Bills Are Being Disrespected by 2020 NFL Season Win Total

By David Hayes
The Bills win total for 2020 NFL season has opened at a surprisingly low mark after a successful 2019 season in Buffalo.
The Bills win total for 2020 NFL season has opened at a surprisingly low mark after a successful 2019 season in Buffalo. / Christian Petersen/Getty Images

With NFL free agency in full swing and the Draft on the horizon, FanDuel Sportsbook has released the full list of projected NFL win totals to bet on ahead of the 2020 campaign.

Bills Win Total 2020

With plenty of teams to argue over at first glance, let's take a look at the Buffalo Bills, who appear to be nothing short of disrespected by an opening 2020 NFL season projected 8.5-win total.

Fresh off a 2019 season that saw second-year QB Josh Allen lead this franchise to its first double-digit win season in two decades (since 1999), the Buffalo Bills have arguably only improved on paper during this offseason.

Though, at a relatively hefty price compared to a deal that sent DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals for much less, the Bills secured their top WR weapon of choice by acquiring Stefon Diggs via trade from the Minnesota Vikings.

Having now addressed the WR issue that was evidently lacking in last year's run to 10 wins and an AFC Wild Card berth in the NFL Playoffs, the Bills appear to be well on their way to at least a similar 10-win finish this season as well.

Considering Buffalo would have to lose not one, but two more games than it did last season to fall under this 8.5-win mark just seems outrageous.

And with a fair amount of remaining cap space to spend this offseason, it's very possible that this roster gets even better by adding a weapon like RB Devonta Freeman to pair with Devin Singletary in the backfield.

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