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Matthew Stypulkoski: Sure, the Patriots are the away team and underdogs in Vegas. But until proven otherwise, the smart money will always be on the Patriots and Tom Brady. Somehow or another, they always seem to find a way. Just expect more of the same here. Patriots 27, Chiefs 24.
Zack Rosenblatt: The Patriots played this season perfectly. Making us all think their roster was weak and that Tom Brady was, finally, on the decline. Then they went and dismantled an extremely talented Chargers team and now I don’t know what to think. I know that Andy Reid hasn’t been back to the Super Bowl since he went with the Eagles in 2005, but he’s never had a quarterback like Patrick Mahomes either. Their defense is a real problem, but I think Reid finally gets over the hump in a thriller. Mahomes over Brady, Reid over Belichick. Chiefs 35, Patriots 34.
Mike Kaye: While the Patriots have willed themselves back to the AFC Championship Game, they aren’t the same juggernaut they once were. It’s tough to win on the road at Arrowhead and the Chiefs have one of the most explosive offenses in the league. Andy Reid will join exclusive company by guiding two separate teams to the Super Bowl. Chiefs 27, Patriots 23.
Joe Giglio: It’s Andy Reid’s time. The Patriots made everyone quickly forget how pedestrian they looked during the regular season by pasting the Chargers. But this will be a different story. Kansas City’s defense is a different animal at home, and the Chiefs have found ways to put up points vs. Bill Belichick defenses in recent years. The cold will have an impact, but it’s hard to bet against the better team at home. Chiefs 31, Patriots 24.
Foxborough, Mass. — It may have been hard to hear him over the noise of the New England fans celebrating an eighth straight trip to the AFC title game, but Tom Brady is feeling disrespected.
That’s right: The three-time NFL MVP and five-time Super Bowl champion told a national TV audience after demolishing the Los Angeles Chargers in the playoffs, “I know everyone thinks we suck and can’t win any games.
“We’ll see,” Brady said with a roguish look in his eyes. “Could be fun.”
There hasn’t been an NFL run like the Patriots’ — at least in the Super Bowl era — with Brady and coach Bill Belichick leading the franchise to 10 straight AFC East titles and 15 in 16 years, resulting in eight trips to the Super Bowl and five NFL crowns.
“You’re talking about a dynasty,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “If there is such a thing in the National Football League, they’ve been that.”
And yet as they prepare to travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs (13-4) in Sunday’s AFC championship game, Brady is right about one thing: The Patriots (12-5) are a 3-point underdog, and that’s an unusual position for them.
“We’re going against a team that’s the No. 1 seed in the league,” Brady said after the team’s final practice on Friday. “I’m sure there’s a lot of people that are thinking they’re going to win. Everyone can have their own opinion. We certainly have an opinion, and we’ve got to go out there and execute our best in order to accomplish that.”
Players have long found their motivation wherever they can, whether it’s the oddsmakers or experts or comments from the opposing team that go up on the locker room for all to see. Heading into the NFC title game, some banter about gumbo has turned into a rallying cry for the Los Angeles Rams.
The Chiefs have been careful not to help out with any bulletin board material.
“I don’t think they suck,” tight end Travis Kelce said. “I can tell you that.”
But rustling up slights to motivate themselves is just another thing they’ve mastered.
Responding to the public perception – or at least that of the oddsmakers – receiver Julian Edelman tweeted a Chiefs hype video lauding quarterback Patrick Mahomes as the best player in the league. Edelman made no secret what he thought of that, adding a hashtag: “#BetAgainstUs”; he is also selling T-shirts with the slogan squeezed into the shape of the Patriots logo.
Special teams star Matthew Slater said he wasn’t motivated as much by being an underdog in this game as other times he was doubted in his life.
“I’m not supposed to be playing in this league anyways,” he said, “so we’ve got plenty of motivation.”
Defensive back Jason McCourty was a sixth-round draft pick – just like Brady.
And, just like Brady, and he hasn’t forgotten.
“You’ve just always had that chip on your shoulder, and no matter what you go through in life, especially with football, there’s just always someone or something,” McCourty said.
“I think that type of mindset, no matter if you’re 16-0, you’re rolling through the playoffs, no matter what the situation is, there’s always going to be somebody that’s doubting you or saying something about you. I think for certain guys individually, it may be something that kind of gives you that extra kick.”