Brazil vs Cameroon

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Brazil vs Cameroon

Brazil vs Cameroon Live,The Brazilian national team’s trip to England comes to a close on Tuesday when the team faces Cameroon in an international friendly. The match comes just days after Brazil took on Uruguay at the massive Emirates Stadium, but this one will take place in the much smaller Stadium MK of League Two side Milton Keynes Dons.

Brazil’s preparations for the 2019 Copa America continue in Milton Keynes on Tuesday, when they face Cameroon at Stadium MK.

Tite’s side did enough to beat Uruguay on Thursday, with a Neymar penalty the difference between the two South American countries, but the coach will be seeking a more commanding result and performance when they face opponents who are largely based in Europe.

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Cameroon have long been renowned as one of Africa’s giants, but missed the World Cup in the summer. They will host the Africa Cup of Nations in June and July, when they will defend their title, and are seeking to size themselves up against one of the best in the game.

Brazil: Neymar and company are coming off a 1-0 win over Uruguay in London in what was a competitive match where Tite’s team dominated possession. Here’s another chance for this team to gel with the Copa America less than a year away.

Cameroon: The team takes a break from AFON qualifying to take on the five-time champs. Cameroon has only won one of its last four, scoring just two total goals in those games.

France vs Uruguay

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Uruguay and France will get the quarter-final stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia under way on Friday. The winners of Group A and Group C, respectively, will meet at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, with a place in the last four and a match against Brazil or Belgium at stake.

The big concern for Uruguay is the fitness of striker Edinson Cavani, who scored twice to help La Celeste beat Portugal 2-1 in the round of 16 on Saturday. The Paris Saint-Germain star exited the match with a calf problem, leaving his chances of starting on Friday in doubt.

France will be more focused on exploiting the pace of their gifted forward line against a formidable Uruguay defence. Specifically, Les Bleus will count on Antoine Griezmann and rising star Kylian Mbappe to decide the tie.

Cavani is unlikely to start, according to beIN Sports (h/t Get French Football News). The situation has left strike partner Luis Saurez worried, per ESPN.com’s Jonathan Johnson: “We have played without Edinson already, during qualification, and the team adapted to the situation. This is different, though—this is a World Cup.”

Playing without Cavani could mean a starting place for Cristhian Stuani, who replaced the 31-year-old against Portugal.

Stuani flopped during a brief spell at Middlesbrough in 2016-17 but thrived at Girona this season, netting 21 goals for a side enjoying a debut campaign in La Liga.

He is flexible enough to play wide or through the middle and may offer a more lateral range of movement than Cavani. Either way, Stuani’s main task will be to keep Suarez supplied with chances.

At the other end, Uruguay will count on Diego Godin and Jose Gimenez coming up with ways to keep Griezmann quiet. All three play for Atletico Madrid, and the inside knowledge could help La Celeste nullify one of the most versatile and intelligent forwards left in the competition.

Cancelling out Mbappe may be tougher, especially after the way the 19-year-old tore through Argentina in the last round. He scored twice and won France a penalty that Griezmann converted.

Mbappe is the biggest threat for France.David Vincent/Associated Press

His pace, long strides and close control make Mbappe a constant threat. The burgeoning talent gives Les Bleus a quick outlet as a target for any long passes over the top.

Godin and Gimenez will need to defend deep in order to prevent Mbappe from stretching the back four and getting in behind.

Uruguay have conceded just one goal through four matches and will know how to set up to keep France frustrated. If the game stays close, Suarez has the flair to prove decisive, even without the support of Cavani.

Chile vs Honduras

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NELSPRUIT, SOUTH AFRICA – JUNE 16: Chile fans enjoy the atmosphere ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group H match between Honduras and Chile at the Mbombela Stadium on June 16, 2010 in Nelspruit, Final Thoughts – Chile got their first World Cup win in almost 50 years. Congratulations to the squad and all their fans; that is a very long wait.

Chile are a team to watch throughout the tournament, as they epitomize attacking play.

