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4 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

Okay boys and girls…..5 years ago....KC had us 38-10

 

..and we came back:lecture:

And the Chiefs learned from that. That's why they've gone for it on 4th downs. They do not want the ball in Luck's hands. They will stay aggressive the entire game, even if they're up 40-0.

 

They will not go into prevent D. They will keep their foot on the gas.

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Just now, Flash7 said:

And the Chiefs learned from that. That's why they've gone for it on 4th downs. They do not want the ball in Luck's hands. They will stay aggressive the entire game, even if they're up 40-0.

 

They will not go into prevent D. They will keep their foot on the gas.

..and that will give us more possessions..

 

Boys and girls...we're not out of it yet

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Just now, JCPatriot said:

 

Well, there's your problem.  You had unreasonable expectations.  Expecting somebody to be the next Manning is setting them up for apparent failure.

you will see when brady is gone thats what happens .  i just want him to be more consistent that is my only issue with him .  he has amazing games but  then cant get a first and looks horrible even with our playoff losses manning played ok at least

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7 minutes ago, mahagga73 said:

They are exploiting every one of our weaknesses.  Lack of pass rush , coverage ability on D.  Lack of wideouts capable of getting open on offense.  

 

They’re playing us like second half of Texans playoff game and second Jaguars game. That’s why we need to stay patient  run and get some throws on first downs occasionally  instead.

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

..and that will give us more possessions..

 

Boys and girls...we're not out of it yet

No, we're NOT out of it. We have fight left in us.

 

But just because something happened in the past does not mean that it will happen again. It was the second largest comeback in NFL history. To expect something like that to happen agains is unlikely.

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