View Full Version : Strength of remaining non-division opponents....
10-22-2000, 11:32 PM
Hey - what the heck happened? I thought KC had so tough a schedule that Denver and Oakland would have an advantage. But check this out, here's the remaining non-division games against teams with a winning record:
Oakland - Jets, Pittsburgh, and Saints.
Denver - Jets and Saints.
Chiefs - nobody with a winning record.
It looks like the Raiders have to beat either KC or Denver to maintain its advantage. We lose to both and it looks like the advantage goes to KC. Yikes.
10-22-2000, 11:42 PM
Duck - The Pats will be a tough game for us, they play everyone close and could have won all of their games if not for a play here or there. The key to this division is who wins the next Raiders Chiefs game, luckily we don't have to wait to long. 54 points against your D sounds fun.
A man can hope.
10-22-2000, 11:49 PM
54 points? No way, you hound dog! The Raider D has only given up 3 points in the last 6 quarters of play. If that trend continues, you guys will only score 2 points the entire game. Hows THAT for fuzzy math!?
10-23-2000, 12:00 AM
Your Defense has dished out more concussions than it has given up points in the last 6 quarters... http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/eek.gif
10-23-2000, 12:01 AM
We play Buffalo and New England, and those two teams can play with anyone despite their records. I still think Carolina will be a tough game too despite their record. And Seattle just seems to be a team that is built for some reason to give us trouble. 3 straight on the road is tough. This team cannot fall back into a shell. And for some reason, I still see Jimmy Raye as reluctant to give into the pass instead of trying to go back to pounding the ball. We must do well on the road. We've got a team that can beat anyone, but it all comes down to can we maintain focus.
As far as the Raiders, I don't see the Saints and Steelers as big time threats. Good defenses, but I don't think they are particularly dangerous. We made it real tough on ourselves losing last week.
Denver, I think Shanny is proving his coaching skills are not as good without Elway. He did try to compare Griese with Montana the other day. Nice try Mike, but Joe didn't lose to the Bengals...
10-23-2000, 12:01 AM
UD - I was just day dreaming, or in this case just plain dreaming. I just hope we don't hold back anything like we did today, it was great. We have to have Grbac healthy, cause i think this game can really take a team into the postseason. We will have to see, but it is about momentium.
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