At the onset of the season, Dallas and Kansas City were Super Bowl best bets on the future’s market. For the most part, Dallas has looked the part. The return of quarterback Dak Prescott and a revamped defense have sparked the Cowboy resurgence. Counter to that is a disappointing Chiefs team. Kansas City is paying the price for using quarterback Patrick Mahomes as a crutch. To illuminate, the Chiefs developed sloppy habits expecting Mahomes to bail them out. This has become a drag on their betting value and playoff chances.
Dallas Cowboys vs. Kansas City Chiefs Betting Information
Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs CashBet Wagering Analysis
Of course, the Cowboys are always a popular sportsbook brand as “America’s Team.” Gamblers have soured on the Chiefs for their red ink. Kansas City is no longer considered top tier in the minds of gamblers.
Cowboys on Track to Blow out NFC East
Last week Dallas beat Atlanta 43-3 as 8-point home favorites. The game went under the Betting on Super Bowl total of 55.5. As a result, the Cowboys are 7-2 straight up, 8-1 against the spread, and 5-4 over/under. Overall, the Cowboys rank 1st for total offense and 1st for scoring offense. Defensively, Dallas ranks 15th overall and 10th for points allowed.
Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes. And then Ezekiel Elliott scored twice. While Nahshon Wright recovered a blocked punt in the end zone to spark the Cowboys win. Following an ugly loss to Denver, the game was a statement maker.
Dallas defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was on the same field with the Falcons for the first time since they fired him as coach last season. Accordingly, he took breaks from his pregame workout routine in the stadium to talk to members of the Atlanta staff while also greeting Ryan and owner Arthur Blank.
To show, Quinn’s defense held the Falcons to season worsts in first downs (11) and third-down conversions (1 of 11). With 214 yards, Atlanta had just one more than its season-low.
Chiefs Try to Play Like a Team after Overreliance on Mahomes
Last week Kansas City routed the Raiders 41-14 as 2.5-point road favorites. The game went over the Super Bowl betting odds total of 53.5. As a result, Kansas City is 6-4 straight up, 3-7 against the spread, and 5-5 over/under. Overall, Kansas City ranks 4th for total offense and 10th for scoring offense. Defensively, the Chiefs rank 26th overall and 19th for points allowed.
Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs Against the Spread
On the road, Dallas is 50% against the spread. While as an underdog, the Cowboys are 69% vs. the odds. In non-conference action, Dallas is 54% against the spread.
As an away team, Dallas is 50% over/under the total. Overall, as an underdog, the Cowboys are 53% over/under the total. And in non-conference games, Dallas is 63% under the total.
At home, Kansas City is 41% against the spread. While as a favorite, the Chiefs are 48% vs. the odds. In non-conference action, Kansas City is 42% against the spread.
As a home team, the Chiefs are 56% over the total. Overall, as a favorite, the Chiefs are 52% under the total. And in non-conference games, KC is 57% under the total.
Dallas is 5-2-1 against the spread vs. Kansas City. The Cowboys and Chiefs are 2-5 over/under the total. Specifically, at Kansas City, Dallas is 1-2 vs. the odds against the Chiefs. Further, these two teams are 1-2 over/under the Super Bowl betting total at Arrowhead.
Dallas Cowboys at Kansas City Chiefs CashBet Free Pick
As mentioned earlier, Kansas City shows poor NFL gambling value at home and against Dallas.
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