My man of the match would have to be Alexis Sanchez of Chile. He was the most consistently dangerous player on the field and was likely the most entertaining for the fans as well.

Keep blowing your plastic horn, I mean, Vuvuzela and cheering on your team.

92′ – I have been pretty impressed with Gonzalez since he came in the game. A couple good long-range strikes have kept the Honduran keeper on his toes.

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89′ – This World Cup must be cursed for goals. Chile has been the most offensively committed side I have watched, and they only have one goal to show for it. They may not be as talented and creative as Germany, Argentina, or Brazil, but they make up for it in sheer numbers pushed forward.

87′ – Mark Gonzalez comes in for Valdivia. Looks like Valdivia might be limping a little. Hopefully its not serious, as that would be a huge blow for Chile in games to come.

84′ – Honduras has picked up the possession game in the second half. It is only 58-42 in favor of Chile now. Not exactly a cause to celebrate, but it IS a start.

83′ – I take back my point about Martinez’ braids matching his uniform. They accentuate it. They appear to be African colors, not Honduran. Apparently, I am color blind.

81′ – Vidal comes off for Contreras. Chilean fans give him a salute with a hearty droning of the vuvuzela.

79′ – Honduras seems to be devoid of offense at this point. It is not looking good for them.

77′ – Honduras is taking off Nunez for Walter Martinez. We have a winner for best hairstyle of the match. Martinez has beads that match his uniform; FashionTV would be proud.

76′ – Vidal just unleashed yet another screaming long shot that the Honduran keeper had trouble handling.

74′ – Chile definitely miss Humberto Suazo. They really are having trouble finishing in the box.

71′ – Jorge Valdivia is down with an “injury.” Apparently, his leg is about to be amputated, or at least that’s the way he’s making it look.

69′ – The Honduran counterattack makes Ronaldinho’s dentist look competent. I can’t figure out who coached them to slow up when they’re on a quick break or have a numbers advantage. It has been the major failing for them in the match.

64′ – Off a free kick, Fernandez finds Vidal, who heads it back across goal. Vidal’s pass went right to Ponce, who was robbed at point blank range by the Honduran keeper. Save of the match, and possibly the last few days.

62′ – Alvarez was just called offside for Honduras. He was in line with the last Chilean defender, and the linesman blew it badly. Too bad as he was in a great position.

61′ – Valdivia just sent Sanchez in on the break, and Sanchez put his shot just wide left after getting his defender crossed up. Best chance of the second half so far.

59′ – Pavon is subbed off for Georgie Welcome. Pavon hasn’t done much so far in the match, so it seems reasonable to change things up a little.

56′ – Palacios just fouled Sanchez at the edge of the box with a stud to the top of the foot. Palacios is playing with fire, given that he already has a yellow. For some reason, the ref gave the ball to Honduras.

49′ – Every time Sanchez gets the ball down the right for Chile, Honduras is putting two defenders on him and sometimes backing them up with a third. Obviously, they see what the rest of us see; he’s really good with the ball at his feet.

46′ – It looks like Honduras has pushed someone else alongside Pavon at striker. We’ll see if it makes a difference.

Halftime thoughts: Chile have absolutely dominated play so far. They are keeping possession, yet pushing seven or eight players forward every time they get the ball and putting tremendous pressure on the Honduran defense.

Honduras, on the other hand, look nervous with the ball at their feet. When they have caught Chile bombing forward, they haven’t made them pay on the counter despite having good numbers on at least two occasions.

With the score only at 1-0, Chile don’t have nearly enough to show for their dominance. Honduras need to harness the counter and they could be back in this game in a hurry.

45′ – Nunez just put a 33-yard FK on target for Honduras. The Chilean GK was forced to push it over the bar. Easily Honduras best chance of the match so far.

43′ – In case my coverage is seeming a little Chile-focused, here’s why. Chile has had 63 percent of the possession so far. It would be interesting to see the percentage of time the ball has been on Honduras half of the field. My guess would be that it’s an even higher percentage.

