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Old 01-05-2014, 08:18 AM   #1
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According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Colts had just a 3.6 percent chance of winning the game when they trailed 31-10 at halftime. That dropped to 0.9 percent when the Chiefs took a 38-10 lead with 13:39 left in the third quarter.

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Old 01-05-2014, 08:19 AM   #2
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Old 01-05-2014, 08:37 AM   #3
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38-10 after the first series coming out of Halftime. Then you blow it all away, it has to really sting in KC today.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:09 AM   #4
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Most of their key players went down with injuries. That's a tough pill, to swallow...
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:16 AM   #5
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Most of their key players went down with injuries. That's a tough pill, to swallow...
well a few not anywhere near most, berry abused, hali absent and alex smith being alex smith were more at fault
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:22 AM   #6
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well a few not anywhere near most, berry abused, hali absent and alex smith being alex smith were more at fault
That's true. Hali coming back should have been a great thing, for KC. If they had been able to generate pressure, up front, the loss of Flowers might not have been that bad...
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:24 AM   #7
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Most of their key players went down with injuries. That's a tough pill, to swallow...
Normally, I would have some sympathy but with what we have endured this season...nope.

The most impressive thing we will have done this year if we continue on in the dance is overcoming the injuries we have.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:27 AM   #8
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Socal posted this. The thread fell off page one, so I'll bump to merge.
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Old 01-05-2014, 09:43 AM   #9
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Why not run a 2 deep with Berry playing 20 yards off the LOS ala Ed Reed and force Indy to score 4 TDs dinking and dunking.

Logistics say in the 3rd qtr Indy will only get 4-5 total drives period for the rest of the game.

Sorry but Indy averaged about 1:40 per drive. Serious lack of a game plan adjustment against a team with one true dynamic threat.

Dare I say a fireable offense for the DC?
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Why not run a 2 deep with Berry playing 20 yards off the LOS ala Ed Reed and force Indy to score 4 TDs dinking and dunking.

Logistics say in the 3rd qtr Indy will only get 4-5 total drives period for the rest of the game.

Sorry but Indy averaged about 1:40 per drive. Serious lack of a game plan adjustment against a team with one true dynamic threat.

Dare I say a fireable offense for the DC?
A lot of them DO want Sutton fired. I was joking with TopekaRoy about the Colts making halftime adjustments. Even I didn't believe it was ACTUALLY going to happen...
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I might have had the "Big Red tomato" as coach of the year, but not after his part in this collapse.
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well a few not anywhere near most, berry abused, hali absent and alex smith being alex smith were more at fault

I'm sorry, but you really can't blame this loss on Smith. He played the game of his life. 360+ yards, 4TD, 0INTs, just the one fumble lost, but come on, he was hardly the reason they lost that game.

Their best efence ever and coaching blew that game.
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Old 01-05-2014, 10:19 AM   #14
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Most of their key players went down with injuries. That's a tough pill, to swallow...
My guess is a few of the chiefs faithful gave serious consideration to swallowing a whole lot of pills after that triple flusher of a cornlog the team dropped last night.
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I'm sorry, but you really can't blame this loss on Smith. He played the game of his life. 360+ yards, 4TD, 0INTs, just the one fumble lost, but come on, he was hardly the reason they lost that game.

Their best efence ever and coaching blew that game.
Yeah, Alex Smith showed up.

That vaunted defense...

It just cracks me up everytime I think of how excited the chiefs fan base was about their defense.
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Old 01-05-2014, 10:33 AM   #16
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The only stat that matters is 0-1. One and done. Next week, we'll see if our Broncos can avoid the same fate.
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Most of their key players went down with injuries. That's a tough pill, to swallow...
Yeah, but they lost their best offensive weapon on the first drive and still built that 38-10 lead....sorry, but that's no excuse....but I'm sure the Chiefs fans will use it regardless.
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I am reminded that the story would be different if Bowe had been able to move his right foot just four inches towards the field when he caught the last pass. I have no love at all for that sorry added team or their fans. But we should be realistic and appreciate how close that game was. If you did not have a dog in that right's was a close and fun game to watch. We should be grateful to get good entertainment these days. Of course, it is best when you get this kind of schadenfreu.
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I am reminded that the story would be different if Bowe had been able to move his right foot just four inches towards the field when he caught the last pass. I have no love at all for that sorry added team or their fans. But we should be realistic and appreciate how close that game was. If you did not have a dog in that right's was a close and fun game to watch. We should be grateful to get good entertainment these days. Of course, it is best when you get this kind of schadenfreu.
Of course it was close. The fact that it was close after they were winning by 28 is the funny part.
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