Bookies beware of this year’s Kansas City Chiefs ahead of their big debut game for Week 1 of the 2017 NFL against the New England Patriots. Unless the Pats crush teams as they did last year, the books will be doing everything possible to shade the line in New England’s favor for most games this season. We are seeing no shading on the Week 1 line, however, as this one should be 7.5. The Pats demolished the books last season with their 13-3 record Against The Spread. Books will require the service of a top notch Pay Per Head. Gambling911.com illustrates the benefits below.
Alex Smith Threw the Ball Down the Field
Against the 49ers Friday night, Alex Smith silenced critics who say he doesn’t throw down the field enough. Smith did just that with his first play, a 32-yard pass to Tyreek Hill.
Pete Sweeney of Arrowhead Pride writes:
The best version of Alex Smith is dual-threat Alex Smith, and he lost that edge a bit last year when he only rushed for 134 yards after setting a career high with 498 in 2015.
Smith’s speed is comparable to that of the Russell Wilsons and Cam Newtons of the world, and when opposing defenses need to be worried about that, there’s a better chance for receivers to become open.
Running Alex is the best Alex, and I hope this is a sign of things to come.
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