bet365 Offers NFL Odds and Preview for Bills vs. Chiefs Game on Dec. 10

The Buffalo Bills will take on the Kansas City Chiefs in a match with huge AFC playoff implications. Despite being 6-6, the Bills are only 1-point road underdogs. Both teams have won thrilling games in both the post-season and regular season. The Bills need to win four of their final five games to reach the playoffs and have the fifth-toughest remaining schedule in the AFC. The Chiefs, on the other hand, are looking to secure the top seed in the conference. The Chiefs have won recent playoff games between these squads, while the Bills have won two of the last three regular-season matchups. However, questions about both Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen are swirling around each of these teams. The line reflects the fact the Chiefs will be without one of their leading playmakers, running back Isiah Pacheco, who has been dealing with a shoulder injury since last week’s game. The Chiefs are coming off a tough road loss in Green Bay. The Bills, however, are better than their record indicates and rank fourth in the NFL in offensive EPA and 11th in defensive EPA. The Chiefs, despite recent struggles, have been a formidable team. Mahomes appeared on the Chiefs’ injury report with a pectoral issue, sparking speculation about his health. This game might not be a must-win for K.C., but it would certainly hurt to lose a second straight game in which they are favoured. The Bills have the NFL’s eighth-ranked pass defence, with an average of 203.3 passing yards allowed per game. Both Allen and Mahomes have had issues with interceptions this season. Allen rushed for 81 yards against the Eagles and will be aware of K.C.’s issues stopping the run game. The weather is expected to be favorable, with temperatures of about 4 C and moderate winds of about 14 km/h and no precipitation in the forecast. The Chiefs are 4-2 against the spread at home this season. The Bills might have more motivation given their precarious playoff positioning, but they remain banged up and the Chiefs are dominant at home.