BetQL preview: What are the odds Chiefs beat Bengals?

Kansas City looks to get revenge on Burrow, Cats
Mahomes Photo credit Getty Images

The Kansas City Chiefs (15-3 SU, 6-11-1 ATS, 8-10 O/U) will take on their newest rivals in the Cincinnati Bengals (15-4 SU, 13-5-1 ATS, 7-11-1 O/U) in a clash for a trip to the Super Bowl. BetQL has all the projections, best bets and keys to victory you need to start making a profit while watching Kansas City try to get some revenge from last year’s championship loss to Cincy.

BetQL is giving the Chiefs a 67.06% chance to win this game outright and projects them to win 25 to 21. As a result, the model is listing the Chiefs (-1) as a four-star value (out of five) and under 47 total points as a two-star value at the time of this writing. You can find much more info on BetQL’s game page, including live odds and corresponding best bets.

In a rematch of the 2021 AFC Championship game, the Chiefs will look to reverse history and beat the Bengals for the first time since Joe Burrow took over as the starting QB of the cats. It’s hard to believe that Patrick Mahomes is 0-4 against Burrow, but that is the case, and every great QB has his rival. We thought that was Josh Allen, but perhaps Burrow is the guy who will give Mahomes his greatest challenge over his career. Whatever the case, we should be in for a great game between two very good QB’s, very good coaches and very good teams.However, there is a great trend that favors KC here:

Andy Reid is 14-1 ATS after 2 consecutive games with a turnover margin of +2 or better while coaching Kansas City.

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