This whole panel picked Patriots to beat Chiefs ... except Ray Lewis

This whole panel picked Patriots to beat Chiefs ... except Ray Lewis

Javier Howell
January 21, 2019

Since Tyreek Hill got to the National Football League in 2016, the Kansas City Chiefs have faced the Patriots twice. As USA Today's Andy Nesbitt put it on Thursday, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady "has been to what feels like 90 Super Bowls".

While it couldn't have come at a better time, they will need to duplicate that performance going on the road in the AFC Championship game against the high-powered Kansas City Chiefs.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Chiefs are 3-point favorites to beat the Patriots. With Brady dropping dimes left and right, the Patriots finished the first half with as many touchdowns (five) as the Chargers (five) had first downs. The Chiefs ranked 31st in total defense during the regular season and 31st in yards passing allowed. Heel issues have limited Berry to only three games this year.

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If the Chiefs want to advance to their first Super Bowl in almost 50 years, they'll need Eric Berry to play at his typical All Pro level. New England excels at quick, short passes that eat clock and keep the ball in Brady's hand. They have the opportunity of a lifetime to take down the dynasty of the Patriots and hang up their hat to succeed the Pats.

Regardless of how Butler's tenure with the Patriots ended, the Tennessee Titans CB and Brady always will have an unbreakable bond on the strength of two Super Bowl championships together, one of which Butler sealed with an unforgettable game-winning interception.

But considering Lewis once said he'd rather have Rex Ryan than Bill Belichick, we shouldn't be surprised with his selection.