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New England (+3) at Kansas City (1-20-19)

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1 minute ago, Smoke317 said:

McDaniels & Brady have mastered the swing to the running back with the built in rub route.  

McDaniels just called a dumb play, Chiefs hold. QB sneak should've been called.

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  KC has the chance to win..at home..plenty of time...

Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

McDaniels just called a dumb play, Chiefs hold. QB sneak should've been called.

Sneak or the swing pass to White that nobody stops

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Awesome! 

 

So weird they didn't do the ole' Tommy Boy sneak. He's never lost that battle before to my knowledge. 

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Just now, 2006Coltsbestever said:

McDaniels just called a dumb play, Chiefs hold. QB sneak should've been called.

That’s Brady’s call. He’s got 2 options. He chose poorly. Probably had a swing pass in there too.  The fact Burkhead was in & not Michel probably meant sneak or swing. Brady went run & got none. 

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Maybe I'm seeing what I want to see but it brushed his hand.

 

In a 3-point game..why was he fielding it on the hop at all

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Lol. Always some controversy in a Patriots game...  Time to pass the torch to the Chiefs. Get it done Goodell. 

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