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Buffalo Bills 2010 NFL Football Future Lines

Buffalo Bills Betting Odds – NFL Football Future Lines

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Let’s take a look at the numbers:

Last season – 6-10 SU, 6-10 ATS
Projection this season – 5-11 (fourth in AFC East)

Groundhog Day is what you get in the NFL when you have average talent and a less-than-average quarterback.

The Bills continue to operate in pro football limbo, starting each season with high hopes that are soon dashed. Every time the Bills get the rock halfway up the mountain, it comes crashing down on them. A 5-11 record in 2005 leads to 7-9 in ’06, 7-9 in ’07, 7-9 in ’08 and 6-10 last season. The Bills improve in one spot and regress in another.

Coaches change, quarterbacks change, Terrell Owens arrives and the bottom line pretty much stays the same. And now the Bills are swimming upstream in an AFC East in which all three of their opponents feel that they have a legitimate shot at getting to the Super Bowl.

New coach Chan Gailey has his hands full trying to jump-start an offense that was 28th in the league in points last season, especially since his QB options consist of Trent Edwards, Ryan Fitzpatrick and Brian Brohm.

Passing on a QB in the draft probably means that Buffalo will grind it out with Fred Jackson and rookie C.J. Spiller trying to move the chains in a possession/field position-type of offense. With Owens and Josh Reed jettisoned, Lee Evans re-emerges as the primary deep threat, but Bills fans can forget about a vertical passing game. Finals like 13-10 and 14-13 are the best they can hope for.

Buffalo has spent 10 consecutive seasons out of the playoffs, and one of the primary reasons is the team’s frustrating inability to put together even an average offensive line.

Not much was done to upgrade last year’s unit, but at least the guys up front have played together for a few seasons, and that should make life palatable for Spiller, Jackson and whatever QB survives the training camp competition.

The strength of the team is its defense, particularly its linebackers and secondary. Gailey plans to scrap last season’s 4-3 set and implement a 3-4 defense to better take advantage of linebacker Paul Posluszny (100-plus tackles for two straight seasons) and a secondary led by Pro Bowl safety Jairus Byrd.

Byrd had 9 interceptions last season and the Bills were second overall in the league, with 28. The DBs should be even more effective in a 3-4 alignment.

THE WAY IT LOOKS NOW – The schedule is manageable, with the likes of Jacksonville, Kansas City, Detroit and Cleveland on the docket.

But in the AFC East it’s hard to envision any kind of quantum leap, even if the Bills get better coaching and the talent is upgraded a bit.

Next Up: Denver Broncos

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Lawrence Paul is a regular contributor to the Cappers Picks Blog, and is a free-lance gambling and travel writer from Massachusetts.

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  1. The BIG difference is Buffalo came inside the offices, not so much on the field.

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