I’m eager to see the extremely attacking 3-3-1-3 formation of Bielsa’s Chile push forward with reckless abandon. Honduras apparently plays a more defensive and counter-attacking style, so it should be a good matchup.

Both Suazos (David for Honduras and Humberto for Chile) were injured earlier, but it looks like Humberto may play.

Honduras may have another injury in Wilson Palacios, but we’ll see when the lineups are announced.

Chile is the clear favorite in this game having finished second in South American qualifying ahead of teams like Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina. They also scored only one fewer goal than Brazil.

Honduras finished third behind the USA and Mexico and are not expected to compete very well in Group H, but anything is possible.

Sweden vs Russia

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Argentina vs Mexico

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Following their 7-0 hammering of Bolivia in Houston at the weekend, it’s now on to Arlington for Argentina as they continue to make Texas their temporary home.

Lionel Messi and Co. take on Mexico at the AT&T Stadium—the usual home of the Dallas Cowboys—and given the Lone Star State’s proximity to their opponents, they might find that their support is outnumbered as they are in search of a second successive win following their disappointment in the Copa America final back in July.

As for Mexico, memories of their Gold Cup win in the summer are still very much in the minds of players and supporters, but for new interim coach Ricardo Ferretti, this clash with the 2014 World Cup runners-up will offer up a perfect chance to prepare for October’s CONCACAF Confederations Cup Playoff against the USA.

Ferretti’s squad is packed full of the usual names and experience, but whether they’ll be able to stop an Argentina outfit packed full of stars remains to be seen, with the concession of three goals in a 3-3 draw with Trinidad & Tobago at the weekend hardly offering cause for optimism.

Date: Wednesday, 9 September, 2015 / Tuesday, 8 September, 2015

Time: 3 a.m. GMT / 10 p.m. EDT

Venue: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas

TV Info: ESPN 2

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Won 1-0 vs. Uruguay (Copa America)

Won 1-0 vs. Jamaica (Copa America)

Drew 0-0 vs. Colombia, won on penalties (Copa America)

Won 6-1 vs. Paraguay (Copa America)

Drew 0-0 vs. Chile, lost on penalties (Copa America)

Won 7-0 vs. Bolivia (Friendly)

Drew 0-0 vs. Guatemala (Gold Cup)

Drew 4-4 vs. Trinidad & Tobago (Gold Cup)

Won 1-0 vs. Costa Rica (Gold Cup)

Won 2-1 vs. Panama (Gold Cup)

Won 3-1 vs. Jamaica (Gold Cup)

Drew 3-3 vs. Trinidad & Tobago

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Argentina

Gerardo Martino called up three uncapped players to his squad for both the clash with Bolivia and this game—the San Lorenzo defender Emmanuel Mas, River Plate midfielder Matias Kranevitter and 20-year-old forward Angel Correa, who recently made his debut for Atletico Madrid a year after signing due to a health concern.

Others, including the new Everton signing, Ramiro Funes Mori, have extremely limited international experience, and so the ex-Barcelona manager might use this game to get them up to speed ahead of the start of the gruelling World Cup qualification process next month, when Argentina host Ecuador.

Messi is certain to feature and captain the side after coming off the bench to score twice against Bolivia, while Javier Mascherano will win another cap and draw even closer to Javier Zanetti’s Argentina record of 145 appearances for his country. He’s a long way back on 117, having stayed on the bench for the entirety of the Bolivia win.

Ferretti went with experience for his squad, with three of the members having already passed a century of caps for Mexico—the evergreen Rafael Marquez, Francisco Javier Rodriguez and skipper Andres Guardado.

New Bayer Leverkusen forward Javier Hernandez is set for another appearance as he continues to hunt the goals that will make him Mexico’s all-time leading scorer, while at the other end of the scale 22-year-old forward Henry Martin is in the squad for the first time.

Hernandez, Guardado and Merquez will all likely return after staying on the bench for the draw with Trinidad & Tobago.

