Buffalo Bills Super Bowl Odds, AFC East Division Odds & More: Week 17

Key Takeaways:

  • The Buffalo Bills Super Bowl odds are the fifth-shortest in the NFL at +1200, according to ESPN BET.
  • Using implied probability, the Bills have a 7.7% chance to win Super Bowl 59.
  • Despite losing Tre'Davious White and Jordan Poyer in free agency, Buffalo is the favorite to win the AFC East at +130 odds.
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The Buffalo Bills are coming off a season in which they had to win their final game to capture another divisional crown. Despite losing two starters on defense to free agency, the Bills playoff chances aren't currently available. However, they have a 43.5% chance to win the AFC East, and the Bills Super Bowl odds are +1200, giving them a 7.7% chance based on implied probability.

Buffalo Bills Odds to Win Super Bowl, Division & More

The Bills Super Bowl odds are +1200, according to ESPN BET New York. Buffalo currently has the sixth-best odds to win the Super Bowl.

👑 Super Bowl Odds+1200 (7.7%)
🏆 AFC Title Odds+500 (16.7%)
🥇 AFC East Division Odds+130 (43.5%)
⭐️ Playoff OddsTBA
Odds Last UpdatedJune 6, 2024

*Other sportsbooks, such as DraftKings Sportsbook New York offer different Super Bowl odds for the Bills.

Buffalo currently has a 7.7% chance of winning the Super Bowl in 2023-24. Despite a strong projection in 2022, in which they opened as Super Bowl favorites at +600, the Bills have come up short to Kansas City in consecutive seasons.

The Bills, meanwhile, have an 16.7% chance of winning the AFC, which is the third-shortest, trailing the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs. Additionally, Buffalo has a 43.5% chance of winning the AFC East and returns as the divisional favorites in 2024.

Finally, while playoff odds aren't available yet, oddsmakers are giving Buffalo a strong chance of making the playoffs based on their divisional odds. Keep in mind, there may be New York sportsbook promos and odds boosts available that could provide boosted profits or better odds.

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Bills Week-by-Week Super Bowl Odds

The Bills are currently +1200 to win the Super Bowl. I will be monitoring how the odds change each week, especially throughout free agency and after the NFL Draft.

Preseason+900 (10% chance)
After Week 1+1100 (8.3% chance)
After Week 2+1000 (9.1% chance)
After Week 3+1000 (9.1% chance)
After Week 4+800 (11.1% chance)
After Week 5+950 (9.5% chance)
After Week 6+1400 (6.7% chance)
After Week 7+1400 (6.7% chance)
After Week 8+1600 (5.9% chance)
After Week 9+2000 (4.8% chance)
After Week 10+2500 (3.8% chance)
After Week 11+2800 (3.4% chance)
After Week 12+3300 (2.7% chance)
After Week 13+5000 (2% chance)
After Week 14+1800 (5.3% chance)
After Week 15+1400 (6.7% chance)
After Free Agency+1200 (7.7% chance)
Before the NFL Draft+1200 (7.7% chance)

Latest Updates Impacting Bills Super Bowl Odds

The Bills had an interesting offseason as GM Brandon Beane worked on improving the offensive and defensive lines. Buffalo also drafted TE Dalton Kincaid, who should help the offense as the Bills don't have established weapons outside of WR Stefon Diggs.

