A.J. Brown will… Receive OVER 70.5 yards (-115 PointsBet) against the Chiefs

Start Time: Sunday, February 12, State Farm Stadium, 6:30pm ET
Broadcast:  Fox Sports /  fuboTV / NFL+

In the past, the Chiefs pass defense has been a joke and the 2022 season started off that way. They allowed six receivers to go over 100 yards through Week 12. But what happened after that was a surprise. Their young secondary clamped down and didn’t allow another receiver to accumulate more than 75 yards. In the playoffs, they’ve allowed Tee Higgins, Ja’Marr Chase, and Zay Jones to all reach 75 or more yards receiving, but out of those three, only Higgins scored. Christian Kirk scored for the Jags too but only had 52 yards receiving off of seven catches.

A.J. Brown’s silence in the playoffs is deafening! He’s caught seven of 14 passes for 50 total scoreless yards. It makes you think he’s due, when finished the season with six-game streak of at least 70 receiving yards. Just remember that Philly didn’t have to throw in those two playoff games. That makes us think Brown will have a normal day, knowing they need to score 24-30 points to beat the Chiefs.

Receptions are a mystery as he’s been all over the map, but he does have eight games with at least 90 yards receiving and he is difficult to bring down. If there’s a physical mismatch on the field, he’s the one. He’s caught 60 percent (95) of his (159) targets. The Eagles acquiring him in the offseason has paid dividends all season long.