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Washington vs. Buffalo,
11/03/2019 13:00 EDT,
Score: 9 - 24
Total: -110/+36 Over
8* Over Redskins/Bills (1:00 ET): Buffalo's defense, which held Tom Brady and New England to just 16 pts and 224 total yards, has taken a bit of a hit the past two weeks. First it was winless Miami hanging 21 points on them in a surprisingly close game. Last week, the bubble finally burst as the Eagles came in and ran wild, for 218 yds over land, en route to winning 31-13. Previous to those last two efforts, the Bills had not allowed more than 17 points to any opponent and all five games stayed Under. While this week's opponent (Washington) is not a particularly strong outfit, the last 2 weeks have at least shown us the Bills' defense is far from invincible. Take the Over here.
Washington started the year w/ three straight Overs, but the Under has since gone 5-0. The biggest problem is obviously an offense which is averaging 12.4 PPG, third fewest in the league right now. Those L5 games have truly been dismal efforts when the Redskins have the football as they've scored a grand total of 36, almost half of those coming in the team's lone win, which was over Miami. Since that win, the offense has not scored a single TD. QB Case Keenum is injured, so now rookie Dwayne Haskins will make his first career start. While Haskins has looked far from great in limited appearances, he does represent somewhat of a "Wild Card" element to this week's game.
Something I do fully anticipate in this game is the Redskins' defense regressing. After giving up 30+ pts in four of the first five games, they've allowed less than 15 PPG the L3 and just three TD's. That sort of sounds impressive, especially when you consider they've faced both the 49ers and Vikings. But that 49ers' game was decimated by rain and the Vikings, despite scoring only 19 points, gained 434 yards on 6.5 per play. There were a total of five 10+ play drives that ended in FG's in that Vikings game. Miami scoring 16 pts on the Redskins was actually above their season average. I expect Buffalo's offense to have a big game here and there's hope for Washington's too as both teams can run the ball well against defenses that appear vulnerable. The Over is still 20-8 the Bills' last 28 home games and this is a low number. 8* Over Redskins/Bills