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    The Kansas City Chiefs (3-0) (1-0 Away)



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    The Detroit
    Lions (2-0-1) (1-0 @ Home)



    Sunday, September 30, 12:00PM CT
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    Weather forecast:
    Perfect. No winds.

    Line: Chiefs -7, Over/Under: 54.5

    Trends:

    Chiefs:
    Kansas City are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 8 of Kansas City's last 11 games.
    Kansas City are 5-1 SU in their last 6 games.
    Kansas City are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games against Detroit.
    Kansas City are 5-2 SU in their last 7 games against Detroit.
    The total has gone OVER in 6 of Kansas City's last 7 games on the road.
    Kansas City are 2-4 SU in their last 6 games when playing on the road against Detroit.
    Kansas City are 1-4-1 ATS in their last 6 games against an opponent in the NFC conference.
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Kansas City's last 7 games against an opponent in the NFC North division.
    Kansas City are 10-0 ATS in their last 10 games played in September.

    Lions:
    Detroit are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games.
    The total has gone UNDER in 8 of Detroit's last 10 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 7 of Detroit's last 7 games against Kansas City.
    The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Detroit's last 6 games at home.
    Detroit are 4-2 SU in their last 6 games when playing at home against Kansas City.
    Detroit are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games against an opponent in the AFC conference.
    The total has gone OVER in 10 of Detroit's last 14 games against an opponent in the AFC West division.
    Detroit are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games played in September.
    Detroit are 5-12 SU in their last 17 games when playing as the underdog.

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    Last 6 Games Head-2-Head:


    OddsShark Super Computer Prediction:
    Chiefs 23.7
    Lions 24.3


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    “It felt like [the defense was making progress] at the end of the first half last week. The second half was a little different.

    As a staff, as a group of players and coaches, we're still trying to figure out what it is we do best, who fits where. There is still a little bit of that going on and throughout the season we'll be doing that."
    --Chiefs Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo

    Lions:

    “To me, Tom Brady is going to be the best ever for my whole life, that's just how it is. But the way Pat's going, he's going to break every record in NFL history if he keeps this up. I love it, though. A Texas guy and I always brag about Texas football in here, so, you know, I'm cool with that. As long as it's not against us."
    --Lions Safety Quandre Diggs
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    Injury Report:


    Eric Fisher T Groin
    OUT
    Damien Williams
    RB Knee
    OUT
    Tyreek Hill
    WR Shoulder
    OUT
    Chad Henne
    QB Ankle
    IR
    Marcus Kemp
    WR Knee
    IR
    Breeland Speaks
    LB Knee
    IR


    Rashaan Melvin CB Knee
    Probable
    Christian Jones
    LB Wrist
    Probable
    Danny Amendola
    WR Chest
    Questionable
    Matthew Stafford
    QB Hip
    Questionable
    Darius Slay
    CB Hamstring
    Questionable
    Da'Shawn
    Hand DE Elbow
    Questionable
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    DT Foot
    OUT
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    WR Leg
    IR
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    IR
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    WR Leg
    PUP (physically Unable to Perform)
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    Team Leaders:

    Chiefs



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    Expert's Picks:


    Prisco's Pick:

    This is a game between two
    undefeated teams as well.
    The Lions do have a tie, but
    they are off to a good start.
    The Chiefs have already won
    two road games, so they can
    handle the road. Their players
    will look even faster here in
    this one. The Chiefs roll up
    another big number with
    Patrick Mahomes.




    Chiefs 34

    Lions 24
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    Chiefs vs. Lions: Game Preview
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    Saturday, Sep 28, 2019 10:26 AM
    Matt McMullen
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    Things have gone pretty well through three weeks for the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Quarterback Patrick Mahomes is leading the NFL in nearly every passing statistic, the offense is already breaking records and, most importantly, the record is a perfect 3-0.

    The Chiefs are one of just three teams in the AFC without a loss so far – marking their third-straight season with an unblemished record through three weeks – and they’ll be looking to make it 4-0 this Sunday with a bout against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.

    It’s been four years since Kansas City last took the field against the Lions, doing so across the pond at Wembley Stadium in London. The Chiefs were struggling headed into that game as losers of five straight, but interestingly enough - following a 35-point victory - no team has won more games than the Chiefs (46) league-wide since that game.



    Kansas City will look to keep that unprecedented run of success going on Sunday against a Lions’ team that has also yet to lose this season, with victories over the Los Angeles Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles to go along with a tie in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals.

