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Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens Tips - Chiefs to win by 1-13 points

  • NFL Week 2 game will take place at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Sunday (01:20 BST on Monday)
  • The Chiefs started the new season with a 33-29 home win over the Browns
  • The Ravens lost at Las Vegas 33-27 in overtime in their season opener
  • The Chiefs have won their last four meetings against the Ravens including one last season
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The Ravens welcome the Chiefs at M&T Bank Stadium (Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
M&T Bank Stadium will be rocking for the Ravens’ home-opener on Sunday Night Football, but there is a slight sense of concern in Baltimore right now.

John Harbaugh’s depleted secondary largely cost the Ravens an overtime win over the Raiders last week, and things aren’t about to get any easier against a Chiefs team that will likely be playing with a point to prove.

While Kansas City walked away with a win at home over the Browns, Andy Reid’s side will be eager to atone for a sloppy first half that required an 11-point comeback and some Patrick Mahomes magic.

Of course, like we saw in the Super Bowl two years ago, two brilliant quarters from Mahomes is all the Chiefs need sometimes, and nobody knows that better than the Ravens.

Baltimore has lost four straight games to Kansas City, with the most recent occurring around this time last year when the Chiefs walked away with a 14-point win on the road.


This one will probably be a lot closer if Lamar Jackson is able to run the ball like he did last week, but with the defence coughing up huge chunks of yards to the Raiders, it’s hard to back against Mahomes and the rest of Kansas City’s supporting cast.

Best Bet: Chiefs 1-13 Winning Margin @7/5 at Novibet - 1 Unit
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