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Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs 11/03/2019 Odds, Previews and Picks

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Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs 11-03-2019 Odds Previews and Picks

Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs 11/03/2019 – The Minnesota Vikings (6-2) are locking horns with the Kansas City Chiefs (5-3). Both teams are reeling from the loss of key players. BetNow has placed Minnesota on the -3.5 line with an over/under of 47. Chiefs defense isn’t faring that much better even with backup Matt Moore online. Meanwhile, the Chiefs are uneasy with the non-attendance of MVP Patrick Mahomes.

Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs 11/03/2019

When: Sunday, November 03, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
Where: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
Stream: NFL Live Stream

Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs 11/03/2019

Vikings -3.5 (+100) 47 o(-110) -172
Chiefs +3.5 (-123) 47 u(-110) +140
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Minnesota Vikings

The Vikings had just come off from an ego-boosting game versus the Washington Redskins. They ended the game with a 19-9 scoreboard. QB Kirk Cousins was 23/26 and passed 285 critical yards. He didn’t manage to throw in any touchdowns, however. Dalvin Cook joined the shootout by carrying the ball 23 times. His longest run of 11 yards earned him a secure touchdown. 

Stefon Diggs received the ball 7 times, contributing an impressive 143 yards. The Vikings were balanced in rushing in throwing. They only rushed 38 out of 67 plays. Their efforts earned them a total of 435 yards as compared to their opponents’ lackluster 216 yards. There were also 2 forced turnovers thanks to the defensive end. It was a relatively easy game for the Vikings, so it’s understandable why they allowed 71% throw completion rate for their opponents.

While enjoying better statistics than their upcoming opponent, the Vikings should not let up with their shoot ’em-up offense. They can use additional defense tactics though, as their opponent will surely not take the next game sitting down.

Players to watch: Kirk Cousins QB 8 GP 155 CMP 215 ATT 72.1 CMP% 1997 YDS 9.3 AVG 254.5 YDS/G 66 LNG 13 TD 3 INT 15 SACK ;  Dalvin Cook RB 8 GP 156 ATT 823 YDS 5.3 AVG 75 LNG 6 BIG 9 TDS 102.9 YDS/G 2 FUM 1 LST 40 FD ; Alexander Mattison RB 8 GP 68 ATT 331 YDS 4.9 AVG 35 LNG 4 BIG 1 TDS 41.4 YDS/G 1 FUM 1 LST 14 FD ;  Stefon Diggs WR 8 GP 37 REC 49 TGTS 706 YDS 19.1 AVG 4 TD 66 LNG 13 BIG 88.3 YDS/G 4 FUM 3 LST ; Adam Thielen WR 7 GP 27 REC 40 TGTS 391 YDS 14.5 AVG 6 TD 44 LNG 8 BIG 55.9 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs reeled from a 31-24 endgame loss versus the Green Bay Packers. QB Matt Moore tried his best with a 24/36 effort at 267 air yards. He threw two touchdowns, a bright spot despite the loss. LeSean McCoy ran 40 yards by carrying the ball 9 times. Tyreek Hill, meanwhile, led the receivers’ end by catching the ball 6 times. 

The Chiefs were running in 20 out of 58 plays. It’s obvious they preferred throwing the ball as opposed to bludgeoning against their opponents’ solid defense line. Their defense had holes, as evidenced by their opponents’ 70% completion rate. The team managed to negotiate 337 yards, but they allowed the opponent to gain 374 yards. 

The Kansas City Chiefs terribly lack offensive capabilities. They could have taken their previous matchup if they had additional fuel left in their offense tank. They have tried to improve their rush and pass defense, but it fell short during their previous matchup. There can be no mistakes in the upcoming matchup since they are up against a strong contender.

Players to watch: Patrick Mahomes QB 7 GP 157 CMP 241 ATT 65.1 CMP% 2180 YDS 9 AVG 323.1 YDS/G 83 LNG 15 TD 1 INT 8 SACK ;  LeSean McCoy RB 8 GP 69 ATT 362 YDS 5.2 AVG 39 LNG 4 BIG 2 TDS 45.3 YDS/G 1 FUM 1 LST 18 FD ; Damien Williams RB 6 GP 48 ATT 100 YDS 2.1 AVG 9 LNG 0 BIG 2 TDS 16.7 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 8 FD ;  Travis Kelce TE 8 GP 42 REC 65 TGTS 604 YDS 14.4 AVG 2 TD 42 LNG 8 BIG 75.5 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST ; Sammy Watkins WR 6 GP 28 REC 46 TGTS 410 YDS 14.6 AVG 3 TD 68 LNG 7 BIG 68.3 YDS/G 2 FUM 1 LST

Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs Betting Numbers


Minnesota Vikings

Vikings are 4-2 ATS in their last 6 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 10 of Minnesota’s last 14 games.
Minnesota is 5-1 SU in their last 6 games.
Vikings are 3-6 SU in their last 9 games against Kansas City.
The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Minnesota’s last 7 games on the road.

Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games.
The total has gone OVER in 11 of Kansas City’s last 16 games.
Kansas City is 13-7 SU in its last 20 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Kansas City’s last 6 games against Minnesota.
Chiefs are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games at home.

Minnesota Vikings vs Kansas City Chiefs Betting Picks

Sportsbook Odds must have been this harder to estimate than usual. The estimated score is in favor of the Vikings at 30.2 versus 20.7. The score will cover the spread with a total going over.