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Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots NFL Betting Breakdown

Posted by: Anthony Yaylor
Kansas city Chiefs vs. New England Patriots NFL Betting Picks

NFL betting players looking for a matchup pitting two of the best teams in the NFL against one another need look no further than the Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots matchup. The Chiefs look like one of the dynamic teams in the NFL. Patrick Mahomes is arguably playing better than any other quarterback in the NFL and their defense is getting better each week. The Pats on the other hand, are always pegged as one of the best teams in the league. So, what do the sportsbook betting odds have to say about this matchup?

Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots – Sunday, October 14th              

When: 1:00 pm ET

Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

TV: Fox

Stream: Fox Sports Go, NFL Game Pass

NFL Wagering Online Odds:

Kansas City Chiefs +3½ (-110)        59 (-110)         +160

New England Patriots -3½ (-110)     59 (-110)         -185

Kansas City Chiefs 

The Chiefs are undefeated thus far into the season, proudly sporting their 5-0 record. Without a doubt, the Chiefs rank amongst one of the best teams in this year’s season. The most surprising aspect of their offense is Patrick Mahomes, who has thrown 14 touchdowns to just 2 interceptions. Mahomes professional start is the best of any quarterback. He was undoubtedly helped out by the 2017 season, which saw him sit out his rookie season and learn behind veteran Alex Smith. Obviously the move paid off since Mahomes has been one hell of a playmaker this season. Thanks to his efforts, Kansas City ranks no. 2 in the NFL in points scored per game. With Mahomes, Hunt and Hill, KC undoubtedly has one of the most stacked offenses in the NFL. We’ll have to see if Tom Brady & Co. can keep pace this Sunday.

Players to Watch: Patrick Mahomes (1,513 passing yards, 14 TD, 2 INT), Kareem Hunt (376 rushing yards, 4 TD, 0 F), and Tyreek Hill (425 receiving yards, 3 TD, 27 REC).   

New England Patriots

Most NFL wagering online pundits were questioning the Pats’ dominance after they posted back to back losses to the Jags and Lions. However, since then, New England has gone 0-2 pummeling the Dolphins 38-7 in Week 4 and triumphing over the Colts 38-24 in Week 5. Now New England looks to build on their AFC East lead by taking out one of the top dogs in the conference. Surprisingly, many bettors feel this will be the same matchup for the AFC Conference Championship. It would be certainly be interesting if that were true. And if that does pan out, then this Sunday’s matchup is to determine who gets the home field advantage in the playoffs. Considering how deadly Brady is at home in January, Kansas City better come out on top this Sunday.

Players to Watch: Tom Brady (1,259 passing yards, 12 TD, 6 INT), Sony Michel (294 rushing yards, 2 TD, 0 F), and Rob Gronkowski (308 receiving yards, 1 TD, 23 REC).

Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots Betting Predictions

Trends

  • The TOTAL has gone OVER in 6 of Kansas City’s last 8 games when playing on the road against New England
  • Kansas City is 1-6 SU in its last 7 games when playing on the road against New England
  • Kansas City is 4-2 ATS in its last 6 games when playing New England
  • The TOTAL has gone OVER in 6 of New England’s last 8 games when playing at home against Kansas City
  • New England is 10-1 SU in its last 11 games at home
  • New England is 9-2 ATS in its last 11 games at home
Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots Betting Picks

So which side should cell phone betting fans take in this Kansas City Chiefs vs. New England Patriots matchup? All things considered, the Chiefs might be the better option here. The Patriots have already been upset twice this season and the Chiefs are too potent to contain. Not to mention that Kansas City plays their best football early in the season while the opposite is true for New England. Sign up today to make your online betting prediction!

Score Prediction: 35-28 Kansas City.

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