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Old 01-13-2019, 06:29 PM   #276
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Two GREAT championship games on tap for next Sunday. Game times were preset, but would’ve been better to have the outdoor KC game in the afternoon and the indoor Superdome game at night. Forecast high 20 degrees in KC next Sunday, colder after dark.
I like it. Let the Chiefs and Pats, and their scumbag fans, be miserable.
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Old 01-13-2019, 06:32 PM   #277
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Ok let the pats anally violate the chiefs and then let the pats lose the super bowl to drew in dramatic fashion.
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Old 01-13-2019, 07:03 PM   #278
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I am not a fan of anyone winning back to back Superbowls. Plus I really like Drew Brees. I hope he creams the Eagles and ultimately takes the Lombardi.

As for NE and KC? I completely despise both teams and don't want either of them to win anything. I will just drink and watch and wait for either of these clubs to embarrass themselves til the clock hits 0:00.
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I am not a fan of anyone winning back to back Superbowls. Plus I really like Drew Brees. I hope he creams the Eagles and ultimately takes the Lombardi.

As for NE and KC? I completely despise both teams and don't want either of them to win anything. I will just drink and watch and wait for either of these clubs to embarrass themselves til the clock hits 0:00.
Brees is ok but his team plays dirty. I hope they lose the NFC CG.
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Brady is 3-3 on the road in the playoffs. 2 of those loses at Mile High (a much harder stadium to win in than Arrowhead despite what Queef fans think). All 3 losses were to teams with Manning on them.

I think NE deals with KC without issue. The Chiefs managed to beat the Colts despite giving away serveral opportunities to be knocked out. When they do that VS New England, they wont' be so lucky.

The Saints/Rams game is a question mark for me but I think the Rams take it.

Rams win NFC, the Patriots walk away with yet another Super Bowl and the entire NFL sphere dies a little more inside.
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Old 01-13-2019, 07:10 PM   #281
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Brees is ok but his team plays dirty. I hope they lose the NFC CG.
Agreed! Go Rams! Sean Payton is POS.
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Old 01-13-2019, 07:11 PM   #282
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That's a ****load of dinking right there! It's amazing teams can't figure it out. He's been the best 3 yard passer in the league for awhile.
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That's a ****load of dinking right there! It's amazing teams can't figure it out. He's been the best 3 yard passer in the league for awhile.
It's amazing more teams aren't competent at running that type of offense.
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Not a whole lot of interest in a Pats Super Bowl.

I concur.

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It's amazing more teams aren't competent at running that type of offense.
or, by now, defending it. Playing zone isn't the answer. Play man and make sure the first tackler doesn't miss.

Our 2015 defense was so damn good at that.
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or, by now, defending it. Playing zone isn't the answer. Play man and make sure the first tackler doesn't miss.

Our 2015 defense was so damn good at that.
Hate to tell you Broncos played a ton of zone that game which caught Pats off guard. They are tough playing straight man with the pick routes.

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It's going to be hillarious watching the Queefs play zone all game and when old man Sutton finally goes to man in the 2nd half, watch their poor tackling be their downfall.
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Brady is 3-3 on the road in the playoffs. 2 of those loses at Mile High (a much harder stadium to win in than Arrowhead despite what Queef fans think). All 3 losses were to teams with Manning on them.

I think NE deals with KC without issue. The Chiefs managed to beat the Colts despite giving away serveral opportunities to be knocked out. When they do that VS New England, they wont' be so lucky.

The Saints/Rams game is a question mark for me but I think the Rams take it.

Rams win NFC, the Patriots walk away with yet another Super Bowl and the entire NFL sphere dies a little more inside.
There is a 4th. Brady lost to Shanny, Champ, & Plummer in the 2005 Playoffs in Mile High.
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Not a whole lot of interest in a Pats Super Bowl.

I concur.

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My prediction....

The NFL wants Brady to win one more, then he and Gronk ride off into the sunset.
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It's amazing more teams aren't competent at running that type of offense.
While true you cant play zone coverage vs him, it's amazing teams play zone and wonder why they get lit up.