  • 📅 March 15, 2024: Buffalo bolsters its wide receiving core, adding former Washington WR Curtis Samuel and former Atlanta WR Mack Hollins.
  • 📅 March 13, 2024: After five seasons, WR Gabe Davis leaves the team in free agency to sign with Jacksonville. He was Josh Allen's physically biggest target.
  • 📅 March 6, 2024: Long-time defensive starters Tre'Davious White and Jordan Poyer are released as cap room casualties.
  • 📅 Jan. 21, 2024: The Bills lose in the AFC Divisional round to Kansas City, which eliminated Buffalo from playoff contention in consecutive years,
  • 📅 Jan. 15, 2024: Buffalo defeats Pittsburgh in the Wild Card Round.
  • 📅 Dec. 17, 2023: Bills rout Cowboys 30-10.
  • 📅 Dec. 10, 2023: Bills beat Chiefs 20-17.
  • 📅 Dec. 9, 2023: Bills activate TE Dawson Knox off injured reserve.
  • 📅 Nov. 26, 2023: Bills lose 37-34 in OT to the Eagles.
  • 📅 Nov. 19, 2023: Bills beat the Jets 32-6.
  • 📅 Nov. 14, 2023: Bills fire offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey.
  • 📅 Nov. 13, 2023: Bills lose 24-22 to the Broncos.
  • 📅 Nov. 5, 2023: Bills lose 24-18 to the Bengals.
  • 📅 Nov. 2, 2023: Bills sign DT Linval Joseph, place CB Kaiir Elam on IR.

Make sure to bookmark this page for more news updates on the Buffalo Bills throughout the season.

Bills Schedule and Betting Lines

The Bills schedule won't be fully released until May 2024. For now, check out the home and away opponents for Buffalo next season.

Home Opponents:

  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Tennessee Titans
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • New York Jets
  • New England Patriots
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Kansas City Chiefs

Away Opponents:

  • Houston Texans
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • New York Jets
  • New England Patriots
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Detroit Lions

 

 

Key Contributors Toward Cowboys Super Bowl Odds

The Buffalo Bills will be led by Josh Allen and, as long as he is healthy and playing up to his standards, the Bills will remain a Super Bowl contender. Allen is also +750 to win MVP, which is the second-shortest odds behind only back-to-back Supepr Bowl champion Patrick Mahomes.

After a strong second half of the 2023-24 season, James Cook should continue to bolster Buffalo's offense. The Bills drafted TE Dalton Kincaid in the first round, which had an immediate impact on the offense. After losing five-year wideout Gabe Davis to free agency, Kincaid might be Allen's top target in the air next season.

On defense, Buffalo has lost two key starters in No. 1 CB Tre'Davious White and long-time starting S Jordan Poyer. Both were released to free up cap room.

Where Can I Bet on the Buffalo Bills to Win the Super Bowl?

You can bet on the Bills playoff chances at BetMGM, Caesars, FanDuel, DraftKings and any other NY sports betting apps.

Buffalo is now favored to make the playoffs after their blowout win at home over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. The Bills will need to win their next two games and if Miami loses one of their next two, they will be playing for the AFC East in Week 18.

Popular Types of Sports Betting on Bills Super Bowl Odds

As we move through the NFL season, now is the perfect time to brush up on the types of bets you can place on the Buffalo Bills Super Bowl chances.

Super Bowl Futures & Futures Bets

Super Bowl future bets are bets on a team to win the Super Bowl prior to or during the season. Whenever you lock in the bet, those are the odds you get no matter if the Bills Super Bowl odds go up or down throughout the season.

Moneyline Bets

Moneyline bets are bets on a team to win a game. Rather than betting on a future and having your money tied up for months, you can bet on the Bills to win a certain game and know if you win or lose your bet that week.

Prop Bets

Prop bets are becoming more and more popular, including for the Super Bowl. You can bet on whether the coin toss is head or tails, how long the national anthem is, who wins Super Bowl MVP and certain over/unders such as passing yards.

Point Spread

The point spread is a more common way to bet on NFL games, especially the Super Bowl. Instead of laying chalk like -200, sportsbooks will have a spread and the line will usually be -110. For example, if Buffalo is a -1.5-point favorite to beat the Jets, you need the Bills to win by 2 or more points for your bet to win. 

Bonus Bets

Bonus bets are a form of sportsbook credit as customers can place bets using the credit to win actual money. You can leverage them during the NFL offseason to place Super Bowl bets or season-long bets so your own money isn't tied up for that long.

Buffalo Bills Super Bowl History

The Buffalo Bills have never won the Super Bowl, but did make four straight Super Bowls. Buffalo played in 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994 but lost all four years.

