Eagles vs. Chiefs Free Pick September 17, 2017

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Eagles vs. Chiefs Free Pick September 17, 2017

Opening Lines: O/U: 47.5 / KC -4
Kick Off: 1:00 PM ET

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We tend to think of the Kansas City offense as a sluggish one; what it’s been for the majority of the time that Andy Reid and Alex Smith have spent together as a coach/quarterback duo.  But that public perception is flat out wrong, as clearly evidenced by KC’s explosive production against the Patriots in their Week 1 road win.

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KC hung 42 points and 537 yards on the Pats in Foxboro, with both Tyreek Hill and Kareem Hunt showing all kinds of big play, quick strike potential.  And KC has now produced four TD’s or more in five of their last seven regular season games; an under-rated offense.

The Eagles are at their weakest defensively in the secondary, a stop unit that is clearly vulnerable to big plays.  Three different Redskins receivers catching passes of 28 yards or longer last week.  Starting cornerback Ronald Darby will be out for at least a month and safety Corey Graham is very questionable for Sunday.  No surprise here if we see another ‘surprisingly’ strong offensive showing from the Chiefs in their home opener at Arrowhead.

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But the Eagles offense is no joke.  Carson Wentz completed passes to eight different receivers last week, showing Philly’s diversity of weapons.  The Eagles offensive line is healthy, with tackle Jason Peters upgraded to probable.  And KC has all kinds of injury problems on the defensive side of the football.  The headliner, of course, is the Eric Berry injury, but it’s certainly not the only one.  Andy Reid is dealing with cluster injuries in his back seven, opening the door for what should be a wild, high scoring shootout.  Take the Over!

The Pick: OVER 47 (-110)