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FanDuel Illinois NFL Week 6 Best Bet
Kansas City Chiefs vs Buffalo Bills
The Kansas City Chiefs (4-1) head to Buffalo to take on the Bills (4-1) on Monday 5:00 PM EST in the first game of a double-header. Both team are coming off of their first losses of the season. The Chiefs lost to divisional rival Las Vegas Raiders 40-32. The Bills were defeated by the Tennessee Titans with relative ease, losing 42-16.
The Chiefs snapped their 13-game win streak last week against Las Vegas. The Raiders had their best game of the season and essentially a flawless game outside of one interception. Punting just twice in the game, the Raiders still only managed a one-score victory. There should be no panic in Chiefs’ land as they are still clearly one of the best, if not the best, teams in the league. A small hiccup against a division rival who played what will likely be their best game of the year is nothing to worry about.
For the Bills, however, the story is a little different. Losing to the Titans, who are undefeated and coming off of an AFC Championship Game appearance last season, is nothing to be ashamed of either. How they lost, that’s a different story. The Bills were essentially out of this game at halftime the way both teams were playing. Josh Allen threw two picks and was trying to force the ball into Stefon Diggs all night.
Buffalo’s four wins were a 10-point victory against the league-worst Jets (at home), a three-point win on the road against a rollercoaster team in the Miami Dolphins, a three-point win at home against the L.A. Rams and a seven-point win against Las Vegas. The Titans were the best team Buffalo has seen so far this season, although the Rams are solid, and they were destroyed. It only gets tougher this week as they take on the Chiefs.
As long as the Chiefs can stop Diggs, Allen is going to have a rough day passing. It is clear Diggs is his go-to-guy and he tries to hard at times to feed him the ball. Kansas City struggled against the run but the Bills struggle equally to run themselves. Keeping Allen from running is also going to be a key in this game for Kansas City.
Patrick Mahomes should have a big day against the Bills’ 24th-ranked pass defense. This Bills defense is not as good as expected this season and their offense isn’t diverse enough for them to keep up with a team like Kansas City. The Chiefs should bounce back with a win and a cover in this game while Buffalo slowly starts to panic as their schedule gets tougher throughout the rest of the season.