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    Right off the bat let me identify the teams I hate. The Donks, Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, and any team from New York.

    With that out of my chest, I have to make an observation about the NY Jets Atlanta Falcons Monday Night game. Everyone in our Football pool had picked the Falcons to beat the Jets. Everyone except one that is. This ONE dude is new to Football and really does not know what he's talking about.

    So how did the hated Jets beat the Falcons? It's because they played in the Twilight Zone!

    What's the first clue about this, you ask? try this:

    Each starting quarterback bore the opposing head coach's last name!!!!!.... (Twilight Zone music...)

    Discuss....

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    Falcons Defense has gone down the drain this season & they can't defend against anyone.

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    Further evidence... every good team is bad and every bad team is good (except Denver and Jax)

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaschief View Post
    Further evidence... every good team is bad and every bad team is good (except Denver and Jax)
    Saints Defense is another good example. Worst in the NFL last year. They hire Rob Ryan and they are pretty good this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdempsey69 View Post
    Saints Defense is another good example. Worst in the NFL last year. They hire Rob Ryan and they are pretty good this year.
    ... and then the Titans hire the Saints former DC... and are REALLY GOOD (weird!!) lol

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    What are the odds one might ask???



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    I'm having a "Homer Moment".........

    The NFL knew we had some GREAT players on defense....or anyway the Probowl seemed to suggest that. Yet we got blown out a lot of times last year.

    We went from one "game manager" to another....or so say many.

    What is the big difference? It's not Eric Fisher. Nor JC or DB. None of them have been mind-blowing stars this year.

    Look at who is making the key plays. Somebody different almost every week. Many of them pickups from the waiver wire or draft picks that many had called "busts".

    So what is the big difference from last year?

    ANDY REID and the coaching staff he got to come here. He is getting WAY MORE out of the players we have than any Chiefs coach in a LOOOOONG time. What is perhaps most encouraging is that the area that Reid is supposed to be a specialist in--OFFENSE--is where we seem to be weakest. Imagine if Reid makes our offense as good as many of his teams have been.....Who could beat that team?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctchiefsfan View Post
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    So what is the big difference from last year?

    ANDY REID and the coaching staff he got to come here. ...
    They have made a huge difference but don't underestimate the importance of Alex Smith. He has the best won-lost record of anyone in the NFL except Peyton Manning since the start of the 2011 season. I know he doesn't put up big numbers or make eye-popping plays, but he takes what the defense gives him and nobody is better in a clock control/ball control offense.
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    I don't think anything that's what wrong is nearly Smiths Falls we have no offense of line I think the coaches are free to call certain place I think he would absolutely do better with a different office of coordinator

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    It was not my intention to denigrate anybody's contribution. Certainly not Alex Smith's. But if I were forced to identify the most important single factor in our turnaround this year, I would have to say that it was coaching and GM....or front office if you will. Reid has gotten far more out of the players we have than any coach in recent memory could have. Reid is getting that proverbial 110% from almost every player we have. Or anyway, that is the way I see it. With Reid, almost all our players seem to have turned into overachievers.

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    So, is it only me who found Smiths and Ryans cross-opposing each other interesting?

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