If they win the OT coin toss they win the game and SB is definitely a hot take, who knows? Think Pats pulled out a couple big games over the years where it wasn't looking great to get some benefit of the doubt there. Only reason the game was even in Arrowhead was because of that Miami Miracle Gronk playing defense game to begin with.
Rams weren't the same offense by the time the SB rolled around that they had been all year with Kupp dead and Gurley banged up, as well as the fact teams had begun to solve their zone running game but even then, Chiefs would've been like -2.5-3 just like NE. If they could lose to the Bengals with 90-95% win probability right before half, they could've lost that.
Both defenses were non-existent at the end of regulation. In the 4th quarter KC scored 3 TDs and a FG on the final drive that started with 31 seconds and 1 timeout left.
Basically the same situation as in the 13 seconds game a couple years later. Whoever goes first in OT is a huge favorite to win the game. In that game Buffalo got unlucky and lost the coin toss.
The first TD was 9 seconds into the 4th finishing a long drive, another TD was on a short field off INT, they did punt once after those.
Yeah if they won the toss, they would've been favored but they would not have been favored to go down the field and just score a TD. I guess that is a matter of opinion, but I'd have more faith in the 2018 Pats D than say the 2021 Bills or 2016 Falcons
Definitely a bizarre box score to look at for team stats....540-290 yards, over 2x time of possession, Kelce/Hill didn't do much but Watkins/Williams feasted, Brady 2 INT's definitely kept it closer than the box score suggested.