Kansas City Chiefs vs. Indianapolis Colts Pick Prediction NFL AFC Wildcard Playoff Pro Football Point Spread Over Under Money Line Betting Odds Preview 1-4-2014

| December 30, 2013

The Kansas City Chiefs will travel to face the Indianapolis Colts in an NFL pro football AFC Wildcard playoff game on Saturday afternoon. Those looking for NFL wagering online information can find places that offer the best Sportsbook Bonus.

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Kick off time from Indianapolis is scheduled for 4:35PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by NBC TV.

The NFL playoff odds from this AFC Wildcard game have the home team Indianapolis Colts favored by -2 ½ points with a total lined at 46 ½ points. Those who play on Indianapolis on the money line will lay -140 odds with the return on the Kansas City Chiefs at +120 odds on the money line.

Kansas City fell to 11-5 on the regular season following a 27-24 road defeat in overtime to the San Diego Chargers as a +15 ½ point wagering underdog. The game total finished at over 45 points. The Chiefs miss a game winning 41 yard field goal as regulation time expired in defeat.

The Chiefs were locked in as a five seed and rested their impact players. With backups the team produced 332 yards of offense with 143 rushing on 37 carries. Chase Daniel hit on 21 of 30 passes for 200 yards with a touchdown throw. Knile Davis ran for 81 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries. They were a perfect 5 of 5 inside the red zone. The Chiefs had no turnovers and forced one away from the Chargers. On defense Kansas City’s backups allowed the Chargers starting offense 405 yards with 186 rushing on 36 attempts.

Indianapolis has won three straight to move to 11-5 on the year with the 30-10 home victory last week to the Jacksonville Jaguars as a -11 point wagering favorite. The game ended at under 45 points. The Colts stormed out to the 20-3 first half lead.

They put up 379 offensive yards with 80 rushing on 28 carries. Andrew Luck hit on 26 of 37 passes for 282 yards and a touchdown. The Colts had no turnovers and forced two from Jacksonville. Indianapolis gave up 350 yards of offense to Jacksonville with 308 yards passing to Chad Henne.

Kansas City Chiefs versus Indianapolis Colts Game Notes:

Indianapolis has dominated the Chiefs in recent season winning two straight and nine of their past ten meeting. They went head to head back on December 22nd with the Colts posting the 23-7 road win at Kansas City as a +7 ½ point wagering underdog with the total going under 46 ½ points.

Kansas City is 6-2 straight up on the road and finished second in the AFC West behind Denver and is a fifth seed in the playoffs. The team has lost two straight and five of their past seven games after beginning the year 9-0. The have fallen to 24th in the NFL in total defense as they allow 367 yards per game.

Indianapolis is 6-2 in their home stadium. The Colts are the champions of the AFC South division and a fourth seed in the playoffs. They have a three game home winning streak with the margin of victory by 8 points or greater. The team is a mid-pack offensive team. On defense the Colts are 26th against the run by allowing 125 yards rushing per game.

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