The Bills train has no brakes. Through two games, Buffalo is outscoring their opponents 72-17. Yes, you read that correctly. if there was ever a juggernaut in the NFL, you can look no further than these Buffalo Bills. They are angry after last year's AFC Divisional Round game with the Chiefs, after losing their season due to a coin flip. I think Josh Allen and the offense feel they got robbed of a Super Bowl in 2021, and they are out to get one in 2022. I personally feel the same, as I believe Buffalo or Kansas City both would have beaten the Rams in the Super Bowl last season, but the Bengals proved to be that anomaly that shows up every now and then.
I really don't know where the weakness lies in Buffalo. They do everything well, even on special teams. Allen is incredible, the rushing attack is a great change of pace, the offensive line is good, the defense has drastically improved. The Bills were destined to represent the AFC in the Super bowl this season. They are 2-0 ATS obviously, and they have had one game go under and one over.
The Patriots may have dominated this division for two decades, but it is a new era. Buffalo has arrived.
Or could this be Miami's time to bask in the glory of the Patriots downfall? After two weeks, you could argue the Dolphins have looked just as good as the Buffalo Bills on offense. Tua Tagovailoa seems to have taken the next step in his development at QB, and it is in no small part thanks to the insane weapons he has around him in the offense. Tyreek Hill is a game changer, able to burn a secondary deep for big yardage and long touchdowns while stretching the field on every play. He did just that several times last week against a helpless Baltimore secondary. Jaylen Waddle is equally as dangerous, and together with Hill, they make quite possibly the fastest receiving corp in the NFL.
The defense has been leaky at times, and they got destroyed by Lamar Jackson last week. Josh Allen should have a field day against them, which is always a concern, but Miami has the offense to keep up, just like they did against Baltimore.
Oh, and Mike McDaniel might already have locked in coach of the year. In his first two games, he's taken down Bill Belichick and John Harbaugh, two of the best to ever do it. Will he make Sean McDermott and the unstoppable Bills number three?
I just think that Buffalo is a freight train that can't be stopped right now. They literally have zero weakness, while Miami at least as a poor defense that can be taken advantage of. I took the Titans +10 the other night, and I learned my lesson to never bet against this Buffalo team in 2022. They are capable of blowing out any team in the league, and taking the points against them is one of those "hold your nose" type of bets where you have to pray. I'm good without that anxiety, thank you.
I'll take my chances and lay it with Buffalo under a TD.