NFL Playoffs: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills Betting Pick

by WagerHome Blog on January 19, 2024

The Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs are set to begin this weekend, but the biggest game is taking place on Sunday night. That is when the Kansas City Chiefs will visit the Buffalo Bills in what should be a terrific battle. 

There is going to be plenty of betting action throughout the rest of the NFL Playoffs, and that will be the case in this game as well. Instead of just trying to come up with your own top bets for this game, it’s time to start setting up your own PPH site. 

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Here is a quick look at this massive NFL Playoff game in which the Bills are slim 2.5-point betting favorites. 

Chiefs Looking for Upset

The Chiefs and Bills have been two of the best teams in the NFL for the last few seasons, and it’s no surprise that they are meeting up in the postseason again. Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen are also two of the best players in the sport, and each team can carry their teams. 

It was a strange season for the Chiefs as Mahomes and that offense failed to get things going throughout the season. Travis Kelce was still near 1,000 rushing yards, but much of the Kansas City attack came on the ground. 

Buffalo got off to a terrible start this season, but Josh Allen really turned things around to end the season. Allen had a long rushing touchdown in the Wild Card Round, and he can also make plays through the air. 

The weather could end up impacting this game a bit, but there will still be a chance to score some points in this matchup. Kansas City will have to prove that they can keep pace on the road, but the Chiefs also have a big weapon in their defense. 

This game is going to come down to the final few minutes, but you simply can’t go against Patrick Mahomes in the playoffs. Kansas City is going to pick up a big win over the Buffalo Bills in this matchup. 

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The NFL Playoffs will always be a popular betting option, and everything will really ramp up ahead of the Super Bowl. With the big game less than a month away, now is when you need to start setting up your PPH site. 

Don’t try to take on this task on your own, but instead use the tools provided from to make things easier. has a ton of experience in this space, and the website will also provide you guidance throughout the entire journey.

This is not a long process to get your PPH site up and running, and you will want to have things in place for the Super Bowl. Don’t delay and get your PPH site ready to go and start accepting bets on the rest of the NFL Playoffs. 

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With No Unbeatens Left, NFL Super Bowl Odds Shift

by WagerHome Blog on October 17, 2023

It’s not just that the NFL’s last two remaining unbeaten teams lost on Sunday. It’s how they lost, and who they lost to.

The San Francisco 49ers were seen as the class of the league this NFL season, steamrolling their opponents, including their biggest NFL game of the year, a 42-10 Week 5 win over the Cowboys. But this week, facing a backup quarterback in P.J. Walker, the Niners lost 19-17 and managed just 215 total yards.

The Eagles hadn’t been winning by the same margins as the 49ers, but they were winning with the same frequency. But then, on Sunday, they turned the ball over four times, including three interceptions by Jalen Hurts, and they lost to the Jets, 20-14.

Who remains worthy of your Super Bowl bet?

Current Odds to Win NFL Super Bowl LVIII

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+450)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+450)
  • Philadelphia Eagles (+750)
  • Buffalo Bills (+800)
  • Miami Dolphins (+1000)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+1100)
  • Detroit Lions (+1400)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+1600)

The Kansas City Chiefs now have the longest winning streak in the NFL at five games. They aren’t blowing people out offensively, but they are playing much better defense than in years past, and their margin for victory is actually higher than last year.

The 49ers are still a great team, and a bad game against really good defense doesn’t change that. And one bad game from Brock Purdy doesn’t undo all of the good games he’s played in San Francisco.

The Buffalo Bills remain as the fourth betting favorite, but they were just one yard away from losing to the hapless Giants at home, following up on their poor performance in London. This feels like an overpay, considering how poorly they have played the last two weeks.


The Dolphins have the best offense in the NFL, and even as they begin to take some nicks – rookie running back De’Von Achane is on IR – their explosiveness hasn’t changed. They scored the final 42 points in their blowout win over the Panthers this week.

The Detroit Lions at +1400 should feel disrespected. They beat the Chiefs straight up, albeit against a Chiefs team missing two All-Pros. But all of their other wins have come by double-digits, including this week’s 20-6 easy victory on the road at Tampa Bay. Detroit’s lone loss came in overtime against a good Seattle team.

The Lions have seen improving odds each week, thanks to their 5-1 record, but both the Bills and Cowboys have more losses than the Lions and really bad losses at that.

