TOM STRYKER’S FREE FOOTTBALL SELECTION SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH
#470 KANSAS CITY (-7) over Green Bay at 4:25 PM EST
Without the services of QB1 Aaron Rodgers (COVID-19), Green Bay will have a difficult time trading punches with Kansas City. The Chiefs have failed to cover in two straight games and, on a head-scratching 4-15 ATS run in their last 19 battles, head coach Andy Reid’s troops will finally cash a ticket here.
This is actually a solid wagering spot for Kaycee. At home checking in with confidence off a straight up win, the Chiefs hold a respectable 56-27 SU and 48-33-2 ATS mark provided their opponent sports a team won/loss percentage of .501 or better. As long as neither team is rested, this technical situation jumps to a profitable 52-20 SU and 44-26-2 ATS including an elite 36-13 SU and 31-17-1 ATS provided their opponent takes the field off a straight up win. Also, when hosting a foe that played on the road in their last battle, Kansas City owns a cool 15-1 SU and 10-6 ATS mark.
Surprisingly, Green Bay has a history of struggling at this time of the year. In their last 35 November games, the Packers hold a stunning 12-22-1 SU and 11-23-1 ATS record including a horrible 3-8 SU and 1-9-1 ATS if they take the field off battle with steam off a SU and ATS win. Also, in the second of two or more road games, the Cheeseheads hold a weak 5-11 SU and ATS tally in their last 16 tries including a jaw-dropping 1-9 SU and ATS if their opponent enters off a straight up victory.
With second-year quarterback Jordan Love getting a rare start, the Packers seven-game winning streak will come to an end. Take Kansas City. Thanks and best of luck, Tom.
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