NFL Pro Football 2016 Kansas City Chiefs Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2015 Kansas City Chiefs finished their regular season with a record of 11-5. They earned an AFC Wildcard spot and went to the road in the playoffs at Houston and earned a 30-0 victory. A week later the Chiefs traveled to the Patriots in the AFC Divisional Round and were beaten 27-20.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker have the Kansas City Chiefs lined at 9 ½ wins with over the total returning -120 odds with under bringing back -110 odds.

Kansas City has a reputation of being a dink and dunk passing attack and a bit too conservative with their passing game. They are a station to station team who look to work long drives out engineering first downs and controlling time of possession. Quarterback Alex Smith doesn’t like to take too many chances with his throws downfield to strike for big plays. It was interesting to see that KC had five quarterbacks in camp which is seldom seen. That’s a lot of information being passed on to other teams as at least two or even three of them will most likely get cut. Alex Smith enters his 12th season in the NFL and his fourth with the Chiefs. He completed 65.3% of his throws a year ago for 3486 yards with 20 touchdowns and 7 picks. Two seasons ago he had difficulty finding wide receivers for touchdowns. In 2015 management helped him as Kansas City acquired Jeremy Maclin in free agency to help open up things downfield for Smith. Maclin caught 87 passes for 1088 yards with eight touchdowns. If the team can pair him up with another capable down the field wide out the Chiefs could become series Super Bowl contenders. The running game heavily contributed to the success of the team. Jamaal Charles is coming off an injury plagued season. He played in only five games a season ago after undergoing ACL surgery last year. The Chiefs expect Charles to be ready by the start of the season. KC was the sixth rated defense in the league in 2015 as they allowed 329 yards per game. They were third in scoring defense by limiting opponents to 17.9 points per game.

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