Chiefs vs. Ravens NFL Odds, Betting Trends: Public Hammering Sunday Night Football Spread

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  • Bettors are hammering the Kansas City Chiefs' spread at -3.5 at BetMGM.
  • Almost 90% of the total money is on the Chiefs to win by at least three and a half points.
  • Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson are scheduled to face off tonight at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC.

The Kansas City Chiefs spread is receiving the vast majority of the money for their Sunday Night Football tilt against the Baltimore Ravens scheduled for 8:20 p.m. ET.

The Chiefs at -3.5 has about 89% of the money at BetMGM relative to the Ravens spread.

Roughly 71% of the total tickets are on the Chiefs spread, too.

The line is Chiefs -3.5 at PointsBet, DraftKings and FanDuel, too, though FD has the line juiced at -108.

The total for this game opened at 55.5 at BetMGM but has since gone down to 54.5. About 67% of the money and 52% of the tickets is on the over at 54.5 at BetMGM.

Meanwhile, roughly 74% of the money is on the Chiefs moneyline at -200. That line opened at -155 at BetMGM but has since moved to its current mark.

DraftKings also has the Chiefs moneyline at -200 as of Sunday afternoon while FanDuel and PointsBet have Kansas City’s moneyline at -196.

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The Ravens currently have six players listed as questionable, including wide receiver Marquise Brown.

The Chiefs currently have running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire and wide receiver Tyreek Hill listed on the final injury report, though each practiced each day this week.

The Chiefs beat the Browns 33-29 despite being down in the fourth quarter during Week 1.

They were the preseason favorites to win the Super Bowl at +600 and are currently listed at +500 to win it all. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are second-best at +550 at DraftKings as of Saturday night.

The Ravens lost a contentious Week 1 tilt against the Las Vegas Raiders in overtime 33-27. Baltimore is currently listed with the 9th-best mark to win the Super Bowl at +1800 at DraftKings.

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