KC Chiefs Must Play Mistake-Free Football
This could be a game without any interceptions as both quarterbacks had a low interception rate in the regular season. Allen only threw 10 interceptions on the season and did not throw an interception in either of the two postseason games this year. He did have a fumble but it was recovered by the Bills. This just means that the Chiefs are going to have to force a lot of punts and field goals and they may not be able to rely on turnovers of any kind.
The Bills have the same problem, as Mahomes has only thrown two postseason interceptions in his career, both of which came in the Super Bowl game against the amazing San Francisco 49ers’ 2019 defense. The Bills’ defense can’t compare to that 49ers defense so the chances are low that they could do the same.
With neither team running the ball often, the chances of forcing fumbles drops as well. This is going to be a hard-fought game for both teams as every drive counts.
Now some of you may remember, I’ve made a similar prediction before for Week 14 against the Dolphins. At the time, Mahomes had only two interceptions all year and Tua Tagovailoa had yet to throw one at all. Just like an announcer, I jinxed them as Mahomes threw three interceptions and Tua threw his first-ever in that game. Sorry in advance to Mahomes and Allen.
What will you be watching for Chiefs Kingdom?