High / Low for Chiefs-Rams is the highest since 1986



Strikes are waiting for the fireworks next week in Mexico City, where Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams will play on Monday evening at 11th week at Estadio Azteca at a meeting between Super Bowl contestants with explosive offenses.

On Sunday, the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook opened up to 64 chips and game chips between Chiefs and Rams, which, if retained, would be the highest since at least 1986, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

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The highest fluctuations and falls previously recorded in the ESPN NFL database were 62 in November 2009 between St. Louis Rams a San Francisco 49ers. Rams won 34-24.

The bosses are second in the NFL at points and averaging 35.3 points per game. Kansas City improved to 9-1 with a 26-14 victory over cardinals in Arizona.

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Rams (9-1) also scored a score of 33.5 points per game after a 36-34 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

This will be the third straight season in which the NFL celebrates the regular season in Mexico City. The two previous duels at Estadio Azteca reached an average of 44 points.

Rams opened as a 1 point favorite on Chiefs on the SuperBook. The line increased to -1.5 on Sunday night.


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