Updated Patriots vs. Chiefs Odds: New England A Historic NFL Underdog on Monday Night

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  • The New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs NFL Week 4 matchup will kick off at 7 p.m. ET (CBS) on Monday Night.
  • With Brian Hoyer expected to start for Cam Newton, the Patriots are currently historic underdogs against the Chiefs.
  • Learn the details of the Patriots vs. Chiefs odds on Monday Night Football, and where it stands in betting history.

Patriots vs. Chiefs Betting Odds

Patriots Odds +10.5
Chiefs Odds -10.5
Over/Under 49.5
Time/Channel  7 p.m. ET, CBS

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Barring any additional positive COVID-19 tests, the New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs Week 4 game is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET on Monday.

Cam Newton will not play due to contracting the coronavirus, meaning backup Brian Hoyer is expected to start for New England.

Prior to the news of Newton’s positive test, the Patriots sat as 7-point underdogs against the Chiefs for much of the week.

However, with Hoyer now under center, the Patriots are now 10.5-point underdogs.

According to our Bet Labs software, which archives historic NFL betting data since the start of the 2003 season, the Patriots have never been double-digit underdogs in the regular season.

Now, that doesn’t necessarily mean it has never happened. However, since we started tracking NFL odds 18 seasons ago, New England has never been this large of an underdog.

The previous record? The Patriots have closed at +9 twice since 2003 — the first occurrence against the Texans in Houston on Jan. 3, 2010 and again on Sept. 11, 2016 against the Cardinals in Arizona.

However, New England did close as a 14-point underdog back in in the 2002 postseason. Anyone remember this somewhat large upset?

🗓 Feb. 3, 2002: 18 years ago today…

Super Bowl XXXVI: Rams vs Patriots (+14 | O/U 53.5)

• Tom Brady + Belichick each win their 1st Super Bowl
• Patriots pull off the second biggest upset in Super Bowl historypic.twitter.com/IV7MjrCEso

— The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) February 3, 2020


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