Patriots Beat Chiefs 43-40 In Thrilling Clash Of AFC Powerhouses

Week 6 DFS Vegas Report

Patriots news: Tom Brady and Julian Edelman have never lost to an AFC opponent at Gillette Stadium when they both play

Those who have money riding on the Kansas City Chiefs to defeat the New England Patriots may not find this news amusing, but it's true: The Patriots have been undefeated at home against AFC teams when quarterback Tom Brady and wide receiver Julian Edelman were both active.

Defensive tackle Malcolm Brown is inactive for New England after starting all five games this season.

Even better for the Patriots: By improving to 4-2, and dropping the Chiefs to 5-1, it keeps them out of what could have been too deep of a hole from which to recover for possible home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs.

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Brady went 24-for-35 with 340 yards and one touchdown. This year's Patriots team also looks more vulnerable than the New England team that Kansas City beat handily last season. They've given up the second-most yards per game and the fourth-most to quarterbacks.

Mahomes threw a touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill to give the Chiefs their first lead since they led 3-0 in the first quarter.

After the Patriots settled for a field goal to take 40-33 lead, Mahomes then easily tied the game in just 12 seconds, throwing to Hill for a 75-yard touchdown. Patrick Mahomes will get his first taste of this rivalry as Andy Reid and the Chiefs have played the Patriots tough in the past - "we're on to Cincinnati".

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