New England Patriots vs Kansas City Chiefs Predictions, Odds & Picks

Patriots vs Chiefs Week 4

  • Looks like New England Patriots QB Cam Newton is healthy and back to his prior form
  • The Kansas City Chiefs have not missed a beat since winning the Big Game in 2019
  • These two football franchises last met in December of 2019, Chiefs 23, Patriots 16.

Patriots vs Chiefs Odds

TeamPoint SpreadOdds
New England Patriots+7
BET NOW
-110
BET NOW
Kansas City Chiefs-7
BET NOW
-110
BET NOW

 

Odds from DraftKings. Get up to a $1,000 sign-up bonus at DraftKings today or check out more offers and promo codes for the best online sportsbooks.

Patriots vs Chiefs Predictions and Picks

As solid as the new look Patriots are playing with Cam Newton looking as impressive as ever, the Kansas City Chiefs look in the mid postseason form already and it will be tough for anyone to outscore Patrick Mahomes.

Pick:

Chiefs -7 -110

For this NFL season, we got you covered with a roundup of weekly NFL betting bonuses. Check back every week for updates!

How to Watch Patriots vs Chiefs

Patriots vs Chiefs Information
WhatNew England Patriots vs Kansas City Chiefs
WhereArrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO
WhenSunday, October 4, 2020; 4:25 PM ET
How to watchCBS

This will be an exciting Week 4  matchup, with one of the reasons for that being Patriots QB Cam Newton, an injured and now healthy playmaker who New England HC Bill Belichick has figured out how to use in a way that makes defenses panic.

Head coach Andy Read has his Kansas City Chief solid on both sides of the ball these days, and his QB Patrick Mahomes looks like he was well worth the money the team just invested, the kid looking like a crusty (and elusively intelligent) veteran under center.

These two AFC rivals have played each other a total of 38 times (including 2 postseason games), with the Chiefs winning 19 of those games and the Patriots winning 16 of them, plus there have been 3 ties.

Can Cam Newton Stay Healthy Being a Running NFL Quarterback?

There is a reason most QBs don’t play the position the way veteran Cam Newton does, which is to be a running threat while having the arm to make those linebackers who commit to tackling him pay.

The main reason is that most players don’t have Newton’s size or skill or ability on the football field to pull it off, but the other reason is that style of play is truly dangerous which limits your NFL shelf life (just ask Michael Vick and RG III).

If Belichick uses Newton wisely and takes advantage of his threat to run more so than actually making him run and get hit, then maybe the Patriots can keep him healthy a lot longer than his former team, the Carolina Panthers, were able to do in the not so distant past.


Editor’s Picks


Can the Kansas City Chiefs Actually Be Beaten?

Seems like a question filled with hyperbole unless you just watched Patrick Mahomes and his crew take down the multi-talented Baltimore Ravens and make their star QB Lamar Jackson actually look…ordinary…then it seems like a legitimate ask.

The game planning and play calling of HC Andy Reid combined with the insane abilities and football IQ of QB Patrick Mahomes makes the Chiefs’ offense seems like it can score at will, their multitude of targets not fair compared to what the other teams are fielding.

Then add the fact that defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has gotten his side of the ball up to speed, this team seems destined to compete with whichever NFC team finally steps up (Seahawks? Packers? Buccaneers?).

Patriots Key Player: (RB) James White

Patriots key RB James White has had to endure a personal tragedy in the last month and he is listed as questionable to play in Week 4, and of course, nobody expects him to return until he is mentally and emotionally ready to play.

In the meantime, his backfield teammates Sony Michel and Rex Burkhead have been doing their best to keep the Pats rushing attack interesting, with Michel carrying the ball 9 times for 117 yards and Burkhead scoring two rushing touchdowns, both in Week 3.

White is a career 4.1 yard per carrying rusher, and he has posted 32 touchdowns on the ground and through the air in his NFL career so far, so the sooner the duo threat RB can get back to playing in New England, the more balanced and effective their run game will be.

Chiefs Key Player: (RB) Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Just when it seems like the KC Chiefs are already too talented, they go and draft rookie RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire at the end of the first round and now the entire football world is marveling at their genius.

Edwards-Helaire was a part of LSU’s 2019 championship run, and he has adjusted well to the NFL level, which was expected and why the Chief’s front office was shocked he was still available when it was finally their turn to select.

So far in three games, Edwards-Helaire has carried the ball 55 times for 240 yards and a touchdown, averaging 4.4 yards per carrying, plus he’s caught 11 passes for 102 more yards, a talented dual-threat with a huge NFL future in front of him.

Best Promo Codes and Bonuses for Patriots vs Chiefs Week 4

If you’re feeling lucky, sign-up to our NFL Pick’em Contest and get a chance to win a $200 Amazon voucher.

Here are the best sportsbooks for betting on Patriots vs Chiefs in your state:

More NFL Predictions & Odds

NFL Week 7 Picks Against the Spread [2020]
NFL Week 7 Picks Against the Spread [2020]
Our NFL experts take a look at the odds and give you the best picks against the spread for Week 7.
News iconOctober 21
Author iconMike Lukas
Best NFL Week 7 Promo Codes & Betting Bonuses 2020
Best NFL Week 7 Promo Codes & Betting Bonuses 2020
We've compiled the best bonuses, promo codes, and offers across the Sportsbook world to get you ready for the return of the NFL! …
News iconOctober 21
Author iconEvan Henningsen
Arizona Cardinals vs Dallas Cowboys Predictions, Odds & Picks
Arizona Cardinals vs Dallas Cowboys Predictions, Odds & Picks
The second game of Week 6 MNF is between the surging Arizona Cardinals and the Dak-less Dallas Cowboys; predictions, odds, and picks.
News iconOctober 18
Author iconMike Lukas

Mike Lukas

Expert on NFL

Mike Lukas is a retired standup comedian turned freelance writer now living in Dallas, Texas, originally from Cleveland, Ohio. His love for the game of football and all things Cleveland Browns turned Mike into a pro blogger years ago. Now Mike enjoys writing about all thirty-two NFL teams, hoping to help football gamblers gain a slight edge in their pursuit of the perfect wager.



Email: mike.lukas@wsn.com