Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl 53 Update

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Ready for a Super Bowl 53 betting udpate? Sports betting enthusiasts from around the globe have marveled at Patrick Mahomes’ early success as the starting quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. Can Mahomes and the Chiefs keep up their momentum throughout the rest of the 2018 NFL Season? Enjoy these updated odds!

The Chiefs certainly look like a team that has improved since last year. The offense has seemingly fired on all cylinders. Opposing teams have struggled to figure out a way to contain the Chiefs explosive offense.

The Chiefs are in the control of the AFC West conference. Many believe that they are the favorites to win outright. The Chiefs’ Super Bowl 53 stock has risen tremendously. Currently, offshore betting sites such as Bovada have the Chiefs listed as a 12/1 favorite to win the Super Bowl in 2018.

It’s hard to talk about the Chiefs offense and not mention guys like Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Travis Kelce. This trio could match up with just about anyone in the league. The Chiefs also have an advantage in terms of playing at home.

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Many NFL fans believe that Kansas City’s Arrowhead Stadium is one of the loudest NFL stadiums in the entire league. This can make it extremely difficult for visiting playoff teams to make the trip into KC and pull off a win.

All of these factors play into the favor of the Chiefs. The biggest knock on the Chiefs is that head coach Andy Reid always seems to be a coach who gets close but always loses earlier than expected in the playoffs.

This can be disheartening, but Chiefs fans have plenty of reasons to believe that the streak is over. Afterall, this is the Patrick Mahomes era in KC and the new quarterback has brought in a new attitude to the team that seems to translate into winning football games on Sunday.

If the Chiefs can stay the course, Kansas City will continue to be a legitimate threat to win Super Bowl 53.

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