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View Poll Results: You get a mulligan. Which one would you take a do-over on? (See rules below.)
1966, Super Bowl I – Packers 35, Chiefs 10. What would a win have done to the AFL? (Packers win it all.) 2 1.63%
1968 – Raiders 41, Chiefs 6. 12-2 Chiefs lose 1st-round playoff game to 12-2 Raiders in the year of the Jets. (Jets win it all.) 0 0%
1971 – Dolphins 27, Chiefs 24. 10-3-1 Chiefs get bad Christmas curse from 10-3-1 Dolphins in 1st-round playoff game (Cowboys win it all) 7 5.69%
1986 – Jets 35, Chiefs 15 in a wild-card playoff game. The 10-6 Chiefs’ long-overdue return to the playoffs was tarnished. (Redskins win it all.) 0 0%
1990 – Dolphins 17, Chiefs 16 in a first-round playoff loss for the 11-5 team featuring a hotshot coach named Marty and a couple of young stars on defense. (Giants win it all.) 2 1.63%
1991 – Bills 37, Chiefs 14, 2nd round of playoffs. The 10-6 Chiefs snuck past the Marinovich-era Raiders in the first round, but ran into a team of losing destiny. (Redskins win it all.) 1 0.81%
1992 – Chargers 17, Chiefs 0, 1st round. Young star Dale Carter couldn’t throw it and catch it, too, for this 10-6 team. (Cowboys win it all.) 0 0%
1993 – Bills 30, Chiefs 13, AFC Championship. Joltin’ Joe pushed us past Houston and Pittsburgh, but Buffalo took us down in the AFC Championship game. (Cowboys win it all.) 13 10.57%
1994 – Dolphins 27, Chiefs 17, 1st round. The 9-7 Chiefs couldn’t move past Marino and some other guys. (49ers win it all.) 1 0.81%
1995 – Colts 10, Chiefs 7, 1st round. 13-3, with the best record in the NFL. We were unstoppable…almost. (Cowboys win it all.) 31 25.20%
1996 – Bills 20, Chiefs 9, Week 17. All we had to do was beat the Bills to get into the playoffs. We didn’t, and went home at 9-7. (Packers win it all.) 0 0%
1997 – Broncos 14, Chiefs 10, 1st round. We were 13-3, with the best record in the NFL, and it slipped out of our hands as if covered in Pam. (Broncos win cap-tainted trophy.) 47 38.21%
1999 – Raiders 41, Chiefs 38, Week 17. In a wild game, a 9-7 Chiefs team misses the playoffs by losing the famous Jon Baker game. (God and Kurt Warner win it all.) 0 0%
2002 – Raiders 24, Chiefs 0, Week 17. An 8-8 KC team saw their playoff hopes die in the mud in the last week of the season. (Buccaneers win it all.) 0 0%
2003 – Colts 38, Chiefs 31, 1st round. Chiefs go 13-3, and can’t force a punt. (Brady wins it all, and some other guys, too.) 12 9.76%
Other, even though there are no others. 0 0%
I'm going to kill myself now. 7 5.69%
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Old 03-09-2006, 08:58 PM  
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If we could play one game over... [Warning NSFCF]

Don't look at this poll if you're a sensitive Chiefs fan. It's brutal.

Keeping in mind the time, the opponent, your own feelings, and the eventual playoff and Super Bowl winner that year, which game would you most like to play over? There's no guarantee of a win, or of other wins later, but rather it's one more chance to play the game.

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Old 03-09-2006, 09:06 PM   #2
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Colts playoff loss, the first one... We had a championship team that year I believe, similar to the Steelers this yr. Dominant D and dominant running game. plus we had played dallas(the eventual SB winner) tough at their house on thanksgiving.
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:06 PM   #3
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I don't need to wait for a poll. I'll take Joe Montana in Buffalo for the AFC Championship.
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:08 PM   #4
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Colts playoff loss, the first one... We had a championship team that year I believe, similar to the Steelers this yr. Dominant D and dominant running game. plus we had played dallas(the eventual SB winner) tough at their house on thanksgiving.
With Steve Bono? No, either the 93 or 97 teams had better chances in my opinion.
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:14 PM   #5
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With Steve Bono? No, either the 93 or 97 teams had better chances in my opinion.
while Bono WAS horrible, he was just ok enough to win with THAT team.

On a side note, I have to put in a 2nd place vote for the Miami Christmas day game for my old man. I wasn't born yet, but if he knew how to work a computer he'd be on here voting for that one(he was there).
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Old 03-09-2006, 09:19 PM   #6
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I have to go with the '93 game. If we had another chance, Montana could've worked his magic, and then we'd be only one game from the Lombardi.

We had good teams in '95 and '97, but they still would've had a couple more games even if they won the rematch.

'71 is intriguing, because there weren't a lot of powerhouse teams that year. If the Chiefs had made it past the Dolphins, they could've gone all the way, and then they would've been the second team after Lombardi's Packers to get two SB wins. A few more Chiefs would be in the Hall of Fame as a result.
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I don't need to wait for a poll. I'll take Joe Montana in Buffalo for the AFC Championship.
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"A few more Chiefs would be in the Hall of Fame as a result."

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I think the '71 and '97 teams were closest to the top of the NFL. I think had they won those playoff games they'd have as good as chance as anyone of winning it all. I eneded up voting for the '97 game becaues of the added bonus of seeing Denver not get theirs.
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A year that's not being mentioned yet is 1990. Marty and a then-popular Carl had a two-headed monster in Word and Okoye. Stephone Paige had over 1,000 yards. Steve DeBerg was running the play-action, even with a bad pinkie. Alt and a couple of new kids named Szott and Grunhard were running the left side of the line. Nick Lowery was kicking the daylights out of the ball. On defense, Cherry, Lewis, Ross, and Burruss were at their peaks, and all-pro Bill Maas was joined at the line by a young star named Neil Smith.

And on top of it all, some kid from Alabama rang up 20 sacks.

That team may not have been a bunch of superstars, but they brought game. And the Super Bowl that year was won by a Giants team that was strong, but not dominant.
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2005, the Dallas game. Keep the game as it was, except without DJ's rookie penalty on 4th down at the Dallas 1. We win that one, and we had the tie-breaker over Pittsburgh. Of the ones listed, though, the '95 playoff game against the Colts. Two words that will forever live in infamy: the kicker that shall go unnamed.
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Don't look at this poll if you're a sensitive Chiefs fan. It's brutal.

Keeping in mind the time, the opponent, your own feelings, and the eventual playoff and Super Bowl winner that year, which game would you most like to play over? There's no guarantee of a win, or of other wins later, but rather it's one more chance to play the game.

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All listed were painful losses. The 97' playoff game against the broncs was proly the worst for me...I thought the Chiefs could dominate ANY team in the NFL that year. To see the game slip away to ghost penalty calls, TG being shoved out of bounds when he caught a pass in the endzone, and blatant cheating by the ref's to allow super jOHN to get his ring just killed me. 5-yard penalty for delay of game to wipe off the vaseline on the o-line???? That's no different than corked bats. The donk o-line should have been ejected...Call it sourgrapes on my part, but that loss still hurts.
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