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Kansas City Chiefs at Chicago Bears Betting Pick

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Dec/22/2019

The Sunday Night Football game for Week 16 features the Kansas City Chiefs and the Chicago Bears from Soldier Field. While cold temperatures are in the air, the action should be quite hot on the field. The Kansas City Chiefs come into the game with a 10-4 record, which seals the deal in the AFC West, and is the three seed currently in the AFC.

 The Chiefs have won four straight games. For the Chicago Bears, following the road loss in Green Bay, they are eliminated from postseason play. The Bears are currently 7-7 on the season. Heading into this game, the Kansas City Chiefs are -5 over the Chicago Bears.

Reid Leading Chiefs to Another Playoff Appearence

The Kansas City Chiefs have been solid on the road this season, with 6 wins in 7 games. The lone road loss for the Chiefs this season came at the Tennessee Titans back in November. The Chiefs have one of the most talented quarterbacks in all of the game. Andy Reid and his offense is getting another huge season from Patrick Mahomes. The former Texas Tech gunslinger needs just 394 yards to reach 4,000, and has thrown for 23 touchdowns.

 Travis Kelce is his top target this season with more than 1,100 yards and 4 touchdowns. Kansas City does not run the football as well as they used to, but veteran LeSean McCoy gets the work done. The Chiefs finish the season at home against the Chargers, a game in which they will be favorites in, so a win on the road here in Chicago could still garner Kansas City one of the top two seeds, and a first round bye in the postseason.

What a game in Chicago

The Kansas City Chiefs are -5 in this game. Sure, the Chiefs are in the playoffs, and the Bears are eliminated, but do not expect Matt Nagy’s team to give in. Nagy is a former Chiefs assistant coach, so have no doubt, he is going to want to take his best shot at them. Look for the Bears defense to play a HUGE key in this game.

We like this game to be competitive in cold Chicago. Look for the Bears to keep Mahomes down, but not out. Bet the Chicago Bears as the underdog to cover this spread, but the Kansas City Chiefs to win the game. Bet the game at “www.PayPerHead247.com” our top pay per head bookie site.

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