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Just now, LJpalmbeacher2 said:

Eberfus is clueless so far....another flag...undisciplined

Our D-line is being dominated so far

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Just now, MB-ColtsFan said:

What makes you think that?

Have you watched the ball leave his hand?  Everything looks wobbly

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Going to be 14-0 soon. Colts will have to make a comeback.

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Wow.  One of the worst starts you could see.   Embarrassing.  Still a good season.  See you next year.

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They are blocking us easily....14-0......and they look like a team that averages 35 points a game

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Lol We are supposed to be the running team. We are getting embarrassed. We aren’t as good as what everyone thinks. Our defense sucks against elite quarterbacks. 

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Stay patient with the run game, I’m telling you, even down 14-0

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This is exactly what didn’t need to happen. KC is getting what they want and we don’t belong. 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Chloe6124 said:

It is. Then we have to pass and they will just rush Luck.

That's ball game.  Still exceeded expectations this year but it's a shame to have the game not even be competitive for half a quarter.

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Just now, Aces101 said:

Have you watched the ball leave his hand?  Everything looks wobbly

Well, 2 of those throws have been blocked, so...

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Chiefs will not let up this game because of the last come back game. They are going to run up the score and not play prevent defense.

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haha

 

I cant believe the media hyped us up all week.

 

What do the Chiefs average per game again?

 

The 1-5 team is back again.

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“They can’t run. They can’t run. They can’t run. They can’t run. They can’t run.”

 

I hope y’all tell us again. 

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Well on the bright side, I can't see NE beating San Diego and KC. 

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