New England Patriots versus Kansas City Chiefs NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Monday Night Football on September 29th will feature two playoff teams from a year ago as the New England Patriots will pay a visit to the Kansas City Chiefs. Things get started from Kansas City at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN 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 have the road team New England Patriots the -3 point wagering favorite with a total set at 46 points. Those who play on the New England Patriots on the money line will lay -175 odds with the money line odds on the Kansas City Chiefs at +155 odds.

New England is off to a 2-1 start to the season. After a 13 point road defeat at Miami the Patriots bounced back with a blowout win at Minnesota and in their home opener last week the Patriots squeaked by the Oakland Raiders 16-9. The Patriots benefitted by an Oakland holding penalty late in the game as the Raiders were in position for the tying score. The offensive numbers are down for this New England team. They are 27th ranked in the league in passing as they average 196.3 yards per game and they rank in the lower third in the league in points scored at 22 a contest. The good news for the team is their young defense is beginning to show the results on the field. New England is number one against the pass and holds opponents to 272 yards per game good for third best in all of football. Though the defensive numbers have improves no doubt Tom Brady is looking for his offense to begin to fire. The veteran quarterback is completing 58.8% of his throws with just three touchdowns but now picks on the year. Kansas City opened the year with a 0-2 record as they lose at home to Tennessee in week one and in week two was very competitive in a 24-17 road defeat at Denver. The Chiefs were desperate heading into Miami last week and came away with their first victory of the year in a convincing 34-15 decision as a +5 ½ point underdog.

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