Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tennessee Titans picks, predictions: Who wins NFL Week 7 game?
The Kansas City Chiefs and Tennessee Titans face off on Sunday in a Week 7 NFL game.
Which team will get the victory?
Check out these NFL Week 7 picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 10 a.m. MST time on CBS.
The Chiefs are a 5.5-point favorite in the game.
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Pro Football Network: Chiefs 30, Titans 24
Ben Rolfe writes: "The situation surrounding this game may change after Monday Night Football, but right now, it is hard to imagine how the Titans’ defense does anything other than get shredded by the Chiefs’ offense. Tennessee’s offense should be able to move the ball on the Chiefs, which could make this close. However, in a shootout type game, give me Mahomes and Tyreek Hill over Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry."
Sportsnaut: Chiefs 28, Titans 20
Vincent Frank writes: "The Titans have hung around in games with the Kansas City Chiefs before, but this is different. Even with Tennessee’s additions to the front seven, the moves Kansas City made to upgrade its offensive line are superior. Patrick Mahomes will have a clean pocket a lot more this season and in matchups like this one, he’ll dominate against a lesser defense despite some struggles from Kansas City through six weeks."
CBS Sports: Chiefs 30, Titans 20
Jordan Dajani writes: "The second-to-last regular-season loss Mahomes suffered (before this season) was actually against the Titans in Nashville in November 2019, as Joshua Kalu blocked a last-second, 53-yard field goal to secure a three-point victory for the Titans. The Chiefs don't lose much, so they remember that game well. Kansas City gets revenge in Nashville this time around, however."
Chiefs Wire: Chiefs 28, Titans 17
Charles Goldman writes: "The Titans always play the Chiefs tough, but their offense is predicated on Derrick Henry’s ability to have a big game. Kansas City added some pieces on the defensive line and to the linebacker corp that should help improve their run defense. Even though this is the second game in a two-week road stretch, Kansas City should be able to finish strong."
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CBS Sports: Chiefs the favorite in Week 7 game vs. Titans
Tyler Sullivan writes: "This number is already starting to climb. After K.C. opened as a field goal favorite, the spread has already jumped to Chiefs -4.5 following a 31-13 win over Washington. The Chiefs did trail heading into the halftime locker room, but then proceeded to outscore their opponent 21-0 in the second half. That surge has certainly instilled a lot of confidence to have bettors laying the points against Tennessee, driving this number up. Over their last 14 games played following a game on Monday night, Tennessee is 2-12 ATS."
Sportsnaut: Chiefs 38, Titans 28
Matt Johnson writes: "The Titans have hung around in games with the Kansas City Chiefs before, but this is different. Even with Tennessee’s additions to the front seven, the moves Kansas City made to upgrade its offensive line are superior. Patrick Mahomes will have a clean pocket a lot more this season and in matchups like this one, he’ll dominate."
FiveThirtyEight.com: Chiefs have a 57% win probability
The site gives the Titans a 43% win probability in the NFL Week 7 game.
ESPN: Chiefs have a 60.5% chance to win
The site's Football Power Index gives the Titans a 39.2% chance to pick up the victory in the Week 7 NFL game.
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