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They already took our run game away by getting the lead. This is over. Our great oline looks like a bunch of high school kids.

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Yeah, this game is going to be a real uphill climb. Luck doesn't look good, go from there..

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Already Luck is guiding the ball.

 

Both those tips are on him because he is NOT THROWING IT.

 

I said it last week.  Say it again.

 

He only seems to throw it when he is on the move.  In the pocket he is throwing it like a girl.

 

He is NOT confident right now.

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So much talk about how bad the Chiefs D was. They've heard it and are looking to make a statement.

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 Ant get any worse of a start. They score here in rheee conditions and it might be near impossible to overcome. 

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Just now, Moosejawcolt said:

This game could b over early.  I think Chiefs D is responding to all the negative press

And being 0 and 4 vs Colts.

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Just now, Chloe6124 said:

They already took our run game away by getting the lead. This is over. Our great oline looks like a bunch of high school kids.

A run game isn’t gone when down 7-0

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Defensive hands to the face right in front of an official. Pass interference. 

 

We are screwed guys. Home field advantage is in full force today.

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1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

They already took our run game away by getting the lead. This is over. Our great oline looks like a bunch of high school kids.

 

It's only 7-0... you don't just stop running. 

 

Stop being so hyperbolic. 

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Far from over.  Let's start with a stop on D and build some confidence.

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We are proving we are still a soft dome team that can’t play in weather. 

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Fortunately I got a little bit of a head start on the Scotch.  We're in for a rough one here.  

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1 minute ago, Turftoe said:

Looked to me like that could have been pass interference

Surprised that was allowed.

We need to see if they'll allow our boys to grab like that

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Goes without saying they have to get a stop here. KC won't go conservative if they score again as the Colts semi-did last week vs Houston. 

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Oh look, the troll is here to call out Luck. Quiet all week...

 

Permaban anyone?

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4 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

 

So why bother watching the rest of the game? 

 

Come on... this is getting old. We go behind early in ANY game and the same old crowd are pulling down the sky. 

 

 

just being honest cant let you being a fan block reality .   we havent faced that many good teams on our winning streak .  our offense has been shaky getting shut out the whole second half last week and jax shutting us out .   of course ill watch the whole game either way and support the team i always do that doesnt mean only positive .     we will be better next year any way

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Just now, threeflight said:

Already Luck is guiding the ball.

 

Both those tips are on him because he is NOT THROWING IT.

 

I said it last week.  Say it again.

 

He only seems to throw it when he is on the move.  In the pocket he is throwing it like a girl.

 

He is NOT confident right now.

 

OH LOOK WHOSE BACK.... HOORAAY :sarcasm:

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So

1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

They already took our run game away by getting the lead. This is over. Our great oline looks like a bunch of high school kids.

 

Perhaps you should find a safe space for a good cry.

 

1st quarter isn't even half over

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Just now, SteelCityColt said:

 

It's only 7-0... you don't just stop running. 

 

Stop being so hyperbolic. 

Then why did we pass 3 times on that last drive.

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Just now, Mr.Debonair said:

Illegal hands to the face missed

Well we had Smith with holding it wasn’t called so I’m not blaming calls yet, they’ve missed plenty already. 

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1 minute ago, Chloe6124 said:

They already took our run game away by getting the lead. This is over. Our great oline looks like a bunch of high school kids.

 

OL is doing fine, quit overreacting!!!

 

Luck is not in rhythm yet, can’t start every game on fire. The D needs to keep us in the game till Luck finds his rhythm

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Always thought the defense would roll over. But I was worried that the offense would come out slow, or be inconsistent, like always. They have to play four quarters with the Chiefs, and hat's not looking like it's going to happen. 

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1 minute ago, threeflight said:

Already Luck is guiding the ball.

 

Both those tips are on him because he is NOT THROWING IT.

 

I said it last week.  Say it again.

 

He only seems to throw it when he is on the move.  In the pocket he is throwing it like a girl.

 

He is NOT confident right now.

And compare Lucks throwing motion to Mahomes now.  Mahomes is throwing the ball like Aaron Rodgers.  Fully confident.  Like a whip.

 

If Luck continues to play this way we are doomed.

 

Luck in the second half of last week did the same but luckily we held on.  Should have been 45-7 last week.

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1 minute ago, DraftMaster said:

Calm down guys, the Kansas City Chokers will play bad in the 2nd half, it's what they do...

This isn’t the same chiefs team

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That was a blatant PI. But I’ve never seen a QB get so many passes deflected at the line of scrimmage. It’s infuriating

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1 minute ago, DraftMaster said:

Calm down guys, the Kansas City Chokers will play bad in the 2nd half, it's what they do...

I’m not so sure about that. Mahommes knows what’s at stake. He knows Luck. He won’t be backing off...

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