Patriots Bookie News: Experience on the Side of the Kansas City

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The Kansas City Chiefs should not be expected to wilt in the opening night game Thursday to ring in the 2017 NFL season. 

CBS analyst Trent Green says of the Chiefs: “This is a team that shouldn’t be overwhelmed by the moment of opening night. Andy [Reid] is a longtime head coach who has been through everything, and he has a pretty good track record -- just like Bill Belichick -- when given extra time to prepare for an opponent (19-3 record). That will be fun to watch that chess match, what surprises they have for each other. From a player standpoint, you have a veteran quarterback [Alex Smith] who has been playing for 13 years, and a veteran defense. So I don’t see them being overwhelmed by [opening night festivities].”

Unless betting action dictates otherwise, KC will come into Thursday night’s game as a +8 underdog. 

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