No one wants to bet against the Bills, who are favorites in every game of their 2022 season

The Bills will enter the 2022 NFL season as the heavy favorite to win Super Bowl 57. Thanks to elite players like Stefon Diggs, Von Miller, and, of course, real-life “Wreck-It-Ralph” doppelgänger Josh Allen, Buffalo is undoubtedly football’s best team on paper. If the Bills don’t make it to February’s Big Game, it might send a shockwave throughout the greater NFL world.

Oddsmakers around the betting sphere seem to agree. With their full 17-game, 2022 schedule finally revealed, the market has the Bills as the favorite … in each of their games. Yes, every single one, including road battles against other AFC heavyweights like the Ravens and Chiefs.

For context, the Bills were only underdogs in three of their games last season — in two respective road games vs. the Chiefs (one in the regular season, one in the playoffs), and the third in a visit to Tom Brady and Tampa Bay.

Now they’re the unquestioned Big Bad of the NFL, and I’m not as shocked as you are. Which, you shouldn’t be all that surprised either.

Believe me when I tell you this: It is a disappointment if Buffalo doesn’t win at least 13 games in the fall. They are a razor-sharp buzzsaw personified by a football team. They genuinely have no flaws. In all three phases. In all likelihood, they will only lose on a bad bounce.

If you handed the Bills that glorious silver trophy now named for a certain legendary coach, I personally would have no reservations about such a decision. Bet against Buffalo at your own risk.

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