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With the way Hurricane Ian is traveling North, it’s looking like this game will be played at a neutral site in the midwest (Minnesota seems to be the choice as of now). We sympathize and send love to everyone affected by this tragedy, especially on the West Coast of Florida. But football is football, and as much as I want to tell you all the Buccaneers will win this game, they probably won’t. That’s how good the Chiefs are- they are beat the team whose city just got ravaged by a Hurricane good. While Kansas City dropped a stinker to the Colts last week, expect a big bounce back in this one. Patrick Mahomes, now a career thirteen and three in September, had his worst statistical performance in the month ever last weekend. The Bucs’ pass rush is a daunting task, even with an injured Aikem Hicks, but I trust that Mahomes wants revenge for Super Bowl LV. Brady is currently winning the head-to-head battle by one game, and you know that eats away at the Kermit-voiced MVP. After having his worst game as a pro against a lowly Colts team, Clyde Edwards-Helaire is also due for a big game, most likely as a screen receiver. Expect the Chiefs to establish the run early, and then begin to get their air-raid attack involved.

The Bucs aren’t bad. They are just injured. The Bucs have more former pro-bowlers on the IR than bad teams have on their roster. Ryan Jensen is out for the year, Chris Godwin is yet to practice with a hamstring injury, and Julio Jones is out indefinitely. With Tom Brady only throwing the ball to Russell Gage and former mailmen, defenses have seen the run coming. That was certainly the case last week as Leanord Fournette ran the ball twelve times for only thirty-five yards. Mike Evans will return for this contest, but will he be enough? Tampa Bay still maintains a great defense, yet Tom Brady can’t play at an elite level without more weapons around him than a Kyle Rittenhouse shopping spree. All the Chiefs need to do is stop the run and let the best quarterback in the NFL outplay a really-good pass defense. Take the Chiefs’ Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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