NFL Rapid Rundown: Kansas City Chiefs vs New England Patriots Predictions
The NFL week 6 Best Bet ATS picks are up and we crushed it last week with more winners, but now it is time to focus on the Rapid Rundown for the rest of the games. We already have a full in-depth preview of the Thursday game between the Eagles and Giants and College Football free picks, but we have more. We looked at the opening odds and who the public likes and so it’s time for the picks. Get our free picks against the spread as part of the weekly NFL rapid fire rundown.
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Kansas City Chiefs vs New England Patriots predictions
The best game of the week is easily the Sunday night game with the Patriots and the Chiefs. This is a game featuring the reigning AFC powerhouses against the up and coming new kids on the block led by 23-year old Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. The Patriots only giving three points at home seems like a dream. The Patriots are 23-0 at home in the regular season against quarterbacks younger than 25 years old. The premise behind this stat is that Patriots coach Bill Belichick can trick young QB’s in to making mistakes by disguising defenses. The Chiefs have a pretty good coach in Andy Reid. This is the same coach that led the Chiefs to an upset over the Patriots in Foxboro a year ago. The Chiefs are 12-1 ATS in their last 13 games after allowing more than 250 yards passing in their previous game and a perfect 5-0 ATS this season. The Chiefs are going to show the Patriots that there is another contender in the AFC.