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Let’s not dance around it. This is probably a preview for the AFC Championship game. Ja’Marr Chase will return to a Bengals team that’s come out of their bye week swinging like Chris Rock referenced their bald wife in a joke at the Oscars. With back-to-back road wins against the Steelers and Titans, Cincinnati once again looks like a team getting hot at the right time. This is a revenge game for the Chiefs, who have dropped two games to the Bengals in the last calendar year. The two faced off in Cincinnati late in the 2021 regular season, a game the Bengals won 34-31 with a walk-off field goal. They then met again in the AFC Championship, where the Bengals again won with a field goal, this one in overtime to pull off the 27-24 victory. Cincinnati might have the Chiefs’ number, but Kansas City has improved in a big way. Last year, the Chiefs had one of the worst defenses against the run in the league, which wasn’t ideal for a team that also boasted a bad secondary (shoutout to Daniel Sorensen) cough cough. Kansas City has grown instrumentally in its secondary and on the ground. With opponents averaging only 102.0 rushing yards per game, the Chiefs have a top-five defense against the run this season. That doesn’t bode well for a Bengals team that’s been struggling to gain yards on the ground all year…and also might be down their starting running back. The Bengals have a relatively mediocre pass defense, so expect Patrick Mahomes to eat them alive. Speaking of Mahomes, Sunday’s is a significant milestone for Pat, as he’ll make his 75th career start in the league. Mahomes already holds a considerable amount of records for a quarterback entering his 75th career start, obliterating every one of the previous marks. Let’s check where he ranks in the following:
Wins through 75 starts: 1
Passing yards through 75 starts: 1
Touchdown passes through 75 starts: 1
Passer rating through 75 starts: 1
Perhaps the most dominant figure is Patrick Mahomes’ win percentage. I know we’ve become desensitized to Patrick Mahomes creating insane plays out of his ass, but we’re watching greatness in real-time. The .797 win percentage is already the highest in NFL history for any player who has made at least 75 starts, and Mahomes can become the first quarterback to have a .800 win percentage with at least 75 starts with a win against Cincinnati Sunday. Mahomes is rocking with a much stronger defense than last year. Vegas likes the Chiefs -2, and Bob the Builder couldn’t hammer that faster than a good bettor. Chiefs Moneyline? I’ll take some walking around change. Take the Chiefs money-line to get your free $150 from DraftKings!