Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by JoeyBoy718, Jan 4, 2014.
Jason, is that you?
I agree it is a unfair advantage to defenses. the league is making almost to where you cannot play defense anymore.
Yup, and people will call Luck clutch despite his 3 interceptions, including two that came during the comeback. Perfect example of why all the clutch/choke stuff is ridiculous.
I agree but he also really had no run option with Charles out and then Davis out. Murray was at least available to Garrett but I get the point. Reid is another awful game manager.
I find it hilarious when "Cowboy" fans take more shots at their own QB then divisional rivals, but hey, that's our fans! Smh.
True smith showed his limitations in the last part of the game but still that loss is absolutely due to two things: the KC defense falling apart and Andy Reid abandoning the run. His last RB was not bad but he did not even try
Just like in the Packers game. when your D is spitting the bit, keep it on the bench as much as possible. Seems to be common sense to everyone except two NFL HC's.
Nope, but Luck is the better QB.
I see some can't even enjoy an entertaining first game of the NFL Playoffs without taking shots at our Quarterback. Get a life. Switch your allegiance to a new team.
Perhaps if they weren't down to their 3rd string runningback they would have. If the Chiefs had Charles the game would've been over with a long time ago.
Instead of hyping up Luck, how about Hilton? That guy had three steps on every corner/safety he faced today.
Chief fans be like...
Exciting game. KC was really the only defensive AFC team. The NFC is a mix of 3 great defensive teams with read-option QBs and 3 great offensive teams with star QBs.
Its not ridiculous. Its just an over used cliche....
Yeah, especially after Flowers and the other CB went out. I saw a couple of the most blatant pick plays I've ever seen, too.
Beast. Luck to Hilton might break many of the Peyton to Marvin records. Or Peyton to Wayne. I'm not sure which one Peyton has more records with. They're probably close.
It's a process ...
I didn't say that injuries had no effect; I said that you can't explain the collapse by the injuries. That was a total meltdown which many had a hand in, including Reid and Smith...
This has to feel like our playoff loss in Seattle ( the bobble) if you are a chiefs fan
I thought all you had to do in the second half with a big lead like that was keep running the ball regardless.
isn't it amazing when an organization has an idea of what they're doing, starting quarterback goes down for the season with neck surgery, instead of picking up his option, and in salary cap hell, they let him go, trade some of their aging pieces,cut aging players, stink for a year....draft well, and are now in the playoffs two years in a row with ten plus wins, yet the cowboys continue to spin their wheels year after year after year into mediocrity.......