Teams That Won’t Beat the NFL Odds on Week 1
SAN DIEGO at Kansas City
Following their stellar 11-win regular season in 2015 after losing five of their first six games, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that coach Andy Reid has finally figured the right combination for his team, both offensively and defensively. And with the core of Kansas City still intact, you can expect even a bigger season from the Chiefs, who are likely to start 2016 in the same way they ended 2015 (on a 10-win run). This, of course, won’t bode well with the Chargers who are silently aiming for a rebuilding season after they barely escaped the category of 2015’s worst teams. Add to the fact that the Chiefs have always been among the best home teams in the league, expect Kansas City’s regular season winning streak to continue from where it left off last year.
After ending 2015 with an 80-yard TD, what impact can @TyrellWilliams_ have in 2016?MORE: https://t.co/7eiI6kQI50 pic.twitter.com/irRjjXgbvr— San Diego Chargers (@Chargers) May 6, 2016