Kelso Chiefs-Patriots SNF Highlights 2-0 Sunday
Chiefs-Patriots Sunday Night NFL Battle Highlights 2-0 Day
A Little Bit Of The Truth Will Be Revealed Tonight When The Unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs (5-0) Take On Patriots (3-2) In Test Of AFC Supremacy On This 2-0 Sunday
Are the Kansas City Chiefs - 5-0 straight up and against the spread - the best team in the American Football Conference, or does that honor still fall on the New England Patriots (3-2 SU and ATS)? Although one game does not a season make, we will know a lot more about the status of these two obviously powerful teams when the final gun is sounded.
New England crushed the Indianapolis Colts (1-4), 38-24, and the Miami Dolphins (3-2), 38-7, in its last two starts after opening the season 1-2. The Chiefs have had the pedal to the metal from the get-go, opening the season as an underdog in its first two games but still won at the Los Angeles Chargers (3-2), 38-28, and at the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2-1), 42-37. Those victories were followed by a, 38-27, home win over the San Francisco 49ers (1-4) another road win, at Denver (2-3), 27-23) and last week at home a 30-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2).
The teams have faced one common opponent—Jacksonville—and New England lost that road game, 31-20, as a 1-point favorite.
Tonight, we also will be able to witness the old vs. the new at the quarterback spots. New England will again be led by 41-year-old Tom Brady, a veteran superstar who is in his 19th season and who owns two Super Bowl rings. Leading the Chiefs will be 23-year-old Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) who is in just his second year in the NFL but who has been, by far, the most impressive player thus far in the 2018 season.
There is also the element of revenge as a handicapping factor. Last season the Chiefs opened the season at New England and, as an 8-point underdog, buried the Patriots, 42-27.
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