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Kansas City Chiefs To Reach The AFC Conference Final +145 (1u) - 5Dimes.eu

The Kansas City Chiefs are riding high entering the 2020 season, fresh off a 15-4 season (including the playoffs) and an impressive Super Bowl performance against the 49ers. If that’s not enough the Chiefs also added to their outrageous lineup this offseason and used their cap space to keep a majority of their title-winning team together. 

On the offensive side, the Chiefs averaged over 28 points per game last year, and quite honestly have not even reached their full potential. Also, adding a super talented rookie, in Clyde Edward-Helaire, to their roster of offensive weapons goes in their favor for the upcoming season as well! He’ll play alongside Wide Receivers Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson, who all should help ease the load on the rushing game. 

On the defensive side, the Chiefs were mediocre for much of last season until their team made a push late and into the playoffs, during a span in which Kansas City only allowed 16 points per game. Their defense is certainly a weak point; however, they seem to show up when it matters most and should not deter this team from making a strong playoff push. 

Additionally, the Chiefs schedule lines up well for them this season, as do their non-AFC West games, which include matchups versus the weaker AFC East and NFC South Divisions. The Chiefs are currently -400 to win the AFC West, and their division is already riddled with injuries from their main competition (the Chargers & Broncos) prior to the season even beginning. Not to mention the Chiefs are an unreal 17-3 ATS in their last 20 divisional games overall. We anticipate the Chiefs to either gain the #1 or #2 spot in the AFC playoffs this season which highly improves their chances of making it to the AFC Conference Final. 

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