    The man commanding the offense through each of those contests has been veteran quarterback Matthew Stafford, who has spent over a decade in the Motor City after the Lions made the University of Georgia product the first overall pick in the draft back in 2009.



    Stafford owns a 97.5 passer rating this season, tossing six touchdowns to two interceptions while leading a fourth-quarter comeback in each of the Lions’ last two games. The passing totals aren’t quite as high over the last couple years as they used to be – he ranked second in the NFL in passing yards between 2011 and 2017 - but Stafford is still more than capable of executing an offense at a high level.

    “He has 11 years of experience and he’s a heck of a player,” said Head Coach Andy Reid. “He was a really good player coming out of college and he’s worked through all of the different things that have happened there. He has a great head coach and offensive coordinator now, and he’s playing good football.”



    It’s worth mentioning that Stafford was a late addition to the injury report (hip) on Friday and is listed as questionable heading into Sunday’s contest. His status will be a major storyline to watch prior to the game as the next man up on Detroit’s depth chart is rookie signal caller David Blough, who has yet to appear in an NFL game.

    Regardless, whoever suits up at quarterback will have pass-catchers Marvin Jones Jr. (15 catches for 200 yards and 1 touchdown), Kenny Golladay (14 catches for 176 yards and 2 touchdowns) and T.J. Hockenson (8 catches for 139 yards and 1 touchdown) at their disposal with second-year tailback Kerryon Johnson – who averaged 5.4 yards per rush just a year ago – handling the bulk of the carries on the ground.



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    The Lions also feature veteran wide receiver Danny Amendola on offense (11 catches for 141 yards and 1 touchdown), but his availability is in question as he battles a chest injury.

    It’s an offense that has some playmakers, but perhaps the Lions’ most significant contributor of late has been the collective performance of the offensive line, which hasn’t yielded a sack in either of Detroit’s last two games.

    It’s a streak the Chiefs’ pass-rush will be looking to end on Sunday after sacking Baltimore Ravens’ quarterback Lamar Jackson three times last week with contributions from defensive end Frank Clark, defensive tackle Chris Jones and defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah among others.

    Ogbah, in particular, was central to that success, tallying nine pressures all by himself while continuing what’s been a strong start to his first season in Kansas City.

    “I'd say this about Emmanuel: all he's done is come in here and do everything that we've asked him to do to the best of his ability,” said Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach Brendan Daly. “He showed a little bit of toughness by battling through some injury issues during the training camp portion of things that came up from time-to-time. I thought that he did a great job handling them, but it affected his performance to a degree. I think he’s through some of that now and we're seeing a little bit closer to what his physical tools and abilities are."



    Ogbah and the rest of the Chiefs’ defense will look to slow down the Lions’ attack and get the ball back in the hands of Mahomes and company, who have collectively been settling the league ablaze offensively.

    Mahomes currently leads the NFL in passing yards (1,195), touchdowns (10), yards-per-attempt (10.5) and passer rating (134.9) without turning the ball over once. In fact, with 363 yards through the air on Sunday, Mahomes could set the all-time record for passing yards through the first four games of a season.

    That may sound like a lot, but amazingly, Mahomes hasn’t thrown for less than 370 yards in any game this season while distributing the ball to pass-catchers Sammy Watkins (311 yards), Travis Kelce (284 yards), Demarcus Robinson (215 yards) and Mecole Hardman (158 yards).

    The Chiefs are the only team in the league to feature four or more players with 150+ receiving yards this season, and they’ve all combined to haul in a league-leading 14 passing plays of 25+ yards.



    That group will be going against a Detroit defense that ranks in the middle of the pack so far this season (20.3 points allowed per game) but has excelled in seizing opportunities, especially in last week’s victory over Philadelphia.

    “They played physical football, they played a lot of man coverage, they got up in [the quarterback’s] face and they stopped the run game for the most part,” Mahomes said. “I think the biggest thing they did against the Eagles was that they capitalized on turnovers and I think that’s a big thing they focus on, trying to get the ball out - whether its interceptions or stripping the ball - so we’re going to try to protect the ball and move it down the field.”

    The Lions have forced four turnovers in the last two weeks, and in last Sunday’s victory, the points they tallied off those takeaways ended up being the difference in the game.

    Detroit could be without a key member of that defense, however, in cornerback Darius Slay, who is dealing with a hamstring injury and is questionable for the contest. Slay is one of the better defensive backs in the NFL and is undoubtedly the Lions’ top player in the secondary, so his status will be a major one to keep an eye on this weekend.



