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We also have a free pick on the Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.5) to Kansas City. One of the weapons in our arsenal is a competitor consensus. If we have a lean one way and one of the few sports services or sources we respect has a big pick on a certain side, we pass along as a competitor consensus.
A couple of opinions we respect are on the Steelers and we had several metrics pointing that way as well. Of the three units in football: offense, defense, and special teams, the latter is more fluid and open to random chance.
The Chiefs special teams have been their best unit so far. The offensive line has struggled. Alex Smith was sacked three times last week and heavily pressured the rest of the night notes sports betting expert.
Dwayne Bowe is the only quality receiver they have. Nobody else can get consistent separation. Smith was acquired because he was the best QB available, not because he fits well into new Chiefs head coach Andy Reid’s system. Smith does best in ball-control, run-first offenses. That is not how Reid rolls.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin expressed urgency for this game saying, “There’s a little edge to our preparation this week.”
Guard Ramon Foster said the team’s uninspired performance has created a sense of urgency. “We’ve done some things that are uncharacteristic of us,” he said. “We aren’t angry, but we want to be on all cylinders. We know we are better, so we’re practicing like it. It’ll show up in the game.”
Though we are not optimistic about the Steelers regular season, they are the better team and week 3 NFLX home field advantage is at least three-points. So the line does not reflect the better team, the good fortune of KC on special teams or an enhanced importance on the home team to show some very positive results. Lay the lumber with the Steelers.
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