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2 hours ago, KentuckyBillsFan said:

Thanks for the incredibly unique, thoughtful insight

Make fun of it all you want if it makes you feel better. But KC has 3 rings and all we have is awesome fans like you that know everything.

 

stuff that in your championshipless pipe and smoke it.

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47 minutes ago, Chuck Wagon said:

Kansas City and specifically Patrick Mahomes has a mental edge over the Bills. He has it on Lamar Jackson too.

 

The Bengals seem to not be affected due to their brashness. 

 

That's one thing that really worries me about the current Bills...have they accepted that losing to the Chiefs are an inevitability now?  Seems like they "we just can't get it done" narrrative is going to stick to them.


Compare that to the Bengals.  They are brash and fear no one.  They don't have the same talent as the Bills and Chiefs but they love punching teams in the mouth and laughing at them.  And they don't give a rat's arse about "respecting what the other team has done".

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1 hour ago, Buffalo03 said:

It's not my heart lol. 2 or 3 plays being different is what makes us better than the Chiefs apparently but because we didn't get those 2 or 3 plays, it means they are clearly better. That's literally the mindset of people here


The margin between most NFL teams are very slim that 2-3 plays are all it takes. It’s not like college ball with Alabama vs Wyoming. Those 2-3 plays over the Bills, Ravens, SF have propelled KC to another championship.
 

If it makes you feel better to think that the Bills are the better team because they hung tough with KC and could’ve won all those playoff matches go for it. But the bottom line will still be 3 rings to 0 superbowl appearances. Saying Bills are better until you’re blue in the face won’t change that reality.

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57 minutes ago, pigpen65 said:

Chiefs play mistake free in big games. The Bills don't. 

 

False.  The Chiefs make mistakes, it's just that teams don't make them pay for them AND they're resilient enough to overcome them.

 

Case in point, right at the start of the second half, Mahomes throws a terrible pick on their side of the 50. The Chiefs D stands stout while the Niners do nothing and then just punt the ball back.  Another 3 and out gives the Niners great field position, and they do nothing again.  Next possession, the Chiefs score and they keep scoring.

 

 

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37 minutes ago, 26TrapDraw said:

Make fun of it all you want if it makes you feel better. But KC has 3 rings and all we have is awesome fans like you that know everything.

 

stuff that in your championshipless pipe and smoke it.


weren’t you just questioning JA’s heart?  And you are talking down to others?  

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26 minutes ago, pigpen65 said:

Chiefs play mistake free in big games. The Bills don't. 

This wasn’t really mistake free football for the Chiefs, they had a pair of turnovers last night. In the last 3 seasons, the Bills have had 6 playoff games and had a total of 4 turnovers in the playoffs. 3 of those were in a Dolphin’s game that I would hardly call a “big game”. The Chiefs had more turnovers in that one game than the Bills have had in their last 3 playoff losses combined. The bigger difference is the Chiefs defense doesn’t just get ran through in the playoffs against a good offense. Our Dline disappears and we don’t get any semblance of pressure, and the secondary already struggles to cover elite weapons such as Kelce, Hill, or Chase.  In the Bills’ last two losses to the Chiefs in the playoffs,  the Chiefs averaged 7.6 and 7.7 yards per play. The Bengals loss was a more reasonable 5.8, but that is still not a number that indicates the defense is doing its job. 
 

Sure, we could say that we lost because of Bass’ mistake, but that seems pretty silly considering the Chiefs still has nearly 2 minutes left and we’re averaging 7.7 Yards per play. The Bills couldn’t even get the Chiefs to third down when they knew they were running, little to no chance we stop the Chiefs from getting a field goal. You could also blame the offense for barely not getting that touchdown, whether it be Diggs dropping the pass, Allen not taking the safer option, or The oline for allowing the pressure, but if you’re calling that much a mistake, the Chiefs clearly made plenty last night (2 turnovers and a few sacks). Difference is, they have a defense that doesn’t just fold, and made up for the turnovers by forcing 3 and outs. They don’t allow 13 seconds to happen.  In this Postseason, of any of the Chief’s opponents, the Bills scored the most and allowed the most points to the Chiefs. 
 

You say the Bills make mistakes in big games, and the Chiefs don’t but I disagree. Both teams make mistakes for sure, but the bigger difference between the two is that the Bills’ defense disappears in big games, the Chiefs’ doesn’t. 

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1 hour ago, pigpen65 said:

Chiefs play mistake free in big games. The Bills don't. 

You mean like Mecole Hardman fumbling the ball through the endzone on a play that should have put the Chiefs up two scores?   

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2 hours ago, Ethan in Cleveland said:

QB probably a push because I love Allen as my QB but even there Mahomes is probably bette

I agree with this. Mahomes is a better QB than Josh. Both can scramble and buy time. Both have cannons for arms.

 

But Mahomes is a more accurate passer even when he throws off balance.  He also seems to have a better view of the field. If there's an open man Mahomes will find him. Josh occasionally fails to see open receivers.

 

Some of this may be due to the fact that Mahomes had the benefit of top coaches at Texas Tech and KC while Josh's coaching at Wyoming was not at that level.

 

I write this as a Josh homer. I like him and am glad he's out QB.

 

Thoughts?

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1 minute ago, Old Coot said:

I agree with this. Mahomes is a better QB than Josh. Both can scramble and buy time. Both have cannons for arms.

 

But Mahomes is a more accurate passer even when he throws off balance.  He also seems to have a better view of the field. If there's an open man Mahomes will find him. Josh occasionally fails to see open receivers.

 

Some of this may be due to the fact that Mahomes had the benefit of top coaches at Texas Tech and KC while Josh's coaching at Wyoming was not at that level.

 

I write this as a Josh homer. I like him and am glad he's out QB.

 

Thoughts?


Mahomes has Kelce.  Allen doesn't have an All-Time great target to rely on in big moments.  That's the biggest difference. 

 

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2 hours ago, Buffalo03 said:

13 seconds we shouldn't have lost. We were the better team that lost on a coaching blunder. This year, for the 3rd year in a row, we went into their house and beat them. If a couple plays go differently in the playoff game, we win. Plain and simple

On at least one of the plays during 13 seconds tehre was a lack of execution. The Bills' DB on the side where Kelce made his catch (Darby, I think) admitted in an interview that he failed to communicate with the LB on his side and that enabled Kelce to get open.  What passes for bad coaching / playcalling on this forum sometimes is faulty execution.

 

This year we were ruined by injuries. Even if we beat KC at home, the ravens would have chewed us up.

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2 minutes ago, Warriorspikes51 said:

Mahomes has Kelce.  Allen doesn't have an All-Time great target to rely on in big moments.  That's the biggest difference. 

That's a good point. Kelce is a beast to cover. He has that technique where he uses the covering player's technique against him: He takes a step or two in the direction of the D's technique getting the D to turn his hips and then does a quick 180 degree turn to get open. He's very quick for a man of his size. Against the 9ers he reminded me of Beasley running his whip route.

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