Patrick Mahomes’ Chiefs have exceeded 32 or more points four times this year, including last week’s 43-spot in a veritable snowstorm in Denver.
In Big Ten action last year (including the title game), QB Justin Fields and the Buckeyes enjoyed an average winning margin of 33.3 points.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz has accounted for six touchdowns in his last three games — all of which were eminently winnable in the fourth quarter and/or overtime.
The Niners, led by tailback Raheem Mostert (15 TDs since last November), have an average margin of 12.6 points from their last eight victories — including the playoffs.
Tailback Josh Jacobs (327 total yards, 3 TDs for the season) and the 2-1 Raiders are solid bets to cover the Sunday spread (+3) versus the undefeated Bills.
Charting his last five games played indoors, Packers tailback Aaron Jones boasts supreme averages of 131 total yards and 1.2 TDs.
For Ben Roethlisberger’s last four complete home openers (2015-18), the Steelers QB holds elite-level averages of 323 yards passing and three touchdowns.
The Ravens (led by reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson) and Browns had a combined tally of 55.5 points in their two meetings last season.
All-American wideout Ja’Marr Chase (84 catches, 1,780 yards, 20 TDs last year) and defending champion LSU open the season at home against Mississippi State (Sept. 26).
Marcus Lattimore played a starring role (109 total yards, 3 TDs) in South Carolina’s 2010 shakedown of No. 1 Alabama — arguably Nick Saban’s most talented team during his time with the Crimson Tide.