Now, I'm nervous!
wow I think this thing was a biased waste of time. So the whole prediction of this game is based on Eric Fisher defending the Giant only real pass rush threat who has .5 sacks this year. While the entire decimated offensive line for the Giants will have no problems containing our league leading SACKING/QB pressuring defense. So far this year 44% of the time when Eli goes back for a pass he is pressured into throwing the ball. Most of the Sacks the Giants have given up this year has been attributed to the RT failing to do his job, which ironically is the position lining up to block the league sack leader Justin Houston with 7.5 sacks.
The whole misdirection game plan was considering the tackles could contain the outside, which has been the Giants biggest problem and that is the Cheifs biggest strength with Tamba and Houston. Given this is in Arrowhead, so the Defense will be more engergized from the fans and the Giants offense will be basically going off the movement of the ball.
While the Giants may win, the gameplan was very biased in my opinion with little research actually done on the Chiefs.
I also fully expect Fisher to get a lot of help either with a TE or FB/HB chipping the End as they dump off in the flat.
49'er fans want Smith back
By Ed Baylor: With the San Francisco 49ersí second straight lopsided loss last Sunday, 49ers fans are overwhelming saying they want quarterback Alex Smith back and Colin Kaepernick gone. The Niners traded Smith to the Kansas City Chiefs during the off season for a 2nd round in the 2013 NFL draft, and a conditional pick in the 2014 pick.
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I laughed hysterically when I read that post. I don't know if the writer's auto-correct had gone haywire, or if he was using speech-to-text software, but the end result struck me as really funny. The poster is a long-time respected member of Chiefs Crowd, and I don't want to embarrass him, or make fun of him. I just like the quote. :smile
With the extra time they had this week compared to the short week last week I think Reid will have the "O" line playing much better.
I'm extremely interested to see how the Giants (and every team the rest of season) plan to block the Chiefs up front. The Giants have done horribly against much lesser defensive fronts. This could be a very fun Sunday.