Chiefs looking to maintain their recent dominance over the Broncos

Kansas City has won its last 11 meetings against Denver, including seven with Patrick Mahomes as its quarterback.

The Kansas city chiefs and Denver Broncos They close the Sunday day of the Week 13 with a key duel in the race for the AFC West.

Kansas city has recently dominated the rivalry, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who has never lost as a starter to Denver.

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These are the data you should know about the duel between Broncos and Chiefs:

  • They have met 121 times in the regular season (Chiefs lead the series 67-54).

  • Broncos have 11 consecutive defeats against the Chiefs. His last win was on September 17, 2015 by 31-24.

  • If Teddy Bridgewater completes at least 70 percent of his passes against Chiefs, will join Peyton Manning as the only quarterbacks of the Broncos with six games in a single season reaching that percentage.

  • Chiefs has accumulated five straight home games scoring less than 25 points (it is his longest streak with Patrick Mahomes as his starting quarterback).

  • Andy Reid is 19-3 (.864) as head coach after his bye week. That mark is the best for a head coach since 1990 with at least 10 games after his bye week.

  • Patrick Mahomes is 7-0 in his career against Broncos. That ties the fourth-most wins without a loss for a quarterback against divisional opponents since 1970.

The guide to betting on the match between Denver and Kansas city:

  • Teddy Bridgewater is 19-3 against the line (ATS) in his career as an underdog (10-12 straight). They are 15-1 ATS on the road underdog by at least three points.

  • This is the second largest difference as underprivileged for Denver this season. In Week 9, Denver surprised the Dallas cowboys as a disadvantaged visitor by 10 points.

  • Nine of the 11 matches of Denver they have ended in casualties this season.

  • Kansas city They are 1-5 ATS at home this season, tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the worst coverage percentage at home this season.

  • Kansas city has covered eight of their last 10 games against Denver.

  • Kansas city He is 12-8 ATS against AFC West rivals when Patrick Mahomes starts.

  • Andy Reid is 14-8 ATS in his career after his break, but just 1-3 ATS in the past four seasons.