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NFL Week 15 Best Bets (Sponsored by

by WagerHome Blog on December 13, 2022

Four weeks remain in the NFL schedule, and only one team has officially punched its ticket for the postseason. The Eagles are that guaranteed postseason participant, while 28 other teams battle it out for the other 13 spots. Three teams, the Texans, Bears, and Broncos, have officially been eliminated.

There are a number of games with NFL playoff implications this week, and a number of them are worth betting on.

Miami Dolphins (+7.5) at Buffalo Bills

The final game of the Dolphins‘ three-game road trip is the most important game – a do-or-die meeting with the Bills. If Miami wants to win the division, they must win this game. Otherwise, they will be stuck at the bottom of the playoff hopefuls battling for a NFL Wild Card spot. That is more precarious for Miami now that they lost the tiebreaker with the Chargers.

Buffalo is doing what it needs to win each week, and they will get the win on Saturday at home. But, the Bills have covered in only two of their last seven games, and they won’t cover here. Take the points.

Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints (-4)

Sadly the Saints weren’t able to hold on to their lead over the Bucs in Week 13. Had New Orleans won that game, we would have a four-team tie for first place in the NFC South, setting us up for a crazy final month.

As it is, the Falcons are just a game behind the Bucs for the division, and they host the Bucs in Week 18. This week they are giving Desmond Ridder his first career start at quarterback, and what can we expect? We’re likely going to see a more experienced Saints team get the win and get the cover.

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Tennessee Titans (+3) at Los Angeles Chargers

Three straight losses for the Titans has taken their sure AFC South title and put it in doubt. Their lead in the division is just two NFL games, and every win matters at this point, especially with Dallas still on the schedule and Jacksonville to end the year.

The Chargers are in need of the win too, but they will not be able to handle Derrick Henry to make it happen. The Titans will get the win.

New York Giants at Washington Commanders (-4.5)

The last time the Commanders played they were tying the Giants. The last time the Giants played they were getting worked over by the Eagles. For Washington, the bye week and the extra attention they were able to pay to correcting their mistakes in NFL Week 13 will make the difference here.

New York is more banged up, they haven’t won in a month, and they won’t win. Give the points and take the Commanders.

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Betting Odds to Win Super Bowl LVII

by WagerHome Blog on February 16, 2022

The NFL has become a 12-month a year league, and so has NFL betting. No matter what time of year it is, and no matter how far away the next scheduled game is (or like now when we don’t even have a schedule), there are NFL bets to play.

Right now, the big bet is, of course, the winner of the next year’s Super Bowl, scheduled to be played in Glendale, Arizona, on February 12, 2023.

Favorites to Win Super Bowl LVII

  • Kansas City Chiefs (+750)
  • Buffalo Bills (+750)
  • Los Angeles Rams (+1000)
  • Dallas Cowboys (+1400)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+1400)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+1400)
  • Green Bay Packers (+1600)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+2000)
  • Denver Broncos (+2000)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+2200)
  • Tennessee Titans (+2200)

The Bills-Chiefs divisional round game in Kansas City was the best game of the 2021 postseason, and not surprisingly, with Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen at the height of their powers, these are the two teams deemed most likely to win next year’s Super Bowl.

The defending champion Los Angeles Rams are next at +1000, and the top-rated team in the NFC. Question marks with Odell Beckham, Jr., Aaron Donald, Von Miller, and Sean McVay are likely the reason they aren’t higher. Plus, they play in a division with the 49ers, who are one of three teams tied for fourth-most likely to win the Super Bowl.

Joining San Francisco at +1400 is the defending AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals, as well as the Dak Prescott-led Dallas Cowboys.

One thing the Chiefs, Bills, Rams, Bengals, and Cowboys all have in common is a settled franchise quarterback. The Niners are the highest-ranked team without that luxury, and it’s also where the Packers find themselves at +1600. If Jordan Love is their quarterback in 2022, those odds should go way up.

Also of note, the Ravens should be healthy next season, and +2000 might be great value. And the Titans, with a healthy Derrick Henry, might also be a great play at +2200.

Betting Odds to Win Super Bowl LVII

Fallen Playoff Teams

Notably off the favorites board are three teams coming off playoff appearances.

The Eagles are at +4000, which is probably a reflection of being in the Cowboys’ shadow, plus continued doubts about Jalen Hurts.

No more Ben Roethlisberger has cratered the Steelers outlook. They are paying just +5000 to win next year’s Super Bowl. It doesn’t help that they play the Bengals and Ravens twice.

And what’s happened to the Raiders? They were a play away from beating the Bengals in the AFC playoffs and don’t expect a major roster turnover, yet they too are only listed at +5000. If you’re looking for a good value bet, this is it.

