There won’t be any Fitzmagic in Buffalo.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, who enjoyed some of the best seasons of his long career as quarterback of the Bills, remains out for the Washington Football Team. While there won’t be a homecoming for the QB, it means the magic show gets a chance to continue.
Heinicke and the Football Team, coming off Thursday’s thrilling 30-29 win over the New York Giants, head to Buffalo to take on the 1-1 Bills.
Heinicke’s next magic act will have to come against a Bills team that is fresh off a 35-0 rout of the Dolphins, during which the Buffalo defense held Miami to just 216 total yards while forcing three turnovers and totaling six sacks.
Washington vs. Bills Moneyline, Spread and Total
Line: Buffalo -9.5
Washington team total O/U: 18.5
Bills team total O/U: 28.5
The two teams meet almost 30 years after their Super Bowl matchup. And Washington hasn’t had much success against the Bills since.
Buffalo has won seven of their last eight meetings against Washington, dating back to 1993. Washington’s lone win during that stretch came in 2015 when Kirk Cousins threw for 319 yards and four touchdowns in a 35-25 win.
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Washington Football Team Props to Watch for Week 3
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Washington ATS Record and Game Results
The Washington Football Team has failed to cover the spread in each of its first two games this season.
The Football Team entered Week 1 as -2 favorites against the Chargers but lost by four points. Washington was -3.5 favorites when they hosted the Giants, but won by just one point on Dustin Hopkins’ 43-yard field goal as time expired.
Here are some other notable storylines from Week 2:
- WFT might have their QB in Taylor Heinicke
- Jonathan Allen has been Washington’s best defender
- Taylor Heinicke earns this bonus after each Washington win
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Washington Futures Odds Before Week 3
Washington to make the playoffs +190
Washington to win the NFC East +240 (second-best in the division)
Washington to win the Super Bowl +6600
You can also place futures bets on various Washington players to win season-long awards. Here are some of those odds:
Antonio Gibson to win Offensive Player of the Year +5000
Terry McLaurin to win Offensive Player of the Year +8000
Chase Young to win Defensive Player of the Year +1400
Jamin Davis to win Defensive Rookie of the Year +900
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