Pro Football enthusiasts could not be happier as the 2014-15 NFL regular season action continues and this coming Sunday there will be a total of 14 football games throughout the day. The first clash of the day will be taking place at Ralph Wilson Stadium where the Bills welcome San Diego Chargers.
Buffalo´s 2014 preseason brought sadness to the Bills fans as the team lost four out of the five scheduled games. The Bills lost against NFL franchises like: the Giants, the Steelers, the Bucs and the Lions and only managed to pull one victory over Carolina Panthers.
As of September 7th, the Bills seemed to have gained back control and were able to achieve two consecutive wins over the Bears and the Dolphins, but there is definitely room for improvement. Last Sunday at a buoyant Ralph Wilson Stadium Buffalo thrashed the Dolphins 29-10 thanks to four sacks of Ryan Tannehill, two huge plays by running back C.J. Spiller (one of which was a 102-yard kickoff return touchdown).
NFL experts stated that is how the Bills are supposed to win this season with a solid defense, a running game and solid special teams. Here is a quick video on the latest Bills´action over the Dolphins: http://www.buffalobills.com/news/article-1/What-theyre-saying-about-the-undefeated-Bills/c4421696-b7a5-4770-bff4-03ecfa95aaff
Furthermore, there is news on a tentative agreement for the Buffalo Bills to be sold to Buffalo Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula for $1.4 billion.
On the other hand, San Diego Chargers 2014 preseason had its ups and downs just as the first two regular season games over the Cardinals and the Seahawks. The most recent news on the Chargers is related to Richard Sherman, click on this link for more details:
As per BettorsNet.com® Pay per Head online solution, these are the most updated betting odds on the clash between the Chargers and the Bills:
San Diego Chargers +1 44.5o
Buffalo Bills -1 44.5u
The second game on Sunday will be taking place at Lincoln Financial Field where the Philadelphia Eagles welcome the Washington Redskins. The Eagles winning streak adds up four consecutive victories over teams like: NY Jets, the Steelers, the Jaguars and their most recent win over the Colts.
The Eagles´tactics and strategies rely on their offense as the team wears out opposing defenses. The opponents get tired, confused, miss assignments and ultimately fail to defend plays. Here is a quick video on the Eagles´most recent action: http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/20140917_Eagles__defense_seems_to_be_learning_new_tricks.html
On Washington´s end, there is an uncertain future for the Redskins as their quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered a major injury, a dislocated left ankle that will take time to heal so meantime the Redskins picked Kirk Cousins as the at-least-temporary starter. This situation has arisen the question on whether Griffin may be most valuable to the franchise as a trade asset.
This NFL clash betting odds favorite the home team at:
Washington Redskins +7 50o
Philadelphia Eagles -7 50u
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