Football Betting at Get That Bet — Chiefs Look to Extend ATS Roll Against Bills

Football Betting at Get That Bet — Chiefs Look to Extend ATS Roll Against Bills

The Kansas City Chiefs are back to exactly what head coach Andy Reid wants them to do, which is to hold onto the football and play a little smash mouth with the opponent. On Sunday afternoon, they will go after their fourth straight victory as they face the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, NY.

Here are some of the particulars:

Matchup: Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills

Date/Time: Sunday, November 9 – 1 PM ET

TV Coverage: CBS

Football Betting Odds at Get That Bet ( Bills -1.5

Total: 42

The Chiefs have won three games in a row, and five of their last six. They not only have covered their last four games on the road, but also eleven of their last 12 as the visitor against the football pointspread. So let’s just say they are mentally tough. They are also fundamentally-sound; and a lot of that starts with the quarterback. Alex Smith takes a lot of abuse from people, but the fact is that there are a lot of quarterbacks who are very high risk propositions, and Smith never seems to make the stupid mistake. He has thrown just one interception in the last seven games, and it should be absolutely no coincidence to Get That Bet customers that Kansas City has covered all of those games.


Oddly – and we don’t know how many times this has happened since the merger – this team has no touchdowns on the part of its wide receivers. One of their receivers, Donnie Avery, has a hernia and will not see action. But the Chiefs will try to rely on their running game, and the leader there is Jamaal Charles, who was 435 yards on the season. Buffalo has given up 333 yards on the ground in the last two games, so perhaps there is an opening there.

Football bettors know that converting on third down is something critical to a football team, and where the Chiefs come up big is that they have been able to do it with regularity on offense (52%), while preventing the opposition from doing so (33%). Kyle Orton has done a very good job since taking over the quarterback spot for Buffalo (67%, nine touchdowns), but he has been sacked 17 times, and the Chiefs have the top sack master in the NFL at the moment in Justin Houston, who has a dozen to his credit. Kansas City is the only team in the NFL that has allowed fewer than 200 yards a game through the air.

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