NFL bet odds heavily favor the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday as they look to clinch the AFC North as they host the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Bengals had a chance last week to clinch the division but couldn’t pull out the bet on football victory at San Diego. On the other side in bet on football action, the Chiefs lost again and are competing for the worst record in the league.
NFL bet has seen the Chiefs continually struggle in head coach Todd Haley’s first season. Last bet on football week they allowed two kickoff returns for TDs to Cleveland’s Joshua Cribbs and gave up 286 yards rushing to Jerome Harrison. The Chiefs did get 154 yards last week from Jamaal Charles but it was not enough to get the NFL bet win over Cleveland. The fans in Kansas City have seen enough of this team as it was the first game in 19 years that has not solid out. Kansas City finished their home schedule at 1-7 this NFL bet season. "Disappointing outcome with very clear-cut reasons for the outcome, starting with special teams," Chiefs coach Todd Haley said. "When you allow two returns for touchdowns, that’s generally not going to end up a good thing."
Kansas City did get a 300 yard game out of quarterback Matt Cassel and that was the first time all NFL bet season he had thrown for over 300 yards. It didn’t make a difference though as the Chiefs suffered another NFL bet defeat. "It’s disappointing. You come into a three-game homestand trying to build some momentum and we weren’t able to get that done," Cassel said. "We played good football at times and at other times we didn’t play that good of football."
The Bengals couldn’t get a win last week at San Diego in NFL bet action but they played well in a 27-24 defeat. It was a tough week for Cincinnati as they played just days after wide receiver Chris Henry died. Now Cincinnati will try and clinch the AFC North as they host the Chiefs in NFL bet odds. In this NFL bet matchup, the teams have split their last ten meetings. Cincinnati is 6-4 against the bet on football number in those games. The teams met last year in Cincinnati and the Bengals won a dull 16-6 NFL bet victory. The Bengals have won the last three home NFL bet meetings against Kansas City going back to 1987.