NFL betting odds will have to figure on Kansas City’s new front office, coaching staff, and renovated Stadium not to mention a new quarterback against the NFL betting lines. Scott Pioli arrived from the New England Patriots to take over control of the Chiefs football operations and he hired Todd Haley as coach of the Chiefs to lead them against the NFL betting odds this year.
Haley was highly successful as offensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals and had a major role in their NFC championship run against the NFL betting lines last year. Pioli was able to bring quarterback Matt Cassel with him from the Patriots, where he had a strong season against the NFL betting odds last year while subbing for the injured Tom Brady.
Cassel may get more than the normal amount of preseason playing time against the NFL betting odds as he tries to learn a new system and take firm control of the offense. The Chiefs will open the 2009 preseason at home against the NFL betting odds versus the Houston Texans in renovated Arrowhead Stadium.
The Chiefs may figure to have solid intangible advantages for this one as they want to win back the Kansas City fans. Kansas City will then travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings in week 2 preseason action against the NFL betting odds on Friday, August 29.
The Vikings are a set playoff team but may have solid quarterbacking if Brett Favre does indeed sign as that would bump starter Tarvaris Jackson down to number 2 and a lot more playing time against the NFL betting odds as a result.
In preseason week 3 against the NFL betting odds Kansas City will host the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday, August 29. Much like the Chiefs, Seattle is under a new coach and looking for a new positive tone. KC will end preseason on Thursday, September 3 at St. Louis against the cross state rival Rams.
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