    Kansas City is dealing with some injuries of their own, too, as wide receiver Tyreek Hill (shoulder), offensive tackle Eric Fisher (groin) and tailback Damien Williams (knee) will all miss the game due to various issues, but others have stepped up in a big way in their stead.

    The coaching staff repeatedly preaches the “next man up” mentality when starters can’t play, and it was on full display last week as second-year tailback Darrel Williams racked up 109 yards of offense while picking up the game-clinching first down.

    Williams’ performance may have surprised the football-watching world outside of One Arrowhead Drive, but not those inside the building.

    “We felt comfortable about him coming out of last year. He had some really good snaps for us last year and he had a good camp and kind of retooled his body a little bit,” Reid said. “He got himself ready for this season and now he has an opportunity to reap the rewards of all the hard work he’s put in.”

    Williams will likely get some more chances on Sunday alongside fellow tailback LeSean McCoy as Kansas City looks to maintain their perfect record in Detroit.
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    Game Preview from ESPN.com

    Chiefs-Lions Preview

    DETROIT -- Patrick Mahomes has led the Kansas City Chiefs to another strong start, setting records along the way.

    The reigning NFL MVP is the first player in league history to have at least 350 yards passing and three touchdown passes without an interception in three straight games. In his first 20 starts, he has another league record with 13 300-yard passing games.

    And if the 24-year-old superstar quarterback throws at least two TD passes for a 15th straight game against Detroit, he will match one of Peyton Manning's league records set during the 2013 and 2014 seasons with the Denver Broncos.

    "The way Pat's going, he's going to break every record in NFL history if he keeps this up," Lions safety Quandre Diggs said.

    Mahomes, though, is not coming to the Motor City cocky about his chances to match the mark after watching Detroit's defense force three fumbles, recovering two, and allowing Philadelphia's Carson Wentz to barely complete half his passes in a 27-24 win over the Eagles in Week 3.

    "They played physical football," Mahomes said. "They played a lot of man coverage. They really get up in everyone's face and they stopped the run. I think with the Eagles, they really capitalized on turnovers. That's the big thing they focus on. We're going to try to protect the ball."

    Here are some other things to watch when Kansas City (3-0) plays the Lions (2-0-1) on Sunday:

    MAKING A MARK

    Detroit is the first NFL team with four players to have 100 yards receiving and a TD in a game through Week 3. Receiver Danny Amendola and rookie tight end T.J. Hockenson did it in the season-opening tie at Arizona. Receiver Kenny Golladay followed suit in the Week 2 win over the Chargers. In last week's victory at Philadelphia, Marvin Jones became the fourth player on the team with 100 yards receiving and a score.

    "Anytime we can spread the ball around and give the defense a lot to think about, I think it's a positive for us," quarterback Matthew Stafford said. "It's a credit to those guys going out there and making plays. I'm happy for all of those guys that have done it and hopefully we'll get more of it."

    SPREADING THE LOVE

    Mahomes has also found a different receiver to target each week.

    Sammy Watkins had 198 yards receiving and three TDs in the season-opening, 40-26 victory at Jacksonville. Demarcus Robinson had 174 and two scores in Week 2, a 28-10 win at Oakland. Mecole Hardman had the 83-yard TD reception in a 33-28 win against Baltimore last Sunday.

    "That's what it's all about when you have a team of this stature and players on this team, it's about spreading the ball around," Watkins said. "Nobody has to go out there and struggle or try to do something don't have to do."

    MEASURING UP

    Detroit is unbeaten through Week 3 for the first time since 2011. Of course, few outside of the Lions' locker room expect them to upset the Kansas City to extend the solid start.

    "It'll be a good test for us," Stafford acknowledged.

    GROWING PAINS

    The Chiefs' new defense under coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has gone through some growing pains, getting beaten through the air by Jacksonville in Week 1 and dominated on the ground by everyone else. Kansas City is giving up a league-high 6.2 yards per carry and allowing nearly 140 yards rushing per game.

    "We play well in stretches," safety Tyrann Mathieu said. "The first drive of every game hasn't been a great drive for us defensively. I think we've given up a touchdown every time. Then, in the fourth quarter we get lax as well. End of the day that falls on me."

    STAFFORD'S SACKS

    The previous five seasons, Detroit allowed Stafford to get sacked nearly three times a game on average. After seeing Stafford to get sacked three times in Week 1, the Lions have not surrendered a sack.
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