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Kansas City Chiefs 44 vs Indianapolis Colts 45

Kansas City Chiefs At Indianapolis Colts - AFC Wild Card - NFL Football - 1/4/14 4:40PM
Saturday, 1/4
101 Kansas City Chiefs
-1.5 -105
-120
Ov 48 -105
102 Indianapolis Colts
+1.5 -105
+110
Un 48 -105

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Kansas City Chiefs Vs Indianapolis Colts 1-4-2014 0 views

Indianapolis is 4-0 against the spread following a win by more than 14 points

5-1 ATS in their last six home games, and 7-1 ATS against the AFC.

Kansas City is 7-1 ATS in their last eight road games

2-5 ATS following a loss, and 2-6 ATS against a team with a winning record.

The road team has covered the point spread in four of the last five meetings of these two but I don't really take that into consideration.

Even though Reggie Wayne was a huge loss, TY Hilton has stepped up as the go to receiver. I like the way those two have developed a chemistry.

These two teams met just a few weeks ago in Kansas City with the Colts dominating 23-7. Turnovers will be the key.

It will be a good game today but Andrew will show people how good he can be in crunch time. All year I have questioned the KC offense even in their 9-0 run at the beginning of the season. They have not looked like a team that can win the big game down the stretch.

Indy's defense will come up big and the offense will take care of business and I recommend INDIANAPOLIS -1 to cover the spread. GL

Edited 1/4/14 at 7:33AM by madh4ttr - No reason listed.

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Although I'm leaning that way as well, Hatter one trend bothers me. Teams that beat non-division opponents by 10+ during the regular season (Indy) are 8 - 17 ATS vs. that same team in the playoffs. GL to all.
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Some weird ass line movement in this game...

Colts 4-2 versus playoff teams, and averaged over 26.6 points per game in those games, against some solid defenses, showing they are a team that can rise to the moment, while Kansas City went 1-5 against teams that made the playoffs, beating the Eagles in week 3, and since their bye week, the last 7 weeks of the season, went just 2-5 SU, allowing at least 27 points in five of those. Indy went 5-2 over the last 7 weeks, with their only losses to playoff teams, San Diego, and Cincinnati.

Colts more battle tested team, FWIW taking them on the ML myself

Edited 1/4/14 at 3:50PM by Chico1856 - No reason listed.

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