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  Rest in Peace Carrie Fisher
Posted by: HG - 12-27-2016, 01:22 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (3)

The odds were truly not in her favor.  The force has left her.   All jokes aside.  This is a bummer.

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  THE DENVER OPTIONS
Posted by: HG - 12-27-2016, 12:11 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (15)

We could have a problem.  News coming out of Denver is that they feel the 2016 season is over.  Its time to focus on 2017.  This could go one of three ways.
 
#1 Denver tells the entire team.  You are playing for your jobs next year.  You need to kick the Raiders ass or go home.  Because we hate the Raiders (This is the preferred action.)

#2 No need to take a chance on getting Von Miller and company hurt.  Lets put the kids out there and see how they do.  Because the Chiefs ruined our season and this would really screw the Chiefs. (This option sucks the worse)

#3 Play the starters the first half to give the fans some of their money’s worth.  Then the 2nd half play the kids.  This would give the Chiefs hope but then their hopes would crash and burn (This option sucks almost as much as #2)

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  Why you should be scared of the Chiefs.
Posted by: The_Jonas - 12-26-2016, 01:25 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (6)

By:  This guy

I seem to be more confident in this team that most.  Which is weird.  I'm going to tell you why every single team in the post season should fear the Chiefs.  

1.  Their defense is physical.  KC's defense swarms and hits hard.  They're a gambling defense, both in scheme and personnel, but Eric Berry sets the tone and it's a physical one.  

2.  KC's secondary is loaded with playmakers.  Eric Berry and Marcus Peters have proven over and over that they can change an entire game in one play, and the rest of the secondary feeds off it.  Since Mitchell moved in to replace Gaines, the defense has improved in the back end.  Nelson, Peters, and Mitchell have been blanketing WR's, and QB's are being forced more and more to rely on throwing at tight ends and running backs. 

3.  The team is defined by resilience.  KC has won a lot of ways this season.  They've had a lot of injuries.  Without Houston, Dee ford emerged as an elite pass rusher.  Without Charles, Ware emerged as a quality runner.  Bailey and Howard go down, Chris Jones and Nunez Roches make plays.  Maclin goes down, Hill becomes an important factor in the passing game.  Every time you think 'this injury is too much to overcome' the team has found a way to overcome it.  They don't quit, and that carries over to when they face adversity in game situations.  

4.  The offense has playmakers -  KC's offense has a lot of problems, but they can explode in short bursts.  Kelce is ridiculous and Hill is a live action cheat code.  While it's not at the desired level overall, the capability is there to beat ANY defense.  

5.  Their OL is quietly becoming one of the better groups in the NFL as the season progresses.  Am I the only one noticing this?  Denver launched a 7 man blitz (and realize how elite many of their front 7 defenders are) and KC's OL and RB's picked it up masterfully.  Alex found Kelce crossing and got a big gain.  Last season, or even early this season, I never saw KC's guys pick up a blitz like that.  It was beautiful.  They're growing.  They need more work on short yardage, but I'm putting that on the coaches.  Emphasize it for the upcoming playoffs!

6.  They beat good teams.  This isn't an 'easy schedule' team.  They're in the process of sweeping the best division in football, and they've already swept the other two top teams in the division.  They have 2 of the 3 losses tacked on Oakland.  They beat the Falcons in Atlanta.  This isn't the 'soft schedule' chiefs that we usually hear about as we enter the playoffs.  This was a hard earned playoff birth.

Regardless of what happens against SD, this is a dangerous team.  Injuries and all, it's a better team than KC went in with last year.

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  Travis kelce
Posted by: The_Jonas - 12-26-2016, 12:51 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (16)

So... at this point it's not controversial to say he's the best TE actively playing right now is it?

I mean outside of Gronk (who's injured, again, thus not active) he's pretty much established that right?

Kelce has 1117 yards.  Tony G's best mark was 1258.  He can potentially eclipse the mark of an all time great.  His 73% catch rate is also on par with Tony's best seasons.  

His production, particularly recently, is beyond elite.  Also, did you see his awesome block on Hill's long run?  

He needed his own thread.

Buy this man more hair gel and beard oil.    It's where he draws his great power.

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  Chiefs @ Chargers Game 16
Posted by: ChiefsChick23 - 12-26-2016, 12:11 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (51)

Let's sweep the entire AFC West this year, shall we?

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  vs. Broncos Christmas Night Game Thread
Posted by: asskickingboots - 12-20-2016, 06:35 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (46)

Primetime, playoff implications, Arrowhead, Chiefs taking on the Broncos. The only thing you can add to my wishlist is a Chiefs' win!

BTW, any of you locals or people that happen to be in town for Christmas, I have one extra ticket. Apparently all of my friends have family stuff, like Christmas is important or something. Biggest downside is you'd have to sit next to me for a few hours.

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  Preferred Playoff Seed?
Posted by: ChiefsChick23 - 12-13-2016, 09:03 AM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (57)

The way things stand right now, i don't think I want to see the Chiefs at the #1 seed.

#2 means we get a bye week and as things stand today, we'd face the winner of Raiders vs. Texans in Arrowhead.

I like the Chiefs over either of those teams.

If NE wins vs the winner of Pitt/Den (and hey, that's not necessarily a guarantee, y'know), I don't mind the  Chiefs on the road there.  We only lost by a single score last year.

If NE does NOT win that game, then we get either Pitt/Den in Arrowhead, which I like a lot.

So maybe we just win out, take the #2 seed, and win like we've been winning, right?

What do you think?

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  Del Rio Suggests "Angel in the Outfield" affected pass
Posted by: ChiefsChick23 - 12-12-2016, 08:07 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (6)

http://www.mercurynews.com/2016/12/12/ra...vs-chiefs/

Here's a list of things that affected that pass, other than, y'know, the obvious wobble as it went just off screen.

  • Angels
  • Demons
  • Dragons
  • The Dragonborn
  • Stealth Bomber flying overhead at just the wrong moment
  • Invisible wires
  • The wind from the Raider Hate swirling in the stadium
  • BBQ Smoke wafting in from the parking lot
  • Football Gods
  • Andy Reid' telekenetic powers
  • Ghosts
  • Russian hackers
What do you think affected that pass other than a bad throw?

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  NFL tells Chiefs to Prep Playoff Game at Arrowhead
Posted by: ChiefsChick23 - 12-12-2016, 03:38 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (2)
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  What to do, what to do?
Posted by: HG - 12-11-2016, 12:41 PM - Forum: 65 Toss Power Trap - Replies (3)

We are having our big family get together today because of scheduling.  And with no Chiefs game today.  We have a couple games that  I am just gonna sit back and watch.  Game #1 Denver at Tennessee. Since we play both teams the next two weeks. (The hell with the Cowboys/Giants)  Monday we have the Ravens and Pats.  Gonna be interesting.

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