Kansas City Chiefs versus Philadelphia Eagles NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The Philadelphia Eagles will take their act on the road when they face the Kansas City Chiefs from NFL football on Thursday Night September 19th. The teams will get things started from Philadelphia at 8:25PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by NFL Network.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team Philadelphia Eagles the -3 point betting favorite and the total coming in at 50 points. Those who play on the money line with the Philadelphia Eagles will lay -190 odds. Bettors who choose to play on the Kansas City Chiefs on the money line will get back +145 odds for their money line wager.

The Kansas City Chiefs have looked impressive on the defensive end of the field as they begin the season with a mark of 2-0. The team in week one routed Jacksonville by the score of 28-2 as a -3 ½ point road favorite. Then in week two they hosted the high octane Dallas Cowboys and come away with the 17-16 home victory. They held the Cowboys to just one touchdown and only two field goals in the second half of the game. The quarterback play has greatly improved this team with the addition of Alex Smith. The KC signal caller his hitting on 60% of his throws with four touchdowns and no picks with a quarterback rating of 94.7. They team ran for 114 yards last week on the Cowboys behind Jamaal Charles and Alex Smith on eight scrambles. The Philadelphia Eagles posted a week one win at Washington with a strong first half. Then in week two the team hosted the San Diego Chargers and allowed a late field to lose 33-30 as a -7 ½ point favorite. The good news for the Eagles is that their offense is producing points and reducing their turnover totals. The bad news is their defense has not improved from the 2012 season. Last week against San Diego the Eagles defense gave up 539 yards with 419 yards and three touchdown passes allowed to Phillip Rivers.

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