Kansas City Chiefs versus Denver Broncos NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos face “a win and their in” situation when they host their AFC west divisional foes the Kansas City Chiefs from week seventeen NFL action on Sunday.

The Chiefs and Broncos will play in the late game on New Year’s Day at 4:15PM Eastern Time and most of the nation can watch this game over CBS television.

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The current betting line at Oddsmaker has the home club Tim Tebow led Denver Broncos favored by -3 points with the total at 37 points.

A money line bet on the Broncos will return -190 odds.

If you think former Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton can lead the Chiefs to a straight up upset win your return is +160 odds.

The 8-7 Denver Broncos control their fate as with a win in this game against the Chiefs and they will be AFC west champions and will host a Wildcard playoff next week against Pittsburgh or Baltimore.

They also quality with a loss by Oakland to San Diego which kicks off at the exact time of 4:15PM Eastern.

After a six game win streak by Denver behind Tim Tebow the team has come back down to earth with two straight losses.

Denver surrendered 41 points to New England and 40 at Buffalo in those two defeats.

The Broncos have run the ball effectively on the year with 4.8 yards a carry average behind the running ability of Tim Tebow.

The second year player has struggled passing the football as he is hitting on 48% of his passes with 12 touchdowns and 6 picks.

Tebow has to overcome a poor performance last week at Buffalo where the signal caller completed just 44% of his passes with three interceptions.

The 6-9 Kansas City Chiefs have been eliminated from playoff consideration after an overtime loss last week to Oakland.

Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel early in the week stated very clearly that his team will play to win.

Crennel during his head coaching tenure in Cleveland needed help to make the playoffs in week 17 and was critical when opposing teams would rest players.

In his first game as head coach for the Chiefs the team upset the Green Bay Packers 17-14 as a +11 point underdog.

Former Broncos quarterback and now Kansas City quarterback Kyle Orton had completed 64.7% of his throws for a touchdown and two interceptions in his tenure this season with his new team.

This Kansas City offense has struggled all season for points as the club pushes across just 13 points a game.

In their first meeting this season held in mid-November in Kansas City it was the Broncos with the 17-10 win as a +3 point underdog.

The Chiefs offense did very little with just 258 offensive yards for the game.

With the Broncos nursing a three point lead midway through the fourth quarter it was Tim Tebow hitting Eric Decker with a 56 yard touchdown pass to push the lead to double digits.

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