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12-17-2013, 08:50 AM
By Darin Gantt (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/17/chiefs-wont-hold-back-on-colts-except-perhaps-injured-guys/) http://nbcprofootballtalk.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/54b7e7fcf65a667438fac1203878001a.jpeg?w=200&h=170&crop=1 (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/17/chiefs-wont-hold-back-on-colts-except-perhaps-injured-guys/)
Even though the most likely scenarios have the Chiefs and Colts meeting in the first round of the playoffs, this week’s not a time to hold back for strategic reasons. Because of the tiebreakers that come into play for both teams, the Chiefs appear destined for the AFC’s top Wild Card berth, and the Colts… Read more… (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/12/17/chiefs-wont-hold-back-on-colts-except-perhaps-injured-guys/)

ctchiefsfan
12-17-2013, 02:00 PM
Good article. Personally, I think Reid should sit anyone who he feels is not 110% healed from injury and tell whoever does play to go full blast. We want to win this game for a lot of reasons, but not at the risk of re-injuring some of our key players. If we are losing by a substantial margin then sit some more of the starters. If it is close late in the game then go ahead and put in any players that you kept out and finish it with a win. In short, adapt your tactics to the situation.

Pro_Angler
12-17-2013, 02:34 PM
If we have the chance to get 1 seed we play to win the game and dominate!!!!!!!!

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 02:53 PM
I think the Chiefs should play all out to win the next game. People are talking as if the odds are astronomical that we wind up as the number one seed in the conference. Well I'm not a statistician, but for a 9 point spread ( which I believe is how much the Donks are favored by this weekend ), that converts to an expected win percentage of approximtely 74%. Well that means that the Donks chances of LOSING this game are 26% or slightly greater than one in four. And that is just this weekend. Their odds of losing should be even slightly higher the following weekend when they play the Faders. I invite anyone to estimate the odds of our winning two and the Donks losing one of the next two. It is certainly far from astronomical and worth a full effort by Reid and company.

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 02:59 PM
Oops, sorry. The spread for the Donks/Texans is actually 10.5, so the Donks losing probability is about 20% which is still pretty good.

ctchiefsfan
12-17-2013, 03:03 PM
I think the Chiefs should play all out to win the next game. People are talking as if the odds are astronomical that we wind up as the number one seed in the conference. Well I'm not a statistician, but for a 9 point spread ( which I believe is how much the Donks are favored by this weekend ), that converts to an expected win percentage of approximtely 74%. Well that means that the Donks chances of LOSING this game are 26% or slightly greater than one in four. And that is just this weekend. Their odds of losing should be even slightly higher the following weekend when they play the Faders. I invite anyone to estimate the odds of our winning two and the Donks losing one of the next two. It is certainly far from astronomical and worth a full effort by Reid and company.

You hit the nail on the head NJ! I'm confident the donks will win this weekend, but I think they have a SUBSTANTIAL chance of losing to the raiders. That game is in oakland and the raiders are likely to be trying hard to end the season on a positive note. I think we have to do our very best to beat the colts on Sunday, but at the same time not "push" any of our injured starters to come back too early and risk losing them for the playoffs. Reid has a TOUGH decision to make on this game and I am damn glad I don't have to make that decision.

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 04:24 PM
Personally, I don't think the Donkeys will lose either of their last 2 games.

For the Chiefs, yes they should try to play well and try to win, but they do not have to risk everything or show all their cards in either of these games. The primary objective is to have a healthy Chiefs squad going into the post-season.

The truth is, the Chiefs have played better on the road than they have at home this year & having home-field advantage and a 1st round bye has been completely worthless the last 3 times that they had it, anyways. Having 5th seed is perfectly OK by me, and besides, I want a 3rd crack at the Donks in Denver because the Chiefs have owned the Donkeys in Denver the previous two times they played there in January & I believe the Chiefs will do it again.

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 05:33 PM
Connecticut, I fully agree with you regarding the Raiders game. But don't forget, WE almost lost to the Texans at HOME, so if we don't think the Texans have a chance to beat the Donks in Houston, then what does that say about our opinion of the Chiefs? And BR, while I agree that a healthy team is paramount, and that historically a first round bye has not been the answer for us, this team is a completely different team and it is hard to ignore statistical probability. This link summarizes the advantage of higher seeding very simply. In short, a 5th seed has a 7% chance statistically of making it to the superbowl vs a 1st seed which has a 36% chance (and 44% historically). That's a HUGE difference and one worth fighting for.
http://www.advancednflstats.com/2011/12/importance-of-playoff-seeding.html

Justin5772002
12-17-2013, 05:40 PM
I'm all for that extra week of rest to get healthy and one less playoff game we would have to win to get to the ship.

