Buffalo @ Kansas City
Team Totals: Chiefs 28.5, Bills 25.5
Fresh off beating Baltimore by two scores via one of the pass-heaviest game plans in playoff history, Bills OC Brian Daboll seems likely to deploy a similar Conference Championship Week approach based on his own personnel. Missing 223-pound lead runner Zack Moss (ankle, I.R.), Buffalo draws Kansas City armed with the league’s deepest wide receiver corps fronted by Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, and John Brown with Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie in reserve. Top five among NFL quarterbacks in passing yards (4,544), touchdown passes (37), and rushing TDs (8), Josh Allen deserves to be valued as Week 20’s top DFS signal caller based on his multi-threat scoring capability in a shootout spot. Allen is this week’s lone quarterback capable of flirting with 50 rushing yards considering Patrick Mahomes’ turf toe, Aaron Rodgers’ useful but non-dynamic rushing skills, and Tom Brady’s near-nonexistent mobility.