Line on Chiefs vs. Lions Week 4 Has KC -6.5 on the Road

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The line on the Chiefs-Lions game in Week 4 opened with Kansas City -6.5 in Detroit as both teams look for their first loss of the season.  The Lions are one of the pleasant surprises so far this season, starting 2-0-1.  The Chiefs continue their winning ways and have the second shortest odds of winning Super Bowl LIV after the New England Patriots.  You only need a valid email to open your online betting account, but a name, address and text number gets you the bigger cash signup bonus (just a 5x rollover).

KC dominated the Ravens but just narrowly escaped a come-from-behind charge.  Baltimore outscored the Chiefs in the 4th quarter 15-3.

The reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes threw for 374 yards and three touchdowns in another record-setting performance, and Kansas City's defense corralled Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson most of the rain-soaked afternoon, allowing the Chiefs to squeak out a 33-28 victory Sunday.

"Everyone gets reps with the starters, and guys just build that confidence that they can play," said Mahomes, whose 13 games of at least 300 yards passing broke Kurt Warner's mark for the most in the first 20 games of a career. "Whenever someone gets an opportunity they make plays."

The Chiefs currently pay better than $600 for every $100 bet to win the Super Bowl.

And what about those Detroit Lions?

The Lions will come into Week 4 without a loss following a three-point victory in Philadelphia Sunday.

Matthew Stafford threw a touchdown pass to Marvin Jones, Jamal Agnew returned a kickoff 100 yards for a score to win Sunday’s game as an underdog.

Agnew had two fumbles prior to this play.

"It's good to get wins not playing your best football," Stafford said. "We're not playing our best, we kept battling. Finding ways to win as you're getting better as a team is a good thing."

Detroit was expected to win 6.5 regular season games and would currently pay upwards of $1000 for every $100 bet to win the NFC North division.

We should note that Sagarin indicates the line on this game should only be KC -3.

- Tyrone Black,

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