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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 11/19/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




KANSAS CITY (6 - 3) at NY GIANTS (1 - 8)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/19/2017 1:00 PM
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453KANSAS CITY-12.5-10
454NY GIANTS4445
KANSAS CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-3+3.66-36-328.113.0371.8(6.5)0.423.110.0390.3(6.2)1.4
Road Games3-2+2.13-23-231.016.8409.2(7)0.426.012.4394.6(6)0.8
Last 3 Games1-2-1.51-22-125.315.7341.3(6)
Turf Games1-1+1.61-11-129.512.0430.0(7.5)1.027.515.5373.0(5.5)0.0
KANSAS CITY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.511.218.930:3425-104(4.1)22-3464.0%233(6.8)60-337(5.6)(14.9)
Offense Road Games31.016.821.431:3926-133(5.1)25-3375.5%277(8.5)58-409(7)(13.2)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.11320.531:3227-112(4.1)22-3562.3%242(7)62-354(5.7)(14.7)
Defense Road Games26.012.425.028:2127-118(4.3)20-3853.1%276(7.2)66-395(6)(15.2)
KANSAS CITY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-541.6%1-050.0%2-35(19.9)2-9(5.9)7-58
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 13-540.2%1-046.8%2-38(21.9)16-2(8.4)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-541.3%1-050.0%2-37(20.3)2-14(8.7)7-67

NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-8-4.23-65-416.78.1307.6(5.2)1.226.412.9400.3(6.1)1.0
Home Games0-4-50-42-214.08.2275.2(4.8)1.731.514.2384.2(6)0.7
Last 3 Games0-3-3.50-32-115.010.0290.0(4.8)1.735.315.7457.3(7.3)1.0
Turf Games0-5-60-52-311.86.6266.8(4.7)1.629.014.6385.8(5.9)0.6
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.911.319.530:1026-107(4.1)22-3562.6%229(6.5)62-336(5.5)(15.4)
Offense Home Games14.08.215.727:2321-93(4.3)20-3656.6%182(5)58-275(4.8)(19.7)
Defense (All Games)26.412.920.731:4930-133(4.4)22-3562.0%268(7.7)65-400(6.1)(15.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.811.219.830:0727-109(4.1)22-3560.7%242(6.8)62-351(5.7)(14.7)
Defense Home Games31.514.219.732:3733-132(4)19-3161.1%252(8)64-384(6)(12.2)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-644.1%1-020.0%2-39(23.1)3-33(12.9)7-63
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 14-640.7%1-041.9%2-36(21.6)21-2(9.8)7-62
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-746.6%1-00.0%1-24(19.4)3-56(17.4)9-75
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS CITY 22,  NY GIANTS 21.1
KANSAS CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ LA CHARGERS24-10W-2.5W47.5U25-18916-21-122026-10420-40-2263
10/8/2017@ HOUSTON42-34W-2W44.5O35-12729-37-323023-14416-31-2481
10/19/2017@ OAKLAND30-31L-3L46O23-9425-36-331021-8829-52-4170
11/5/2017@ DALLAS17-28L2.5L52.5U19-6825-34-255131-13121-33-2440
11/19/2017@ NY GIANTS            
12/3/2017@ NY JETS            
12/16/2017LA CHARGERS            

NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/24/2017@ PHILADELPHIA24-27L5W42O17-4935-47-366239-19321-31-1611
10/1/2017@ TAMPA BAY23-25L2.5W46.5O28-9130-49-288023-11122-38-3230
10/8/2017LA CHARGERS22-27L-3L45O25-15221-36-183229-12421-44-2581
10/15/2017@ DENVER23-10W13.5W37.5U32-14811-19-118017-4631-54-3663
11/5/2017LA RAMS17-51L6L42O26-11120-38-208339-16214-22-3110
11/12/2017@ SAN FRANCISCO21-31L-3L41O23-11428-37-260133-18619-25-2882
11/19/2017KANSAS CITY            
11/23/2017@ WASHINGTON            
12/3/2017@ OAKLAND            
KANSAS CITY: K.C.'s offense is too complicated for QB Alex Smith to lose his job to No. 10 overall draft pick QB Patrick Mahomes just yet. The pick indicates that the Chiefs want more production and splash plays from under center, whereas Smith has been a conservative game-manager. WR Tyreke Hill is nearly unstoppable as a moving chess piece, while TE Travis Kelce is a matchup nightmare and was the league's most prolific receiving tight end in 2016. No team created more turnovers than the Chiefs last season, and the All-Pro duo of S Eric Berry and CB Marcus Peters are scoring threats when on the field. Edge-rusher Justin Houston is healthy after two injury-plagued seasons, and has tallied an impressive 60 sacks in 69 career starts. Former first-rounder Dee Ford is coming into his own opposite Houston, while Tamba Hali gives K.C. a deep rotation of pass-rushers.
NY GIANTS: Coming off a down season, QB Eli Manning enters his fourth year in head coach Ben McAdoo's West Coast spread system. WR Odell Beckham is unstoppable when his head is right, and WR Brandon Marshall and rookie TE Evan Engram are huge upgrades to his supporting cast who should relieve some defensive pressure. The running game is an afterthought, with a middling offensive line working in front of 2016 fifth-rounder RB Paul Perkins. Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo's D held opponents to 15 points per game in the second half of last season. S Landon Collins is a playmaker whose coverage deficiencies are masked by the excellent CB combo of Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison is a run-stuffer while DE Olivier Vernon sets the edge on running plays as well as anyone, though he and DE Jason Pierre-Paul have little help on the pass-rush.
Rested Chiefs will try to add to Giants' woes

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid doesn't want to hear about records.

Reid, whose teams are 16-2 in games following a week off, is dialed in to making sure his team, which prior to the bye lost three out of four games, has cleaned up the little things that were part of that mini skid by the time they take the MetLife Stadium field Sunday for their meeting with the New York Giants (1-8).

"Listen, I tell the guys that every week: You got to focus on getting better as a team," Reid said when asked what his message has been to his players this week.

"We got a lot of room to improve. We're not good enough right now, so we got to keep working, so that's where it always starts. That's the one great thing about football, you always have something you can get better at."

In their last four games, the Chiefs have struggled to convert on third down, going 17 of 49, have seen their net yards on offense dip below 300 in two of those games and have allowed an average of 420.7 yards.

While Reid wouldn't shed too much clarity into how he and his staff were addressing the little things that have marred the Chiefs' won-loss record, he did emphasize that the Giants, who are amid their worst season in decades and who have yet to win at home this year, are not going to be the pushover the oddsmakers might think.

"Record never matters; you just go play," said Reid, who is 16-13 against the Giants dating to his days as Philadelphia Eagles coach. "They have good talent and good coaching on that team."

The Giants have the league's 31st-ranked defense, a unit that has allowed opponents an average of 400.3 yards per game and has also yielded an average of 26.4 points.

"They play hard and I have a lot of respect for their defensive coordinator (Steve Spagnuolo)," Reid said. "I think he does a great job and they've got good players. We're going to prepare ourselves to play a good football team and it's important we get into the flow of things."

The Giants, meanwhile are trying to get into a flow themselves after two embarrassing and deflating games against the Rams at home and the 49ers last week in which they were outscored 82-38.

"I'm disappointed, but I'm determined to find a way to get it fixed," coach Ben McAdoo said this week.

"No one expected our record to be what it is at this point and us to be playing the type of football that we're playing at this point. But we are, and we are what our record says we are, and the film reflects it. We need to find a way to improve."

To initiate that improvement, the second-year coach showed the team a select number of plays from last week's loss to the 49ers that McAdoo and the coaching staff viewed as either poor effort or a lack of finishing.

"We were brutally honest with each other," McAdoo said of that film review. "We'll see how the players respond, but we also talked about the great opportunity in front of us."

Many of the Giants players said the message came through loud and clear.

"We needed to get snapped at a little bit; we do need to get fired up a little bit," offensive lineman D.J. Fluker said. "If you get guys fired up, pissed off about the things they did, it will make them want to play better."

Cornerback Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie said the meeting was long overdue.

"I think it would put guys in a different attention span, put us on alert," Rodgers-Cromartie said. "Ain't nobody want to have a play up there where you got to come back in the locker room and everybody is looking at you like you're that guy."

While McAdoo, who once claimed to have his finger on the pulse of the team, waits to see how well his message was received, he hopes his players realize what's in front of them.

"Seven more weeks -- I think it's a great opportunity," he said. "A lot of doubt out there, so, we have a chance to flip the script these last seven weeks."

Last Updated: 10/15/2018 11:01:21 PM EST

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