Patriots vs Chiefs

Patriots vs Chiefs: Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots play host to Andy Reid’s Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night, and who wins this one could go a long way toward determining who gets home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs. A dream matchup is on tap for “Sunday Night Football” as the undefeated Chiefs visit the suddenly resurgent Patriots. It’s an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff from Gillette Stadium.

The Kansas City Chiefs (5-0) face another tough

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A dream matchup is on tap for “Sunday Night Football” as the undefeated Chiefs visit the suddenly resurgent Patriots. It’s an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff from Gillette Stadium. Riding the strong, uncanny arm of Patrick Mahomes, who’s thrown an NFL-high 14 touchdown

passes, Kansas City is the AFC’s lone unbeaten at 5-0. New England (3-2) is coming off two straight dominant home wins in which the Pats outscored the Dolphins and Colts by a combined 76-30. Bookmakers list New England as a 3.5-point favorite. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is 59.5 in the latest Patriots vs. Chiefs odds. Before you make any Patriots vs. Chiefs picks, you need to hear what SportsLine expert Micah Roberts has to say.

A former Vegas bookmaker, Roberts has his finger on the Chiefs’ pulse: he’s 8-1 in his last nine point-spread picks involving K.C., including nailing last week’s easy cover when the Chiefs (-3) destroyed Jacksonville, 30-14. On top of that, Roberts is 4-2 in his last six point-spread picks involving New England, meaning he’s on a 12-3 run with the SNF combatants.

After analyzing Chiefs vs. Patriots from every possible angle, Roberts released a strong point-spread pick over at SportsLine.

Roberts knows the Chiefs have taken the NFL by storm thanks to Mahomes, who’s accounted for 16 touchdowns against two turnovers and posted four straight 300-yard passing games. The Chiefs average 35 points, second only to New Orleans. And they’ve won the last two regular-season meetings with New England — doubling up the Pats by a combined 82-41 score.

But just because Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Kareem Hunt are electrifying doesn’t mean they’ll keep rolling against a Pats team that has found its mojo.

With security blanket Julian Edelman back from suspension, Tom Brady looks like himself again. He’s thrown for 615 yards and six touchdowns the past two weeks, while rookie Sony Michel has run for 210 yards and two scores in that span. New England’s balanced attack could erupt at home against the NFL’s 32nd-ranked defense.

The Pats have covered all three of their home games this season and enter “Sunday Night Football” on a 16-6 ATS run against winning teams.

We can tell you Roberts is leaning Over despite the high total, but his much stronger play is against the spread. Roberts, who ran Station Casinos sportsbooks for over a dozen years, says the point spread is off and he’s going big on one side to cover. There’s one highly pertinent fact people are overlooking, he says.

So which side of the spread should you back for Chiefs vs. Patriots? And what fact people are overlooking in this AFC showdown? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to be all over, all from the former Vegas bookmaker who’s on an 8-1 heater on Chiefs’ pointspread picks.Football Preview: Expect fireworks on offence as Chiefs meet Patriots

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The Kansas City Chiefs are the AFC’s lone remaining undefeated team.Patrick Mahomes and company will face their toughest test so far this season when they visit the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football.

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Kansas City is the seventh team in the last 11 years to average 35 points per game or more through their first five games. Each of the last six teams to accomplish the feat went on to reach their conference championship game. Four of them played in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs can take another step towards locking up the AFC’s top seed with a win on Sunday.

Kansas City has already beaten the Los Angeles Chargers, Pittsburgh Steelers and Jacksonville Jaguars – teams that were all ranked ahead of them at the start of the season according to ESPN’s Football Power Index.

The Chiefs have won their last two meetings with the Patriots dating back to 2014. No team has ever won three regular-season meetings in a row against New England in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era. If they become the first, Kansas City will improve to 6-0 and pull further away from New England atop the AFC.

Riding the strong, uncanny arm of Patrick Mahomes, who’s thrown an NFL-high 14 touchdown passes, Kansas City is the AFC’s lone unbeaten at 5-0. New England (3-2) is coming off two straight dominant home wins in which the Pats outscored the Dolphins and Colts by a combined 76-30. Bookmakers list New England as a 3.5-point favorite.

The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is 59.5 in the latest Patriots vs. Chiefs odds. Before you make any Patriots vs. Chiefs picks, you need to hear what SportsLine expert Micah Roberts has to say.

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