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The NFL Divisional round gave us four games that literally came down to the wire. Both No. 1 seeds and the defending Super Bowl champs went down at home. The four teams remaining make this weekend the last shot for new players to get involved with sportsbooks before the Big Game.
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Conference Championships Preview
We’ll go over some key matchups on each offense vs. defense for the two games Sunday:
Bengals Run Game vs. Chiefs Run Defense: Joe Burrow gets a lot of attention with his playmaking, but another Joe, Joe Mixon, is keeping defenders honest with a strong run game. The Chiefs have struggled with run attacks, although they kept the Bengals to 60 yards in the Week 17 loss. Cincy will need to run more consistently to keep the pressure off Burrow Sunday afternoon
Chiefs Receivers vs. Bengals Secondary: Cincinnati may be getting some of their pass rushers back that missed the win in Tennessee. Will that help with Patrick Mahomes? Not sure. KC leads the postseason with 371 passing yards per game. The Bengals have held opponents below 248 ypg in the wins. They also didn’t have to try to stop Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill.
Rams Playmakers vs. 49ers Defense: Los Angeles had all four giveaways in the postseason so far against Tampa. Somehow, they still won. In the two wins over the Rams this season, the Niners finished with four takeaways and +2 in the turnover battle. The Rams explosive offense can make big chunk plays and swing momentum but can they avoid self-destruction?
49ers OL vs. Rams Pass Rush: LA finished third in the league with 50 sacks. Yeah, they spent a lot of resources on defense, including the trade for Von Miller. Jimmy Garoppolo has done well to keep the Niners in games and avoid major catastrophe. He’ll need to protect the ball and get the ball to his playmakers – and away from the marauding rushers.
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