Eydugstr
12-17-2013, 06:33 PM
"The season is still alive." Think what Andy Reid is saying, is that the Colts aren't going to take a coffee break, and neither should we.

Do agree we should rest injured players, not push anything too fast and have these guys back for the postseason. Definitely agree with sitting the starters if the game gets out of reach for the Colts, but I don't think that will be the case. Give our backups (who haven't been bad by any means) a lot of reps.

We've really only lost to two teams; The Hee Haw squad & the Chargers. Not one of those three games were we ever out of reach. But I do think Arrowhead is a difference maker, because it takes away other teams' ability to audible. I'd rather us win out and just let the dust settle from what's going on with everyone else as far as playoff scenarios go.

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 06:52 PM
Connecticut, I fully agree with you regarding the Raiders game. But don't forget, WE almost lost to the Texans at HOME, so if we don't think the Texans have a chance to beat the Donks in Houston, then what does that say about our opinion of the Chiefs? And BR, while I agree that a healthy team is paramount, and that historically a first round bye has not been the answer for us, this team is a completely different team and it is hard to ignore statistical probability. This link summarizes the advantage of higher seeding very simply. In short, a 5th seed has a 7% chance statistically of making it to the superbowl vs a 1st seed which has a 36% chance (and 44% historically). That's a HUGE difference and one worth fighting for.
http://www.advancednflstats.com/2011/12/importance-of-playoff-seeding.html

Sorry, but those stats don't mean a thing. I'm well aware this is a different regime, but some things don't always change with regimes. Three different regimes had homefield advantage and it still amounted to a one and done.

Besides, and I will say it again, this Chiefs team has performed better on the road than they have at home this year and it's not even close.

Also, the Packers in 2010 and the Giants in 2011 went on to win SB's and neither were the #1 seed and the Ravens weren't the #1 seed last year, either. So, as of late, and as of this decade, those stat seedings have been meaningless. Let the Donkeys have the #1 seed and they'll probably get it anyways.

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 08:04 PM
Sorry, but those stats don't mean a thing. I'm well aware this is a different regime, but some things don't always change with regimes. Three different regimes had homefield advantage and it still amounted to a one and done.

Besides, and I will say it again, this Chiefs team has performed better on the road than they have at home this year and it's not even close.

Also, the Packers in 2010 and the Giants in 2011 went on to win SB's and neither were the #1 seed and the Ravens weren't the #1 seed last year, either. So, as of late, and as of this decade, those stat seedings have been meaningless. Let the Donkeys have the #1 seed and they'll probably get it anyways.


So you would seriously rather have to play three playoff games on the road, than two at home?? Well you would be the only one on the planet, including every member of the Chiefs and Andy Reid. Come on ... Seriously???

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 08:18 PM
So you would seriously rather have to play three playoff games on the road, than two at home?? Well you would be the only one on the planet, including every member of the Chiefs and Andy Reid. Come on ... Seriously???

Yes, seriously. And I've made an irrefutable case as to why, already. As for the Chiefs and Andy Reid, I don't think they care one way or the other.
More post-season games means more money in the Chiefs pockets, anyways.

I'd rather see the Chiefs win on the road than lose at home when it comes to the post-season, and this year the Chiefs have performed better on the road than at home..........it's as simple as that.

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 08:43 PM
One more thing. The last 4 post-season games that the Chiefs have played have been at home and the results? That's right...they lost all four. Time for a change of scenery this time around & I really don't believe the Donks are going to lose either of their last 2 games.....especially against a pair of teams that have done nothing but shoot themselves in the foot all season long.

Although, I will point out that JJ Watt of Houston is still JJ Watt and who knows? He might just put the crushing blow on Manning and if the Donks lose Manning, they are done for certain.

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 08:59 PM
Yes, seriously. And I've made an irrefutable case as to why, already. As for the Chiefs and Andy Reid, I don't think they care one way or the other.
More post-season games means more money in the Chiefs pockets, anyways.

I'd rather see the Chiefs win on the road than lose at home when it comes to the post-season, and this year the Chiefs have performed better on the road than at home..........it's as simple as that.

