Bet the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Browns Game - Week 10 2018, Predictions, Latest Odds

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Don Shapiro
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You can bet the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Browns game online at  The line on this game was set at KC -8.5.  The Chiefs are 7-1 Straight Up and Against The Spread.


What to Bet

Cleveland +8.5

The Chiefs So Far This Season

From "Most fantasy points by a quarterback through his team's first eight games of any season (since 1950): Tom Brady, 221.7, 2007 Aaron Rodgers, 219.5, 2011 Steve Young, 218.1, 1998 Patrick Mahomes, 216.9, 2018 Peyton Manning, 216.2, 2013."

From "The Chiefs aren't slowing down, and it's not just all about Patrick Mahomes. Kansas City's pass rush took Sunday's game back to 1995, forcing two turnovers from Case Keenum while flattening the Broncos' quarterback five times. Three of those sacks came from Dee Ford, with Breeland Speaks picking up the first full sack of his career. That gives Speaks 1.5 on the season (plus a sack that never was). Ford now boasts a staggering eight on the year. And to think: Justin Houston isn't even healthy right now. Kicker Harrison Butker did miss an extra-point try, yet he and punter Dustin Colquitt have been outstanding this season. OK, enough stalling already ... Mahomes tossed four more touchdown passes."

The Chiefs 2018-2019 Odds

Kansas City is at 6-1 odds of winning Super Bowl 53.  Their -600 price tag to win the AFC West division has little value.

Line Movement and Public Backing

The line has moved from -8 to -9 and has dipped back to -8.5 with 85% of the spread action on the Chiefs.  One of the sharper books was holding at -8. 

Chiefs vs. Browns Betting Trends, Predictions

Sagarin suggests this line should be at Kansas City -8, but their calculations do not take into account the head coaching change in Cleveland. 

There appears to be an opinion among bookmakers that Cleveland covers here.  This makes the Browns a good bet.

New interim head coach Gregg Williams proved to be an elite defensive coordinator with the New Orleans Saints (2009-11).

- Don Shapiro,


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