NFL Football Week 7 Recap, Kansas City Chiefs vs New Orleans Saints, Chiefs Win 27-21, Sunday, October 23, 2016

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2-4, 3rd in NFC South October 23, 1:00 PM | Grass of Arrowhead Stadium 4-2, 2nd in AFC West

When: 1:00 PM ET, Sunday, October 23, 2016
Where: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
LINE: Kansas City Chiefs -6. O/U: 50.5 courtesy of bovada-logo-top-book betnow-vegas-coverage.

New Orleans at Kansas City, Boxscore
Final 1 2 3 4 T
NO 7 0 7 7 21
KC 14 7 3 3 27
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/23 1:00 PM
455saintsNew Orleans
456chiefsKansas City
-7 -10
TV Schedule: 1 p.m. ET, FOX, DTV: 711 | MOSTLY SUNNY, WEST WIND 4-9. GAME TEMP 70, RH 52%
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NFL WEEK 7 BETTING – Sunday, October 23rd, New Orleans Saints at Kansas City Chiefs.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread Money Line Total
saintsNew Orleans Saints +6 -110 +200 50.5 -110
chiefsKansas City Chiefs -6 -110 -240 50.5 -110
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Alex D. Smith threw a pair of TD passes as Kansas City defeated New Orleans 27-21 in Week 7 action on Sunday.

Bettors who backed the Chiefs were disappointed, as they failed to cover the closing number of -6.5. Over-Under bettors saw the total score go UNDER the closing total of 51.5.

Alex D. Smith completed 17 of 24 pass attempts for 214 yards and 2 TDs for the Chiefs in the win.

Mark Ingram rushed for 62 yards for New Orleans, while Timothy Hightower added 39 yards. Drew Brees threw for 367 yards for the Saints, while receivers Michael Thomas and Willie Snead had 130 and 87 yards respectively.

New Orleans outgained Kansas City 463-326 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 27-20 by the Saints.

Kansas City lost the time of possession battle 32:38-27:22, leaving their defense on the field more than they wanted.

Kansas City looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against the Colts. The Saints will aim to get back on the winning track vs. Seattle.

KANSAS CITY, Mo — Led by the efforts of running back Spencer Ware on offense and a defense that forced two turnovers, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the New Orleans Saints 27-21 Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium.

Six games into the season, Ware has proven to be a major contributor as a runner and receiver, touching the ball 19 times against the Saints for 132 yards. He caught a short pass from quarterback Alex Smith and turned it into a 46-yard touchdown play in the first quarter.

The Kansas City (4-2) defense allowed the New Orleans (2-4) quarterback Drew Brees to throw for 348 yards and three touchdowns. But the Chiefs forced a Brees interception that was returned for a touchdown by nickel safety Daniel Sorensen. In the second half, they thwarted a Saints drive deep in K.C. territory forcing a fumble by running back Mark Ingram that was recovered by cornerback Marcus Peters.

New Orleans moved the scoreboard first, with Brees directing his offense 80 yards on 10 plays, hooking up with wide receiver Brandin Cooks on a 9-yard touchdown play. Kansas City answered back on its next possession, going 75 yards on five plays with the Smith to Ware score.

The Chiefs grabbed the lead for good when a Brees’ pass for wide receiver Willie Snead was broken up by a big hit from K.C. safety Eric Berry. The ball popped into the air and was grabbed by Sorensen, who weaved his way through the Saints for 48 yards and a Kansas City touchdown.

For his second touchdown pass of the game, Smith hooked up with rookie wide receiver Tyreek Hill on a 38-yard scoring play in the second quarter. Hill caught the ball with his left arm, while his right arm was pinned to his body by Saints cornerback Ken Crawley.

It was the K.C. defense that kept the pressure on New Orleans in the first half. After the first possession, the Saints had one snap in Chiefs territory over the rest of the game’s first 30 minutes. But Brees brought his unit out of the halftime locker room and marched 75 yards on 14 plays in over eight minutes on the clock, before connecting with Ingram on a 3-yard touchdown pass. That pulled the Saints within a touchdown, 21-14.

Kansas City added a 39-yard field goal from Cairo Santos to push the margin to 10 points. The Chiefs defense was being pushed around by the Saints offense, but safety Ron Parker forced an Ingram fumble at the K.C. 7-yard line and Peters recovered the ball, finishing up with a 21-yard return.

But Brees again pushed the New Orleans offense into Chiefs territory and this time got the points as he connected with wide receiver Brandon Coleman in the end zone for a 10-yard touchdown pass. The PAT kick left the Chiefs with a 24-21 lead and 2 minutes, 33 seconds to play.

The Saints attempted an onside kick but the ball rolled out of bounds, giving Kansas City possession. The Chiefs were able to add a 41-yard field goal from Santos with 28 seconds to play to set the final score.

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