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Here are Jack Green's five NFL tips to consider for Thursday night's Week 7 clash between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos.

Kansas City Chiefs to win

The Chiefs have lost back-to-back games since starting the season 4-0, but should bounce back against the Broncos.

Denver are coming off the back of two wins against struggling teams in the Los Angeles Chargers and Tennessee Titans, but they’re still 2-4 and it’s hard to see them beating a team that has dominated them in recent years.

Kansas City have won the last seven meetings between these division rivals, including the last four in Denver.

Under 48.5 total points

With quarterback Patrick Mahomes hampered by an ankle injury over the past two weeks, Kansas City haven’t been the same offensive force.

They scored 13 points against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 5, and 24 against the Houston Texans last Sunday.

The Broncos have only scored more than 16 on two occasions this season, and their three home games have averaged just 32 total points.

Phillip Lindsay over 68.5 rushing yards

The Chiefs have allowed 818 rushing yards to running backs this season – the most of any team in the NFL – so Lindsay should be in for a big day.

The Broncos’ leading rusher has averaged 79.5 yards on the ground per game over the last four weeks, passing the 70-yard mark against the Packers, Jaguars and Titans.

Noah Fant over 26.5 receiving yards

Opposing tight ends have averaged 71.5 receiving yards per game against the Chiefs this season, the third-most of any team in the league.

Fant has been quiet over the past two weeks, but he passed this mark in each of the first four games of the season and should get back on track on Thursday night.

Tyreek Hill to score a touchdown

Hill returned from injury in style against the Houston Texans last week, scoring two touchdowns after seeing 10 targets – six more than any other Kansas City receiver.

The big-play threat scored 12 receiving TDs last season and is worth backing to get into the endzone again on Thursday.


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