If the move back to Boca Juniors was supposed to help Carlos Tevez relax and enjoy his game a bit more, then these are the sort of matches in which he can show it.

Of course Messi is THE key player for Argentina in any match he plays, but if Tevez gets a chance to impress here, then he’ll be desperate to take it, with minds perhaps casting back to his two goals in the 2010 World Cup last-16 match against Mexico.

He appeared for the final 10 minutes of the Bolivia win as a replacement for Sergio Aguero, but he’ll be expecting to start here.

A product of the complicated Granada-Watford relationship, Miguel Layun looked as though he was going to be an important player for the Hornets in the Premier League when he helped them gain promotion while on loan last season, then signed permanently and then scored in his first division game in a 2-2 draw with Everton at Goodison Park last month.

However, he was soon on the move again to join up with fellow Mexicans Hector Herrera and Jesus Manuel Corona at Porto, where the left-back will hope to display the consistency that has won his place in his national team.

He was left out at the weekend, but should return here.

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Argentina: 3-5

Mexico: 63-10

Draw: 31-10

Italy vs United States

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The United States men’s national team will play the second of two friendlies in Europe during this international window on Tuesday, when they face Italy at the Luminus Arena in Genk, Belgium.

After a 3-0 loss to England at Wembley Stadium on Thursday, the USA will be looking to acquit themselves better against another strong opponent. Interim manager Dave Sarachan has some big selection decisions to make in what may turn out to be one of his final fixtures in the role.

Having finished in second place in their UEFA Nations League group and failed to make the finals of the competition, Italy will be looking to finish their year in style with a strong performance. Manager Roberto Mancini watched his team draw 0-0 with Portugal on Saturday.

Here are the key broadcast details for this encounter, the latest odds and a preview of what’s to come from this showdown in Belgium.

Date: Tuesday, November 20

Time: 7:45 p.m. (GMT), 2:45 p.m. (ET)

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There was a lot of excitement about what the United States would showcase at Wembley when they took on England, although the team appeared a little daunted by the occasion.

In the end, a much-changed Three Lions side showed their class, with the three-goal margin of victory warranted. The USMNT were bossed in midfield throughout, meaning they were unable to exert any kind of control on the fixture.

After the game, Sarachan said his team were outmanoeuvred in important areas of the field:

Broadcaster Nate Abaurrea thinks it’s time for the United States to begin a new era with a new man in charge:

In terms of personnel for the game against Italy, the team’s Twitter account confirmed on Monday that 23 players would be available following Kenny Saief’s injury. Following some rotten recent luck with injuries, Sebastian Lletget is also expected to start after he came off the bench late on against England.

The United States will go into this game as an underdog, too, as Italy have numerous quality footballers and have steadied the ship somewhat under Mancini.

They may have failed to qualify for the Nations League finals after their stalemate with Portugal, but they have moved on significantly from 12 months ago, when the team reached a nadir by failing to qualify for theFIFA World Cup in Russia.

Per Squawka Football, the Italians are tough to beat at the moment, but they are struggling to find a cutting edge in front of their own supporters:

The Italian Football TV account noted that Mancini is putting his faith in a younger generation following the World Cup failure:

It will be intriguing to see what type of lineup Mancini opts for here, as he may consider looking at a few fringe players in a non-competitive fixture before the end of the calendar year.

Up front, Matteo Politano is one to watch, as he wasn’t involved at all against Portugal despite a strong start to the season for Inter Milan.

While Italy aren’t as vibrant going forward as England, they are solid in defence and that will be a worry to a USA team that is already overreliant on Christian Pulisic in the final third.

As such, it’s set to be another tough evening for Sarachan and his players at both ends of the pitch.

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Rams vs Chiefs

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Rams vs Chiefs

Welcome to the biggest and most-hyped game of the year so far, folks. It’s not taking place in Mexico City as planned, but the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefsare preparing to do battle in what promises to be one of the highest-scoring games of the 2018 NFL season.

