|GIANTS 20, CHIEFS 16
This is the unpredictable NFL, so I'm going to pick the reeling visitors over the red-hot hosts. A David Wilson kick-return TD makes the difference.
|GIANTS 23, CHIEFS 16
I just can't see the Giants going 0-4, even in a hostile building against an unbeaten team. Desperation wins out here.
|GIANTS 17, CHIEFS 14
Andy Reid knows how to beat the Giants but Perry Fewell's defense finds a way to get Alex Smith to throw some picks for second straight year.
|CHIEFS 32, GIANTS 14
Big Blue's O-line has been a problem when healthy, this week it will be worse when they are hurt.
|CHIEFS 27, GIANTS 17
The Giants go on the road to face one of the best defenses in the game -- and a coach extremely familiar with them -- without two starting offensive lineman. Good Luck!
|GIANTS 27, CHIEFS 23
I just can't see Big Blue falling to 0-4 on Eli and Coughlin's watch.
|CHIEFS 24, GIANTS 20
The Giants will show heart but it won't be enough on the road.
|CHIEFS 21, GIANTS 16
Chiefs pass rush is the last thing Big Blue's O-line needs.
|CHIEFS 27, GIANTS 23
They're going to 0-4. Season is almost over already.
|CHIEFS 24, GIANTS 21
The Chiefs lead the league in sacks and have not turned the ball over. The Giants will play better than Week 3 but the Chiefs squeak by with the win.
|CHIEFS 28, GIANTS 17
The Giants are a mess right now and Kansas City won't be the place they find answers.
|GIANTS 24, CHIEFS 20
If the G-Men go 0-4 then I'll officially pronounce them officially terrible.
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