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Vegas isn't giving us a lot of room to work with this week. Kansas City is only a three-point favorite on the road. However, the Chiefs have lost three straight games after starting the season 9-0, and the Redskins will have an opportunity to take advantage of a very good defense that hasn't quite played up to par since the bye week.
Through their first nine games, the Chiefs defense allowed more than 100 rushing yards in a game only four times. Since then, they've allowed more than 100 rushing yards in each of their last three.
Through their first nine games, the Chiefs' season-high for passing yards allowed in a single game was 283 to Cleveland in Week 8. During the last three weeks, the Chiefs have allowed passing totals of 323, 387 and 403.
Perhaps most importantly, the Chiefs have just three turnovers since their bye week, which comes following an average of 2.5 per game en route to their nine consecutive wins to start the season.
The Redskins offensive rankings are a bit skewed given the team only has three wins on the year. However, if the stars align, the wind blows at just the right speed and the ocean's tides shift accordingly, this Washington offense has the potential and ability to score points. Even on Kansas City's defense.