An irrefutable case? So put up a poll. I guarantee you're the only one on the planet that would rather get the fifth seed over the first seed. Anyway, I usually respect your opinions and analysis of the games and the team's strengths and weaknesses, so I'll just shut up on this one. But seriously? :)

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 09:06 PM
An irrefutable case? So put up a poll. I guarantee you're the only one on the planet that would rather get the fifth seed over the first seed. Anyway, I usually respect your opinions and analysis of the games and the team's strengths and weaknesses, so I'll just shut up on this one. But seriously? :)

A poll doesn't mean squat. It IS irrefutable that the Chiefs have played better on the road than at home this season. The Chiefs have the best road record of any team in the NFL at this stage with only Seattle being comparable.

They are going to get the 5th seed unless something drastic happens. No big deal. I know a blessing in disguise when I see it.

And since when, in the history of the game, has a playoff victory on the road been less gratifying than one at home? I've never heard of it. In fact, if anything, it's more gratifying.

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 09:26 PM
I never said it was more "gratifying" to win the Superbowl as a first seed playing home games, just FAR MORE LIKELY than as a fifth seed. And that IS irrefutable. Apparently the only thing that does mean squat to you is your own opinion. But again, I will defer quietly to your credibility on this site, if you will allow me to (ie, hand shake, Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays, Go Chiefs! Etc).

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 09:53 PM
I never said it was more "gratifying" to win the Superbowl as a first seed playing home games, just FAR MORE LIKELY than as a fifth seed. And that IS irrefutable. Apparently the only thing that does mean squat to you is your own opinion. But again, I will defer quietly to your credibility on this site, if you will allow me to (ie, hand shake, Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays, Go Chiefs! Etc).

Sorry, but the last 3 seasons have indeed refuted it with all 3 SB Champs not having the #1 seed going into the postseason. That is NOT opinion, that is a fact.

The Chiefs have played better on the road this year than at home. Again, that is NOT an opinion, that is a fact. So therefore, it's not etched in stone in any way, shape, or form that those percentages that you are referring to apply to the 2013 Chiefs. Besides, those percentages are jacked by teams prior to 2010 that had been dominating at home. What about the Chiefs, though, in the 4 seasons that they dominated at home during the regular season in 1971, 1995, 1997, and 2003 and got top seed? That's right.........one and done. Have the Chiefs been dominating at home this year? No, not even close.
Point is, that having homefield advantage & #1 seed has never done them any good & they aren't likely to get it this year, anyways.

Again, the Chiefs last 4 post-season games have been at home and they lost all four. That is NOT an opinion, that is a fact.

The 1969 squad that won the SB did not play any post-season games at home and did not finish 1st in their division. That is a fact.

That statistical history that you pointed out doesn't mean squat where the Kansas City Chiefs are concerned & I've provided a whole of points as to why and they are not my opinion, those are the facts. The biggest one is that the Chiefs have played better on the road this year than at home. The Arrowhead advantage hasn't been there this year. I don't know why, but that is a fact, not my opinion.

NJChiefs
12-17-2013, 10:52 PM
Again, the Chiefs last 4 post-season games have been at home and they lost all four. That is NOT an opinion, that is a fact.

Actually, you're wrong. The Chiefs next to last playoff game was at the RCA dome in 2007, and we lost to the Colts 23-7. And since the merger in 1970, the Chiefs are 1-7 in away playoff games and 2-5 at home. And just answer me one question. Why do YOU think the Chiefs are playing "better" on the road than at home this year if not just a random abberation?

Justin5772002
12-17-2013, 11:17 PM
Sorry, but the last 3 seasons have indeed refuted it with all 3 SB Champs not having the #1 seed going into the postseason. That is NOT opinion, that is a fact.

The Chiefs have played better on the road this year than at home. Again, that is NOT an opinion, that is a fact. So therefore, it's not etched in stone in any way, shape, or form that those percentages that you are referring to apply to the 2013 Chiefs. Besides, those percentages are jacked by teams prior to 2010 that had been dominating at home. What about the Chiefs, though, in the 4 seasons that they dominated at home during the regular season in 1971, 1995, 1997, and 2003 and got top seed? That's right.........one and done. Have the Chiefs been dominating at home this year? No, not even close.
Point is, that having homefield advantage & #1 seed has never done them any good & they aren't likely to get it this year, anyways.

Again, the Chiefs last 4 post-season games have been at home and they lost all four. That is NOT an opinion, that is a fact.

The 1969 squad that won the SB did not play any post-season games at home and did not finish 1st in their division. That is a fact.

