NFL Monday Night Football: Double-HeaderPublished October 19, 2020 by Sol FH
It's a big Monday Night Football with the first game at 22:00 GMT between the Bills vs. Chiefs, and, 1:15 GMT featuring the Cowboys vs. Cardinals.
We will be treated to a rare Monday Night double-header tonight as the Buffalo Bills host the defending Super Bowl Champions Kansas City Chiefs, at Ralph Wilson Stadium, followed by another matchup between the Dallas Cowboys against the Arizona Cardinals directly following, at AT&T Stadium.
Bills vs. Chiefs
The Bills looked terrible last week against Tennessee, while the Chiefs played terribly against the Raiders in their loss too. So who re-groups here? The Bills will most likely have their star cornerback, back, in Tre'Davious White and he will be tough against Kansas City's receivers. The real battle will take place behind the line as Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes going head-to-head. Many think that Allen is the better gunslinger, but that has yet to be seen, as Mahomes is the one with the ring.
Betting & Prediction
The Chiefs are the outright favorites in this game and bet365 Sports has them on top at 1.41. The Bills have a great chance of spoiling yet another week in Kansas City with an underdog victory, but, bet365 Sports lists them well-behind at 3.00. This is a game that will be close. The Chiefs are my favorites to win.
Cowboys vs. Cardinals
The Cowboys finally got the win they needed, but, it came at an absolutely huge cost. That being the loss of their star QB, Dak Prescott for the season to a gruesome leg injury. Making the playoffs will be extremely tough for the Boys now. Taking Prescott's place will be Andy Dalton, the backup QB. It is going to be a very hard game for Dalton, as the Cardinals defense will be gunning for him.
Betting & Prediction
This is a great chance for punters to place a bet on the underdogs (Cardinals 2.05 at bet365 Sports), while the Cowboys deal with a high hole to fill, albeit still favorites at bet365 Sports at 1.80.
The odds in this article at the bookmaker mentioned above were accurate at the time of writing, on October 19, at 13:00 GMT.