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    Football Jesus

    ‘Podcast’
    NE Patriots

    ‘BIG opinions’
    steelers
    packers
    seahawkss

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    TONY FINN

    NFL PLAYOFF GAME OF THE YEAR!
    Kansas City Chiefs

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    David Banks

    New England Patriots-4.5
    The Chiefs have now won 11 in a row thanks to its complete dominance of the Houston Texans in last week’s Wild Card playoff game. Now, head coach Andy Reid’s squad earns a trip to top seed New England in the Divisional Round. They may have to do it without star wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.

    Maclin, who was obtained last offseason to add a legitimate threat to the receiving corps, left last week’s game against Houston and appears to have just ankle sprain. Chiefs’ fans can relax as an MRI showed that Maclin did not have a torn ACL as many had thought. Still, the Chiefs leading receiver is listed as day-to-day. Maclin had 90 receptions for 1,117 yards and eight touchdowns. Without him, the Chiefs lose an outside receiving threat. Quarterback Alex Smith would still have TE Travis Kelce, one of the NFL’s best receiving tight ends, but without Maclin on the outside, the Patriots defense can work on taking away Kelce and forcing Smith to work elsewhere.

    If Maclin plays, a world of opportunity opens up for Smith, who was 17-of-22 for 190 yards and a touchdown in the 30-0 win over the Texans. Kelce, by the way, had eight of those catches for 128 yards.

    Regardless of Maclin, the Chiefs still must face Patriots QB Tom Brady and company. The Patriots, the defending Super Bowl champions, have not lost a postseason game since 2013 when they lost in the AFC Championship game. What will be weighing heavily on the mind of New England head Bill Belichick is the last meeting between the two teams. In September of 2014, the Patriots were blown out by the Chiefs, 41-14, on Monday Night Football. A lot has changed for both teams since, but the game is a reminder that anything can happen.

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    Spartan | NFL Total

    Dime Play – Over 49 – Packers / Cardinals

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    Mark Franco

    Chiefs

    Cardinals

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    James Patrick Sports

    5* Chiefs / Patriots – Over

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    Sebastian

    100* NE
    300* Under – NE-KC

    100* Green Bay
    200* Over – GB-AZ

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    INDIAN COWBOY

    8-Unit Play. #302. Take New England Patriots -5
    over Kansas City Chiefs
    (Saturday @ 4:35pm est)
    Our first selection here we roll with the Patriots as they hook up against the Chiefs. Note, a few things here, you have a New England team that was routed by Kansas City the last time they played each other September 29th on 2014 by a final score of 14-41 in an embarrassing and public display of carnage. Trent Dilfer even signaled the end of the New England Patriots Dynasty. To which the Patriots used that loss to galvanize themselves and rout their oppoents the remainder of the season including winning a Super Bowl. Now, they get to face the same team that caused that destruction but at home. Sure, the Chiefs finally got that monkey off their back of not winning a playoff game the last time they played each other by destroying a Texans team with no quarterback. This game will be a bit different. You have a Patriots team that is stout on the defensive side and does have a quarterback. You will not see the Patriots yielding 41 points to this Chiefs offense like they did last time. And, you will not see a Patriots team lose 3 contests in a row as they come off losses to division rivals in the Jets and the Dolphins. Look for the Pats to bounce-back in a big way here and step-up for what is likely a huge playoff win. Sure, the Chiefs are rolling and have not lost since October 18th when they lost 10-16 to the Vikings on the road. But, this is the same team that lost by 10 to the Packers and 15 to the Bengals. And, none of the wins in this streak is that impressive – even the Broncos win is not that impressive considering the Broncos have so many questions with both quarterbacks that play for them. The Chiefs are not unbeatable and face a stout competition here with a team that is incredibly motivated to rout them. The Pats are 12-3-2 ATS in their last 15 home games when facing a team with a winning road record and the Chiefs are 1-6 ATS in their last 7 playoff games to boot. The Pats on a double bounce-back, with revenge from the loss at Arrowhead, decent public fade and the Chiefs struggle against above .500 teams of which they played very few on their winning streak. Patriots 30, Chiefs 17

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    VERNON CROY

    6-Unit Play. #302. Take New England Patriots -5
    over Kansas City Chiefs
    (Saturday @ 4:35pm est)

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    ROBERT FERRINGO

    5-Unit Play. #302. Take New England Patriots -5
    over Kansas City Chiefs
    (Saturday @ 4:35pm est)

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    VEGAS SPORTS INFORMER

    5-Unit Play. #302. Take New England Patriots -5
    over Kansas City Chiefs
    (Saturday @ 4:35pm est)

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    Power Play Wins

    ‘POWER PLAY OF THE DAY’
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS -4.5

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    Al DeMarco

    15 DIMER – Arizona Cardinals

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    Wiseguy Insider

    ‘Insider Play of the Day’
    New England Patriots -4.5

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    NSA “THE LEGEND”

    25* NE Patriots -4.5

    20* GB Packers +8

    10* Packers – Under 50

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