Monday Bets: Andy Dalton’s Opportunity; Chiefs’ Struggles

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Before today’s Monday doubleheader, Chiefs-Bills and Cowboys-Cardinals, sign up for the FanDuel Sportsbook here.

Let’s look at the best bets:

Bills +5.5

Last week, I saw this line and thought it’d for sure be bet down. It wasn’t.

The Bills shouldn’t be 5.5 underdogs at home against any team.

As I’ve been saying, and no one else will, Kansas City has just been okay this season.

This afternoon, the rain is going to be a factor, which strongly favors the Bills’ style of play. A wet football is a win for defenses and running attacks. Kansas City struggles in both areas. Buffalo does not.

Pick: Bills cover and win, 27-21.

Andy Dalton Passing TDs: 1.5

Take the over.

Andy Dalton isn’t Dak Prescott, but he is a serviceable starter. Dallas’ weapons are too much for an Arizona defense moving in the wrong direction.

Tonight, Dalton impresses with not two but three touchdowns.

Pick: Over -184.

Winning Margin

The Cowboys win tonight.

I’m leaning toward 7 to 12 at +550.

Arizona has issues on both sides, and the Cowboys are riding an emotional high after last week. Mike McCarthy is a horrible coach though.

1 to 6 is at +360 seems safer.

Pick: Cowboys win by 1 to 6, +360.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack is a writer for OutKick where he reports and analyzes the latest topics in media, culture, sports, and politics..

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  1. Your right Dalton isn’t Prescott i say hes possibly better his resume sure looks a lot better bunch of 10 win season on a lousy team he is more than capable.

  2. Bobby,

    We understand you don’t like the Chiefs.

    But do you like looking like a clown?

    How many times to the Chiefs have to embarrass you?

    ‘Chiefs haven’t been very good’


    5-1 with multiple score wins covering the spread against Ravens, Bills, Texans and Patriots.

    If that’s ‘not very good’ then what does that make you?


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