Week 5 is set to kick off as it’s Broncos vs. Chiefs on Thursday Night Football.
Two AFC West division rivals take the field tonight for Week 6 of the NFL on Thursday Night Football. Both teams find themselves on opposite ends of the division standings, but as is always the case, a divisional game can bring one or more surprises.
We have a spicy Same Game Parlay for anyone looking to bet on the Broncos vs. Chiefs tonight.
Broncos vs. Chiefs: Week 6 info
Date: Thursday, October 12th
Time: 8:20 PM ET
Location: GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
TV channel: Amazon Prime, NFL Gamepass (DAZN)
NFL Week 6 odds: Broncos vs. Chiefs
Spread: Denver Broncos +11 | Kansas City Chiefs -11
Moneyline: Denver Broncos +455 | Kansas City Chiefs -625
Total: Over/Under 47
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Isiah Pacheco Over 75.5 Rushing Yards: -125
Kansas City Chiefs running back Isiah Pacheco has been a solid contributor to the KC offense all season long, averaging 65 yards a game on the ground. Against the Denver Broncos, Pacheco finds perhaps his easiest challenge yet as the Broncos lead the league in rushing yards allowed to running backs per game, allowing an incredible 165.7 yards per game.
In a contest that is not expected to be particularly close, Pacheco will have ample opportunity to break the 75-yard mark.
Russell Wilson Under 218.5 Passing Yards: -115
There have been very few bright spots this season. Even the brightest have been more of a faint glimmer than truly bright. That describes what Broncos fans have seen this season from Russell Wilson. He hasn’t been particularly good, but he’s been better than he was during the 2022 campaign. Wilson is on pace to throw for over 4,000 yards for the first time since 2020, and his touchdown to interception ratio of 5.5 is his best since 2019. Be that as it may, Wilson’s statistical improvement has yet to lead to wins.
The Kansas City Chiefs defense, meanwhile, has allowed the fifth-fewest passing yards in the entire NFL. It will be no easy task for Willson even to break the 200-yard mark, let alone hit the over.
Over 47 Total Points: -110
While the Chiefs’ defense has been stoic this season, their offense continues to have explosive potential week in and week out. The NFL’s ninth-best scoring offense will be facing the league’s worst defense and may honestly come close to the 47 mark all on their own.
If the Broncos can even reach double digits, this game could hit the over comfortably.
Jerrick McKinnon Anytime TD: +265
In case it hasn’t been made brutally clear by this point, the Denver Broncos boast the worst defense in the entire NFL. They have been an offense’s dream matchup all season long, especially for running backs. Denver has not only allowed the most rushing yards in the league to running backs, but they’re allowing a combined 3.3 touchdowns a game to backs, over two on the ground and another through the air each game.
Jerick McKinnon has rarely heard his name called this season, but much like his Week 3 appearance against the Chicago Bears, he may have the opportunity to shine this Thursday night.
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