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As my name suggests----you know what team I wish was in it.
I hemmed and hawwed, and came up with a decision.
Patrick Mahomes is EXTREMELY FUN to watch---and can do MANY great things in a game. So, KC won't likely be "...out of it".
I think they have the ONE best way to win it----their OFFENSE is better.
But, SF can win I think 3 ways. First, with the RUN, and (2nd way) to a lesser degree, if they have to Pass. Third-----with their DEFENSE, especially front four!!!!----I think they may have Mahomes scrambling MANY, MANY times. He does it VERY WELL, but I think quite a few of the times will result in negative results. If he's HURRIED quite often OFTEN, you will see Over/Under throws, Inaccurate passes. And if it's more damaging----it'll result in Sacks, Fumbles, Interceptions-----that's yet another way SF can win.
I am thinking 27-24 SF---but it's hard to believe that Mahomes won't be able to do his 'magic' again............
The Niners will win, and it won't be a close game. The Chiefs' Achilles heel is their defense. They will try to stack the box to stop the 49ers' run game, but Jimmy G is more than just a "game manager" and will shred the Chiefs defense when Kittle and Deebo Samuel get single coverage.