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Old 11-21-2013, 11:43 AM   #101
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I do think playing a defense like KC, better prepares the Broncos to play against teams like Seattle or even Carolina if they were to meet up.

Chiefs really need to invest in the best tight end available, either in the draft or free agency/trades
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Old 11-21-2013, 12:48 PM   #102
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Their D is one dimensional. If they don't get to the QB they can't do anything.
by ok i mean not very lousy not very good middle of the road D its good vs so so teams and below, it did force denver to punt a few times so ill give their D a C but i think kc will wind up 10-6 and one and done in the post season, i suspect if we had a excellent run game kc would of lost by 3 tds or more
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Old 11-21-2013, 01:12 PM   #103
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I do think playing a defense like KC, better prepares the Broncos to play against teams like Seattle or even Carolina if they were to meet up.

Chiefs really need to invest in the best tight end available, either in the draft or free agency/trades


Yes thank you KC for the warm up.

Hope you enjoyed your roll over pathetic teams
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Old 11-21-2013, 03:56 PM   #104
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Their D is one dimensional. If they don't get to the QB they can't do anything.
This is true about every defense you idiot
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Old 11-21-2013, 04:48 PM   #105
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This is true about every defense you idiot
Tell that to the 2006 Colts you idiot. Hell even the 2000 ravens ranked 22nd in sacks. So teams CAN survive it. Yours can't.
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Old 11-21-2013, 05:11 PM   #106
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Tell that to the 2006 Colts you idiot. Hell even the 2000 ravens ranked 22nd in sacks. So teams CAN survive it. Yours can't.
I have seen lots of people be wrong lots of times on the internet, but KCstud seems to be wrong damn near everytime he posts. You could ask him what color the sky is and he'll tell you "everyone knows its green, you idiot". It's amazing.
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Old 11-21-2013, 08:42 PM   #107
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I don't know why people around here ever care what Chief fans think. Their team hasn't made a Super Bowl for 43 years, and counting. What the hell do they know? Yet so many of their idiot fans like to talk smack and look stupid in the process considering the lack of success their team has had for decades. Like even know, Alex Smith? Are you serious? Just like the 49ers, they limit what they do offensively and play conservative with fear he will make too many mistakes if they open things up too much.
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Old 11-21-2013, 09:23 PM   #108
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Tell that to the 2006 Colts you idiot. Hell even the 2000 ravens ranked 22nd in sacks. So teams CAN survive it. Yours can't.
Is that why Manning had his worst game of the year? And so did Moreno?

Hmmm

Your dumbass probably thought our defense was the reason we lost too. SMH
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Old 11-21-2013, 09:24 PM   #109
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This is true about every defense you idiot
kFc cannot stop the run, we beat kFc because we were able to stop the run and stuff Charles at the Goal line. Your one dimensional team let a rookie who has trouble holding on to the ball score twice, once from 8 yards out.

You need a pass rush to help stop the passing game (which Denver also gashed kFc on with a beautiful 69 yard bomb among other big plays) but if a D can take away the run game especially against teams that rely on it like kFc then they can get by without a big pass rush.

Denver's D was able to pass rush and STUFF the run while the most dominant D since the 2000 Ravens was unable to mount a pass rush or take away the run.
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Tell that to the 2006 Colts you idiot. Hell even the 2000 ravens ranked 22nd in sacks. So teams CAN survive it. Yours can't.
2000 Ravens had 14 sacks in their 4 playoff games. I'm sure that had absolutely nothing to do with their success that postseason.
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kFc cannot stop the run, we beat kFc because we were able to stop the run and stuff Charles at the Goal line. Your one dimensional team let a rookie who has trouble holding on to the ball score twice, once from 8 yards out.

You need a pass rush to help stop the passing game (which Denver also gashed kFc on with a beautiful 69 yard bomb among other big plays) but if a D can take away the run game especially against teams that rely on it like kFc then they can get by without a big pass rush.

