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Just now, Turftoe said:

Perhaps his shoulder doesn't feel the same in cold weather?

That's possible I guess.  He'll be asked about it after the game.  There's no way a guy suddenly starts throwing the ball with so much less zip than all season.  There has to be an explanation.

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Just now, IrishColt said:

Luck is a perfectionist and I think he overthinks when he should trust his instincts. I think we should concentrate on a no-huddle offense so he doesn't have time to overthink.

That run was a good example...

That's been there most of the game

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2 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

This doesn't really surprise me. I did not think our Offense would play this bad but the Chiefs winning isn't shocking at all. I thought going in it was 50/50. They are just better unfortunately and proving it. In a rebuild season we made the Elite 8 and won 10 games. We also regained our Division status as the team to beat by beating Houston in a Playoff game. We have 9 draft picks coming up and tons of Salary Cap space. It's been a hell of a season regardless of this game. Some of you guys can complain and moan all you want but we are way ahead of schedule. 

 

You knew the O would have to put up 3 scores or more to have a chance. It's frustrating that they still can have such a low floor in certain games. 

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4 minutes ago, Funyun said:

Ah.  Reminds me why I don't come here often.  I had an account awhile back, lost my password and set up a new one, but rarely come by anymore.  

Look at the names.

They havent been around all season.  Ignore them.  They are nitwits that think they're cool.

i guess the pokemon tournament was cancelled.

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Just now, iuecon99 said:

That's possible I guess.  He'll be asked about it after the game.  There's no way a guy suddenly starts throwing the ball with so much less zip than all season.  There has to be an explanation.

Maybe KC is that good and their pass rush is in his head. They did lead the league in sacks.

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1 minute ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

You knew the O would have to put up 3 scores or more to have a chance. It's frustrating that they still can have such a low floor in certain games. 

Yeah that is really the only thing that is bothering me. I am surprised Luck isn't playing better. KC's Defense looks really great today. 

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This is one of the worst games a QB has had a playoff game in years.  Every, every, EVERY throw has been bad.  He has not made one good darn thrown in this game.  Not ONE.  Not a single good throw.  Not even one good throw in the whole game.  Frustrating. 

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Lucks last 3 throws.

 

A weak duck 2 yards short.

 

Another play where he ducks and gets it batted down.

 

A pass that is 3 yards off target.

 

And this has been going on for weeks.

 

If you think Luck is an All Pro QB right now you are crazy.

 

Something ain't right.

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Yeah that is really the only thing that is bothering me. I am surprised Luck isn't playing better. KC's Defense looks really great today. 

 

I know they've not been great this year but it's very much their secondary and we kinda nullified that without Hilton being 100%. Their D-line and Housten are still pretty good at rushing the passer. 

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