“The Buffalo Bills to win the AFC East (-225) currently has the highest handle of any NFL futures bet”
— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkes22) August 12, 2022
The Buffalo Bills are projected to have one of the most explosive offenses in the league, which is why everyone is hammering them to win the AFC East. Plus there’s not much competition from their division rivals now that Tom is no longer in New England.
It seems like everyone is banking on the Bills to win.
The Bills are the preseason favorites to win the Super Bowl and Josh Allen is the preseason favorite to win MVP.
What a year this could be in Buffalo.
— Kyle Odegard (@Kyle_Odegard) August 9, 2022
If I had any concerns about the Bills this season, which I really don’t, but If I did, it would be there is an offensive coordinator change.
Sometimes that could change chemistry, but I doubt Ken Dorsey, the former quarterbacks coach, has any plans of stopping Allen from taking plenty of shots downfield this year.
Bills are definitely going to win the AFC East, fingers crossed.
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