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[FREE]** Indianapolis Colts vs Kansas City Chiefs 2018 Live Stream NFL Football | online

The Divisional Round of the 2019 NFL Playoffs will begin on Saturday when the Kansas City Chiefs host the Indianapolis Colts. The Chiefs had Wild Card weekend off after earning the top seed in the AFC—their first No. 1 finish since 1995—after a strong 12-4 campaign, while the No. 6 Colts were the last team in thanks to their victory over the Tennessee Titans in the Week 17 finale. Indianapolis became just the third team since the merger to start 1-5 and still quality for the postseason thanks to a 9-1 finish to their season. The squad continued its momentum in the playoffs with a thorough rout of the AFC South rival Houston Texans.

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The Chiefs have been installed as a 5.5-point favorites in the Divisional opener, which should come as no surprise given how dominant Kansas City has been at Arrowhead in 2018. The club went 7-1 this year at its home digs and now gets to host a team that was just .500 in regular season road games. Indianapolis did pick up a road win in the Wild Card, but was fortunate to match up with a Houston team that can’t seem to find a way to beat the Colts at NRG Stadium. Indianapolis has now gone 6-1 over its last seven at that venue, including the convincing win this past Saturday. Houston’s only score came in the fourth quarter of a game that was never in doubt, with the Colts utilizing a rush-first game plan to control the clock and rack up 200 yards against the league’s third-ranked ground defense. Given that Kansas City allowed an average of 132.1 rushing yards per game to opponents this past season, the Colts could keep this one close by pounding the rock and keeping star second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the explosive Chiefs offense—which led the league by scoring 35.3 points per game on average—off the field as much as possible.

Still, it’s hard to see a scenario in which Indy’s defense, which has been respectable this year and ranked in the top-10 for points allowed, can completely shut down the Kansas City offense the same way it did to Houston’s. Another key battle in this contest will be whether or not the Chiefs can generate pressure against star quarterback Andrew Luck. The Colts allowed the fewest sacks during the campaign, but the offensive line will now face its toughest test against a unit that led the league in sacks with 52. Whichever side wins the war in the trenches will likely advance to the AFC Championship Game.

Posted by: Rubel Hossain
1/12/19

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