Chiefs Remain Perfect Against the Spread Despite Loss to Patriots
The Kansas City Chiefs may have lost to the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football, but they still cashed tickets for bettors.
Kansas City closed as a 4-point underdog to New England, meaning it covered the spread in its 43-40 loss, improving to 6-0 against the spread (ATS) on the season.
The Chiefs have already provided a nice profit of +5.86 units through six weeks, meaning bettors blindly wagering $100 on them each game would have already secured a nice profit of $586.
At 4-1 ATS, the Detroit Lions have the second-best against-the-spread record this season, followed by the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns, who all check in at 4-2 ATS.
On the other end of the spectrum, the Houston Texans have been the worst bet this season at 1-5 ATS, losing 4.06 units for bettors.
For a complete rundown of NFL ATS records, please visit The Action Network’s ATS standings page.
Kansas City is currently a 5.5-point home favorite against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7.
This article was originally posted on ActionNetwork.com by PJ Walsh. Sports Insights is part of The Action Network.