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Kansas City Chiefs vs Tennessee Titans prediction

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Semi-final meeting for the AFC Championship between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tennessee Titans.

The Chiefs had their ups and downs during the regular season but near the start of the playoffs the team improved in scoring.

The Texans had a 0-24 lead and three quick TDs, but it was not enough. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs then scored six consecutive TD's, the final score was 51-31 for a record-breaking 82 points.

The Chiefs are just one more step away from the Superbowl and the general public opinion is that Andy Reid is going to take that trophy no matter who he will face there (49ers most likely).

A lot of people are overlooking the Tennessee Titans and not giving them a slighest chance, people are greatly mistaken there.

The Titans already beat the Chiefs during the regular NFL season 35-32. People are seriously overlooking a team that beat the Chiefs, blew out the Texans in what was a must win situation to reach the wild-card, then stopped Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, and then, decimated the biggest hype job in form of the Baltimore Ravens and MVP QB Lamar Jackson.

This team can greatly endanger the Kansas City Chiefs and score close to 30 again.

Kansas City Chiefs run defense ranks 26th and they are horrible in stopping RBs. Biggest strength for the visitors? Running the ball through Henry.

The Titans pass defense is very bad, they finished 24th. Biggest strength for the Chiefs is their elite passing through Mahomes.

As you can see, both teams have clear arguments to score and therefore a high scoring fixture on paper is expected.

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Kansas City Chiefs vs Tennessee Titans betting tips

over 52 (Stake: 10)

Odds: 1.95 at Pinnacle

Result: 35-24 WON (+9.5 units)

The betting odds are from the time when the article was published and are subject to change. Kansas City Chiefs vs Tennessee Titans match preview represents the personal opinion of the author (AgainstThePublic). The predictions are verified and provided in good faith, but no earnings are guaranteed. Please play responsibly.

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Comments (1)
Jed
Keep in mind that everytime they run the Ball the clock is moving. If Tennessee gets the lead they will simply let the clock run down.
Under sure thing here
01/19/2020 - 18:43
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