NFL Betting – Kansas City Chiefs Season Win Total Odds 2019

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Phil Simon
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It’s not how you start it’s, how you finish. And the Kansas City Chiefs have finished short of their goal the last few years despite having one of the best teams during the regular season.  Bookmaker has your 2019 regular season win totals betting odds below

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The Chiefs won 12 games last year, the second time in three seasons they reached that number, and the fourth straight double-digit win season. Only the New England Patriots can claim that in the same time frame. MVP Patrick Mahomes tossed 50 touchdown passes for the NFL’s highest scoring team and the Chiefs should be explosive again. But have they improved enough defensively to reach their projected win total?

2019 Kansas City Chiefs Season Win Totals at

Over 10.5 Wins +120

Under 10.5 Wins -145

What can Mahomes do for an encore? Well, here’s an idea, how about getting the Chiefs to the Super Bowl. In his first season as a starter all Mahomes did was throw 50 TD passes and for over 5,000 yards, becoming just the second quarterback in NFL history to reach those milestones in the same season. The Chiefs cut leading rusher Kareem Hunt late last season and could be without Tyreek Hill. Those are two nasty playmakers. That doesn’t mean the Chiefs won’t score points. On the contrary, they’ll score plenty, maybe just not as much as last year. The Chiefs invested heavily on the defensive side and they will eventually be judged on postseason success. The regular season is just a means to an end.

2019 Kansas City Chiefs Schedule

Week 1: at Jacksonville Jaguars, Sunday, Sept. 8

Week 2: at Oakland Raiders, Sunday, Sept. 15

Week 3: vs. Baltimore Ravens, Sunday, Sept. 22

Week 4: at Detroit Lions, Sunday, Sept. 29

Week 5: vs. Indianapolis Colts, Sunday, Oct. 6

Week 6: vs. Houston Texans, Sunday, Oct. 13

Week 7: at Denver Broncos, Thursday, Oct. 17

Week 8: vs. Green Bay Packers, Sunday, Oct. 27

Week 9: vs. Minnesota Vikings, Sunday, Nov. 3

Week 10: at Tennessee Titans, Sunday, Nov. 10

Week 11: at Los Angeles Chargers, Monday, Nov. 18

Week 12: BYE

Week 13: vs. Oakland Raiders, Sunday, Dec. 1

Week 14: at New England Patriots, Sunday, Dec. 8

Week 15: vs. Denver Broncos, Sunday, Dec. 15

Week 16: at Chicago Bears, Sunday, Dec. 22

Week 17: vs. Los Angeles Chargers, Sunday, Dec. 29


Schedule Analysis

Based on last year’s records the Chiefs have the fifth most difficult schedule ahead of them. Of course we don’t know what the new season holds and you can expect the rest of the division to at least be somewhat better. I’m looking at you Oakland and Denver. The Chiefs were 5-1 within the AFC West last year and that was the difference between the No. 1 and No. 4 seed in the conference. KC got the tie-break edge over the Chargers by having a better record.

Outside of games at New England and Chicago in the final month of the season, the Chiefs opened as favorites in every contest. And the schedule looks favorable at the beginning of the season. They get three road games out of the way early in very winnable contests against Jacksonville, Oakland and Detroit. Taking care of business at home is what the Chiefs did last season and their most difficult matchups come at Arrowhead, where they were 7-1 last year.

2019 Kansas City Chiefs Outlook

The Chiefs were a good offensive team before Mahomes arrived. They were even better after slotting him into the starters role. With Alex Smith at the helm and Mahomes holding a clipboard in 2017, Kansas City scored the sixth-most points in the league. Following an early playoff exit that season, Mahomes got the gig. And he flourished in Reid’s offense, completing 66 percent of his passes for 5,097 yards and 50 touchdowns. The Chiefs led the league with 35.3 points per game and have been a top-10 team in four of Reid’s six seasons.

We don’t know if things would have been different last season had Hunt not been released. And there could be more of an impact on the offense with Hill’s status up in the air. The Chiefs do have contingency plans with Damien Williams getting a chance to take over as lead back. We could see the offense regress without two impactful players, but the tools are in place to score plenty of points.

Stopping opponents was an issue last year that was masked by the bushel of points scored by the offense. To address the problem the team relieved Bob Sutton of his duties and brought in Steve Spagnuolo as defensive coordinator. There will be plenty of turnover on that side of the ball, which tends to happen when you finish next to last in yards allowed and surrender 26.3 points per game. The additions of Frank Clark, Alex Okafor, Damien Wilson and Tyrann Mathieu are definite upgrades to the beleaguered group. It’s hard to imagine the Chiefs being as explosive offensively in 2019, but with an improved defense helping out they won’t need to be. And I see the Chiefs winning double figure games again in 2019.

NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs OVER 10.5 wins ( +120 )

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