The Rams put plenty of pressure on Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes during Monday night's wild game, and in the end that started to get to him mentally as well as physically. The highly anticipated showdown between the Chiefs and Rams lived up to the "game of the year" hype and then some, as both teams combined for 105 combined points, much more than the over/under point total of 64.
Jared Goff led the Rams to their thrilling 54-51 victory throwing for 413 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions. Rams fans are likely feeling just as good, however, and why shouldn't they? In total, there were 14 touchdowns scored last night, which is one more than the Buffalo Bills have scored all season, according to ESPN.
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The Rams opened last weekend as consensus 1-point favorites at Las Vegas sportsbooks, and the line was bet up to Rams -2.5 last Monday before being taken off the board due to uncertainty about where the game would be played.
The game had opened and closed at 64, the highest over/under in an National Football League game since at least 1986, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.