Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills 10/19/20 NFL Picks and Predictions
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Buffalo Bills (4-1) vs Kansas City Chiefs (4-1)
Game Info: Monday, October 19, 2020 at 5:00 pm (Bills Stadium)
Betting Odds: Buffalo Bills +3.5 -- Over/Under: 55 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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The Kansas City Chiefs face the Buffalo Bills on Monday, October 19th at Bills Stadium for week six of NFL football action.
The Kansas City Chiefs earned their first loss of the season when the Las Vegas Raiders took them down by the final score of 40-32 at home. The Chiefs were 10.5-point favorites in that game, so the loss by eight points was a stunner for the team. The Chiefs are now 4-1 on the year and they still lead the division by one game in the AFC West. The Chiefs score 29.8 points per game and earn 414.2 total yards per contest as well. The Chiefs allow 22.0 points per game to the opposition this season, even despite their offense being totally torched in week five against the Raiders. The Chiefs will look for a bounce-back win over the Bills, but playing Buffalo on the road is never an easy task.
The Buffalo Bills were missing a few key players when they took on the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday Night Football last week. The Titans defeated the Bills by the final score of 42-16 in Tennessee, as the Bills suffered their first loss of the season. The Bills are now 4-1 on the year as they are still the leaders in the AFC East by two games over the New England Patriots. The Bills did not look like themselves in the blowout loss to the Titans, and it may be tough for Buffalo to rebound when they have to take on the frustrated defending Super Bowl Champs. The Bills will need to play their game from the start, and the defense will have to be a lot sharper than it was against the Titans.
The Chiefs open as the 3.5-point favorites and the total is set at 55. In this Monday Night Football contest, I like the Chiefs to find a big bounce-back victory on the road. The Chiefs were caught off guard by Derek Carr and the Raiders in week five, and I think a well-prepared and better-rested Chiefs team will win this game by a touchdown.