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t has been a rough two-game stretch for the Kansas City Chiefs (4-2) as they dropped both games at home. They will have to find a way to end those struggles on the road against their bitter AFC West rivals, the Denver Broncos (2-4). Kickoff is at 7:20 PM Central Time on Fox, or you can watch the live stream on FuboTV.

Chiefs vs. Broncos: Betting Odds and Lines
Surprisingly, Kansas City is listed as a road favorite this week, with the spread holding steady at -3. Considering the critical injuries plaguing the Chiefs and their recent struggles at home, expecting them to win on the road in their division shows a lot of confidence by the oddsmaker.

The over/under line is down a bit, though, reflecting the fact the Chiefs have averaged just 18.5 points a game the past two weeks. That number sits at 48.5, courtesy of The Action Network.

The Chiefs average 28.7 points a game (fourth in the NFL) and generate 422 yards a game (third). The Broncos are in the bottom quarter in offense, averaging 17.7 points (24th) and 336.2 yards (25th).

On defense, however, Kansas City has allowed the 12th most points with 24 a game while Denver has only allowed 17.7, the 26th most. Those numbers are even more pronounced in yardage. Kansas City allows 406.2 yards on average (sixth-most) and Denver just 307.8, fourth-fewest in the league.

Something will have to give for the Chiefs to win and for both teams to clear the over/under. The money says the Chiefs will cover as 78 percent of the money is on Kansas City.

The Chiefs came in with the No. 1 defense in the NFL, leading the league in sacks, points per game and turnovers forced. They didn't sack Peyton Manning a single time in this game (barely even touched him), allowed 15 more points than their season average and forced just one turnover.

All of the talk leading into this game was about Manning's injured ankle. It's safe to say that it was typical overblown jargon by the media to cause more fuss than needed.

It proved the Chiefs are a good team. But it proved the Broncos are better. The Broncos will visit Arrowhead to face the Chiefs for the second in three weeks in Week 13.

In the meantime, the Broncos visit Foxboro to play the New England Patriots in Week 12, while the Chiefs go back to Arrowhead to play the San Diego Chargers next Sunday