The San Diego Chargers are arguably the most difficult team to handicap, posting a 2-4 ATS mark on the year, coming off a 27-21 loss to the New York Jets as one-point road favorites Sunday.
It's quite alarming that Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was held scoreless in the second half of the contest, especially when having two weeks to prepare for the game.
Kansas City will be playing with revenge in mind, falling 20-17 as 14.5-point road underdogs in San Diego in Week 3.
Bettors will notice that the Chiefs were four-point home underdogs at Arrowhead Stadium in last year's 21-14 season-opening win over the Chargers on "Monday Night Football."
Very familiar situation, but San Diego held a 389-to-197 advantage in total yards in that game.
The Chiefs will be riding in on a three-game win streak, which will draw more public wagers than usual, causing me to think twice in jumping in on the home underdog.