The Bills became an NFL team in 1970 and have enjoyed Hall of Fame players such as Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas and Bruce Smith.

Have The Buffalo Bills Ever Won The Super Bowl?

No, the Bills have never won the Super Bowl, but they did make four straight appearances. In those four chances, Buffalo lost 20-19 to the Giants, 37-24 to the Redskins, 52-17 to the Cowboys and 30-13 to the Cowboys.

The Bills are one of 12 NFL teams that have never won the Super Bowl. Of those 12 teams, four never have made it to the Super Bowl.

How Many Super Bowls Have the Buffalo Bills Won?

The Bills have won zero Super Bowls and are 0-4 in the big game.

Which Years Did the Bills Go to the Super Bowl?

The Bills made it to the Super Bowl in 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994.

  • 🏈 Super Bowl XXV (1990-91): Lost to the New York Giants, 20-19
  • 🏈 Super Bowl XXVI (1991-92): Lost to the Washington Redskins (now Commanders), 37-24
  • 🏈 Super Bowl XXVII (1992-93): Lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 52-17
  • 🏈 Super Bowl XXVIII (1993-94): Lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 30-13

In their first Super Bowl appearance at the end of the 1990 season, Buffalo had a solid team, with nine players making the Pro Bowl. With DE Bruce Smith winning Defensive Player of the Year and QB Jim Kelly under center, the Bills went 13-3. Buffalo entered Super Bowl XXV as the betting favorite, before ultimately losing on a last-minute missed field goal now infamously known as "Wide Right."

The following season, the Bills went 13-3 again and featured a very similar team, led by Kelly and RB Thurman Thomas, who was named the 1991 NFL MVP and NFL Offensive Player of the Year. (Kelly finished second in MVP voting that season.)

In the 1992-93 season, Buffalo went 11-5 and finished second in the division behind the Miami Dolphins. Though Kelly missed the Bills first two playoff games, Buffalo still made it to the Super Bowl.

The Bills final year of the four-year stretch was in 1993-94 when Buffalo went 12-4 and had the best record in the AFC. The Bills kept the same key players for all four years but never could hoist the Lombardi Trophy.

How Many Times Have the Bills Been to the AFC Championship Game?

The Bills have been to the AFC Championship game six times and are 4-2 in those games.

  • 1988-89: Loss vs. Cincinnati Bengals, 21-10
  • 1990-91: Won vs. Oakland Raiders, 51-3
  • 1991-92: Won vs. Denver Broncos, 10-7
  • 1992-93: Won vs. Miami Dolphins, 29-10
  • 1993-94: Won vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 30-13
  • 2020-21: Loss vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 38-24

Preseason Bills Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000

Buffalo is less of a favorite than it was entering the 2022 season, while in 2021 Buffalo was +1100. Here's a look at the Bills' preseason odds from past years:

📆 2023-24Preseason Odds = +900
📆 2022-23Preseason Odds = +600
📆 2021-22Preseason Odds = +1100
📆 2020-21Preseason Odds = +3000
📆 2019-20Preseason Odds = +10000
📆 2018-19Preseason Odds = +30000
📆 2017-18Preseason Odds = +20000
📆 2016-17Preseason Odds = +6000
📆 2015-16Preseason Odds = +4000
📆 2014-15Preseason Odds = +6000
📆 2013-14Preseason Odds = +10000
📆 2012-13Preseason Odds = +6600
📆 2011-12Preseason Odds = +15000
📆 2010-11Preseason Odds = +15000
📆 2009-10Preseason Odds = +6600
📆 2008-09Preseason Odds = +5000
📆 2007-08Preseason Odds = +10000
📆 2006-07Preseason Odds = +10000
📆 2005-06Preseason Odds = +3000
📆 2004-05Preseason Odds = +4000
📆 2003-04Preseason Odds = +2000
📆 2002-03Preseason Odds = +4000
📆 2001-02Preseason Odds = +2200
📆 2000-01Preseason Odds = +2000
Data Last Verified by ExpertJune 6, 2024

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