Denver's D was able to pass rush and STUFF the run while the most dominant D since the 2000 Ravens was unable to mount a pass rush or take away the run.
Moreno less than 3 YPC. Okay!

oh my, a rookie RB had 3.1 YPC and scored 2 TD's inside the 10 yard line. He sure told us!

Btw here's a fun fact for you football stupid mongoloids: Chiefs only blitzed 6 times the entire game and the last 3 games have blitzed only 26% compared the 34% in the first 7 games.
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Old 11-21-2013, 09:42 PM   #112
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Moreno less than 3 YPC. Okay!

oh my, a rookie RB had 3.1 YPC and scored 2 TD's inside the 10 yard line. He sure told us!

Btw here's a fun fact for you football stupid mongoloids: Chiefs only blitzed 6 times the entire game and the last 3 games have blitzed only 26% compared the 34% in the first 7 games.
You love stats so why don't you post Mannings stats against a blitz.
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Moreno less than 3 YPC. Okay!

oh my, a rookie RB had 3.1 YPC and scored 2 TD's inside the 10 yard line. He sure told us!

Btw here's a fun fact for you football stupid mongoloids: Chiefs only blitzed 6 times the entire game and the last 3 games have blitzed only 26% compared the 34% in the first 7 games.
They didn't blitz because they were afraid of KM breaking off 200 on the ground.

Denver ran a lot more in obvious situations because of Manning's injury and yet even with kFc playing run 1st they could not force Denver into passing. KM picking up 9 yards on 1st down really hurt kFc and allowed Manning to stay clean.

I have also noticed through the year that kFc's DC doesn't usually send the blitz's until they are up in games, their sacks usually come late in games when they have the lead, without a lead Sunday night and giving Denver managable 1st downs kFc could not afford to blitz. Their weak secondary was exposed enough as it was even when they only rushed 3-4 guys.
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Old 11-21-2013, 09:58 PM   #114
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Btw here's a fun fact for you football stupid mongoloids: Chiefs only blitzed 6 times the entire game and the last 3 games have blitzed only 26% compared the 34% in the first 7 games.
So? Most Chiefs fans were optimistic of their chances because they could get to Manning with their front 4. Seems like quite the reverse, to suggest the coaching played a role in the outcome.

Personally, I expect and hope the Chiefs to blitz more against Denver in a couple weeks. Manning will pick apart your defense, if you do.
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So? Most Chiefs fans were optimistic of their chances because they could get to Manning with their front 4. Seems like quite the reverse, to suggest the coaching played a role in the outcome.

Personally, I expect and hope the Chiefs to blitz more against Denver in a couple weeks. Manning will pick apart your defense, if you do.
Especially on healthier ankles!
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So? Most Chiefs fans were optimistic of their chances because they could get to Manning with their front 4. Seems like quite the reverse, to suggest the coaching played a role in the outcome.

Personally, I expect and hope the Chiefs to blitz more against Denver in a couple weeks. Manning will pick apart your defense, if you do.
And they did on different occasions.

Manning got the ball out just in time, and in return had his worst game of the season. There were several times the Chiefs had Manning off guard and couldn't capitalize. The play that stands out was the pick 6 that should have happened.

Aside from the drive with 69 yard pass to Thomas (blatant push off), he didn't really do anything spectacular like he usually does.
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And they did on different occasions.

Manning got the ball out just in time, and in return had his worst game of the season. There were several times the Chiefs had Manning off guard and couldn't capitalize. The play that stands out was the pick 6 that should have happened.

Aside from the drive with 69 yard pass to Thomas (blatant push off), he didn't really do anything spectacular like he usually does.
Guess it depends how you define "worse" game. If it's strictly points, then yes KC held him to his fewest points of the year. Personally, I'd argue his games against Washington and Indianapolis were both considerably worse games even if Denver scored more points. He and his teammates made mistakes that led to points for the opposition.

