Texans vs. Chiefs Odds Tracker: Kansas City No Longer Double-Digit Favorite for NFL Divisional Round

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Updated Texans vs. Chiefs Odds

  • Spread: Chiefs -9.5
  • Over/Under: 51
  • Kickoff: Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: CBS

Odds as of Wednesday evening and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500. NJ, PA, IN and WV only.


The 4-seeded Houston Texans and 2-seeded Kansas City Chiefs face off in an AFC Divisional Round showdown on Sunday. In the meantime, we’ll be tracking how the betting odds shift throughout the week, including where to find the best lines.

Find the latest updates below.

Texans-Chiefs Odds Tracker

Wednesday Evening

The spread has been on the move, falling from 9.5-10 to 9-9.5 since this morning at the five books we’re tracking.

The over/under has held steady at 51.

Here are the best lines as of writing:

Wednesday Morning

The Chiefs are still between 9.5- and 10-point favorites across the market, while books have aligned on the over/under at 51.

If you’re shopping for the best lines, here are your options as of writing:


Tuesday Morning

After opening as 7.5-point favorites, the Chiefs have been bet all the way up to 9.5- and 10-point favorites across the market behind more than 55% of the money bet as of Tuesday morning (see live public betting data here).

Here are the best lines as of writing:


How the Texans Advanced to the Divisional Round

It wasn’t an easy path to the playoffs, but the Texans are onto the Divisional Round after mounting a comeback win against the Bills in overtime on Saturday.

The Texans beat the Chiefs on the road during the regular season, 31-24.

How the Chiefs Advanced to the Divisional Round

It wasn’t the smoothest route to their fifth straight postseason, but the Chiefs weathered a mid-season injury to Patrick Mahomes and managed to clinch the AFC West with relative ease.

Now they’ll look to return to the AFC Conference Game, where they fell just short of a Super Bowl appearance with their 37-31 loss to the Patriots.

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