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Chiefs vs. Washington odds, picks, how to watch, live stream: Model reveals 2021 Week 6 NFL predictions

The Kansas City Chiefs and Washington Football Team were division winners a season ago and both have designs on winning their divisions again. However, both teams have started 2-3. On Sunday, they'll go head-to-head and both teams need a win to keep their respective division leaders in sight. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. ET from FedEx Field. The Chiefs are 6.5-point favorites in the latest Chiefs vs. Washington odds from Caesars Sportsbook. The over-under for total points scored is 54, which is the highest among the Week 6 NFL lines. In select markets, Sunday's matchup can be seen live on CBS and streamed live on Paramount+ with their must-have Premium plan.
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Week 6 Fantasy Picks: Start 'Em, Sit 'Em for Chiefs vs Washington

The Kansas City Chiefs will look to get back to a .500 record when they go one the road to take on the Washington Football Team in Week 5. FanDuel Sportsbook has the Chiefs slated as 7-point favorites in a game that features some of the biggest names in fantasy football.

Here’s how the Kansas City Chiefs can beat the Washington Football Team on Sunday

The Chiefs will be seeking to right a listing ship on Sunday against the Washington Football Team at FedExField. After winning their first game of the season, the Chiefs have been underwhelming. They lost three of their next four largely because of self-inflicted wounds, and now they’re in last place in the AFC West at 2-3 — the same record as Washington.

NFL Expert Picks: Washington Football Team vs. Kansas City Chiefs Predictions

NFL Expert Picks: Washington Football Team vs. Kansas City Chiefs Predictions. The Kansas City Chiefs are in major trouble as they dropped another game, falling to 2-3 after five games. Considering it took until February to see the Chiefs lose their third game last season, this is a pretty big deal.

The Chiefs Need To Play a Disciplined Brand of Football This Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs have a losing record this season, and it says a lot more about them than the opponents they've faced. Teams like the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, Los Angeles Chargers and Baltimore Ravens were supposed to be tough battles within the AFC. What wasn't supposed to happen, though, was the Chiefs effectively beating themselves for long stretches within games this year.
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Washington to Wear Throwback Uniforms Week 6 Vs. Chiefs

Washington to wear throwback uniforms Week 6 vs. Chiefs originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington. The Washington Football Team will be throwing it back this Sunday. For the team’s Week 6 home matchup vs. the reigning AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs, Washington will be donning their throwback uniforms with burgundy jerseys and helmets paired with tan/gold pants.

Find out why, after poring over Week 6 NFL odds and all of their picks, those are two of our analysts' five favorite bets for Sunday's early afternoon games.

» Read Our Favorite Bets For Sunday’s Late Games «. Chris Raybon: Under the direction of new play-caller Bill Lazor, the Bears have called 76 runs and only 41 passes over the past two weeks. When they do pass, they’re often going with heavy personnel and giving rookie quarterback Justin Fields time via max protection.

The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Washington Football Team

The Kansas City Chiefs play the Washington Football team Sunday afternoon. The Chiefs are coming off their 3rd loss of the season. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who had 3 turnovers last week, says he has to get back to the basics. Both teams are 2-3 for the season. The kickoff...
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Bills visit Titans eager to keep rolling, get more payback

Social media and video have made it impossible for the Buffalo Bills to forget their last game against the Tennessee Titans. Derrick Henry stiff-arming Bills cornerback Josh Norman off his feet through the air literally was everywhere as a highlight, gif or meme. Time hasn't eased the memory either. “We...
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Washington to officially retire Sean Taylor's No. 21

The Washington Football Team announced it will officially retire Sean Taylor's No. 21 during its Week 6 game against the Chiefs Sunday. Taylor's retirement ceremony will be a part of a larger event honoring nearly 100 Washington Football Team alumni before Sunday's game begins. Taylor's family will join the team on the field for the pregame ceremony.
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What to watch in NFL Week 5: London game, Bills vs. Chiefs bookend Sunday slate

After four weeks of the NFL season, only one team remains undefeated. And for the Arizona Cardinals, the dazzling play of Kyler Murray is only one reason. While the Arizona offense may bear “Air Raid” as a nickname, the team threw the ball 32 times and ran it 40 times for 216 yards and two touchdowns in its emphatic 37-20 victory over the Los Angeles Rams last week. Murray passed for 268 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 39 yards, but there’s more to Coach Kliff Kingsbury’s offense than just the star quarterback.

Chiefs to bench Daniel Sorensen, start Juan Thornhill in Week 6

The Kansas City Chiefs are finally making a change at the free safety position according to a new report. Eighth-year veteran Daniel Sorensen is heading to the bench in Week 6, yielding starting snaps to third-year man Juan Thornhill per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Steve Spagnuolo hinted this change might be coming during his press conference earlier in the week, defending Sorensen in the same breath.