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How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

How many games will the Chiefs win PYMWYMI

"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

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They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win. These guys have to lose a game at some point. But just like us in 2011, there weren't a lot of believers even up until we played and beat the Giants in the Stick Nov. 13th
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Nov 5, 2013 at 12:43 PM ]
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Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

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They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win.

Elite run defense, dominant O-line? Those are some huge differences. They'll be exposed.
[ Edited by AmpLee on Nov 5, 2013 at 12:45 PM ]
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

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They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win.

Elite run defense, dominant O-line? They'll be exposed.

Yeah, their run defense is very shaky the last 2 weeks. Not sure you can call our O-line dominant in 2011. Remember we still had Rahcal, and Snyder at guard. If we were better on the O-line we weren't much better the first half of the year going into the second half.
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Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

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They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win.

Elite run defense, dominant O-line? They'll be exposed.

Yeah, their run defense is very shaky the last 2 weeks. Not sure you can call our O-line dominant in 2011. Remember we still had Rahcal, and Snyder at guard. If we were better on the O-line we weren't much better the first half of the year going into the second half.

Our pass blocking was shaky, but our run blocking was dominant. However, it wasn't as good as it is today. That being said it was head and shoulders above KCs.
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

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They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win.

Elite run defense, dominant O-line? They'll be exposed.

Yeah, their run defense is very shaky the last 2 weeks. Not sure you can call our O-line dominant in 2011. Remember we still had Rahcal, and Snyder at guard. If we were better on the O-line we weren't much better the first half of the year going into the second half.

Our pass blocking was shaky, but our run blocking was dominant. However, it wasn't as good as it is today. That being said it was head and shoulders above KCs.

Not so sure about that. Charles had 1500 yds last year and already at 725yds this year. He hadn't had the run numbers the last 2 games. But with those numbers for an offensive line, that's a good indication of how very good they are at run blocking.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

LINK

They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win.

Elite run defense, dominant O-line? They'll be exposed.

Yeah, their run defense is very shaky the last 2 weeks. Not sure you can call our O-line dominant in 2011. Remember we still had Rahcal, and Snyder at guard. If we were better on the O-line we weren't much better the first half of the year going into the second half.

Our pass blocking was shaky, but our run blocking was dominant. However, it wasn't as good as it is today. That being said it was head and shoulders above KCs.

Not so sure about that. Charles had 1500 yds last year and already at 725yds this year. He hadn't had the run numbers the last 2 games. But with those numbers for an offensive line, that's a good indication of how very good they are at run blocking.

Last year, Charles was averaging 4.8 yards per carry. This year, he's averaging 4.2.
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regardless of everything being said about possibilities, the Chiefs are still a contender.
Originally posted by Joecool:
Last year, Charles was averaging 4.8 yards per carry. This year, he's averaging 4.2.

That's still good right....
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Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by AmpLee:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
"I think trust is huge," Colquitt said. "I think it has to do with family. The offense is picking the defense up, the defense is picking the offense up and the special teams unit is contributing. It seems like one way or another, we are finding ways to win games. We're all in this together and it sure is fun to be a part of it right now."

LINK

They sound a lot like us in 2011. Offense, defense, special team, all in one game or another end up contributing to a win.

Elite run defense, dominant O-line? They'll be exposed.

Yeah, their run defense is very shaky the last 2 weeks. Not sure you can call our O-line dominant in 2011. Remember we still had Rahcal, and Snyder at guard. If we were better on the O-line we weren't much better the first half of the year going into the second half.

Our pass blocking was shaky, but our run blocking was dominant. However, it wasn't as good as it is today. That being said it was head and shoulders above KCs.

Not so sure about that. Charles had 1500 yds last year and already at 725yds this year. He hadn't had the run numbers the last 2 games. But with those numbers for an offensive line, that's a good indication of how very good they are at run blocking.

I guess our oline wasn't as good in 2011 as I remembered although we had the 8th best rushing attack. I still think we had way more talent on the line, but it's probably more similar than different. That being said, we never let anyone gash us on the ground like the Chiefs had which is not a good sign for the Chiefs moving forward.
Originally posted by AmpLee:
I guess our oline wasn't as good in 2011 as I remembered although we had the 8th best rushing attack. I still think we had way more talent on the line, but it's probably more similar than different. That being said, we never let anyone gash us on the ground like the Chiefs had which is not a good sign for the Chiefs moving forward.

