NFL Betting Online – Chiefs Favored over Winless Bills

The Kansas City Chiefs are 4-2 and leading the AFC West and they are favored by more than a touchdown at home in NFL betting online on Sunday against the winless Buffalo Bills.

The Chiefs are 7.5 point favorites in NFL betting at Sbg

Kansas City won 42-20 at home last week against Jacksonville while Buffalo played tough at Baltimore but lost 34-31 in overtime.  The Bills showed something last week against the Ravens so perhaps they can be competitive in this game against Kansas City even though it is on the road.

Kansas City Could Run Wild
This might be a bad matchup for the Buffalo defense. They are last in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game while the Chiefs have the best running attack.  Look for Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones to have a big day. When the Chiefs can run for more than 200 yards they are almost unbeatable at home. Kansas City has also thrown the ball better in recent weeks with Matt Cassel and that has opened up the field a little bit more for Charles and Jones.

Bills Should Score
The Bills were able to move the ball up and down the field last week against a tough Baltimore defense. They should be able to do the same against a Kansas City defense that is not very good against the pass.  Buffalo quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was great last week as he threw for almost 400 yards.  He should find some success against Kansas City’s secondary. Normally when you think of Buffalo and Kansas City you would think the game would be low scoring but what Buffalo did last week is a little disconcerting if you are betting the under.  If you are taking a shot with the under though, you have the trends in your favor.  Seven of the last eight matchups between the two teams have gone under the NFL betting online total.

Bills Own this Series
This might surprise you but the Bills own this series against the Chiefs. They have won seven of the last ten against the Chiefs including the last three.  The Bills have also won the last two games at Kansas City in NFL betting, including 16-10 last season.