Kansas City Chiefs at Tennessee Titans - 11/10/19 NFL Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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Kansas City Chiefs (6-3) at Tennessee Titans (4-5)
NFL Football: Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 1:00 pm (Nissan Stadium)
The Line: Tennessee Titans +6 -- Over/Under: 48 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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The Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans will take the field on Sunday in Week 10 NFL action.
The Chiefs are sitting at 6-3 so far. Kansas City has fallen to the Colts, Texans and Packers this year, but otherwise they’ve taken out the Jaguars, Raiders, Ravens, Lions, Broncos and Vikings.
In the Vikings win, Chiefs QB Matt Moore posted 275 yards and a TD, while Damien Williams logged 125 yards and a score rushing. Tyreek Hill was tops in receiving there with 140 yards and a TD on six grabs.
Over on the Titans’ side, they’re 4-5 so far. Tennessee has taken out the Browns, Falcons, Chargers and Bucs, but otherwise fallen to the Colts, Jags, Bills, Broncos and Panthers.
In the loss to the Panthers, Tennessee QB Ryan Tannehill managed one TD and two picks with 331 pass yards, and AJ Brown was the top receiver on 81 yards from four catches. Derrick Henry logged 63 yards with a TD rushing there as well.
The Chiefs are 4-1 ATS in their last five in Week 10 and 18-7-1 ATS in their last 26 road games. KC is 17-8 in their last 25 versus the AFC and 3-7-1 ATS in their last 11 after a straight-up win. Meanwhile, the Titans are 21-50-5 ATS in their last 76 versus the AFC And 5-14-1 ATS in their last 20 in November. Tennessee is 1-3-1 ATS in the last five overall and 1-4-1 ATS in their last six home games.
The big question here is whether or not Patrick Mahomes will play for the Chiefs, and to KC’s elation, it’s looking like he will. Taking a 1-1 record without their star quarterback in the picture is a pretty good situation for the Chiefs right now, and all signs are pointing upward as they move into the latter part of the season.
As for Tennessee, it looks like they’re resigning themselves to rebuild mode and will probably be phoning it in for the rest of the year. Anything is possible of course, but I can’t see many scenarios in which the Chiefs don’t cover here.