NFL sports betting on San Diego has been one of the worst overall values on the board this year. San Diego has an overall football betting record of 5-8 straight up and 5-7-1 against the NFL betting odds. San Diego has an over/under NFL sports betting record of 5-7-1 under the total.
The Chargers have a road NFL sports betting record of 2-3-1 against the spread. San Diego has been on a NFL sports betting run in which they have lost 3 of their last 5 games against the spread. Last week against the Oakland Raiders at home on Thursday Night Football the Chargers won and covered 34-7 as 9.5 point chalks.
San Diego is on an over/under NFL sports betting streak in which they have not gone over the total in 5 consecutive games. The Chargers are ranked 8th overall on offense while ranking 18th overall on defense. NFL sports betting on the Kansas City Chiefs has been a surprisingly profitable endeavor this season.
Kansas City has an overall football betting record of just 2-11 straight up but 7-6 against the NFL betting odds. Kansas City has an over/under NFL sports betting record of 6-7 under the total. The Chiefs have a home NFL sports betting record of 2-4 against the spread.
The Chiefs have a good NFL sports betting trend going this year in which the road team is 9-4 against the spread in all of their games. Last week against the Broncos at Denver, Kansas City lost 17-24 but got the cash as 9 point dogs.
The Chiefs have a NFL sports betting streak of 2 consecutive covers against the spread and 4 unders in their last 5 games. The Chiefs are ranked 26th overall on offense while ranking 30th overall on defense. In this head to head series San Diego has gotten the cash in just 3 of their last 11 visits to Kansas City.
The Chargers and Chiefs have gone under the total in 6 of their last 8 head to head meetings. Kansas City has covered just 2 of their last 11 home games dating back to last season.
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