Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs Live Stream
Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs
DATE: JANUARY 24, 2021
TIME: SUNDAY • 5:40pm
LOCATION: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO
COVERAGE: Watch – CBS, NFL Live on Yahoo Sports, NFL App
Listen – NFL Game Pass, Westwood One, Sirius XM
The stage is set at Arrowhead Stadium for the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills to go head to head with the victor going to Tampa for Super Bowl LV. After Patrick Mahomes left the divisional round because of injury, Chad Henne had the option to help K.C. keep its expectations of a recurrent alive by clinging to beat the Browns. In the interim, Buffalo held Baltimore to only three focuses on the way to a success, putting the Bills on the doorstep of their first Super Bowl appearance since 1993.
The following, we will plunge into all the distinctive wagering points that this game has to bring to the table. Just as picks encompassing the spread and all out from our CBS Sports and SportsLine specialists, you’ll likewise get a portion of within scoop on our number one prop wagers for this energizing matchup to wrap up Championship Sunday.
“The Bills have been vastly improved on protection since the halfway purpose of the period. Facilitator Leslie Frazier has made a decent showing. With respect to Buffalo’s offense, Josh Allen didn’t set up his typical pretentious numbers a week ago against the Ravens, yet he made enough plays. It was a blustery evening. On the off chance that the climate holds up here – and Mahomes is in the game – this could be an extraordinary shootout of two major equipped passers. The two guards have improved since the Chiefs beat the Bills in Week 6, a game where Kansas City ran the football to win it. Clyde Edwards-Helaire ran for 161 in Kansas City’s 26-17 triumph. This time around, I believe it’s a greater amount of an air game with the two quarterbacks having great games. I picked the Chiefs to get to the Super Bowl before the season and I am staying with that. Be that as it may, it will be close – even with Mahomes.” – Pete Prisco on how Kansas City defeats a 31-30 success over Buffalo.
“Josh Allen has been playing at a MVP-level the entire year and I figure he can outduel a beat up Mahomes. I’m picking the Bills here and on the off chance that they win, there’s a half possibility I’ll bounce through a flaring collapsing table in my patio to commend their first Super Bowl appearance since 1993. My neighbors will presumably call the police, yet it’s a danger I’m willing to take.” – John Breech on why he prefers Buffalo by a field objective.
In his intense expectations piece for the divisional round, CBS Sports’ Cody Benjamin has Bills recipient Stefon Diggs moving toward 200 yards getting in this game against the Chiefs. To peruse the remainder of Cody’s intense forecasts (in addition to an expectation for this game), click here.
“I’ve been stating this for in any event the whole second 50% of the period: Buffalo is one of only a handful few groups in the AFC that can coordinate the hostile capability of the Chiefs. The development of Josh Allen enables the Bills to coordinate Patrick Mahomes and the Cheifs toss for-toss, which makes this an especially extreme draw for the protecting champs. … At the point when you have Mahomes perhaps going at not exactly max throttle, it just adds to the craving to lean towards Buffalo. All things considered, the Bills are the a lot more sizzling group coming into this AFC title game. They are 12-6 ATS on the season, while Kansas City is beneath .500 in such manner at 7-10 ATS.” – Tyler Sullivan clarifies why he loves Buffalo by a score, 30-23.