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2* PLAY #101 DENVER (+) over Kansas City at 8:25 PM EST

To say that Denver has been a thorn in Kansas City’s side would be an understatement. The Broncos have posted a solid 18-8 SU and 15-10-1 ATS record in the previous 26 meetings with the Chiefs including 6-0 SU and 4-2 ATS in the last six. With a defense that gave Baltimore all kinds of fits last Sunday, the Orange Crush will be worth a look here too especially as an underdog.

Sporting a decent 16-6 SU and 14-8 ATS in its last 22 on foreign soil, Denver has worn the “road warrior” label proudly. In this role coming off a non-division contest, the Broncos have been lights out piling up an eye-popping 13-1 SU and 12-2 ATS record including a perfect 10-0 SU and ATS in this setting lined up against a division foe. The Orange Crush’s run has been an impressive one as well. In its last 49 games, Denver has put together a solid 39-10 SU and 28-19-2 ATS record including 31-5 SU and 25-10-1 provided its opponent does not take the field off a blowout win of 10 points or more.

Surprisingly, Kansas City has experienced a little bit of trouble at Arrowhead Stadium lately. In their last 64 games at home the Chiefs are just 25-39 SU and 26-38 ATS including a jaw-dropping 13-36 SU and 14-34 ATS if Kaycee is priced between -6.5 and +9. Home favorite roles haven’t been kind to the Chiefs either. In fact, in their own backyard priced as chalk of -6.5 or less, Kansas City owns an ugly 3-16 ATS mark including a nasty 1-9 SU and ATS in their last 10 in this spot lined up against an AFC West opponent.

In last week’s 19-13 home win over the Ravens, the Broncos low-octane offense chewed up just 219 total yards and scored no offensive touchdowns. Orange Crush Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning didn’t like having to answer all the questions from the critics this week about the O’s problems. Manning will come out firing and running backs C.J. Anderson and Ronnie Hillman will get into a groove too in this minor upset. Take Denver. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.