Bet $5 On The Chiefs vs. The Raiders & Get $200 If You Pick The Winner

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It’s tough to write about the Chiefs’ games because my boss requires a word count of approximately 400, and there are only so many ways I can say they will win every week without sounding repetitive. But hey, let’s give it a shot. Patrick Mahomes may have lost Super Bowl LV, but he did end up stealing one ring from Brady, as the press leaked that Gisele hired a divorce attorney after the Chiefs embarrassed the Bucs on Sunday. Mahomes finished with his usual 250 passing yards, three touchdowns, and thirty-four rushing yards in the win. Kansas City is atop the AFC West, which it’s won the previous six seasons. Mahomes is tied for the league lead in touchdown passes (eleven), ranks first in Total QBR (82.3), and second in passer rating (108.4). What makes Kansas City more terrifying than your childhood basement with the lights off is that they now have an offensive line that run blocks proficiently. Center Creed Humphrey and guard Trey Smith have immediately made their presence felt on the line, making it easier for Kansas City’s running backs to run through an opposing team like bad Chinese food during a hangover. For crying out loud, both Cyle Edwards-Helaire and rookie Isiah Pacheco are averaging more than five yards a carry, which puts both of them top-twelve in the league in yards per rush.

The Raiders are…okay? Las Vegas is coming off its first win of the season, but it was against the Broncos. If Thursday Night Football was indicative of anything, it’s that the Broncos stink more than a gym bag with sewage in it. Davante Adams poses the biggest challenge that the Kansas City secondary has met so far this season, so Steve Spagnuolo will have to accept that Adams is going to get his token 100 yards. Still, the Chiefs have had the best rush defense in the league this year, and Derek Carr is no stranger to turnovers. Las Vegas’ offense is quite limited, and they are among the worst teams in the league in the red zone. At a 44.44% red zone scoring clip, the Raiders get the job done on or past their opponent’s twenty-yard line with the consistency that I get the job done in the bedroom after a fourth rum and coke. The Raiders have one of the worst defenses in the NFL, and Chandler Jones continues to disappoint. Kansas City covered and beat Las Vegas both times they played last season, and there aren’t many reasons to believe this won’t be a blowout after a quarter and a half. Vegas likes the Chiefs -7, and I think they will win by more than two touchdowns. This might be the best version of the Chiefs we’ve seen through the dynasty they are building, and they are only getting better. Take the Chiefs’ Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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