Patrick Mahomes has missed the last two games of the Kansas City Chiefs but is reportedly nearing a return. He can be back on the field as soon as Week 10 against the Tennessee Titans, who would rather see Matt Moore directing traffic for the Chiefs’ offense than the league MVP. The Chiefs and the Titans are +550 and +12500 to win Super Bowl 54, respectively.
Betting Preview for the Kansas City Chiefs vs Tennessee Titans NFL Regular Season Week10 Game on November 10, 2019
Where: Nissan Stadium, Nashville
When: Sunday, November 10, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: NBC
Betting on the Kansas City Chiefs (6-3)
The Chiefs survived the Minnesota Vikings at home last Sunday, 26-23, to set themselves up well for the looming return of reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes. The star quarterback is slated to return to action in Week 10 after missing two games due to a gruesome-looking injury he sustained in Week 7’s win over the Denver Broncos on the road. Moore covered well enough for Mahomes to lead the team to a win in Week 9, but he was an adventure too for the Chiefs, as he committed two fumbles (both recovered) and got sacked five times for a loss of 45 yards. Mahomes’ return should boost the Chiefs’ offense overall, though, Tyreek Hill didn’t really need a superstar QB to come up with 140 receiving yards and a touchdown on six receptions in the Vikings game. The Chiefs have a plethora of talent downfield starting with Hill along with Sammy Watkins, Demarcus Robinson, and Travis Kelce, who will all be a handful as a unit for a Titans defense that was embarrassed by Kyle Allen last Sunday.
The Chiefs are 5-5 against the spread (ATS) in their last 10 games overall.
Betting on the Tennessee Titans (4-5)
Just when it looked like the Titans have looked stable on offense with Ryan Tannehill running things under center, they were sent back down to earth hard by the Carolina Panthers in a 30-20 loss on the road. The Titans took a long time to heat up on offense, as they entered the halftime with zero points. Tannehill finished with 331 passing yards on 27-of-39 completions and a touchdown against two interceptions. He was also sacked four times for a loss of 21 yards. Many were confused about why the Titans gave running back Derrick Henry just two carries in the first half, so expect Tennessee to give the hulking tailback more work early in the Titans matchup against Kansas City. Running the ball down Kansas City’s throat looks like a great idea for the Titans, as the Chiefs are fourth-worst in the NFL against the run.
The Titans are 2-0 ATS in their last two games at home.
The Chiefs win, 26-20.
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