The 2014 Hall-Of-Fame Game will feature an AFC vs NFC battle between New York and Buffalo at 8 PM ET. 2014 Hall-Of-Fame Game Betting Odds have the Buffalo Bills -3 on the point spread with 62% of Hall-Of-Fame-Game Picks on Buffalo. New York and head coach Tom Coughlin are expected to win 8.0 games according to expert NFL predictions linesmakers. Buffalo’s win total is expected to be better than last year at 6.5 Wins. Our Hall-Of-Fame Game picks experts broke down the sides. 2014 Hall-Of-Fame Game point-spread is Buffalo -3 with increased -115 juice on Buf at Carbon Sports
About The Bills: The Bills have talent with one of the better defenses for new coordinator Schwartz to work with. Playmakers at the skill positions with two good running backs and a potential gamebreaker in 1st round WR Sammy Watkins. QB depth is decent with backup Thad Lewis outplaying E.J.Manuel starter in five starts. Backing up Lewis is scrambler Dennis Dixon and unproven pocket-passer Jeff Tuel. 2014 Hall-Of-Fame Game Betting Odds Total is at 36.5 points
About The Giants: The Giants are expecting to make another run at the Super Bowl after a dismal 7-9 campaign. The offensive-line was the Achilles heal of NY last year and should be watched closely with four veteran starters added via free-agency. The defense should feature one of the best secondaries in the league and an All-Pro LB in Jon Beason. Quarterback depth features former NFL starter Josh Freeman, strong-armed Curtis Painter and unproven but bright Ryan Nassib.
Hall Of Fame Game Expert Predictions: Super sized Bills QB E.J. Manuel disappointed as a 1st round rookie and could get some playing time. Bills head coach Mike Marrone has something to prove and needs a win to keep his seat cooler. The G-men have the slight edge with their QB depth but Buffalo may play their #2’s a bit longer. Play the Bills on a 1.0 unit flier bet.
Hall Of Fame Game Expert Picks: Buffalo -3 (1.0 Unit) at at Carbon Sports