Saturday’s two NFL Playoff games feature the two highest-scoring teams this season, the Chiefs and Rams. Does that guarantee two Over’s or not? Keep reading.
Kansas City was the top-scoring team in the NFL at 35.3 PPG and they might need every one of those points to hold off fast-charging Indianapolis. This will be the highest of the Super Bowl quarterfinals and early in the week, it was toggling back and forth between 56 and 56.5.
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It would be redundant to go over every facet of the Chiefs scoring prowess. This much we know, quarterback Patrick Mahomes had a sensational first-year as a starter and Kansas City has as many playmakers as Clemson has NFL-quality defensive linemen. Only four times has K.C. been held below 30 points this season, but the last two mattered, as playoff teams Baltimore and the Los Angeles Chargers did it in the land of barbeque.
Since starting 1-5 and permitting 30.3 PPG, the Indianapolis has done their part in the Colts 180-degree turnaround in permitting 14.6 PPG during their 10-1 sprint. Statistically, coach Frank Reich defense does not jump off the page. But after starting in the lower 25 percent of the Yards Per Point category, they ended up 7th overall and were Top 4 from Week 7 out.
With Andy Reid’s club having conceded 31.6 PPG against winning teams this season and with their offense, there is every reason to believe an OVER is possible and chances are it is best to grab it at 56.5 or lower for the best value and against the NFL odds. Kansas City is 10-2 OVER this season when both teams score 20 or more points.