Bills Super Bowl Odds in 2016: 30-1

The Buffalo Bills are getting respect from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook.

The Buffalo Bills won't be playing in Super Bowl 50, but the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook gave Buffalo respectable odds to win Super Bowl LI next year. Currently, the Bills have 30-1 odds from the Westgate, which is tied for 13th-best in the NFL.

Buffalo's 30-1 shot of winning the Super Bowl are the same odds given to the NY Jets and Baltimore Ravens. In the AFC East, Buffalo and New York have better odds than the Miami Dolphins (50-1) but the New England Patriots, rightfully so, have the best odds in the division at 8-1.

The Bills finished their first season under Rex Ryan with an 8-8 record. Overall, it was a disappointing year as the team entered with playoff aspirations but the Bills dealt with injuries throughout the season. Tyrod Taylor, LeSean McCoy, Sammy Watkins, Charles Clay, Kyle Williams, Nigel Bradham and Stephon Gilmore are just a few of the key contributors that missed time on the field in 2015. If the Bills find a way to stay healthy next year, it's very possible that Buffalo can raise their win total to 10 or 11 games.

It'll be interesting to revisit Buffalo's odds after free agency and the 2016 NFL draft. As it stands now, the team is being given plenty of respect from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. 

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