The Rams enter the game at 9-1 and the Chiefs have the same record. The offenses are explosive. The design of those offenses, thanks to Sean McVay and Andy Reid, are arguably the two most creative in the NFL.

There will be stars all over the field. Jared Goff. Patrick Mahomes. Todd Gurley. Kareem Hunt. Brandin Cooks. Tyreek Hill. Robert Woods. Travis Kelce. Aaron Donald. Dee Ford. Ndamukong Suh. Justin Houston. Just pondering the matchups between all of these guys is endlessly fascinating.

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There’s really no reason to delay any further. Here’s everything you should be looking out for on Monday Night Football (8:15 p.m., ESPN).

You’ve probably heard about this, but the the Rams’ offense is pretty awesome! Los Angeles ranks second in the NFL in yards per game, third in points per game, and second in overall offensive DVOA, per Football Outsiders. The Rams average 6.9 yards per play, tied with the Chiefs for the best mark in the NFL. They also average 41.0 yards per drive, just ahead of the Chiefs and tied for best in the NFL with the Saints. And they’re at 2.89 points per drive, just behind the Chiefs for third-best in the NFL. So yes, they are very good at moving the ball down the field and scoring points.

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At this point, we know what the Rams want to do: they keep the same players on the field at almost all times. According to Sharp Football Stats, the Rams have been in 11 personnel (three receivers, one tight end, one running back) on 98 percent of their snaps this season. That is by far the highest mark in the league. The next closest team is the Dolphins at 86 percent, and that 12 percent differential is the same as the one between the Dolphins and the 17th-place Colts.

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Of course, that near-exclusive usage of 11 personnel could shift in the coming weeks as the Rams adjust to life without Cooper Kupp. Josh Reynolds filled in for Kupp earlier in the season and the Rams mostly kept things the same, but at that point they knew they’d be getting Kupp back soon and wisely chose not to completely overhaul their offense in his absence. Now, Kupp is done for the year. It’s possible the Rams decide to use more of Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett on the field together, rather than only using them one at a time.

Either way, the Rams will presumably continue to base everything in their offense around what Todd Gurley can do running the ball, as nearly 40 percent of their passes are of the play-action variety — tops in the NFL. Jared Goff is completing 66 percent of his passes at better than 10 yards per attempt on play-action, with seven touchdowns and no interceptions for a 119.8 passer rating, per Sports Info Solutions. The Rams show some sort of run action on nearly every play, whether it’s an actual play fake or jet motion or something else. It serves to moving linebackers and safeties around and keeps them away from where Goff intends to go with the ball. And it’s a huge part of the reason Goff has absolutely destroyed man coverage this season, to the tune of a 124.5 passer rating. The Chiefs, though, have been quite good playing man (and terrible playing zone), which they’ve done more often than almost any team.

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The receiving matchups in this one should be fascinating, especially as Robert Woods bumps back down into the slot with Kupp no longer in the lineup. The Chiefs’ pass defense ranks second in DVOA vs. No. 1 receivers and first vs. No. 2s, but they’re 27th against the slot, 22nd against tight ends, and 27th against running backs. All of those figures point toward this being a heavy-usage game for Woods against (probably) Kendall Fuller inside, as well as Higbee and Everett against linebackers Reggie Ragland and Anthony Hitchens and safety Ron Parker. And one thing you definitely don’t want to be when playing against a versatile running back like Todd Gurley is poor at defending passes to running backs. But that’s exactly what the Chiefs are. They’ve given up a ton of ground on screen passes, allowing 43 completions to gain 284 yards and two touchdowns, according to Sports Info Solutions.

On the outside, Steven Nelson and Orlando Scandrick will mostly match up with Brandin Cooks and Josh Reynolds. Cooks obviously plays a much larger role in the offense than Reynolds (six targets in the two games Kupp sat out earlier this season) but the Rams could look to incorporate Reynolds more now that he’s going to be in the lineup the rest of the season. The Chiefs play sides with their cornerbacks so the Rams can dictate which matchup they want for Cooks simply by moving him to one side of the field or the other.