Our run blocking offensive line was dominant. They had 1,680yds in between Gore and Hunter in 2011. But the Chiefs run blocking offensive line is very good also with Charles.

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regardless of everything being said about possibilities, the Chiefs are still a contender.

You are not reading carefully. They SUCK BALLS.
Originally posted by AmpLee:
I guess our oline wasn't as good in 2011 as I remembered although we had the 8th best rushing attack. I still think we had way more talent on the line, but it's probably more similar than different. That being said, we never let anyone gash us on the ground like the Chiefs had which is not a good sign for the Chiefs moving forward.

I remember the OL run game for SF then to be better than what KC has going right now... mainly due to very creative run concepts and formations applied. Jamaal Charles gets his when it counts and here and there... but he is stuffed frequently.. as shown by being ranked 23rd in all RB success rates... and the open formations called don't help.

The pass pro was pretty bad for both teams... and both pass pro OLs are appropriately ranked in the 20's. Slight difference is, SF's problem was poor play from the RG, C, and RT.... and KC's is mainly LG and RT... and a couple horrendous games from their C.
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Originally posted by AmpLee:
I guess our oline wasn't as good in 2011 as I remembered although we had the 8th best rushing attack. I still think we had way more talent on the line, but it's probably more similar than different. That being said, we never let anyone gash us on the ground like the Chiefs had which is not a good sign for the Chiefs moving forward.

I remember the OL run game for SF then to be better than what KC has going right now... mainly due to very creative run concepts and formations applied. Jamaal Charles gets his when it counts and here and there... but he is stuffed frequently.. as shown by being ranked 23rd in all RB success rates... and the open formations called don't help.

The pass pro was pretty bad for both teams... and both pass pro OLs are appropriately ranked in the 20's. Slight difference is, SF's problem was poor play from the RG, C, and RT.... and KC's is mainly LG and RT... and a couple horrendous games from their C.

This could be true as Norv's offense with us in 2006 pulled out Gore's best rushing year in his career but he didn't use complicated formations more than he did misdirection and the timing of those runs. It also could have to do with the fact that Gore is just a better consistent runner whereas Charles is more of a big gainer with a lot of little gains.

As for sacks, I wouldn't entirely fault the OL.

Alex in 8 games as a starter last year: 24 sacks.
Kap in 8 games as a starter last year: 14 sacks

Difference in 10 sacks is huge.
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Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by boast:
regardless of everything being said about possibilities, the Chiefs are still a contender.

You are not reading carefully. They SUCK BALLS.

That's not what I'm saying. I think they are overrated and will be exposed when they play a quality opponent. I think they are on the next tier of teams following the elite teams. I believe them to be in the same group as the Bengals, Lions, Panthers and Bears. That's quite an accomplishment following a 2 win season. No one is saying they suck balls (at least most people aren't that are calling them overrated). C'mon man. That being said, any of the aforementioned teams could get hot at the right time and win it all. Maybe the Chiefs do belong in the grouping of elite teams, I just don't see it. But we'll find out soon enough. I'll happily admit to being wrong.
Originally posted by Joecool:
This could be true as Norv's offense with us in 2006 pulled out Gore's best rushing year in his career but he didn't use complicated formations more than he did misdirection and the timing of those runs. It also could have to do with the fact that Gore is just a better consistent runner whereas Charles is more of a big gainer with a lot of little gains.

As for sacks, I wouldn't entirely fault the OL.

Alex in 8 games as a starter last year: 24 sacks.
Kap in 8 games as a starter last year: 14 sacks

Difference in 10 sacks is huge.

Kaep was sacked 16 times last year. But in any case, they are talking about 2011 pass protection, a team that had 2nd year starters at RT and LG as well as useless players at RG and backup G. When they weren't getting sacked, there were a lot of throwaways and hurried throws. In 2012, they improved at 3 of 5 line spots and didn't lose anything at the other spots.