NFL Football Week 1: Colts vs. Bills Price per Head Projections

Price per HeadThe Indianapolis Colts and the Buffalo Bills will face off in the first week of NFL football. The majority of price per head sports betting fans will agree that once last season ended, the Colts instantly became one of the teams expected to contend for a trip to the Super Bowl. Andrew Luck had a fantastic season and this season was expected to be the year when he would take the Indianapolis to the big game. So far the hype around the Colts have quieted down a bit, however they are still one of the top teams in the NFL. The eyes of world will be on the Colts’ first game.

They will not have an easy game on their hands, The Bills are no longer the mediocre team of past seasons and with Coach Rex Ryan, they are a legitimate threat to make a splash this season in the NFL. They have a good defense unit that has earned the respect as one of the toughest on the league. Their offense might still be a work in progress, their starting QB will be Tyrod Taylor a third-year player coming from the Baltimore Ravens, where he was Joe Flacco’s backup. Price per head sport betting trends will probably not place a lot of hopes on the Bills offense, despite the presence of LeSean McCoy.

The prices per head sports betting favorites are the Indianapolis Colts, due to their offensive power. However there are several other questions surrounding them specially on the defensive side. They still have to find the formula to take them to the next level. If the Colts manage to solve their defensive woes, they will be one of the teams to beat in the NFL. On offense, they are one of the league’s elite teams, and for this game they are expected to pick up where they left off last season.

It would take some odd circumstances for the Bills to win this game, they will become one of the better teams in the NFL, and maybe even find themselves fighting for a Wild Card spot, but the Colts are bound for greatness. Live betting fans should expect them to have an improved offense that will help carry them while they fix their defensive worries. If the Colts want to take this game and send a message to the league, expect them to truly have their offense try to make a statement. This game is going to end up 28 to 14.