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Photo Chiefs players shirts
Posted by: DallasChief - 11-09-2017, 07:14 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (10)

So this ad for a Travis Kelce / Tyreek Hill /  DeMarcus Robinson tshirt.  It was interesting to me because Robinson has only started a handful of games and has only 12 catches in his career. I wonder who outside of Robinson's family is looking to buy that shirt.  But there are probably more looking to buy that shirt than some of these other shirts I found.

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  Week 11 @ Giants, Normal As Hell Game
Posted by: asskickingboots - 11-06-2017, 05:59 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (58)

The 6-3 Chiefs will take an extra week off to prepare and get healthy before facing the NY Giants, who are 1-7 before their week 10 matchup against the 49ers.

It seems like every game has been against some badass team and an elevated national audience. This here is just a plain old noon game against a bad team. And I don't feel bad about saying that. Not even a "pretty good for a 1-7 team" throwaway thought.

The Giants were thought to be a playoff caliber team heading into the year, but those dreams are all but procedurally finished. They looked not awful against the Broncos a few weeks back, their best game and only win thus far, but got soundly defeated by the Seahawks and then embarrassingly demolished by the Rams. They have some real injury concerns too.

The Chiefs have been in desperate need of a bye week for about a month now. This won't cure all that ails, but maybe some rest and some self scouting will do some real good.

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Posted by: HG - 11-03-2017, 01:54 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (7)

Okay, okay okay,  Here we go.  We start of Thor is chained up and having a conversation with Surter.  After Thor gets the info he wants he says no its time to break his chains and rip his head off.  Hammer shows up and right before it gets there Thor breaks the chains catches the Hammer and the Immigrant Song starts rockin and the battle is frickin wicked bad ass and...............................Thor ends up ripping his head off.  

Thor is chased by a pissed off dragon and the bifrost shows up and Thor is in Asgard and the drgons head was the only part that made it.  Skurge is running the show.  Why?  Watch the movie.  THor soon realizes the Odin is not Odin after seeing an play acted out about Lokis death.  Has clever way of making Loki admit it.  Now we head to Earth.  The old folks home Odin was in has been torn down and Loki is surrounded by a mystical cicle and disappears.  A card is left. in his place.  Card takes him to Dr Stange.  Yada yada can you find Odin.  Yup great can I have my brother yet, Yep.  Loki is upset.  

Odin is in a field and

Hell Im tired.  3 best hero movie fights Ive ever seen. More immigrant song later and a little Willy Wonka.  Movie had a few to many jokes but was quiet a ride.

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Posted by: chiefsfaninky - 10-31-2017, 06:49 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (1)
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  Week 9 @ Cowboys, Trip to Jurrah Wurld
Posted by: asskickingboots - 10-31-2017, 08:18 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (47)

The 6-2 Chiefs are preparing for a Sunday afternoon stroll into Jurrah Wurld, home of the Big Fucking TV, another middling overrated 4-3 Cowboys team, and the most incredible collection of people nostalgic for the 90s shy of an X-Files fan forum (sorry CC and NOLA).

The Chiefs are coming off of a MNF home victory that felt immensely different than their others this season, but still familiar. The Chiefs won due to an impressive defensive performance. They still gave up a ton of yards (364 total), but they actually did one of the key things that makes "bend but don't break" defenses work. They got turnovers. 5 of them even, 3 of which flowed out of the conduit that runs the Denver offense, the Trevster. Also, Travis Kelce is hella good and Steven Nelson looked solid in his return.

The Cowboys are also coming off of a big division win, though their win was on the road and in the rain. The Redskins are a little beat up now, so it isn't the quality win most Chiefs fans would assume based on our earlier game against them. In fact, none of the teams the Cowboys have beaten have a winning record. We'll know a lot more about the Cowboys after they face the Chiefs, travel to Megatron's Butthole to face Atlanta, then return home to face Philly.

There's the extra storyline that guarantees this game will get at least some national coverage, "What will happen with Zeke's suspension?". Currently he is slated to be suspended for this game, but he's likely seeking an injunction. We'll know for sure today, I guess. I don't know the details of the case regarding the suspension, or the original domestic violence case that prompted it, but I make up for that lack of proficiency by knowing even less about the process.

The rest of the AFC West all lost and have losing records at the moment, including the Broncos. Despite how good the division looked earlier in the season, and I still suspect most of these teams are some level of decent, the Chiefs are the only team with a positive point differential. That's +56 compared to -2 for the Bolts, -20 for the Broncos, and -21 for the Raiders. It's clear at the moment the division crown will be the Chiefs again barring an epic collapse, especially considering the schedule gets easier after the bye.

Excellent opportunity for the Chiefs to pull further away from the pack in the West, keep pace with the other AFC leaders, and get a little more healthy with the upcoming bye.

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  Great Chiefs running backs welcome Kareem Hunt into the club
Posted by: ChiefsChick23 - 10-30-2017, 08:28 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (8)
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  Week 8 vs. Broncos, Monday Night Football
Posted by: asskickingboots - 10-21-2017, 12:28 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (62)

Yet another nationally televised game for the Chiefs as they look to get back on track at home against the Broncos on Monday Night Football. Now would be a great time for some Big Red Mini-Bye Week Magic.