Perhaps the biggest key against the Rams is getting pressure in order to force Goff to make plays off schedule. He is a decent athlete capable of maneuvering in the pocket and re-setting his platform to throw, but he’s among the large majority of passers who is far better at simply setting his feet and delivering on time and on schedule. Dee Ford has been among the best pass rushers in the NFL this season, ranking second in the league in pressures, per Sports Info Solutions. Andrew Whitworth and Rob Havenstein will have their hands full trying to keep him and Justin Houston away from Goff.

One way the Rams try to neutralize pressure is with all that aforementioned jet motion, which works better than it does for any other team because the Rams have actually run far more jet sweeps than any other team. They’ve handed it off on the jet 23 times, gaining 158 yards (6.9 per carry) on those plays. They’ve also hit the jet flip pass 11 times for 62 yards, and those are basically runs as well.

The jet is just a component of the Rams’ rush offense, though, which is largely based around Gurley running outside zone left and outside zone right in succession, all the way down the field. The Chiefs have struggled against zone-blocking runs this season, yielding 845 yards and six touchdowns on 170 carries (4.97 per carry), per Sports Info Solutions. Kansas City ranks dead last in run defense DVOA this season, per Football Outsiders, as well as last in Adjusted Line Yards and second-level yards per carry, 31st in power success (the percentage of runs that achieve first downs or touchdowns on third or fourth down with two or fewer yards to go) and 30th in the percentage of runs stopped behind the line of scrimmage. All this sets Gurley up to have an absolute monster of a game.

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You’ve probably heard about this, but the the Chiefs’ offense is pretty awesome! Kansas City ranks third in the NFL in yards per game, second in points per game, and first in overall offensive DVOA, per Football Outsiders. The Chiefs average 6.9 yards per play, tied with the Rams for the best mark in the NFL. They also average 40.6 yards per drive, just behind the Rams and Saints for third-best in the NFL. And they’re at 3.22 points per drive, just ahead of the Rams for third-best in the NFL. So yes, they are very good at moving the ball down the field and scoring points.

Unlike the Rams, the Chiefs vary their formations a lot. They’ve used 11 personnel on 65 percent of their snaps, tied for 29th in the league, per Sharp Football Stats. They rank sixth in their usage of 12 personnel, working with two tight ends and one running back 21 percent of the time. Similarly, only five teams use 21 personnel (two running backs, one tight end) more often than the Chiefs, who are in that formation on 7 percent of their plays.

Kansas City averages 4.8 yards per carry out of two tight end sets, one of the best marks in the league. They run inside zone with Kareem Hunt more often than almost any other team, and it forms the basis for a lot of their offense. The Rams, by the way, have given up 846 yards and five touchdowns on 173 zone runs this season (4.9 per carry), per Sports Info Solutions. The big matchup there involves the interior of the Chiefs’ offensive line (Cameron Erving, Austin Reiter, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif) against Aaron Donald, Ndamukong Suh, and Michael Brockers. Those three are game-wreckers defensively, but they’ve been surprisingly tame against opposing run games. The Rams have been gashed in power situations, have barely stopped any runs behind the line of scrimmage, and have done a poor job tackling at the second level as well.

It’s far more difficult to keep up with Donald, Suh, Brockers, and the newly-acquired Dante Fowler in the pass rush. Donald is the only player in the NFL who has more pressures this season than the Chiefs’ Dee Ford, according to Sports Info Solutions. Erving has been solid blocking up the run but has blown nine pass blocks this season, and it would not be that surprising if Donald and/or Suh snaked past him a couple times and got to Patrick Mahomes before the star QB finished taking his drop. Mahomes, though, has been one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL at dealing with pressure, averaging 8.1 yards per attempt on those throws with rushers in his face, per Sports Info Solutions.

