Chiefs vs. Titans Point Spread: NFL Week 10 Odds, Prediction

Charlie Grant | Updated Nov 06, 2019

Damien Williams, Chiefs, 2019

Damien Williams appears to have won back the top running back spot in KC. He ran for more yards in Week 9 (125) than he had done all season (100) before that point.

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November 10, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
Nissan Stadium
Tennessee
9-7
Pointspread -6.5 -105
Moneyline -290
Over / Under o +49

87%

Betting Action

13%

Pointspread +6.5 -115
Moneyline +239
Over / Under u +49

87%

Betting Action

13%

The NFL team famous for the Music City Miracle may need another divine intervention to save its season. The Tennessee Titans are home underdogs – with or without Patrick Mahomes – this weekend against the AFC West-leading Kansas City Chiefs.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off arguably their best win of the season. As a 5.5-point underdog, KC won at home against the Minnesota Vikings. With the win, the Chiefs improve to 6-3 straight up and 5-4 against the spread.

Tennessee, on the other hand, lost its first game with Ryan Tannehill at the helm. The Titans lost 30-20 at Carolina as 3.5-point away underdogs. The club enters this weekend’s matchup with a 4-5 season record (3-5-1 ATS). 

Sports Interaction opened with the Chiefs giving 4 points, but they took the game off the board when Mahomes practiced on Wednesday. This was the first full practice for Mahomes since he dislocated his kneecap in Week 6 against Houston. 

The return of the reigning MVP will have a huge impact on this spread – although that early number appeared to be a small hedge on the possibility of Mahomes playing. 

SIA has the Chiefs as -500 favourites to win the AFC West. KC is 1.5 up on the Raiders who are priced at +700 to win the division. The Titans are last in the AFC South and paying 10/1 odds to take the division.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are enjoying playing away from Arrowhead Stadium. They’re unbeaten in four games this season (3-1 ATS), and 18-7-1 against the number in their last 26 road games.

Damien Williams appears to have won back the top running back spot in KC. He started the campaign as the team’s No. 1 RB, but lost most of his carries to LeSean McCoy. He ran for more yards in Week 9 (125) than he had done all season (100) before that point. The highlight came when he ran 91 yards to the house in the third quarter. 

Tennessee Titans

Expect the Titans to try their best to keep the KC offence off the field. The best way to achieve their goal is by giving the ball early and often to workhorse running back Derrick Henry. The Alabama alum accounts – by rushing and receiving – eight of the Titans’ 13 offensive touchdowns this season.

Who Will Win Chiefs vs. Titans?

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