Neither team is having a good season so it will be interesting to see who those that bet on football choose on Sunday.
NFL bet results had both Buffalo and Kansas City losing last week. The Bills were beaten in Toronto by the New York Jets while the Chiefs were humiliated at home by Denver. The Kansas City defense was terrible last week as they gave up 413 total yards. They gave up 17 plays of 10 yards or more. They have now allowed 40 points in consecutive bet on football games for the first time since 1983. The offense was not much better as quarterback Matt Cassel had his worst NFL bet game in Kansas City. His quarterback rating was a dismal 14.6 in the NFL bet loss to the Broncos. "I think it's pretty simple: if you drop the ball on offense and throw the ball to them and you turn it over, you're not going to do very well," Chiefs coach Todd Haley said. Somehow the Chiefs were only down 14-6 at the half against Denver but in the second half they self destructed and ended up getting blown out 44-13. Cassel was 10 of 29 for only 84 yards in last week’s NFL bet defeat. “You name it, there were a lot of things going wrong out there," Cassel said.
Buffalo was competitive last week against the New York Jets but they didn’t make enough plays to get the NFL bet win. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick did not play well but he was not alone. Terrell Owens was held to just three catches for 31 yards.
Buffalo has been good on the road this season in NFL bet action. The Bills are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 road games. Kansas City on the other hand has been very poor at home versus the NFL bet spread. The Chiefs are 5-14 vs. the NFL bet odds in their last 19 home games. The Bills are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 bet on football meetings against Kansas City.
Six of the last eight Buffalo games have gone under the NFL bet total. Four of the last six Kansas City games overall have gone over. In this NFL bet matchup between Buffalo and Kansas City, six of the last seven have gone under for those that bet on football.