That statistical history that you pointed out doesn't mean squat where the Kansas City Chiefs are concerned & I've provided a whole of points as to why and they are not my opinion, those are the facts. The biggest one is that the Chiefs have played better on the road this year than at home. The Arrowhead advantage hasn't been there this year. I don't know why, but that is a fact, not my opinion.

dude seriously? Your saying our 3 loss season we are playing better away than at home? We have 2 home losses and 1 road loss. Denver beat us home and away. The bolts beat us at home. We have yet to play the bolts away. We very well could lose that second game on the road. Our defense needs a pass rush to be successful and every second counts. With our home crowd at least we can affect the snap count and get off the ball that much faster cause the oline of the opposition has to watch the ball as well

You feel like the donks don't have a real shot to lose one more game so that we can move into the number one seed. While your thinking that the rest of us are thinking what if we sit our starters and take a loss that we could have won easily and then Denver does lose to either one of their final 2 opponents. I'm sorry but I like our chances at home with a first round bye better than away all playoffs and having to play that extra game just to get to the superbowl

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 11:30 PM
Actually, you're wrong. The Chiefs next to last playoff game was at the RCA dome in 2007, and we lost to the Colts 23-7. And since the merger in 1970, the Chiefs are 1-7 in away playoff games and 2-5 at home. And just answer me one question. Why do YOU think the Chiefs are playing "better" on the road than at home this year if not just a random abberation?

My bad, I did forget the Indy game after 2006, which they did lose 23-8, not 23-7. But I'm still correct about them losing the last 4 post-season games they've played at home & therefore my point about homefield advantage being no factor where the Chiefs are concerned, still stands.

I don't "think" that the Chiefs have played better on the road. That is a misconception on your end. The FACTS are they have a better record on the road than they have at home and have won more games by more decisive margins than they have at home, except for the loss in Denver. Random abberation? Your aching Aunt Fannie !! I've watched all the games via NFL Game Rewind. Overall, they have played better football on the road than at home.

As for the 1-7 road record since 1970, who was the coach for 7 of those contests? That's right, Mr. PostSeasonLoser, Marty Scottenheimer. Joe Montana got him that only road win in Houston and it just so happens Montana never lost to Texas-based teams his entire career.

But lets look at more recent games played by the Chiefs in January since the turn of the decade. One road game at the end of the 2009 season, two home games at the end of 2010 ( regular season final, one playoff game ), and one road game at the end of the 2011 season. The result? Two victories on the road ( 2009 and 2011) and two blowout losses at home (2010). Are you going to tell me that the 2009 and 2011 squads were better than the 2010 squad?

Those 2 games that the did win at home in the post-season were not a result of them having the #1 seed and they barely won both of them.

Bottom line is, the Chiefs aren't likely getting the #1 seed.. Prepare for a 2nd meeting with Indy, this time in their park.

brdempsey69
12-17-2013, 11:42 PM
dude seriously? Your saying our 3 loss season we are playing better away than at home? We have 2 home losses and 1 road loss. Denver beat us home and away. The bolts beat us at home. We have yet to play the bolts away. We very well could lose that second game on the road. Our defense needs a pass rush to be successful and every second counts. With our home crowd at least we can affect the snap count and get off the ball that much faster cause the oline of the opposition has to watch the ball as well

You feel like the donks don't have a real shot to lose one more game so that we can move into the number one seed. While your thinking that the rest of us are thinking what if we sit our starters and take a loss that we could have won easily and then Denver does lose to either one of their final 2 opponents. I'm sorry but I like our chances at home with a first round bye better than away all playoffs and having to play that extra game just to get to the superbowl


Have you not watched the games? The home crowd had no effect on Manning as he threw 5 TD passes. In Denver he had only 1. And overall, the Chiefs have played better ball on the road than at home -- go watch the games and look at the scores.

I never said the Chiefs shouldn't try and win these last two games. I said they don't need to risk everything or show all their cards & as far as winning either of these last two games "easily", that's pure BS. Neither are going to be easy.

And I don't care if anybody else likes the Chiefs chances at home with a bye. I like their chances on the road better & that isn't going to change based on what I've seen and know to be true.

The realty is, the Chiefs aren't likely getting the #1 seed. Get over it, and prepare for a road trip in the post-season

NJChiefs
12-18-2013, 10:41 AM
Wow, you are certainly thorough and consistent in your arguments, though my head is spinning. Just please answer two questions specifically. 1) Will you be disappointed if Denver loses a game, and we wind up with the first seed? 2) Give me one legitimate explanation as to why a team would reproducibly do better on the road and why that should be sustainable in going forward.

ctchiefsfan
12-18-2013, 10:57 AM
Wow, you are certainly thorough and consistent in your arguments, though my head is spinning. Just please answer two questions specifically.

