The all-powered Chiefs offense managed to score in all four quarters in six of their 18 games this season. Not bad until you find out the 49ers have done so nine times.
We are thinking shootout and since both teams scored in every quarter twice in the last seven Super Bowls, we are going to go with each of them doing it again, especially since the odds are positive.
To Score in Every Quarter (1-4) –
49ers (+200) . . . $10 / $20
Chiefs (+165) . . . $10 / $16.50
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>>> Remember Shady McCoy? I am not sure if you do, but I do and I know darn well that Andy Reid does. He hasn’t touched the ball since Dec. 15 and has played just one snap in the playoffs. Down the stretch, he shook off some minor injuries and battled an illness – as many in the Chiefs locker room have done this week – but it is his first Super Bowl and Reid’s guy dating back to 2009 with the Eagles.
If active, he should get at least a few carries along with Darwin Thompson, which means that starting running back Damien Williams will get fewer, especially since Williams is the more viable receiving weapon for Patrick Mahomes among RBs
More rushing attempts for McCoy and Thompson means fewer for Williams.
Williams Under 13.5 Rushing Attempts (-112) . . . $10/$9