Buffalo Bills Schedule

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The Buffalo Bills are coming off yet another disappointing 2012 campaign. They once again got off to a decent start for a second straight year, opening 2-1 with double-digit wins over the Chiefs and Browns. However, it would be all downhill from there as they would stumble to a 6-10 finish.

Buffalo has one of the longest playoff droughts in the NFL going right now. It hasn’t been to the playoffs since the 1999 season, which is something it is certainly looking to change this year. It has decided to part ways with Ryan Fitzpatrick as the quarterback position hasn’t been steady since Jim Kelly was wearing a Bills’ uniform. Now, it’s up to either rookie E.J. Manuel or Kevin Kolb to right the ship.

The Bills have a good chance to be one of the most improved teams in the league in 2013. That’s because they have drawn the seventh-easiest schedule in the league. Their opponents combined to go 121-135 last season for a 47.3 winning percentage. However, they are only projected to be favored in five games this year. I look for Buffalo to overachieve and finish closer to .500 this season to eclipse its six-win total from a year ago.

Buffalo Bills 2013 Schedule

Week 1 - Sunday, September 8 vs New England Patriots (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +7

Week 2 – Sunday, September 15 vs Carolina Panthers (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +1

Week 3 – Sunday, September 22 @ New York Jets (4:05 ET)
Projected Line: +3.5

Week 4 – Sunday, September 29 vs Baltimore Ravens (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +4

Week 5 – Thursday, October 3 @ Cleveland Browns (8:25 ET)
Projected Line: +1.5

Week 6 – Sunday, October 13 vs Cincinnati Bengals (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: -2.5

Week 7 – Sunday, October 20 @ Miami Dolphins (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +4

Week 8 – Sunday, October 27 @ New Orleans Saints (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +6.5

Week 9 – Sunday, November 3 vs Kansas City Chiefs (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: -1.5

Week 10 – Sunday, November 10 @ Pittsburgh Steelers (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +7

Week 11 – Sunday, November 17 vs New York Jets (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: -1.5

Week 12 – BYE WEEK

Week 13 – Sunday, December 1 vs Atlanta Falcons (4:05 ET)
Projected Line: +3

Week 14 – Sunday, December 8 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +3

Week 15 – Sunday, December 15 @ Jacksonville Jaguars (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: -1

Week 16 – Sunday, December 22 vs Miami Dolphins (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: PK

Week 17 – Sunday, December 29 @ New England Patriots (1:00 ET)
Projected Line: +10

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