1) Will you be disappointed if Denver loses a game, and we wind up with the first seed?

At the risk of being rude since the question was directed to brdempsey....Obviously, I'm THRILLED we are going to the playoffs. But like brdempsey I want one more shot this year at those double-damned donkeys! I want us to whup their ashes on our way to the Super Bowl.


2) Give me one legitimate explanation as to why a team would reproducibly do better on the road and why that should be sustainable in going forward.

The idea does seem silly at first glance. But historically, home field "advantage" has not meant much of anything to the Chiefs during the playoffs in a long long time. Part of me says the First Seed would be a big benefit to us, but another part of me says it will be the kiss of death due to historical precedent. brdempsey is very good at keeping track of these things and I think sometimes puts a bit more faith in them than is warranted. I seem to remember a game earlier in the season where he was rather doom and gloom before the game because of historical precedent. As things turned out, we won anyway. That aside one of the oldest and truest sayings in the world is....."Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it."

My final word on the subject.....WE'RE IN THE PLAYOFFS!!!!! Whole new season from here!

brdempsey69
12-18-2013, 11:17 AM
^^Thank you, ctchiefsfan. That game was against the Giants that you are referring to. The Chiefs did beat them, but what I had been telling people was not to take them lightly and show them nothing but the utmost respect.

#1 seed is not as important, as just simply getting there to the post-season, which nobody thought they would. Also, I believe this squad would benefit greatly from getting some road-game postseason experience under its belt by playing that first post season game on the road -- because they most likely will be going back to the postseason in coming years.

brdempsey69
12-18-2013, 11:34 AM
Wow, you are certainly thorough and consistent in your arguments, though my head is spinning. Just please answer two questions specifically. 1) Will you be disappointed if Denver loses a game, and we wind up with the first seed? 2) Give me one legitimate explanation as to why a team would reproducibly do better on the road and why that should be sustainable in going forward.

1. No, if it happens, so be it. But I don't believe it will. They had their chance and blew both games to the Donkeys.

2. Go watch the games and look at the scores. The Chiefs have overall, performed better on the road this year than at home. Why that is, I don't know. But the Chiefs have not been dominant at home in 2013. Except for the loss in Denver, every opponent on the road has gone down by 9 or more points. That's not the case with the home games, as there has been a pair of one point victories, 2 losses, and they haven't won a home game since late Oct. against Cleveland, which was a close game, also. The Arrowhead advantage just isn't there for some reason this year & maybe it's because there are so many new faces on the Chiefs team.

ctchiefsfan
12-18-2013, 11:40 AM
Not at all brdempsey. I just wanted to explain to my good friend NJChiefs that I understand where you are coming from on this as much as it does seem odd at first glance. Naturally, I'd love to see us get the first seed, but at the same time I worry that it might be a net negative. Really, for me this question is one of those "To be or not to be" deals. And I'm just not really sure which side I fall on. So I'll just have to settle for being damned glad we are in the playoffs and equally happy that here we are going into week 16 and we still have a shot at being the first seed.....even if I'm not sure if the first seed would actually benefit us.

First seed or 5th.....our Chiefs still have to go out there and get that first playoff win and I think that is going to be our Chiefs toughest task yet this year. If we get that first playoff win I feel pretty confident we will make it to the Super Bowl.

Eydugstr
12-18-2013, 11:44 AM
Wow, you are certainly thorough and consistent in your arguments, though my head is spinning. Just please answer two questions specifically. 1) Will you be disappointed if Denver loses a game, and we wind up with the first seed? 2) Give me one legitimate explanation as to why a team would reproducibly do better on the road and why that should be sustainable in going forward.

Hold up a sec NJ...Brd did say in previous posts that he'd rather have the team keep winning, and it's his opinion (based from team history, and from what this current season has brought us) is that this team has performed better on the road (2 of our 3 losses were at Arrowhead). Sometimes teams lose focus if they're given a break, sometimes it's better to keep the nose against the grindstone and the back up against the wall.

