- The Kansas City Chiefs open as 10.5-point favorites against the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football.
- Denver is 0-4-1 against the spread (ATS) this season, while Kansas City is 3-2 ATS.
- There are -130 odds favoring the Chiefs to score over 30.5 points in Week 6.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Opening odds for Thursday Night Football favors the Kansas City Chiefs by 10.5 points against the Denver Broncos. Kansas City won 15 straight games against Denver but is 10-5 against the spread in that span.
The 10.5-point opening spread at online sportsbooks is likely to move in favor of Denver since they’ve covered in three straight games against the Chiefs.
Kansas City Chiefs Vs Denver Broncos Betting Lines
|Denver Broncos||+10.5 (-115)||+400||O50.0 (-105)|
|Kansas City Chiefs||-10.5 (-105)||-575||U50.0 (-115)|
The 50.0-point total went over in each of the last three meetings between the Chiefs and the Broncos. Denver covered as an underdog of 12.5 points, 9.0 points, and 11.5 points in those games.
Kansas City has -130 odds at Missouri online sportsbooks to score over 30.5 points on Thursday Night Football.
Team Totals Betting For Thursday Night Football
The Chiefs points total relies on Travis Kelce’s injury status in a short week. Kelce exited Sunday’s victory with an ankle injury but eventually returned.
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Kansas City Chiefs Team Points Total
- Over 30.5 Points -130
- Under 30.5 Points EVEN
Kansas City averages 27 points per game with Kelce and 21 points without him across five games this season. The initial diagnosis was a low ankle sprain, but the Chiefs’ official injury report released later on Monday will provide further detail on his status for Thursday.
Denver Broncos Team Points Total
- Over 20.5 Points +130
- Under 20.5 Points -170
Denver is heavily favored at NFL online sportsbooks to score under 20.5 points against the Chiefs. The Broncos scored over 20.5 points in three of five games this season.
Denver also scored over 20.5 points in their last three games against the Chiefs. Although, Kansas City’s defense hasn’t allowed anyone to score over 20.5 points since the Detroit Lions scored 21 points in Week 1.
An inconsistent Broncos offense hasn’t proven they’re worth wagering on.
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