- The Kansas City Chiefs have -105 odds to cover a 3.5-point spread over the LA Chargers.
- The past four games between the Chiefs and Chargers have had a spread of 5.5 points or more.
LOS ANGELES – A giant AFC West Thursday Night Football matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers is scheduled for Week 15 of the season and the Chiefs are going into the game slightly favored on the spread.
Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Los Angeles Chargers Odds
- Moneyline: Chiefs (-180)
- Moneyline: Chargers (+155)
- Spread: Chiefs -3.5 (-105)
- Total: 50.5 Points (-110)
The Chiefs and the Chargers are two of the most explosive teams in the NFL this season which is why this Week 15 matchup is expected to be a close game according to online betting sites.
One thing to note is that the 3.5-point spread for this game is the closest spread that this matchup has seen since 2018. In the four games that they have played since then, the spread has been set at 5.5 points or more.
Where The Value Lies
Although the Chiefs have longer NFL odds to cover the spread, they have won six straight games and have covered the spread in their last four games. This season, the Chiefs have also gone 3-2 against the spread when going into a road game as the favorite.
The Chargers have hit a bump in their last five games. They have gone 3-2 overall but have gone 2-3 against the spread. They are also 3-4 ATS when playing at home this season.
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Some might be quick to jump on the Chargers to cover the spread being that won against the Chiefs in Week 3 while being seen as 7-point underdogs, but LA has been dealing with injuries to key players.
The Chargers lead running back, Austin Ekeler suffered an ankle injury in Week 14 making a Thursday Night Football matchip a tough ask. On defense, star defensive back, Derwin James, missed Week 14 with a hamstring injury and there has yet to be an update on his status for Week 15.
With injuries potentially keeping key players out for the Chargers, and the Chiefs streaking against the spread, a 3.5-point spread could be no match for Kansas City to cover.
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