Play man coverage, jam the receivers, tackle in space. But most important, you gotta get a pass rush on him and hit him, make him get happy feet, etc.
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It's going to be hillarious watching the Queefs play zone all game and when old man Sutton finally goes to man in the 2nd half, watch their poor tackling be their downfall.
Chiefs are a primarily man coverage team, they run man more than most teams.

Maybe a Chiefs fan can correct me if i'm wrong.
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Brady is 3-3 on the road in the playoffs. 2 of those loses at Mile High (a much harder stadium to win in than Arrowhead despite what Queef fans think). All 3 losses were to teams with Manning on them.

I think NE deals with KC without issue. The Chiefs managed to beat the Colts despite giving away serveral opportunities to be knocked out. When they do that VS New England, they wont' be so lucky.

The Saints/Rams game is a question mark for me but I think the Rams take it.

Rams win NFC, the Patriots walk away with yet another Super Bowl and the entire NFL sphere dies a little more inside.
Patriots on the road this year. At home they're nearly unbeatable.

Loss at Detroit, scored 10 points.
Loss at Ten, scored 10 points.
Loss at Pit, scored 10 points.
Loss at Mia, offense played well, Miami Miracle made them not get HFA lol.
Loss at Jax, held in check all game.

Wins at NYJ vs McCown, win at Buf vs Derek Anderson, won at Chi needing two ST's scores to barely win. Pats may win but they're not blowing out KC in Arrowhead unless Mahomes gets hurt.

It'll be a 4 quarter fight to the end.
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Old 01-13-2019, 10:43 PM   #293
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Patriots on the road this year. At home they're nearly unbeatable.

Loss at Detroit, scored 10 points.
Loss at Ten, scored 10 points.
Loss at Pit, scored 10 points.
Loss at Mia, offense played well, Miami Miracle made them not get HFA lol.
Loss at Jax, held in check all game.

Wins at NYJ vs McCown, win at Buf vs Derek Anderson, won at Chi needing two ST's scores to barely win. Pats may win but they're not blowing out KC in Arrowhead unless Mahomes gets hurt.

It'll be a 4 quarter fight to the end.
It’s almost like they have the opposing teams’ headsets bugged at home or something...
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It's easy to root for them. Talib, CJ, Wade and McVay is a ballsy, likeable dude.
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The most interesting part of next week, will be how Belichick schemes Mahomes. I think Mahomes could very well go down as the greatest QB of all time. Yes, one season as starter and that is what I am saying about him. He has displayed ALL of the things that the greatest QB of all time would have.

I will be interested to see if he allows Kelce to have nothing but constant free releases all game long, or how he schemes Hill.

Yes, the Chiefs went up and down the field in the game this year. Now, we will just see how he adjusts.

That to me is the most interesting aspect of next week.
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It's going to be hillarious watching the Queefs play zone all game and when old man Sutton finally goes to man in the 2nd half, watch their poor tackling be their downfall.
Queefs will line up and play man. They do it excessively even when they shouldn't. Belly will exploit some of their weaknesses. Chargers tried that 3 S lineup and got **** pushed in.
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The most interesting part of next week, will be how Belichick schemes Mahomes. I think Mahomes could very well go down as the greatest QB of all time. Yes, one season as starter and that is what I am saying about him. He has displayed ALL of the things that the greatest QB of all time would have.

I will be interested to see if he allows Kelce to have nothing but constant free releases all game long, or how he schemes Hill.

Yes, the Chiefs went up and down the field in the game this year. Now, we will just see how he adjusts.

That to me is the most interesting aspect of next week.
attacking SPY, not one who sits 7 yards behind the LOS but one whose objective is to attack PM, no matter the play or the situation.
and a different guy amongst the defenders, not always the same dude coming from the same start point.
and it damn well be one of your BEST athletes.
I share your appreciation of the kid but lest pump the brakes on G>O>A>T until we see 4 or more seasons and how he deals with all that comes with success and celebrity, not to mention potential injury.
FOR now hie is the most exciting player on the field and I enjoy watching him play, just dont enjoy watching him win.
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