Giants vs. Chiefs 2013, NFL picks Week 4: Kansas City favored at home against New York

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NFL experts are largely in favor of the Chiefs in their Week 4 game at home against the Giants.

The Chiefs will host the Giants in Week 4 in a game that features two teams that seem to be going in different directions. The Chiefs are 3-0 and are riding high with new head coach Andy Reid and a vastly improved offense, while the Giants are struggling to find any consistency on both sides of the ball. New York's 0-3 record showcases the squad's inability to play well as a team.

The Chiefs have shown an impressive defense over the last few years, but Reid's new offense and quarterback Alex Smith's arrival have opened up the offense. With a more-balanced attack, Kansas City has rolled through the likes of the Eagles, Cowboys and Jaguars. They will look to add the Giants to the list on Sunday.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning has been a nightmare this season. He has thrown more interceptions than any other quarterback in the league and the Giants have not been able to recover due to lack of a run game. On top of its offensive woes, the New York defense has failed to stop anyone from scoring. For a win on the road, the Giants will have to resurrected their success from past seasons.

The differential in the standings has made the predictions a bit easier for the experts this week. ESPN's panel of experts have all gone with the Chiefs at home. The same can be said about the experts at CBS Sports. However, when the spread was considered (Chiefs favored by 4.5 points), CBS's Pete Prisco was the sole analyst to pick the Giants.

SB Nation's panel of experts have all agreed that the Chiefs will come out victorious against the worrisome Giants.

The Chiefs will host the Giants at 1 p.m. Sunday. The game will be televised on FOX.

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