- The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills have +100 odds to be the highest scoring game of the Divisional Round.
- The Bills and Chiefs were the top two highest-scoring teams in the Wild Card Round.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Heading into the Divisional Round, a powerhouse matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills is scheduled at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
Going into the game, NFL sportsbooks have prop odds on which game is going to have the highest amount of points scored and the matchup between the Chiefs and Bills is favored.
Divisional Round - Highest Scoring Game Odds
- Bills @ Chiefs +100
- Rams @ Buccaneers +275
- 49ers @ Packers +350
- Bengals @ Titans +450
Scoring In Bunches
The first thing to note is that these are two of the top-five highest-scoring teams in the league this season. The Buffalo Bills are putting up 28.4 ppg this season while the Kansas City Chiefs are averaging 28.3 ppg.
It is also worth noting that these two teams put up the most points in the Wild Card Round as well. The Bills put up a playoff-high of 47 points in their win over the New England Patriots. The Chiefs were right behind them with 42 points as they defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers.
These two teams also met once before this season back in Week 5 where they combined for 58 total points in the game as the Bills won 38-10. The game total in Week 5 was set at 57 points.
The total points for this game is set at 54 points which is the highest total set for the weekend of games and the public is all over them hitting the Over with 71% of the bets and a whopping 95% of the betting handle.
The game is set to take place on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST and will be broadcasted on CBS.
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