Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The Monday Night Football game will feature an attractive AFC West matchup as the Denver Broncos will host the Kansas City Chiefs. The Broncos and Chiefs get things started from Denver at 8:15PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team Kansas City Chiefs favored by -4 ½ points with the total lined at 54 ½ points.

Kansas City is off to a 3-0 start behind strong offensive showing. Chiefs have scored 38 points or greater in all three of their games this season. Chiefs come off the 38-27 win at home to San Francisco covering as a -6 ½ point favorite. KC got off to a fast start going up 35-10 at the half. Their offense took their foot off the gas scoring three points while the defense allowed 17 second half points making the game look closer than it really was. Kansas City is putting up 398 yards of offense per game on the season. Passing attack led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes is throwing for 295 yards and completing 66.7% of their throws. Mahomes strong arm reveals why the Chiefs allowed Alex Smith to leave in free agency. The average yards per completion for KC is 14.3 yards which looks good so far to the Chiefs brass in the decision to let Smith go.

Denver is 2-1 on the season winning both home games and losing last week to Baltimore on the road 27-14. Broncos have shown the ability to move the football with free agent quarterback Case Keenum. They have been balanced on offense rushing for 144 yards and passing for 238 yards. Rookie running back Phillip Lindsay out of Colorado has played well rushing for 198 yards for six yards per rush average. Unfortunately for the Broncos, Lindsay was ejected early in their loss at Baltimore after only four carries. Broncos defense has been good in stopping the run holding opponents to 3.3 yards per carry. Improvement is needed in pass defense as Denver surrenders 262 yards per game with a 69.5% completion rate.

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