Bills Being Disrespected by Week 14 Odds Against Steelers

Isaiah De Los Santos
The Buffalo Bills are being slept on their Week 14 odds against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Buffalo Bills are being slept on their Week 14 odds against the Pittsburgh Steelers. / Ralph Freso/Getty Images

The Buffalo Bills earned a dominating 34-24 win against the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night, boosting their record to 9-3. Buffalo currently sits atop the AFC East heading into a Week 14 clash against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

FanDuel Sportsbook has the Bills as 2.5-point favorites in that matchup, which is disrespectful to Buffalo given how well the team is currently clicking.

Yes, the Steelers are an impressive 11-1. But they're coming off of their first loss of the season in Week 13, and the team's flaws came out against the Washington Football Team. It's possible that Pittsburgh will enter Week 14 with hurt morale after losing their undefeated season, which makes them a prime opponent to beat up on.

The Bills have the offense to make the Steelers pay. Quarterback Josh Allen has taken another leap this season, currently placing fifth in passing yards (3,403) and tied for sixth in touchdowns (26), working his way into the MVP conversation.

Wideouts Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis have accounted for 12 total touchdowns, showing that they're an elite receiving corps even with John Brown on the shelf. Diggs, in particular, has helped Allen's production rise, with the receiver tied for first in receptions (90) and fifth in yards (1,037).

The Bills are close to punching their ticket to the playoffs, owning ones of the league's best records at 9-3. They will absolutely want to make a statement against a suddenly mortal Steelers team and prove they're worth of being considered a contender.

Nothing would make people take Buffalo seriously more than a big win in Week 14.

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