If the Chiefs manage to keep Mahomes well-protected, they have plenty of matchups to exploit all over the field. The Rams rank 13th in DVOA against the pass, but they’re 23rd against both No. 1 and 2 receivers and 25th against players lined up in the slot. Troy Hill and Marcus Peters have been absolutely dreadful in recent weeks, and they rank 113th (Hill) and 122nd (Peters) in opponent’s passer rating on throws in their direction, per Sports Info Solutions, and that is among 126 players who have been targeted in overage at least 25 times. It might make sense to try to play more zone coverage in order to give Peters a chance to jump some routes and make some plays, but Mahomes has absolutely torn up zones this season, ripping off a 133.4 passer rating against teams not playing man — best in the NFL.

He’s shown the ability to find Travis Kelce up the seams, Tyreek Hill in between the corner and safety on Cover 2, Sammy Watkins on crossing routes, and his running backs sitting down on check-downs out of the backfield. Kelce should have an athletic advantage against anyone the Rams match up with him, though Lamarcus Joyner and John Johnson III form one of the NFL’s better safety tandems and could provide some different looks for Mahomes to deal with when trying to find his best overall target. On the outside, though, Hill should have an absolute field day, especially if the Chiefs find a way to give Mahomes enough time to let Hill take the top off with a double move. And if L.A. rolls its coverage toward Hill’s side (as expected), then Chris Conley and Watkins (if he plays) or Demarcus Robinson (if Watkins is out due to a foot injury) should have opportunities to make Hill or Peters pay in coverage.

The Chiefs, like the Rams, use a ton of misdirection and screens in order to confuse defenses and move the ball downfield. The Rams, though, have been strong defending against screen plays, and it’ll be interesting to see if K.C. can figure out how to break a big-gainer off a screen in order to neutralize the interior pass rush.

In the end, this game likely comes down to which team has the ball last. The teams are incredibly evenly-matched, and in that sort of scenario, it’s difficult to not just give a minor edge to the home team.

Los Angeles Rams vs Kansas City Chiefs

Monday Night Football odds, line: Chiefs vs. Rams picks and predictions from legendary expert who’s 14-3 on Kansas City games

The Los Angeles Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs in a game with mammoth offensive potential on Monday Night Football at 8:15 p.m. ET. The Rams are second in the NFL in total offense at 448.0 yards per game, while the Chiefs are fourth with 423.1. KC has the edge in scoring, putting up 35.3 points per game, while the Rams average 33.5. Each team enters the game at 9-1 overall. Los Angeles is favored by a field goal in the latest Chiefs vs. Rams odds, while the over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 63, the highest total for an NFL game in at least 30 years. Before making any Chiefs vs. Rams picks of your own, you’ll want to see what SportsLine’s resident Vegas legend, Micah Roberts, is saying about the game.

Roberts has worked in the Las Vegas sportsbook industry for 20 years, including a 13-year run as Station Casinos’ book director. Armed with an unmatched network of sources, Roberts has started the 2018 NFL season strong. He’s on a 27-17 run on NFL picks and has been especially adept at games involving the Chiefs. In fact, Roberts is on an astonishing 14-3 run on against the spread picks for or against Kansas City. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

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Roberts knows the offense garners the headlines for Kansas City, and justifiably so, but the defense has shown a marked improvement the last month. The Chiefs are allowing just 17 points per game the last four weeks compared to 28.2 in the first six games.

The offense hasn’t slowed down, however, despite the defense stepping it up. NFL MVP contender Patrick Mahomes is averaging 315 yards and three touchdowns per game. Against the Patriots, Bengals, and Broncos in successive games, he threw four touchdowns each week and has only failed to toss multiple scores twice this season. The threw six TDs against the Steelers in Week 2.

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Opponents can’t concentrate solely on Mahomes and the passing attack because running back Kareem Hunt is averaging 4.5 yards per rush, with 754 yards and seven TDs. He has 22 runs over 10 yards and six of 20-plus yards.