Going into the season many viewed this 3 game stretch as the hardest for the Chiefs and some even considered it the hardest 3 game stretch of any team, Steelers, Raiders, Broncos. The Chiefs went into this stretch 5-0 with a chance to bury multiple potential playoff rivals in terms of the division and home field advantage. Despite having chances to win both of the first 2 games, the Chiefs came up empty handed. Now they have to defeat the Broncos to keep pace atop the AFC.

The Broncos face the LA Chargers on Sunday for the second time already this season. It took last second heroics to defeat the Bolts at home, now the Broncos have a home away from home game to prove... whatever it is that beating the Chargers proves.

The opening schedule for the Broncos has been laughably easy, especially with hindsight and including an early bye. Only the Raiders look like a quality opponent they beat (Cowboys have a losing record at the moment... then again, so do the Raiders), yet the Broncos beat them with a convincing defensive performance dragging a struggling offense to victory as has been the formula for winning in Denver over recent years. The only Denver opponent with a winning record so far is the 3-2 Bills.

The Chiefs schedule on the other hand has been a murderer's row, really only facing one team (likely) out of playoff contention. Still, the end results for the two teams are the only thing that matters and they're pretty similar. Both teams have 2 losses and the Broncos have a chance to tie for cut into the division lead against a team most people think they should beat.

Then again, most people thought the Broncos would have the Giants' collective ass handed to them on a silver platter, but it turns out they had the Giants' hands assed to them instead (think about it).

This is a huge game with playoff implications in front of a raucous crowd of Arrowhead faithful. Get it done, Chiefs!

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  Yeah, but he is our douchebag.
Posted by: Chi-town_Chief - 10-19-2017, 06:30 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (3)

Just take a moment to appreciate this photoshoot with Kelce.

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  Strength of Schedule Ratings
Posted by: ChiefsChick23 - 10-19-2017, 11:02 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (2)

This is updated as the year goes by.

IIRC, the Chiefs had the 2nd toughest schedule when the season began.  Only the Broncos had it harder (because they play us twice?).

As of right now (10/19/17)

Guess who's had the toughest schedule to date?

Your Kansas City Chiefs.  And they went 5-1 against it.

So y'all, don't get too down over that Steelers game.  We got it tough.

And Broncos fans can STFU because they've had the 2nd EASIEST schedule thus far.  And they've played mostly at home, too.

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  Week 7 @ Raiders, Thursday Night Football
Posted by: asskickingboots - 10-15-2017, 11:20 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (79)

The Chiefs finally have their first blemish. They looked beyond defeated in the first half, but kept the score relatively close against the Steelers and made a game of it towards the end. Andy arguably made a mistake by not going for 3 to make the game a one score affair in the 4th, but the Chiefs still had an opportunity to win anyway and let it slip away.

It may have been a totally different result if Peters intercepted a ball that hit him in the facemask, but instead it bounced into AB's arms for a crazy TD. That's the type of big defensive play Chiefs fans have been accustomed to going their way the last couple years, but instead it went as poorly as possible.

The Raiders got their star child QB back, but he looked human and they still found themselves on the short side of an uninspired one point home loss due to a missed PAT. Really weird seeing the role reversal where the Chargers win because their kicker made a kick and someone else missed.

Just a few weeks ago the AFC West looked insane. The Chiefs changed the whole face of the AFC by ending the 16-0 talk about the Patriots mere hours into the season. The Raiders were planning their Super Bowl parade route straight from Oakland to Vegas. The Broncos were back to their smug, spoiled selves after defeating perhaps the only fanbase more smug and annoying, the Cowboys. The Chargers were the talented little brothers of the division, destined to lose despite being good enough to be a much better team elsewhere.

Now, the Chiefs still have the best record but half the offense is in the tub. No really, that's not hyperbole. Morse, LDT, Enhiger, Conley, Wilson, Hill, Kelce, Ware, West... all at least limited or out. They're going to need some people to get healthy and others to step up if they want to do more than just make the playoffs.

The Raiders lost their QB and apparently their balls in one fell swoop, dropping 2 crucial division games and getting whooped by the Ravens in between that shit sandwich. That's after getting embarrassed by the Redskins on national TV. Many will blame Carr's injury for that piss poor stretch, but Carr played for most of it, he just looked bad most of the time.

The Broncos lost unexpectedly to the Bills, something Bills opponents say almost any time that happens. Then, after an early bye the Broncos had the good fortune to face a depleted Giants team dealing with some locker room turmoil on their home turf. I had the good fortune of watching their vaunted run defense be incapable of containing bi-weekly desperation fantasy RB pickup Orleans Darkwa. Trevor Simien had the most Simien game imaginable, throwing the ball 50 freaking times for 376 yards and still looking like shit, throwing just 1 TD, 2 INTs and I think he had 2 fumbles.

The Chargers are now a much more respectable 2-4. It wouldn't surprise me if they finish 2-14 or 8-8, but no one in the world would expect anything more and if they say differently they're bigger liars than the Spanos family.

So yeah, other than the injuries continuing to mount up, the Chiefs are still in a pretty good position. They need to get in Oakland, hit them in the mouth, and get out as quickly as possible. The Raiders are spiraling back towards the clutches of irrelevance as quickly as they rose up from it last season, and the Chiefs have an excellent opportunity to bury their season like the rioters will bury their stadium when they finally do move.

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