The pick six would have only happened if the defender jumped on the ball a second earlier.

Dunno why Chief fans are focusing on Manning vs the Chiefs defense anyways. The game is going to come down to the Chiefs Offense vs Broncos Defense. If Alex Smith and KC have only engineered 10 points (7 on a pretty blatant Bowe push off) with 5 minutes to go in the game, they are NOT beating Denver without multiple defensive TD's
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Guess it depends how you define "worse" game. If it's strictly points, then yes KC held him to his fewest points of the year. Personally, I'd argue his games against Washington and Indianapolis were both considerably worse games even if Denver scored more points. He and his teammates made mistakes that led to points for the opposition.

The pick six would have only happened if the defender jumped on the ball a second earlier.

Dunno why Chief fans are focusing on Manning vs the Chiefs defense anyways. The game is going to come down to the Chiefs Offense vs Broncos Defense. If Alex Smith and KC have only engineered 10 points (7 on a pretty blatant Bowe push off) with 5 minutes to go in the game, they are NOT beating Denver without multiple defensive TD's
The Chiefs offense lost the game. The D gave them so many chances it was ridiculous.

Although it says a lot that a team coming off a 2-14 season, that played by far their worst game of the season (that includes coaching too. Reid had a horrible gamplan offensively) only lost to the mighty Broncos in Denver by 10 points.
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Still believe the Bronco D is vastly overrated.



Tom Brady makes these throws. Wouldn't be surprised to see him go off this week with WR's getting wide open like this.


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The Chiefs offense lost the game. The D gave them so many chances it was ridiculous.

Although it says a lot that a team coming off a 2-14 season, that played by far their worst game of the season (that includes coaching too. Reid had a horrible gamplan offensively) only lost to the mighty Broncos in Denver by 10 points.
It's really hard to compare the Chiefs, and for that matter the Broncos, because neither has really played many tough games. Was it really KC's worst game of the season, or was it the first time they faced legitimate competition? Their offense isn't really built for scoring a lot of points, and Reid kinda changed the offensive plan to try to get more big plays. He needs to stick to the run game more, as having Alex Smith heave 45 passes is not a recipe for success.
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The Broncos will undoubtedly scheme differently for the Patriots. They know Brady can make throws that Alex Smith can't. Broncos Defense isn't great, but it's above average if completely healthy and more then capable of making life difficult for KC's offense.
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The Broncos will undoubtedly scheme differently for the Patriots. They know Brady can make throws that Alex Smith can't. Broncos Defense isn't great, but it's above average if completely healthy and more then capable of making life difficult for KC's offense.
Broncos didn't make life difficult for our offense. Alex Smith did.
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I think the Broncos were well aware of Smith's limitations and game planned to take away his strengths (for the most part). They gave up one big run to Smith, and one big run to Charles, but were able to almost completely take away the dink and dunk and force KC to throw the ball down the field. It's what any team should do moving forward.
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Old 11-22-2013, 12:52 AM   #124
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I think most Chief fans were planning on having crow (or pigeon) on Thanksgiving anyway. This thread is just making their mouths water and their jaws go slack (er).
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Broncos didn't make life difficult for our offense. Alex Smith did.
It's actually the Len Dawson curse. What happened was this. While he was the co-host for INSIDE THE NFL on HBO he picked the Chiefs to win 136 times in a row. Eventually the football gods sickened of him and said we will have the Chiefs suffer for yrs losing in the playoffs, just missing the Superbowl, suffering through 2-14 season and then Len Dawson will shut the **** up and stop ruining INSIDE THE NFL. I just want to see some damn highlights and they never show my team! But alas Len Dawson would never learn. He continued to pick them to win and win and win no matter how ****ty they were.

So until Len Dawson is dead you will lose. He is old as dirt but that bastard looks pretty healthy to me. Hell he might out live your coach.
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