Bills vs Browns by Glittering11

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This Sunday at the New Era Field the Buffalo Bills (6-7) and Cleveland Browns (0-13) showdown for week 15 of the NFL regular season. According to the bookmakers the Bills is wide favorite in the clash.




The Bills came from good performances until they faced the Pittsburgh Steelers last week and simply played poorly. They gave Le'Veon Bell one of the best ground performances in NFL history and the Buffalo offense did not do much. The team urgently needs a win if they want to get through week 17 with qualifying chances for the postseason. Speaking week 17, in the last round the team plays as a visitor, so it is of the utmost importance that they can win those matches at the New Era Field.




Another regular-season week, one more loss to Cleveland. This week's novel at Browns was the return of QB Robert Griffin III to the starting position. The player faced the Cincinnati Bengals and was horrible, throwing interceptions and recording the 13th defeat of his team in 13 matches. Particularly I no longer expect that there will be some victory of this team this season, they can not perform well and are far from competitive football.


As I said, I do not expect Browns win yet this season. They play apathetically and as visitors things always tend to get worse. Bills needs to be forced to win this match if he wants to keep his chances of playing in the playoffs alive and coach Rex Ryan knows his job may be depending on that game. Bet the handicap for the home team, hoping that they will achieve a quiet victory this Sunday.

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Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
1 -8 Bet365 1.70 8 33-13 WON (+5.6 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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