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The last time the Chiefs faced the Browns they lost. However, the Chiefs took their season opener with a couple of cunning plays, long passes and staunch defensive strategy. The Browns lost their season opener, but are hoping to use past experience to beat the Kansas City team. This game is certainly up in the air. Will experience be enough, or will the Kansas City team prove to be unbeatable and go 2-0? Football betting lines.

This will be an enticing game. If you follow football, then you know how a rivalry often gives way to a better game. Well, the Chiefs and the Browns have a bone to pick. Where better to settle the score. Kansas has been putting in some solid work in practices, and their players are looking better than ever. The Chiefs had a promising game against Seattle, in which they performed exceptionally well right down to the wire. The victory was taken on the back of the defense, which stopped the Seattle team from scoring at the score line late in the fourth quarter time and time again. Glenn Dorsey had six tackles and a half-sack in what many are calling his best performance since being picked fifth overall in 2008. Basketball odds.

The Chiefs will be wise to use the same skills against the Browns, but perhaps in a more comfortable position than at their own score line. Cleveland has a few issues with some of their players. Injuries early on in the season can spell disaster for any team, no matter how good they are. Nose tackle Shaun Rogers far from 100 after a leg injury sustained in practice. Nevertheless, he will be present.  The game will be a measure of how prepared the Browns are, and how confident the Chiefs are feeling. Be sure and follow it all at, home of the best sports betting information on the Internet. Basketball spreads.

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