Brady Needs To Fire

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Brady is looking to recapture the form that has seen him a 2xMVP winner. Image courtesy of Jared Wickerham/Getty Images

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Chiefs v Patriots


Arrowhead Stadium

Tuesday September 30 – 10:30 AM AEST)

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New England travel to Kansas City on Tuesday morning (AEST) to face a Chiefs outfit looking to continue on from last week's victory over the Dolphins.

At the moment, the Patriots are relying on their defence to win games. Their two wins this season have all come from solid defensive efforts, and they lead the competition for interceptions (6) and have only allowed an average of 272 yards per game. Since 2006, New England haven’t finished below eighth in total offence, but sit 27th in the league at 301.3 yard per game. Quarterback Tom Brady has become the scapegoat for a lot of critics, ranking 30th in yards per attempt (5.54) and 23rd in passer ratings (82.9). For a team that started off with so much promise in the Super Bowl betting market at $8, their poor form as of late has seen them drift a little to $11.  

The Chiefs are starting to build momentum after coming off a solid 34-15 win over Miami last week. Quarterback Alex Smith is benefiting from a solid offseason, finishing with 19 of 25 passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns. The return of running back Jamaal Charles is a huge boost for the home side, who now sit $81 in the Super Bowl betting market. Fellow running back Knile Davis will also look to continue his impressive form after finishing with career highs of 32 carries for 132 yards and one touchdown. With stats like that, he may even get the first six-pointer of the match .

Brady has won four of his five career starts against the Chiefs and the betting market suggests a fifth is coming on Tuesday. However last time the Chiefs hosted the Pats, they were dominant. With both teams in similar form, majority of the money coming into TattsBet is for the Patriots at the line -3.5 .

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