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Raiders Odds to Win AFC West in 2017 Boosted With KC Cutting Jeremy Maclin

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Jun/02/2017

The Kansas City Chiefs were expected to be a good team in 2017 but one of the pivotal pieces to that anticipated success has just been cut.

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Jeremy Maclin was confirmed cut by the team Friday night as a means of saving $10 million in cap space.  This could help boost the Oakland Raiders chances of winning the AFC West with a payout potential of $16 for every $10 bet or $160 for every $100 bet at BetOnline.  

The impact could cause a a seismic shift in the AFC West race.

Maclin contributed 131 catches for 1,624 yards and 10 touchdowns while in KC.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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