Kansas City is 7-3 ATS in its last ten road games, but 1-4 ATS in its last five games overall. The Chiefs (1-5 SU, 2-4 ATS) were nine-point underdogs to the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium last Sunday, with the ‘total’ listed at 35, according to NFL odds.
This game was all Tennessee from the opening kickoff. The undefeated Titans stuck it to the Chiefs, holding Kansas City to only 58 rushing yards all day while gaining 332 yards as a team; averaging an impressive 8.3 yards per carry. Titans RB LenDale White ran for three touchdowns in Tennessee’s 34-10 ousting of the struggling Chiefs.
Football bettors who picked the Titans to cover the football betting line laying nine points made the right choice, as did those players who picked the ‘total’ to go over the predicted number.
Brett Favre and the Jets (3-3 SU & ATS) were in Oakland last Sunday for a football betting match-up with the Raiders, who closed as three-point underdogs to the Jets, with the ‘total’ going off the board at 41. With the score tied 3-3 in the third quarter, the Raiders took the lead on an 8 yard JaMarcus Russell touchdown pass.
Then in the fourth quarter down 13-10 with only seconds remaining, Jets kicker Jay Feely nailed a 52 yard field goal to send the game into overtime. But it was in the final period where Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicked a 57 yard field goal, a Raiders franchise record, to claim victory for Oakland by a final count of 16-13.
Football bettors who picked the Jets to cover the NFL betting line could only have won if the Jets had scored a touchdown in overtime, as a field goal would have resulted in a push. The New York Jets currently sit as lofty 13-point favorites over the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday in New York, with the ‘total’ coming in at 38.
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