Written by National Football League Betting Analyst Greg Nelson.
Charliessports.com produces it for Football News. The Best Football Point Spread Picks are the best in the industry and will continue through the Super Bowl in February of 2019. The NFL Point Spread experts at Charliesssports.com are on fire in the NFL going 3-0 Sunday in week-two on our signature 500* Triple Lock making a $300.00 bettor a small fortune playing all three straight, in a round robin, and teaser. As we approach the third week of NFL Betting Predictions, the (1-1) San Francisco 49ers and head coach Kyle Shanahan got their offense on track last week in a 30-27 home win over Detroit failing to cover the POINT SPREAD for the second consecutive week. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo passed for 206 yards with two touchdowns. The Kansas City Chiefs have scored 80-points through two road contest going 2-0 ATS and OVER the total in both, the first a 38-28 division win over the Chargers and last week a 42-37 shootout in Pittsburgh. Fans in Kansas City are watching perfection from quarterback Patrick Mahomes on Television, and now they’ll get a chance to see the future star at home. Sunday’s kickoff will be 1:00 PM EST at Arrowhead Stadium known as the loudest venue in the NFL in Kansas City, Missouri. The FOX Television Network will be broadcasting. The Betting Line has Kansas City as a six and a half point home favorite point against the point spread. The betting odds total is fifty-six points for Sunday’s contest.
Second-year running back Matt Breida had his best game as a pro rushing for 136 yards including a 66 touchdown late in the third quarter. San Francisco has not been very good to Point Spread Bettors in week two the past six years they’re just 1-5 ATS. The 49ers finished the 2017 season with four consecutive victories, going 3-1 to the spread going OVER the total in three of the 4. However, they’ve lost four in a row STRAIGHT UP in Kansas City. Shanahan and his staff watched the offensive RED-ZONE woes continue converting point twice in five trips inside the 20-yard line. The 49ers offense is averaging 6 yards per attempt with a 336.5 total yards per contest average. 49ers fans thought it would be higher but after last season’s offensive outburst opposing coaches began studying film on Garoppolo. The San Francisco defense yields 385.0 yards per contest and last week Detroit 417 yards of offense with the majority coming through the air. You can bet the secondary will get tested Sunday again with the Chiefs mixing in some runs. Richard Sherman isn’t what he used to be. Bovada.Lv, list the San Francisco 49ers at +1,600 to win the 2018-19 NFC Championship.
After last season’s home playoff loss to Tennessee Chiefs head coach Andy Reid knew it was time to insert Patrick Mahomes into the lineup as the leader. The former Texas Tech standout has been the talk of the league the first weeks tossing ten touchdowns the first two weeks. However, we’ve seen this before from Kansas City only to fade down the stretch, but they didn’t have a Mahomes under Center. At the current pace, he’ll shatter records; opposing defensive coordinators are studying his tendencies as we write this article. Kansas City has covered the Point Spread 7 times in week three of NFL regular seasons over the last 8 years and giving up 6′ to a secondary that’s struggling doesn’t seem like a bad bet. However the OVER could be the play, we made a huge score on Cleveland at New Orleans UNDER 50-Points in week-two. The total could move again for this game. It’s already 56 points which is a lot for an NFL game. At some point, bettors will begin to go under and being so early in the week expect it to mover a point and a half in any direction. Mahomes to Tyreeke Hill with Kareem Hunt slashing between the tackles could be announced plenty Sunday in the BAR-B-Q Capital. Bovada.Lv, list the Kansas City Chiefs at +120 to win the 2018-19 AFC West Division.
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