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Patrick Mahomes is expected to bring his magic act to Miami. Defensive coordinators can do little but scratch their heads in the face of his quickness, resilience, creativity, and accuracy. He can beat you with his arm (even occasionally with his left arm), he can beat you with his legs (he led KC in rushing in both rounds of the playoffs), and he can keep plays alive long enough to do both in a single play.
Add the likes of Travis Kelce, Sammy Watkins, and Tyreek Hill to the mix, and the SF defense has a tough task ahead of them.
But that defense is one of the best in football, boasting a stalwart, speedy front seven—featuring four players with 6+ sacks on the season, Nick Bosa, Arik Armstead, DeForest Buckner, and Dee Ford—and a strategically gifted secondary led by Richard Sherman, who seasoned quarterbacks, like Aaron Rodgers in the Conference Championship, have been avoiding at all costs.
If the 49ers’ defense can put even a little damper on Mahomes’s magic, Jimmy Garoppolo, together with Raheem Mostert, George Kittle, and company, may be able to keep pace.
Most broadly speaking, KC is the slight favorite (-1.5 in the point spread, -122 money line), as well as in rankings like DVOA, which put the Chiefs at 2nd overall and the 49ers at 4th at the end of the season. Both teams have high-powered offenses that scored an average of 30 points per game between the regular season and playoffs, and the game Over/Under is set at 54 points.
The MVP race is intriguing. If Kansas City wins the Lombardi Trophy, Mahomes is a massive favorite to win the MVP, and he has the best overall odds (+115) of earning that distinction. After him, the Chiefs with the best odds are Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, each at +2000.
On the other side of the field, Garoppolo has the best odds to take the MVP title (+225), but Raheem Mostert (+900), who has become the biggest weapon on the 49ers offense, is not far behind. Following him is George Kittle (+1600), and then defensive rookie of the year Nick Bosa (+2500), tied with KC running back Damien Williams.
If you’re betting the big game, you may want to put together a multi-leg parlay with some deeper cuts, like turnover total (O/U 2.5), half and quarter lines, and prop bets on things like the first player or team to score or the details of the coin toss. Put together a fun parlay to amp up the excitement—and the potential winnings!