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4 hours ago, SlimShady'sSpaceForce said:

How the heck does Kim Jones keep her job.  
 

besides constantly stumbling over words she just said (read the prompter?) that Josh had 4 interceptions last weekend 

Kim Jones is very good at her job. She comes across as genuine and intelligent as opposed to so many of the sports personalities that are shoved down our throats now. In a profession that includes the likes of Steve Smith, Michael Vick, Terry Bradshaw, Rachel Bonnetta, etc., I think her delivery and  knowledge is more than acceptable. 

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On 1/21/2022 at 11:29 AM, mahkc said:

Same can be said for this board.  You guys are not lacking in confidence either.  Should be a good one.

 

Hey mankc!  Welcome to the board.  🙂

 

It should be a great game.  I wish it was the AFC Championship game.  There are definitely some posters here who think the Bills will win, but there is nothing here like this thread on the Chiefs Planet website.  https://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=341995  There is some really ugly stuff in that thread.  I had registered on the Chiefs Planet website this week to post some messages there about the game.  After reading that thread I reconsidered.  

 

Let's hope it's a great game that comes down to the wire, no injuries. and no officiating nonsense.   May the best team win.

 

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In order for the Bills to win, the way I see it:

 

1) Offensive protection has to hold up enough time for Allen to get the ball out.

2) The Wideouts will be pressed very physically and they have to quickly disengage and get some separation.  AFC championship game they were unable to  do so

3) Daboll has to call a bunch short routes, slants and outs to counter the blitz

4) Allen will need to make quick passes Singletary and settle for the 1st down 5-8 yarders

5) Josh will need to run the ball 10+ times and escape the blitz and punish them (see Bucs game)

6) McKenzie should be used for the edge runs 

7) Singletary will need to rush for 70+ yards

8 ) Employ a similar defensive strategy of the two high safety with a few wrinkles.  Make them earn every yard and not allow many chunk yardage plays.  This is when KC is at their best offensively.

9) The front 4 has to rush Mahomes with controlled chaos, don’t let him roll out often and try to keep him in the pocket.

10). Front four should work extra hard in getting batted passes, specially against their short to mid passes, which is what I believe KC will be throwing more often than not.

11). Last but not least, Josh has to ball out.   He balls out and the Bills very likely win.

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Again I think the majority of the Chiefs think that as a overall team the Bills are better.

 

Most Chiefs fans would rather face any other team than the Bills. 

 

The Key at the end of the day is how Allen plays, I think most fans would agree or at least somewhat agree he has a really low floor but a crazy high ceiling for game to game. 

 

Mahomes bad games are usually not awful and when he has a down game its typically against a good defense.  

 

My prediction is if Allen is on, 42-31 Bills

 

If Allen is so/so I think its a coinflip

 

If Allen is off I think 31-21 Chiefs

 

You guys have a really good team this year and hope for a great game! 

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14 minutes ago, synthesis2 said:

Again I think the majority of the Chiefs think that as a overall team the Bills are better.

 

Most Chiefs fans would rather face any other team than the Bills. 

 

The Key at the end of the day is how Allen plays, I think most fans would agree or at least somewhat agree he has a really low floor but a crazy high ceiling for game to game. 

 

Mahomes bad games are usually not awful and when he has a down game its typically against a good defense.  

 

My prediction is if Allen is on, 42-31 Bills

 

If Allen is so/so I think its a coinflip

 

If Allen is off I think 31-21 Chiefs

 

You guys have a really good team this year and hope for a great game! 

 

 

I really expect both Mahomes and Allen to be on their game tomorrow night.  I think it might come down to which defense is able to make a play.

 

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18 minutes ago, Magox said:

In order for the Bills to win, the way I see it:

 

1) Offensive protection has to hold up enough time for Allen to get the ball out.

2) The Wideouts will be pressed very physically and they have to quickly disengage and get some separation.  AFC championship game they were unable to  do so

3) Daboll has to call a bunch short routes, slants and outs to counter the blitz

4) Allen will need to make quick passes Singletary and settle for the 1st down 5-8 yarders

5) Josh will need to run the ball 10+ times and escape the blitz and punish them (see Bucs game)

6) McKenzie should be used for the edge runs 

7) Singletary will need to rush for 70+ yards

8 ) Employ a similar defensive strategy of the two high safety with a few wrinkles.  Make them earn every yard and not allow many chunk yardage plays.  This is when KC is at their best offensively.

9) The front 4 has to rush Mahomes with controlled chaos, don’t let him roll out often and try to keep him in the pocket.

10). Front four should work extra hard in getting batted passes, specially against their short to mid passes, which is what I believe KC will be throwing more often than not.

11). Last but not least, Josh has to ball out.   He balls out and the Bills very likely win.

If 6&7 are met with some success, we win

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27 minutes ago, synthesis2 said:

Again I think the majority of the Chiefs think that as a overall team the Bills are better.

 

Most Chiefs fans would rather face any other team than the Bills. 

 

The Key at the end of the day is how Allen plays, I think most fans would agree or at least somewhat agree he has a really low floor but a crazy high ceiling for game to game. 

 

Mahomes bad games are usually not awful and when he has a down game its typically against a good defense.  

 

My prediction is if Allen is on, 42-31 Bills

 

If Allen is so/so I think its a coinflip

 

If Allen is off I think 31-21 Chiefs

 

You guys have a really good team this year and hope for a great game! 

