Discussion in 'Football' started by HFBCommenter, Oct 25, 2018.
Some really good match ups this week. Really looking forward to it.
Denver vs. KC
Cleveland vs. Pittsburgh
Baltimore vs. Carolina
Rodgers vs. L.A.R.
Minnesota vs. New Orleans
Agreed and i would add Tampa Bay vs. Cincy and Detroit vs. Seattle as well as games i am very interested in watching.
The Thursday night & Monday Night games aren't as Yummy.
KC is going to murder Denver imo
Can't believe the Texans are likely going to be 5-3 after looking incredibly inept on SNF vs DAL.
No. All the Broncos/Chiefs games aren't very high scoring.
They played each other in Week 4 and the Chiefs won 27-23.
Yeah, I hear that, but I think KC defense has gotten better and Case Keenum is not good at football. I also don't think using any games not involving Mahomes really matters, KC's offense wasn't blowing teams out very often with Alex Smith. It's a different animal now.
I think it'll be a blowout, but I can see why you wouldn't.
I think the Chiefs got their run game going the last few weeks with Hunt & the Broncos with Lindsay so i expect a slower pace from both teams.
The Denver defense is a run funnel defense so i expect KC to win by 7-10 pts with Hunt and Kelce doing most of the work in the offense. Broncos will run the ball as much as possible to keep the Chiefs offense off the field. I don't expect the Chiefs to score 35+ on the Broncos.
Fair enough, it will be interesting to see! My only comment on that would be that if KC gets up, say 2 touchdowns early, it will be hard for Denver to stay committed to the run. I'm sure the Bengals didn't want to give up the run either.
If I'm KC though I'm always taking the ball first and playing up tempo. Your offense is your strength, get ahead and force teams to try to play catch up.
Denver D was good against the Chiefs last game, though they have a massive home field advantage.
Im banking on it.
Flew in from AZ for the Dolphins game. Stinks about all the injuries but what can you do.
First time Miami plays at Houston in primetime since 1978.
Highly unlikely this will be as good as the MIA at HOU game 40 years ago:
Monday Night Football - MNF's Greatest Games: Miami-Houston 1978
Robertson: A Dolphins visit in prime time stirs special memories
I fully expect the Chiefs to score 35 because they don't need a ton of possessions to do it and Denver's defense isn't scary anymore.
Another week where the Bay Area teams will be bad. Maybe the 49ers have a chance against Arizona. I thought they did a few weeks ago and that didn't go well.
All i am getting from this conversation is that i should be hammering Broncos +10 and the under with all my vcash.
I know people hate Joe Buck but gotta commend him on this week preparation. World Series and Houston for football. He's like Pierre McGuire this week.
I remember one day he did a Niners game in Candlestick and took the trolley to AT&T for the Giants WS game.
It pisses me off that they'll make the playoffs over one of the Steelers/Bengals/Chargers/Ravens
I remember that too. That was a one day thing. This week it's almost like Fox has given the keys to the network to him. He's a busy busy guy.
These refs forgot to read the rules I guess. Not a good look for them.
Maybe Buck is also feeling the stress of this week. He seems more obnoxiously chipper tonight.
Watt is a monster.
290 lb dudes aren't supposed to bend like that.
Go for it.
Da hell was that play call?
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