The game of the day on the Sunday slate as the defending Super Bowl champions host the talented but inconsistent Buffalo Bills. Will TB12 extend his 32-3 winning record over Buffalo, or will Josh Allen and the offense bounce back and lead the Bills to a much-needed win? 

As both teams are inconsistent with the run game and very much built to throw the ball, It’s fair to expect this to be somewhat of a shoot-out between two QBs who have no trouble getting the ball downfield. Buffalo will be without star Cornerback Tre White, who has been ruled out for the year with a knee injury. Outside of Josh Allen, Tre White was the player Buffalo couldn’t afford to lose as their depth at Corner is somewhat underwhelming. His replacement Dane Jackson can expect to see his fair share of targets, but maybe more concerning for the Bills will be the matchup on the other side. Levi Wallace is now CB1 in Buffalo and will be tasked with covering Pro Bowl and future Hall of Fame receiver Mike Evans. Tre White is able to hold his own with a pass-catcher like Evans, but Wallace is known to struggle with big, physical receivers, of which Mike Evans certainly is. 

Mike Evans has 62 or more yards in eight of twelve outings this season, and up against Levi Wallace, I like him to once again surpass 60 receiving yards. 

Spread: Bills +3.5

Total: 54.0

Game Prediction: Buccaneers 31-30 Bills

Best Bet: Mike Evans over 61.5 receiving yards @ 10/11 with Bet365. [1]

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