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The spread for this contest between a pair of winning teams still has a lopsided quality to it, although it didn’t start out that way. Buffalo was initially installed as just a 3.5-point favorite and actually saw a dip to 3 points shortly thereafter. Following Week 5 outcomes, however, which included a very high-profile nationally televised road win for the Bills over the Chiefs – the number began to shoot up. It steadily climbed until getting as high as 6 points before dipping down slightly to 5.5 going into the weekend. It is now Buffalo .
Meanwhile, the total has had a lot more of a roller-coaster trajectory thus far. It opened a robust 53.5 points, a figure the public quickly bet up to 54 early in the week. The number has since toggled between 53 and 54 – with some stops at 53.5 – over the subsequent days. It is currently set at points. The combination of the Bills’ powerful offense, which was on prominent display in the aforementioned shootout win over KC, and the Titans’ questionable defense certainly seems to be the driving force behind keeping this number plump.
- The Bills are 4-1 (80.0 percent) against the spread this season, including 2-0 as a road team and 3-1 in conference games. The Over is 2-3 in Buffalo’s games this season, including 1-1 in its away contests and 1-3 in its conference games.
- The Titans are 3-2 (60.0 percent) against the spread this season, including 1-1 as a home team and 2-1 (66.7 percent) in AFC matchups. The Over is 3-2 (60.0 percent) in Tennessee’s games this season, including 0-2 in its home games and 2-1 (66.7 percent) in its games against conference opponents.