Offensive fireworks are in store when the 5-1 Kansas City Chiefs host the 4-2 Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday Night Football. Both teams come in ranked in the top six in scoring and will look to bounce back following crushing defeats. Kickoff for the first Chiefs vs. Bengals game in three years is set for 8:20 p.m. ET from Arrowhead Stadium. Undefeated at home, Kansas City is a 6-point favorite in the latest Chiefs vs. Bengals odds. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas believes will be scored, is 56.5, down two from the opener, but still the highest of Week 7. Before you make any Chiefs vs. Bengals picks for Sunday Night Football, you need to hear what former Vegas bookmaker Micah Roberts has to say. 

A former Vegas bookmaker, Roberts has his finger on the Chiefs' pulse: he's 9-1 in his last 10 spread picks for or against Kansas City, including nailing last week's cover at New England and his even easier cash in Week 5 when the Chiefs (-3) destroyed the Jaguars, 30-14. 

On top of that, Roberts is a scorching 25-12 on all NFL picks this season, returning more than $1,200 to those following him.

After analyzing Chiefs vs. Bengals on "Sunday Night Football" from every possible angle, Roberts released a strong point-spread pick only over at SportsLine.

Roberts knows the Chiefs average 35.8 points per game, second in the NFL, behind Patrick Mahomes, the second-year quarterback with a strong, uncanny arm. He leads the NFL with 18 touchdown passes entering Week 7, while wideout Tyreek Hill looks like no defense can cover him. Hill, who already has six TD catches, burned the Patriots for seven receptions, 142 yards and three scores in last week's 43-40 loss in Foxborough, also on Sunday Night Football. 

If the Bengals try to blanket Hill, tight end Travis Kelce (33 catches, 468 yards, 3 TDs) and do-it-all running back Kareem Hunt (6 TDs) will make them pay. 

But just because the Chiefs' offense is a juggernaut doesn't mean they cover a big number against the first-place Bengals.

But just because Mahomes, Tyreek Hill (6 TDs), Kareem Hunt (6 TDs) and Travis Kelce are electrifying doesn't mean the Chiefs cover a big spread against the 4-2 Bengals. 

Cincinnati's offense is nearly as explosive, ranking sixth with 29 points per game. Andy Dalton (14 passing TDs) is enjoying a career resurgence while leading a balanced attack featuring A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, Joe Mixon and speedster John Ross

Led by Geno Atkins (six sacks), the Bengals should be able to disrupt Mahomes' timing. They are used to being underestimated and have covered eight of their last nine games against AFC foes. 

We can tell you Roberts is leaning Under, but his much stronger play is against the spread. Roberts -- who ran Station Casinos sportsbooks for over a dozen years -- is focused on a stunning betting trend that makes one side of the spread a must-back. 

So which side of the spread should you back for Chiefs vs. Bengals? And what stunning trend causes one side to hit hard? Visit SportsLine now to see which side you need to be all over, all from the former Vegas bookmaker who's on 9-1 heater on Chiefs' pointspread picks