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NFL Week 14 Betting Picks

by WagerHome Blog on December 7, 2021

In Week 13, three AFC teams with playoff hopes lost winnable games at home. The shocking result in the NFC was the Detroit Lions getting their first win against the playoff-hopeful Vikings. So what is going to happen in NFL Week 14?

Baltimore Ravens (+2.5) at Cleveland Browns

Yes, the Ravens are coming off a loss at Pittsburgh. Yes, they just lost corner Marlon Humphrey for the season. And yes, Lamar Jackson has the second-most interceptions in the NFL with 13.

But the Browns continue to be one of the most injured teams in the NFL, and no one is sure just how long Baker Mayfield can hold up physically. And these teams just played each other in Week 12, and the Ravens won the game, even with four Jackson interceptions.

Chances of another four interceptions coming gift-wrapped for Cleveland are long, and if the Browns couldn’t win then, why should they be favorites now?

Take the points.

New Orleans Saints at New York Jets (+6)

The Jets lost again last week because they are the Jets, but Zach Wilson wasn’t all that bad. It was easily his best game in two months, and it gives New York fans a little hope that this season isn’t a total loss.

The Saints, on the other hand, have to look at 2021 as a total loss. Injuries have killed them, and having no real or clear plan for quarterback succession has left them with a five-game losing streak.

We finally got to see Taysom Hill at QB, and while it started well, it ended rather poorly. His injured finger doesn’t require surgery, but how can New Orleans be almost a touchdown favorite?

The Saints are bad, Hill isn’t healthy, and all other options are horrible. Take the Jets and the points.

Buffalo Bills at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3)

These are tough times for the Buffalo Bills. The Patriots were supposed to be rebuilding, and the Bills were supposed to be a Super Bowl contender. But on Monday, the Patriots got a big leg up on the race for the AFC East by winning in the snow and wind of Buffalo.

Now, when you face a must-win game to keep pace in the division race, you’re facing the biggest of all thorns in your side, Tom Brady.

The Bills are reeling, and the Buccaneers are rolling. Buffalo is missing their best defensive back, Tre’Davious White, and Brady is playing like the MVP favorite, which he is.

Tampa Bay has won three straight, Buffalo has lost two of three, and the Bucs win this game by at least a touchdown.

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AFC Championship Game Betting Preview

by WagerHome Blog on January 19, 2021

While Sunday’s NFC Championship Game is a tribute to the last generation of great quarterbacks, this year’s AFC Championship Game is a celebration of the quarterbacks that will lead the NFL for the next decade. It will be the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes hosting the No. 2 seeded Buffalo Bills and Josh Allen.

The Line: Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs (-3)

These teams met in Week 6 in Buffalo, and it was a grind-it-out win for the Chiefs. Rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire ran for a season-high 161 yards that night, and Allen was held to just 122 yards passing.

Allen has been terrific ever since, and Edwards-Helaire hasn’t played in a month, so this game should be much closer than the nine-point Kansas City win in October.

Buffalo Bills

This season, the Bills ended the New England Patriots’ stranglehold on the AFC East. Then the Bills ended their own 25-year playoff victory drought.

Now they are trying to return to the Super Bowl for the first time since they lost to the Cowboys in Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994.

The Bills have the NFL’s receiving champion in Stefon Diggs and a quarterback in Allen who solidified himself as one of the rising stars in the league. The Buffalo defense just held the Ravens to three points in the divisional round, and the Bills have won eight straight games.

If anyone can dethrone the defending Super Bowl champions, it’s the Bills. They will move the ball against Kansas City better than they did in the regular-season meeting, and their run defense has also improved since then.

But if the Bills are to pull the upset, they will need to force Mahomes into committing at least one big mistake.

Kansas City Chiefs

The collective hearts of Chiefs fans dropped into their shoes when Mahomes left the divisional round game against the Browns with what looked like a concussion. Now the injury is a little less clear, with some reports calling it a tweaked nerve in the neck that caused him to lose consciousness.

Whatever the case, the Chiefs organization feels confident that he will play on Sunday.

AFC Championship Game

As for the rest of the offense, there is also optimism that Edwards-Helaire will return from ankle and hip injuries that he suffered against the Saints.

Wide receiver Sammy Watkins also has a chance to return from the calf injury he suffered in Week 16 against the Falcons. He was huge in the playoffs last year for Kansas City and would be a big boost to its quest to repeat as Super Bowl champion.

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