Football Bet – New Orleans Saints (4-5) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-8

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

Football bet pointspread numbers have the New Orleans Saints favored on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

The game could be the last gasp for the Saints if they hope to make the playoffs.  Online football betting gamblers will be looking for the Saints to cover the football odds in this matchup.

Football bet history shows that the Saints and Chiefs rarely play.  They have met only six times according to online football betting history.  The last meeting was in 2004 at New Orleans and the Saints won 27-20.  They met three times in the 1990’s and twice in the 1980’s.  The teams have split their six all-time meetings according to football bet history.  Four of the six games went over the football bet total.

The Saints have been a decent road favorite since 2005, going 5-3 against the football bet number.  The Chiefs during that time are 5-5 as a home underdog according to football bet stats.  Even though the Chiefs are 1-8 straight up this season they are a profitable 5-4 against the football odds.  Gamblers have been frustrated with New Orleans this season but will probably give them another chance in this game against Kansas City.

New Orleans has been a good over team on the road recently according to football bet numbers.  In the past few seasons they are 17-12 to the over according to online football betting stats.  The Chiefs are a slight over team at home since 2005, going 15-13 according to football bet numbers.

There should be a lot of points scored in this football bet matchup.  The Saints have possibly the best quarterback in the NFC in Drew Brees but they have no defense.  Kansas City has started to show in recent weeks that they can score a few points and quarterback Tyler Thigpen has looked better, so gamblers looking at the football bet total might want to consider the over.

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