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As usual, the NFL is taking center stage on Thursday night. This week, fans can enjoy an old-school AFC West rivalry game between the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs. Thursday night games are even better with FanDuel’s No Sweat Same-Game Parlay offer. On top of that, FanDuel has a great welcome offer for new users.
Make sure you check out the latest and best NFL promos and bonus codes.
Regular FanDuel users are accustomed to being offered promotions and bonuses on a daily basis. Each day of the week is something different, including a No Sweat Same-Game Parlay for Thursday’s NFL game.
There is also a great welcome bonus for new FanDuel users. A $5 bet can get you $200 in bonus bets. Plus, after signing up, you can also take advantage of the No Sweat Same Game Parlay offer for Thursday’s Broncos vs Chiefs game.
Here is how to get the FanDuel Sportsbook welcome offer:
If you already have an account at FanDuel - or once you’ve signed up for a new one - every Thursday you’ll be able to take advantage of the No Sweat Same Game Parlay offer for the NFL game that night. Here’s how it works:
Keep in mind that bonus bets are a little different from the money in your FanDuel account. You can’t withdraw them and get the cash. However, you can use them to place another bet within seven days and earn profits from that bet.
On paper, the Chiefs and Broncos are in completely different places right now. The Chiefs are 4-1 and clearly a contender to win the Super Bowl for the second consecutive season. Meanwhile, the Broncos are 1-4 and look destined to miss the playoffs for an eighth consecutive year if they don’t get their act together. However, these two teams are bitter rivals who despise one another, so you can usually throw out the records when they get together.
Here are the FanDuel Sportsbook odds for Thursday’s game:
|Broncos||+10.5 (-110)||+460||Over 47.5 (-105)|
|Chiefs||-10.5 (-110)||-620||Under 47.5 (-115)|
One of Denver’s problems heading into this game is a 15-game losing streak against the Chiefs. Naturally, that includes seven straight losses at Arrowhead Stadium, a place the Broncos haven’t won since their Super Bowl season in 2015. That futility certainly explains why the Broncos are 10.5-point underdogs on Thursday. But for what it’s worth, four of their seven losses in Kansas City during that stretch have come by 10 points or less.
Another huge problem for the Broncos is that they’ve allowed the most points in the NFL after five weeks. That’s a huge change after Denver had a top-5 defense last season. Of course, the Kansas City offense isn’t clicking on all cylinders just yet. The Chiefs have unproven wide receivers and have only scored more than 27 points once in five games this year. The good news is that the Kansas City offense is a little more balanced than in recent years, with Isiah Pacheco rushing for at least 55 yards in four straight games.
On the other side of the ball, the Broncos have a top-10 offense that’s generating 24.2 points per game. Russell Wilson’s numbers are up from a year ago, with 11 touchdown passes and just two interceptions. But even with a good collection of receivers around him, it could be asking a lot for Wilson to keep pace with Mahomes and company considering Denver’s shortcomings on defense. After all, the Broncos gave up 70 points to the Dolphins earlier this year. Even if the Chiefs don’t quite match that number, it’ll be tough for the Broncos to stay within 10 points of Kansas City on Thursday night.
Bryan Zarpentine is a 2008 graduate of Syracuse University and has been working as a freelance writer and editor since 2010. During that time, he has contributed to countless sites while covering baseball, soccer, the NFL, college football, and college basketball.More info on Bryan Zarpentine
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