I don’t think Josh has an extremely low floor.  If he’s having a poor game throwing the ball, he can just turn into Earl Campbell and dominate on the ground.  If one thing isn’t working, he has a plan B.  And his plan B is better than many QBs plan A.  

 

11-26- 120 yards 0 TDs 3 ints.  That would be a pretty low floor…...if he didn’t run 15-81- 2 TDs.  
 

we didn’t always use Josh in this way and tbh, we don’t really have to very often in the regular season.  There have been games where he was off and we didn’t call his number on the ground.  That’s not on Josh.  That’s on the coaching staff.  Those low floor games he’s had could’ve been different if Daboll had a different mind set that day.

 

josh’s lowest qbr (not my favorite stat, but a qb stat that actually includes rushing) this year was 15.8.  Not surprisingly, that was the patriot game played in the eye of a tornado.

 

mahomes’ lowest qbr was 7.6, vs the titans. 75 degrees- 5-13 mph winds.  
 

Mahomes has definitely been the more consistent qb, maybe ever, but when you’re talking about having a “really low floor” Josh Allen isn’t a name you should utter.  He can dominate a game even if he’s having a terrible day throwing the ball.


The best dual threat qb ever.  Eeevvvvver.  And it’s not really even close.  He has the ability to be a top 5 passer ever and a top 5 rushing qb ever.  Not crazy to say he could be #1 in both categories when his career is over.  No qb ever has had that opportunity 

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Regarding tomorrow, imo:


coaching = the key.  Other than coaching 

 

Keeping Mahomes in the pocket is the key to our success on D.  Containment and discipline along the DL is paramount.  A couple breakdowns in that regard could cost us the game.  

 

Our OL is the key to our success on O.  Period.  They succeed, we succeed.  

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Mooch and Kurt Warner were just comparing Mahomes and Allen. 

 

Mooch says of Josh, "he doesn't throw side armed or no look passes but..." as they show a highlight of Josh throwing a side armed no look TD. 

 

Do they even watch games?

 

 

 

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22 minutes ago, NewEra said:

I don’t think Josh has an extremely low floor.  If he’s having a poor game throwing the ball, he can just turn into Earl Campbell and dominate on the ground.  If one thing isn’t working, he has a plan B.  And his plan B is better than many QBs plan A.  

 

11-26- 120 yards 0 TDs 3 ints.  That would be a pretty low floor…...if he didn’t run 15-81- 2 TDs.  
 

we didn’t always use Josh in this way and tbh, we don’t really have to very often in the regular season.  There have been games where he was off and we didn’t call his number on the ground.  That’s not on Josh.  That’s on the coaching staff.  Those low floor games he’s had could’ve been different if Daboll had a different mind set that day.

 

josh’s lowest qbr (not my favorite stat, but a qb stat that actually includes rushing) this year was 15.8.  Not surprisingly, that was the patriot game played in the eye of a tornado.

 

mahomes’ lowest qbr was 7.6, vs the titans. 75 degrees- 5-13 mph winds.  
 

Mahomes has definitely been the more consistent qb, maybe ever, but when you’re talking about having a “really low floor” Josh Allen isn’t a name you should utter.  He can dominate a game even if he’s having a terrible day throwing the ball.


The best dual threat qb ever.  Eeevvvvver.  And it’s not really even close.  He has the ability to be a top 5 passer ever and a top 5 rushing qb ever.  Not crazy to say he could be #1 in both categories when his career is over.  No qb ever has had that opportunity 

The whole ‘up and down’ thing has been put to bed for everyone except casual NFL fans. It’s garbage.

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2 hours ago, Miyagi-Do Karate said:


Both teams’ defenses think they are a lot better than they are.  Neither can handle the other’s offense. This is going to be a shoot-out of epic proportions. 

 

Probably but I see the "shootout" hype many times end up being like a 20-13 game or just one team blows out the other.

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1 hour ago, Magox said:

In order for the Bills to win, the way I see it:

 

1) Offensive protection has to hold up enough time for Allen to get the ball out.

2) The Wideouts will be pressed very physically and they have to quickly disengage and get some separation.  AFC championship game they were unable to  do so

3) Daboll has to call a bunch short routes, slants and outs to counter the blitz

4) Allen will need to make quick passes Singletary and settle for the 1st down 5-8 yarders

5) Josh will need to run the ball 10+ times and escape the blitz and punish them (see Bucs game)

6) McKenzie should be used for the edge runs 

7) Singletary will need to rush for 70+ yards

8 ) Employ a similar defensive strategy of the two high safety with a few wrinkles.  Make them earn every yard and not allow many chunk yardage plays.  This is when KC is at their best offensively.

9) The front 4 has to rush Mahomes with controlled chaos, don’t let him roll out often and try to keep him in the pocket.

10). Front four should work extra hard in getting batted passes, specially against their short to mid passes, which is what I believe KC will be throwing more often than not.

11). Last but not least, Josh has to ball out.   He balls out and the Bills very likely win.

3,4,5,9,10

If we do this we win

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18 minutes ago, Motorin' said:

Mooch and Kurt Warner were just comparing Mahomes and Allen. 

 

Mooch says of Josh, "he doesn't throw side armed or no look passes but..." as they show a highlight of Josh throwing a side armed no look TD. 

 

Do they even watch games?

 

 

 


apparently not.  
 

I’m perty sure I’ve seen a sidearm near every game this past month 

 

 

(pretty is misspelled on porpoise)

 

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