But just because the Chiefs have been unstoppable doesn’t mean they’ll cover against the red-hot Rams.

The Chiefs garner the headlines, but the Rams’ offense is nearly as good, averaging 33.5 points, third-most in the NFL. It’s racked up more yards than the Chiefs, backed by the best pass-run combo in the league.

QB Jared Goff has thrown for 3,134 yards, 16 fewer than Mahomes, with 22 touchdowns and six interceptions. He’s flanked by running back Todd Gurley, the league-leader in yards (988) and TDs (13). And statistically, the Rams’ defense is far better than its KC counterpart. It ranks 13th in the NFL in yards allowed and is giving up 23.1 points per game, ranking 12th.

We can tell you Roberts is leaning toward the over, but he has uncovered a major x-factor that causes one side of the spread to hit hard. He’s sharing what it is, and who to back, only at SportsLine.

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Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Rams

Monday Night Football odds, line: Chiefs vs. Rams picks and predictions from legendary expert who’s 14-3 on Kansas City games

Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs in a game with mammoth offensive potential on Monday Night Football at 8:15 p.m. ET. The Rams are second in the NFL in total offense at 448.0 yards per game, while the Chiefs are fourth with 423.1. KC has the edge in scoring, putting up 35.3 points per game, while the Rams average 33.5. Each team enters the game at 9-1 overall. Los Angeles is favored by a field goal in the latest Chiefs vs. Rams odds, while the over-under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 63, the highest total for an NFL game in at least 30 years. Before making any Chiefs vs. Rams picks of your own, you’ll want to see what SportsLine’s resident Vegas legend, Micah Roberts, is saying about the game.

Roberts has worked in the Las Vegas sportsbook industry for 20 years, including a 13-year run as Station Casinos’ book director. Armed with an unmatched network of sources, Roberts has started the 2018 NFL season strong. He’s on a 27-17 run on NFL picks and has been especially adept at games involving the Chiefs. In fact, Roberts is on an astonishing 14-3 run on against the spread picks for or against Kansas City. Anyone who has followed him is way up.

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Now, he’s locked in a strong play for Monday Night Football that you can only see at SportsLine.

Roberts knows the offense garners the headlines for Kansas City, and justifiably so, but the defense has shown a marked improvement the last month. The Chiefs are allowing just 17 points per game the last four weeks compared to 28.2 in the first six games.

The offense hasn’t slowed down, however, despite the defense stepping it up. NFL MVP contender Patrick Mahomes is averaging 315 yards and three touchdowns per game. Against the Patriots, Bengals, and Broncos in successive games, he threw four touchdowns each week and has only failed to toss multiple scores twice this season. The threw six TDs against the Steelers in Week 2.

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Opponents can’t concentrate solely on Mahomes and the passing attack because running back Kareem Hunt is averaging 4.5 yards per rush, with 754 yards and seven TDs. He has 22 runs over 10 yards and six of 20-plus yards.

But just because the Chiefs have been unstoppable doesn’t mean they’ll cover against the red-hot Rams.

The Chiefs garner the headlines, but the Rams’ offense is nearly as good, averaging 33.5 points, third-most in the NFL. It’s racked up more yards than the Chiefs, backed by the best pass-run combo in the league.

QB Jared Goff has thrown for 3,134 yards, 16 fewer than Mahomes, with 22 touchdowns and six interceptions. He’s flanked by running back Todd Gurley, the league-leader in yards (988) and TDs (13). And statistically, the Rams’ defense is far better than its KC counterpart. It ranks 13th in the NFL in yards allowed and is giving up 23.1 points per game, ranking 12th.

We can tell you Roberts is leaning toward the over, but he has uncovered a major x-factor that causes one side of the spread to hit hard. He’s sharing what it is, and who to back, only at SportsLine.

Who wins Chiefs vs. Rams? And what major x-factor makes one side of the spread a must-back? Visit SportsLine now to see which side to jump on, all from the Vegas legend who’s an astonishing 14-3 run on Chiefs games, and find out.