NFL Game Analysis – 3 Reasons to Bet on Buffalo (+6) In Week 2

The 2008 season has had a surprising beginning for 2 groups playing this approaching end of the week: the Jacksonville Panthers and the Bison Bills. The Bills, obviously, destroyed the Seahawks in their opener at home in what the wagering public saw as shot in the dark versus the spread going into the game.

Jacksonville, then again, ended up being a significant disillusionment in their most memorable game, tumbling to the Titans 17-10 regardless of being a 3 point #1 out and about.

All in all, will the football universe play game right itself in Week 2? Will the Panthers recapture their season finisher structure from 2007 and uncover the Bills to be an early-season actor in the fight for the unexpectedly completely open AFC-East crown? Not so quick I say, there are various patterns at play in this game that appears to incline toward a continuation of what we found in Week 1.

Reason #1

This pattern is really essential, at the same time, it’s a reality: groups falling off a major SU win (of > 21 focuses) in Week 1 are an explosive 22-12 ATS in Week 2 and were 2-1 ATS in 2007. At the point when a group begins the season on a roll, their energy normally proceeds, in some measure through Week 2 at any rate.

Reason #2

The second explanation the Bills look very great this week emerges from a circumstance inclining toward groups falling off a terrible to-unremarkable season, that likewise set up some respectable hurrying numbers in Week 1 or Week 2 of the accompanying effort.

This is how things have been: Starting around 1994, Street Favs (or Street Canines of 100 yards in their past game, are a rankling 68-20 ATS versus the number.

It’s appears to be certain that groups in this present circumstance have made a few clear enhancements, at the same time, are without a doubt actually being underestimated by a distrustful wagering public setting a lot of stock in their exhibition from last season.

Reason #3

I addressed hurrying yardage above and here is another pattern that likewise depends vigorously in how well a group is at present running the ball.

Here are the subtleties:

Groups with a Major Rush% For (BRY%F) > half and a Play Book Execution Punishment Against (PBEPA) Normal