Bills not worried about being underdogs Vs. Vikings

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Buffalo Bills’ Zay Jones during the second half of an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Adrian Kraus)

After their 0-2 start to the season, outside of the 53 guys in the Bills’ locker room, nobody is really giving Buffalo a chance in Minnesota on Sunday.

The Bills opened the week as 16.5 point underdogs ahead of their showdown with the Vikings.

According to ESPN Stats and Info, teams favored by 16.5 points have won 33 straight games.

The last 16.5 point underdog to get a win? The Dallas Cowboys in 1995.

Last season the Bills stunned the Falcons in Atlanta 23-17. Is that something they can draw from and use? Do they even care about point spread or odds?

“We were never favored in any game that I can remember,” cornerback Tre’Davious White told reporters on Wednesday.  “So, it’s sort of the norm but we’re just gonna try and take it one game at a time, and in this league anybody can be beat, and we’re gonna go into Sunday thinking that we’ll win.”

“No, I don’t care,” added wide receiver Zay Jones.  “I mean I never cared in high school, college or the league. Rankings, picks — that stuff doesn’t phase me.”

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