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BY: BILL BREINICH 

NFL BEST BETS – Divisional Round 

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  • Game 1 – Buffalo Bills at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, January 23rd  

    After watching these two teams play on Wild Card weekend, I wish we could just call this the Super Bowl. Both teams are playing really good football right now, and its honestly I think this might come down to whoever has the ball last.  

    Both teams can light up the scoreboard, very fast. I think this game is going to reach the 30s, with the home team coming out victorious after the Bills beat them at ArrowHead earlier in the season. 

    But in reality, the line is sitting at 2 points with the Chiefs being favored, so its basically a coin flip. 

    We know one thing is certain, and that is each of these defenses can allow points pretty easily, while the offenses are both two of the leagues best. 

    Give me a ton of points in this one.  

    PICK: Total Points OVER 53.5 

    BEST PROP: Travis Kelce anytime TD (-120) 

    We all know Kelce shows up in big moments. Mahomes loves his tight end, and has all the trust in the world on him. Check out any news outlets. 

    Kelce is coming off a 5 catch, 108 yard game last week against the Steelers, including a score.  

    Mahomes needs to establish Kelce in the offense early on to keep up the Bills offense.  

    Kelce finds paydirt here.  

  • Game 2 – San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers, Saturday, January 22nd 

    We all aware that the 49ers are playing at an all time high level right now, and what better timing for it. ALTHOUGH, this is the 49ers third consecutive away game, and they aren’t traveling to rays of sunshine this weekend.  

    The “Frozen Tundra,” and Rodgers are waiting for the Niners to step on the ice-covered grass. Jimmy G is not accustomed to this type of weather, and well.. Rodgers has proven countless times he can win in any weather.  

    By no means am I saying the Packers win this game by a landslide, but the spread being below a touchdown intrigues me muchly. 

    Give me the Pack here to advance to the NFC title game. 

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    PICK: Packers to COVER the spread (-5.5)