SBG Global is featuring the Cleveland BROWNS (3-4, 2nd in AFC North) visiting the undefeated Kansas City CHIEFS (7-0, 1st in AFC West) at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri with the opening line at the sportsbook favoring the Chiefs at -7 -115.
Hard to believe that the Chiefs 7-0 are under a rebuilding plan with Coach Reid who joined the team in the off-season after spending some 14 seasons at head coach for the Eagles. Their record for 2012 was 2-14 and finished in the last place in the AFC West. The team set a record for scoring the lowest amount of points and passing for the least yardage for the NFL.
For those who cherish a Bet on NFL on Sunday we have to look back in time the Browns were in Kansas City for a game was back in 2009 paying in Arrowhead and they had a record breaking win 41-34 with Joshua Cribbs returned kickoffs for 100 yards and 103 yards both touchdown plays which was the first Browns player to ever have two (2) 100 plus yard returns in a single game. At the same time he set the record for most touchdowns on kickoff returns.
In the Chiefs game last week they struggled to beat the Houston Texans 17-16 for only the 2nd time in the team’s franchise history. This game with the Browns will be the last of three home games of which they have won all three. If the Chiefs want to remain undefeated the QB Alex Smith must be more decisive and not leave so many opportunities of scoring on the field. Also the Chiefs need to tighten up their defense and become less prone to the big play as they were with the Texans and offensively they need to get receiver Bowe more play in this game.
At SBG Global their sports fans many of which are Cleveland fans are hoping the team can shake off the loss this past week to the Green Bay Packers 31-17 and that QB Brandon Weeden can get their offense back on the winning side and the Coaches may decide to give veteran Jason Campbell a shot at the QB slot. If the Browns are to win this game the defense has to step up and play and it is possible for them to win this one if they don’t fall behind early in the game. Good Luck Browns and may the best team win!