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Broncos at Bills for MNF: Preview and Free Pick

Last Updated on November 10, 2023 7:34 pm by Erwin Noguera

The Buffalo Bills enter the tenth week of the NFL regular season as candidates to qualify for the Playoffs and must now play against a weak team like the Denver Broncos. 

Buffalo is coming off a 24-18 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, which puts them in second place in their division. 

Denver achieved an unthinkable victory last time out, beating the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs 24-9.


Monday, November 13 at 8:15 pm ET in Highmark Stadium 

Moneyline odds: 

Bills -345 

Broncos +320

Where Can I Watch?  

NFL on DAZN and CBS  

Why Bet on the Bills?

The Buffalo Bills are having an interesting regular season, which has them dreaming about qualifying for the Playoffs. 

However, in their last game, they lost 24-18 to the Cincinnati Bengals, with a not-so-outstanding night for their quarterback Josh Allen, who finished with 26 of 38 passes, 258 yards, and an assist for a touchdown, but he was victim to an interception.

Allen was also the player with the most carries, getting eight and going 44 yards, to James Cook’s six and Latavius Murray’s two. 

Dalton Kincaid completed 10 receptions, while Stefon Diggs scored on one occasion, advancing 86 yards. 

But what was most worrisome about that game was the role of the defense, as opposing quarterback Joe Burrow did whatever he wanted, going 31 of 44 passing, 348 yards and serving for two touchdowns. He did not lose the ball on any occasion. 

The Bills have good tools but need more understanding from their defense since they are in an even division with only one weak rival, the New England Patriots. 

Several players are in doubt: Baylon Spector, AJ Klein, Terrel Bernard, Christian Benford, and Micah Hyde.

Why Bet on the Broncos?

The Denver Broncos have been far from expectations, as they are last in the West Division with a 3-5 record. 

However, they achieved an unthinkable victory in their last performance, beating the Kansas City Chiefs 24-9, where their greatest merit was controlling the best quarterback in the league, Patrick Mahomes. 

The QB lost the ball twice and didn’t contribute to a touchdown, so his 240 yards gained were of little use. This was the game in which Kansas scored the fewest points in the campaign. 

Ja’Quan McMillian and Justin Simmons were in charge of controlling Mahomes. Meanwhile, Russell Wilson contributed 114 yards and three touchdown passes, which were picked off by Jerry Jeudy, Courtland Sutton, and Javonte Williams. 

It is difficult for the Broncos to repeat a performance of this level, which leads to distrust of what will be the end of the regular season for Sean Payton’s team, which could be satisfied with improving sensations and analyzing the roster to improve in 2024. 

Beyond the injuries to Brandon Johnson and K’Waun Williams, the Broncos have their roster available to visit the Bills.

Final Betting Analysis: Bills vs. Broncos 

The Buffalo Bills are a better team than the Denver Broncos despite coming off a loss to the Bengals. The win will go to the home team. 

The numbers at have the Bills as favorites, with a Moneyline of -345. Meanwhile, the Broncos have +320. 

The last duel between these two franchises was in 2020 when Buffalo gave a 48-19 thrashing to Denver. 

Go for a win in the Bills’ Moneyline. If you bet $100 at -345, you will gain $28 for a total payout of $128. 

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