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Literally No Experts are Picking the Chiefs to Win

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Surprised? Nah, neither am I.

Sports Central New York wins, 29-13

After a physically-taxing 34-10 loss to the Titans, the Chiefs fell to 1-5 and saw their top two quarterbacks, Brodie Croyle and Damon Huard, go down with injuries. Croyle is lost for the season with a knee injury, while Huard's status is uncertain for next week with a thumb injury. That would be plenty to dampen the spirits of your average NFL coach. But not Herman Edwards, whose sunny disposition and amicable personality can always find the positive side to any situation.

Baltimore Beatdown Jets over Chiefs

As poor as the Jets played last weekend in their OT loss at Oakland, the Chiefs have looked even more pitiful. Without Larry Johnson, they have no go-to stars to look to. Even Brett Favre should be able to put up enough points to win this, even if he throws a couple more picks!

Seahawks.net Jets over Chiefs

How far off the national radar screen has Herm Edwards fallen? He’s making his second trip back to the Meadowlands on Sunday, and nobody cares.

Examiner.com Jets win 35-10

With the Chiefs down to their third-string quarterback and Larry Johnson being suspended there should be no way this game is even close at halftime. Then again this is the Jets.

LA Times Jets win

Down to their third quarterback, the Chiefs will give Tyler Thigpen his second career start. That's grim. The Jets shouldn't have much of a problem rebounding from their loss at Oakland.

Atlanta Journal Constitution Jets win

The Jets waited all last week. But Brett Favre never phoned to tell them how to beat the Raiders. New York wins, but give me K.C. and the 13.