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Adam: You can find this bet in the Kansas City Player Specials market and I really like the chance of this one landing. I also wouldn't put anyone off taking Rashee Rice over 7.5 receptions at 6/4 in the same market.
Back to the effervescent running back, who has carried this Chiefs offense at times this season and averaged a tick under 15 carries in the regular season. So why are you taking over 18.5 you schmuck, I hear you say?!
Pacheco's usage has steadily increased through the season, as Andy Reid has begun to rely on him to open up the passing game and he averages 21 carries so far in the post season - hitting 24 against both the Ravens and Miami.
If the Chiefs get an early lead, they will look to Pacheco to grind out the game and run down the clock.
Alan: I'm siding with the force of nature that is Patrick Lavon Mahomes II, and his ability to effectively throw three or more TD passes (over 2.5) on the night. Nice price at 11/4, especially if like me you think that the evening will be littered with scoring plays.
KC have had by their standards an ordinary-ish regular season. However - this gifted gentleman and his focused cohorts have come alive in post-season, winning two huge contests away from home with authority. Underdogs, understandably too, on both occasions. Now their magnificent General can engineer a SB repeat, which is historically a very difficult trick to pull off.
Can we imagine Mahomes finding Kelce at least once in this match, to bring it home? You bet. Rookie sensation Rashee Rice? Too right. They're so, so much more than just an aerial threat courtesy of Mahomes' arm, but particularly late in the piece I can see Patrick carving 'em up, big-time. A sporting bet at a great price.
Jonny: I've opted for Brock Purdy to throw for under 244.5 passing yards for around even money, but honestly, I thought it would be odds-on.
Purdy averaged nearly 268 yards per game during the regular season and threw for 245 yards against the Packers and 258 yards against the Lions in the postseason. He’s thrown for less than 200 yards just once this term, and has gone over 246.5 yards 12 times in 18 games.
However, he's facing an elite Kansas City defense on Sunday, who have kept opposing QBs in check this postseason. Both Tua Tagovailoa and Josh Allen failed to break the 200-yard mark, while Lamar Jackson threw for 272 yards on 37 attempts in the AFC Championship game. I think if Purdy is to throw over 244.5 yards, he's going to have to take more risks, which plays into the Chiefs' hands, in my opinion.
Neil: I think KC win the game but I am also backing the best player to actually come from the losing team. My fandom of Christian McCaffrey goes back to his college years, when I still contend that he was robbed of the Heisman Trophy after a wonderful campaign for the Stanford Cardinal.
The star Running Back has translated that game to the professional ranks to become without a doubt, the most versatile player in his position currently playing. We've seen him go between the tackles for both short and long gains, he can exploit the outside zone and his ability to get the ball in space and take the screen pass for big plays has been seen many a time throughout the season.
If San Fran are to win or at least keep it close, they are going to rely heavily on #23 and I expect them to use him early and often. Going over 75 yards is fully expected as is a score. This added price is for that second touchdown but at 3/1, I think it is well worth a punt.
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