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Andy Reid History Could Point to Chiefs Cover in Super Bowl

David Kaestle
Andy Reid during the AFC Championship - Buffalo Bills v Kansas City Chiefs.
Andy Reid during the AFC Championship - Buffalo Bills v Kansas City Chiefs. / Jamie Squire/Getty Images

Super Bowl LV is set. The Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on February 7 in Tampa. As the biggest betting event of the year for sports fans, everyone is searching for any and every angle to help them pick the right side when making a wager.

If you're looking for a reason to bet on the Chiefs, you might not have to look any further than their head coach, Andy Reid.

Reid has been one of the best coaches in the NFL for roughly two decades now, and his betting record shows it. Reid is 40-22-1 against the spread (ATS) on the road in his career with the Chiefs. Which is a 65% cover percentage. That is certainly a trend big enough to sway thinking in one way.

While every trend needs to be taken into context, given how many there are and how some may conflict with each other, one as straight forward and recent as this is certainly something to take note of as you are deciding where to place your bets.

Kansas City is currently a 3-point favorite, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's Super Bowl odds.

Be sure to follow along with The Duel's full Super Bowl 55 coverage for any and every useful betting trend leading up to the big game in less than two weeks.

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