NFL betting odds have consistently been in the favor of the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium and the home of the Chiefs has been renovated for the 2009 football betting campaign. Just as important, the Chiefs have swept out much of the old and brought in a new front office, coaching staff, and quarterback to compete against the NFL betting odds with.
The changes came after the worst season in team history in 2008 as KC finished the football betting season 2-14 straight up although they were a break even 8-8 against the NFL betting odds.
Scott Pioli took over from Carl Peterson as general manager of the Chiefs and he comes with impeccable credentials as the personnel man for the New England Patriots during their run as the most successful team this decade against the NFL betting odds.
Pioli has full authority from owner Clark Hunt to build a championship organization against the NFL betting odds. Pioli’s first move was to hire Todd Haley as the new head coach of the Chiefs.
Haley’s claim to fame was serving successfully as the offensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals and their explosive attack that propelled the team into the Super Bowl last year. Pioli hired Haley in large part because he was part of four different and successful NFL franchise turn-around projects in his 15 seasons in the NFL.
Last year, Arizona ranked 2nd against the NFL betting odds in passing, which leads to the other key change in Kansas City. Matt Cassel arrived from New England to assume the starting quarterback position for KC against the NFL betting odds.
Cassel filled in for the injured Tom Brady last year and led New England to an 11-5 straight up record and a 9-7 mark against the NFL betting odds.
The 5 year pro from USC ended with an 89.4 quarterback rating and impressed everyone in the league for the way that he led the Patriots. He was the ultimate proof of Pioli’s skill at getting top shelf talent.
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