3. Highest scoring Monday Night Football in history
When looking at how both the Rams and Chiefs have been fortunate to have two of the most high-powered offenses in the NFL, it was easy to see why many believed Monday’s contest would consist of the most points from Week 11. However, there weren’t many football fans that expected these two teams to combine for 105 points along with Los Angeles and Kansas City each crossing the 50-point mark.
Between Jared Goff combining for five touchdowns (one rushing) along with Patrick Mahomes II tossing six touchdowns of his own, what took place on Monday was simply historical. And if a second meeting with more on the line were to take place down the road in February during the Super Bowl, one can only imagine the intensity on display in that one.
Matching the high amount of scoring may be a challenge, but that’s not going to stop the Rams and Chiefs from at least trying since the talent is going to still be there on both offenses. Even if these two teams settled for combining for just 60+ points instead of breaking the 100-point mark, this really wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world since it would still make for exciting football.