October 22, 2021
Bills vs Saints Odds, Spreads & Betting Lines – Sports Betting
Bills vs. Saints Odds
From 2001 to 2017, the New Orleans Saints beat the Buffalo Bills five times in a row. For some bettors, this record puts the Saints as the favorites and the Bills as the underdogs, and past betting odds are evidence of this trend.
Will the Saints continue their winning streak in the next match? Or will the Bills make an upset and become the new favorites?
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Bills vs. Saints Past Season Stats
2013 NFL Season Performance
In Week 8, the Bills-Saints match was held at the Caesars Superdome on October 28. More than 72,000 people watched the game.
The Saints had a headstart with a touchdown from quarterback Drew Brees. Brees would continue to score four more touchdowns during the rest of the game. The Saints maintained a lead over the Bills until the end of the match.
The Saints won 35-17 against the Bills.
2017 NFL Season Performance
In Week 10, the Bills played against the Saints again. The match was held on November 13 at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, New York. The event was attended by more than 67,000 spectators.
The Bills scored first with a field goal from kicker Stephen Hauschka. However, the Bills were unable to score any further until late in the game.
The Saints overtook the Bills within the first quarter with a touchdown from running back Mark Ingram. The Saints won the match 47-10.
2020 NFL Regular Season Matches
Buffalo Bills Matches
Week 1. New York Jets – 27-17 (W)
Week 2. Miami Dolphins – 31-28 (W)
Week 3. Los Angeles Rams – 35-32 (W)
Week 4. Las Vegas Raiders – 30-23 (W)
Week 5. Tennessee Titans – 16-42 (L)
Week 6. Kansas City Chiefs – 17-26 (L)
Week 7. NY Jets – 18-10 (W)
Week 8. New England Patriots – 24-21 (W)
Week 9. Seattle Seahawks – 44-34 (W)
Week 10. Arizona Cardinals – 30-32 (L)
Week 12. Los Angeles Chargers – 27-17 (W)
Week 13. San Francisco 49ers – 34-24 (W)
Week 14. Pittsburgh Steelers – 26-15 (W)
Week 15. Denver Broncos – 48-19 (W)
Week 16. New England Patriots – 38-9 (W)
Week 17. Miami Dolphins – 56-26 (W)
New Orleans Saints Matches
Week 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 34-23 (W)
Week 2. Las Vegas Raiders – 24-34 (L)
Week 3. Green Bay Packers – 30-37 (L)
Week 4. Detroit Lions – 35-29 (W)
Week 5. LA Chargers – 30-27 (W)
Week 7. Carolina Panthers – 27-24 (W)
Week 8. Chicago Bears – 26-23 (W)
Week 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 38-3 (W)
Week 10. San Francisco 49ers – 27-13 (W)
Week 11. Atlanta Falcons – 24-9 (W)
Week 12. Denver Broncos – 31-3 (W)
Week 13. Atlanta Falcons – 21-16 (W)
Week 14. Philadelphia Eagles – 21-24 (L)
Week 15. Kansas City Chiefs – 29-32 (L)
Week 16. Minnesota Vikings – 52-33 (W)
Week 17. Carolina Panthers – 33-7 (W)
2020 NFL Postseason Matches
In the AFC wild card match, the Bills played and won 27-24 against the Indianapolis Colts. Afterward, in the divisional round playoff, the Bills faced the Baltimore Ravens and won 17-3.
The Bills proceeded to the AFC Championship game and played against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Bills lost 24-38, losing their chance to play in the Super Bowl.
The Saints started their postseason playoffs with the NFC wild card game against the Chicago Bears. The Saints won 21-9 and moved to the divisional playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
However, the Buccaneers won the match 30-20, and the Saints were not able to qualify for the championship games.
Bills vs. Saints Betting Trends
2013 NFL Season Betting Odds
Moneyline: Bills +430, Saints -525
Point spread: Bills +10.5, Saints -10.5
The Saints won the match 35-17 against the Bills and covered the spread by 7.5 points. The total combined score was 52, over the set O/U by four points.
2017 NFL Season Betting Odds
Moneyline: Saints -123, Bills + 113
Point spread: Saints -2, Bills +2
The Saints won again, 47-10, against the Bills. The Saints covered the spread by 35 points, and the combined score of 57 was nine points over the O/U.
Bills vs. Saints All-Time Series
From 1973 up until 2017, the matchup between the Bills and Saints occurred only 11 times. In that period, the Saints won seven games while the Bills won only four games.
In the AFC East division, the Buffalo Bills placed first with 13 wins and three losses.
In the NFC South standings, the New Orleans Saints also placed first. They had 12 wins and four losses.
How to Bet on the Bills vs. Saints Match
Based on the teams’ past betting trends and all-time series matchup history, the Saints may continue to be the favorites.
However, in terms of total matches won in the 2020 NFL last season, including the postseason matches, the Bills may still have a chance to become the favorites.
There are several betting options for you if you are going to place your bets on the Bills vs. Saints match. These include:
Moneyline – These are the NFL odds based on a $100 bet. Negative odds like -110 mean you bet $110 to win $100. If the odds are positive, such as +120, you can earn $120 for every $100 you stake if your bet wins.
Point spread – This is the expected difference in scores between the teams.
Suppose the Indianapolis Colts have a -3.5 spread and the Baltimore Ravens have a +3.5 spread. To win your bet on the Colts, they have to win the match by 4 points or more.
Point total or over/under – This is the expected combined final scores of both teams.
For example, the oddsmaker set the O/U for the Washington Football Team vs. New York Giants match at 42. If the actual total score was 39 (19+20) and you bet under, you would win the bet.
Win totals – The total number of games a team is expected to win in one season, excluding offseason games such as playoff matches.
Suppose the win totals odds for the Dallas Cowboys were set at 10.5. If the actual number of games won by the team was only six and you bet under, you would win the bet.
Parlays or teasers – These are bets that combine two or more outcomes where each outcome must win for you to get a payout. If even one outcome loses, you lose the entire parlay.
Prop bets – This type of bet is based on an event or an individual’s or team’s performance. Some examples include:
- Will Tom Brady become the next NFL season’s MVP?
- Will the 2005 NFL Draft first-round pick Aaron Rodgers score the first touchdown in his next match?
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