Division leaders Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs meet in a must-watch contest this coming Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. In what could be viewed as a sleeper Super Bowl 56 matchup, which team will come away with a W? Check out our preview of this game below.
Betting Preview for the Dallas Cowboys vs Kansas City Chiefs Regular Season Week 11 Game on November 21, 2021
Where: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
When: Sunday, November 21, 2021, 4:25 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Dallas Cowboys (+1.5)
Regular Season Record: 7-2
Dallas was not going to allow itself to get upset following a 30-16 home loss to the Denver Broncos in Week 9, as the Cowboys rebounded in style — by obliterating the Atlanta Falcons in a 43-3 victory in Arlington in Week 10. The Cowboys’ defense punished Matt Ryan and the Falcons from beginning to end, coming away with three interceptions and holding Atlanta to only 214 total yards and a 1/11 third-down completions. Dallas’ opportunistic defense will be a serious threat to the Chiefs, who are averaging 2.0 turnovers per game and have a -0.8 turnover margin per contest. Trevon Diggs got another interception in the Atlanta game, bringing his season-leading total to eight picks. Then there’s the Cowboys’ offense that is averaging a league-best 31.6 points per game, all set and ready to capitalize on Kansas City’s porous defense.
The Cowboys are 4-0 against the spread in their last four games on the road.
Betting on the Kansas City Chiefs (-1.5)
Regular Season Record: 6-4
The Chiefs are back. They have reclaimed the top spot in the AFC West after scoring a 41-14 win on the road against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 10. That’s a three-game win streak the Chiefs are enjoying right now, as they return home for a shot at extending that to four games. Patrick Mahomes was at his absolute best against the Raiders, throwing for 406 yards and five touchdowns without an interception on 35/50 completions. When Mahomes is playing like that, sometimes, there’s just no defense that can contain him. Tight end Travis Kelce had 119 yards on eight catches against the Raiders, while wide receiver Tyreek Hill had 83 yards and two touchdowns on seven receptions. Even for Dallas, bottling up a target like Kelce would be a tall order. The Cowboys also doesn’t have an elite pass rush, which is a plus for Mahomes and the Chiefs’ passing attack that is third in the NFL with 295.1 passing yards per game.
The Chiefs are 7-3 against the spread in their last 10 games after racking up more than 350 total yards in their last game.
The Cowboys win, 28-27.
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