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Now at 5-1; the Road for the Bills Gets More Interesting in the Next Four Weeks

The Bills are the surprise team in the NFL thus far through through six games, as they sit one game back of the New England Patriots sitting at 5-1.

If you are into online Superbowl betting there are plenty of great spots where you can place some coin on the Bills as the season is still very, very young.

The Bills schedule is such where they don’t have many lapses, but trust me, people around the NFL are starting to take notice of the Bills.

The next four weeks for the Bills will be critical for a team that wants to keep making noise in the AFC East and also the AFC as a whole.

Here’s a quick look at the next four for the Bills as they look towards this weekend to get to 6-1.

Sunday, October 27th vs Philadelphia

The Eagles are just not a good team right now, but that’s no excuse for the Eagles to lay an egg against the Super Bowl champs from two years back.

Pressure Carson Wentz and make him uncomfortable. If you think that playing at home against the Eagles will be easy, remember at times they look like the best in the NFC. Just not as consistent as their fanbase would like.

Sunday, November 3rd vs Washington

The Redskins are still a major work in progress, and after they got their first win over the Dolphins two weeks back they came back to earth with a shutout home loss to the 49ers last Sunday.

The Bills defense should be able to control the tempo of this game, and with the way they’ve played the first six weeks, it could be a coming out party for the Bills D.

Sunday, November 10th at Cleveland

Maybe the most interesting game on the Bills slate this season, the Bills and their legion on fans will head to the Lakefront, set to take on a Browns team that many had bound for the postseason before they ever took the field.

Instead they are starring 2-5 in the face as they play at New England this weekend, but have been pointing at teams like the Bills to get on track against.

The Bills may have something to say on both sides of the ball against Cleveland.

Sunday, November 17th at Miami

The Fins (As we just saw Sunday), put up a solid fight against the Bills, but the Miami defense simply couldn’t hang and the Bills made enough big plays to get the job done.

Count this as another Bills win, but again, you have to be aware of the trap games, and this is the biggest one of them all.


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