The underlying message of what Brd is saying is that IF we don't get the top seed, a bye week or home field advantage...It's NOT the end of the world for the 2013 Chiefs. We're still a proven ROYAL PAIN IN THE A$$ to anyone that has the misfortune of having us over as the visiting team.

ctchiefsfan
12-18-2013, 11:48 AM
Nicely said Eydugstr! Home or away, NOBODY can take a game against our Chiefs for granted.

brdempsey69
12-18-2013, 12:18 PM
Hold up a sec NJ...Brd did say in previous posts that he'd rather have the team keep winning, and it's his opinion (based from team history, and from what this current season has brought us) is that this team has performed better on the road (2 of our 3 losses were at Arrowhead). Sometimes teams lose focus if they're given a break, sometimes it's better to keep the nose against the grindstone and the back up against the wall.

The underlying message of what Brd is saying is that IF we don't get the top seed, a bye week or home field advantage...It's NOT the end of the world for the 2013 Chiefs. We're still a proven ROYAL PAIN IN THE A$$ to anyone that has the misfortune of having us over as the visiting team.

Thank you for mentioning that. Let us NOT forget that the Chiefs suffered 3 consecutive losses after their bye week.

Chiefster
12-18-2013, 02:40 PM
As a Chiefs fan I want them to win every time they take the field; the games they play are the only thing they have any control of. All this talk about if the Donkey's lose and if we win out than we're in this position or that position is mere conjecture at this point. If losing out or just one of the last two games while resting or getting back key personnel propels us deep into the playoffs or further than it will have been well worth it. However, it is a slippery slope going into the playoffs with a losing streak my well work against us; losing as a habit is never a good thing, but going into the playoffs dinged up and not as close to 100% as we could be can most certainly work against us as well. Ideally we win out without regard to what anyone else does and stay healthy.

Eydugstr
12-18-2013, 06:11 PM
As a Chiefs fan I want them to win every time they take the field; the games they play are the only thing they have any control of. All this talk about if the Donkey's lose and if we win out than we're in this position or that position is mere conjecture at this point. If losing out or just one of the last two games while resting or getting back key personnel propels us deep into the playoffs or further than it will have been well worth it. However, it is a slippery slope going into the playoffs with a losing streak my well work against us; losing as a habit is never a good thing, but going into the playoffs dinged up and not as close to 100% as we could be can most certainly work against us as well. Ideally we win out without regard to what anyone else does and stay healthy.

Well said. If the Broncos lose - and that's a big "IF". I can't stand the Donks but at the same time not expecting any favors from the Texans or Raiders to help us out.

These two remaining games do have value for the Chiefs. Indy has beaten the best so far this season (Broncos, SF, Seattle), and SD has beaten us once. If we beat Indy & SD it'll at least give the talking head Donks loving media something to chew on before lavishing praise on the Broncos or Patriots. Just now they're finally beginning to paint the Chiefs in a somewhat favorable light.

NJChiefs
12-18-2013, 07:42 PM
Oh well. Logic be damned. My head is spinning like a top and about to pop off. Anyway, lets just say we can ALL agree on one thing. We all want our Chiefs to stomp every team we play, from the start of the playoffs thru Feb 2nd, whether it's three or four games ( though any logical person would see that its more likely if its only three :). We're gonna beat the hell outta you ... you, you ... You! You! You!!!

ctchiefsfan
12-19-2013, 12:17 AM
Oh well. Logic be damned. My head is spinning like a top and about to pop off. Anyway, lets just say we can ALL agree on one thing. We all want our Chiefs to stomp every team we play, from the start of the playoffs thru Feb 2nd, whether it's three or four games ( though any logical person would see that its more likely if its only three :). We're gonna beat the hell outta you ... you, you ... You! You! You!!!

DAMN F'ing right!!!!!! We ain't even started to open a can of whup-*** yet. Wait 'till they see us get SERIOUS!!!!!!

Eydugstr
12-19-2013, 09:03 AM
Oh well. Logic be damned. My head is spinning like a top and about to pop off. Anyway, lets just say we can ALL agree on one thing. We all want our Chiefs to stomp every team we play, from the start of the playoffs thru Feb 2nd, whether it's three or four games ( though any logical person would see that its more likely if its only three :). We're gonna beat the hell outta you ... you, you ... You! You! You!!!

Dam straight.

newfiechieffan
12-21-2013, 12:08 AM
hey brdempsey69. I've read your posts for a few years now (with upmost regard) , and the last few I have read have prompted me to sign up to chiefscrowd and respond. Firstly, dissing Marty the way you did, not cool. Secondly, and most importantly, any time you get even a chance to host a playoff game, you go for it.. The 12th man can never be discounted, especially in the playoffs. Abandon man to man, play zone(to give cooper help over the top) with Berry floating for a knock out punch, and we have all the ingredients for a historic playoff run. Let's roll 'em.