Week 11 Bills vs. Patriots Free Monday Night Football Picks

David Lawrence

Monday, November 23, 2015 11:28 AM UTC

Monday, Nov. 23, 2015 11:28 AM UTC

Patriots dropped 40 points on the Bills on the road in Week 2. Now the Bills head to New England on Monday night with the Patriots looking to get to 10-0.  Review the NFL odds with us for MNF!

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Bills Score First +145 (best line at 5Dimes)
Patriots Score First -150 (best line at SportsBetting)
Longest TD 42½ Ov -115 (best line at Bovada)
Longest TD 47½ Un -125 (best at BetOnline)
Total Field Goal 3½ +120 (best line BetOnline)
Total Field Goals 3½ -135 (best line at 5Dimes)
1st Score TD -160  (best line at Bovada)
FG or Safety +170  (best line at SportsBetting)

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Open: -7.5 -105
at Pinnacle
This NFL odds opened at -7.5 for the Patriots at home and has bounced back and forth between -7 and -7.5, where it sits as of Thursday. The Bills are coming off a huge win on the road against the New York Jets, Ryan's former team, and it was very emotional for the coach. The Patriots didn't play their best game after destroying teams for most of the season, but they pulled out a win on the road against the New York Giants. That is what championship teams do: they win when they probably don't deserve to. Combine that with the history between Ryan and the Patriots, but it backfired in Week 2, and that was at home. The Patriots won't take their foot off the gas on Monday Night Football.

Bills vs. Patriots Spread

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Bills vs. Patriots Totals

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Bills vs. Patriots Money Line

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The Bills don't have any new major injuries to report. They were hoping that DT Kyle Williams would be able to return from a knee injury that has kept him on the sideline since Week 6, but they don't think he'll be ready. But after dealing with a slew of injuries, the Bills seem to be pretty healthy.

One week after losing RB Dion Lewis to a season-ending knee injury, the Patriots lost WR Julian Edeman to a foot injury. They're hoping he can be back for the playoffs, but he definitely won't be back this week. However, it's the Patriots, which means next man up and no coach in the league is better at this than Bill Belichick. Elsewhere, LB Jamie Collins has an illness that has him listed as questionable, while WR Keshawn Martin is also questionable with a hamstring injury. 


The Bills are 5-4 ATS this season, and they've covered in three of their four road games. The Patriots are 5-2-2 ATS, and they're 3-0-2 ATS at home. The total opened at 49.5 and has moved down to 48, and both teams have gone over five times this season.

The Patriots have dominated this AFC East matchup recently, going 8-2 SU and 6-4 ATS in their last 10 meetings with the Bills. At home, New England is 9-1 SU in their last 10 games with the Bills, who have covered in six of those games.

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