View Full Version : Running all over Indy.....

01-01-2007, 10:54 AM
Is not going to be as easy as everyone thinks. That defense is gonna come out fired up and will run 8 man fronts all day long. In order to get that easy 5.3 yards/carry Trent's gonna have to throw the ball down the field.....which means Black's gonna have to block Freeney and Welbourn's gonna have to block Robert Mathis. You can help one but not both.

And even if piling up 200 yards on the ground between the 20's is easy you still have to get the ball in the end zone. Something I don't expect the opponent to struggle with.

It's hard to put 35 points on the board playing strictly smash mouth football and that's probably what it's gonna take.

01-01-2007, 10:59 AM
good luck with the Jets
they have only beaten 1 team with a winning record all year
and that same team twice in thier house will be hard

how do you like them apples

01-01-2007, 11:04 AM
We put up 35 on Jags. yesterday (two D TDs).

Jags put up 44 on Indy on Dec 10th. (in JV)
Colts only beat Miami 27-22 yesterday.

I like our chance. Green will have to air it out too.

01-01-2007, 11:39 AM

running on the colts is very easy.

even ron dayne went off on them.

piece of cake.

Straight, No Chaser
01-01-2007, 11:51 AM
It's gonna take creative play calling and not running off guard every play... at least Green's timing on the screens was good yesterday --get LJ the ball-- but do it in ways the Colts don't expect it. Would like to see LJ catch the ball with enough room to get up a head of steam vs. Colts secondary.


01-01-2007, 11:54 AM
I think this is a game where the Chiefs really miss Jason Dunn.

He's an excellent run blocker, but as importantly, he's a good blocker in general, and could have been an asset if one of the OTs were having trouble with the colt speed rushers.

I think The Chiefs will absolutely go into the Herm/martyball cocoon....pound the ball, eat up the clock to try to keep the Colts off the field.

The D HAS to hit Manning.

Hopefully, Herm will have the balls and brains to take advantage of yesterday's flea flicker(I've been screaming for that all season). The Chiefs HAVE to take some shots downfield to take advantage of them focusing on Johnson....work the PA pass hard, and stick in a flea flicker.