NFL Picks, Week 3: Saints Over Chiefs Is Unanimous Choice At ESPN

The Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints are both winless through two weeks of the 2012 NFL season. After Week 3, the Chiefs will still be winless, if the panel over at ESPN are to be believed.

The Worldwide Leader's panel of prognosticators has unanimously picked the Saints to beat the Chiefs in New Orleans on Sunday, which would give the Saints their first win of the year while sending the Chiefs to a brutal 0-3 start.

The same is also true over at Yahoo! sports, where all three experts have picked the Saints. Chiefs fans won't find any confidence from the voters at CBS Sports, either.

The Chiefs play the Saints at the Superdome in New Orleans Sunday at noon CT in a game televised by CBS.

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