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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cincinnati Bengals December 4 Betting Preview
The Kansas City Chiefs will take a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, to take on the Bengals at Paycorp Stadium at 4:25 p.m on Sunday. The Bengals are red-hot and are on a three-game win streak after defeating the Tennessee Titans last Sunday.
The Chiefs are even hotter with their five-game win streak, which they extended this past weekend against the Rams.
The Bengals came away with an important 20-16 road win against the Titans. Joe Burrow threw for 270 yards with one touchdown as he completed 22 of his 37 passes.
The teams were very identical, with the game coming down to the final possessions. Tennessee was supposed to get the ball back at the end of the game until a costly penalty on a Cincinnati field goal attempt gave the Bengals a first down to allow them to run out the clock.
The Chiefs took care of business with a 26-10 win at home against the Rams last Sunday. Patrick Mahomes threw for 320 yards, including a touchdown and a 64 percent completion percentage.
The Chiefs' defense played a great game by holding the Rams to 198 total yards despite the Rams going a perfect three for three on fourth downs.
Let's look ahead at this highly anticipated AFC matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs in a rematch of last year's AFC Championship matchup.
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Despite the Bengals getting the best of the Chiefs twice last year; once in the regular season and once in the playoffs, Cincinnati is the underdog at home on Sunday. The Chiefs are a 2.5-point favorite and have odds of (-109) to win with the spread of -2.5. At +2.5, Cincinnati has odds of (-112) to cover.
For the moneyline, the Bengals have odds of (+112), and the Chiefs have odds of (-136) to win the game outright. The over/under for total points scored in the game is set at 52.5.
Divisional Standings At A Glance
With Cincinnati's win and Baltimore's loss on Sunday, the Bengals are now tied with the Ravens for first place in the AFC North with a record of 7-4. The next closest team to the Bengals and Ravens is the Browns at 4-7 in third place. In last place, the Pittsburgh Steelers sit at 4-7.
The Chiefs are tied with the Vikings with the second-best record in the NFL and are leading the AFC with the best record in the conference. They lead the AFC West with the Los Angeles Chargers (6-5), Las Vegas Raiders (4-7), and Denver Broncos (3-8) below them.
Both the Bengals and the Chiefs are in the playoffs, with the Chiefs close to clinching a playoff spot.
The Bengals still have work to do to keep their playoff hopes alive, as they are currently the sixth team in the AFC. They are just ahead of the Patriots and Chargers, who are 6-5.
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