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Ten Things About Today's Game

Ten Things About Today's Game

10. In the timeless words of the Late Great Bill Grigsby, it was a be-au-ti-ful day for football, and a wonderful day to push the streak to 8-0. I took a bunch of pictures today, and I'll attach a link, and you can check them out if you like. Includes pics of some pre-game stuff, cheerleaders, George Brett pounding a drum and some good field shots. Hope you like them. I dumped them into Photobucket, you can see them here:
http://s1360.photobucket.com/user/Ge...ish/slideshow/

9. The formula worked again. Stingy points on defense, just enough on offense, no critical turnovers, and forced a big turnover in the fourth quarter on special teams. Alex Smith had an OK day. He was running for his life a lot. Cleveland had six sacks today. I'd have to check, but I'm pretty sure that's the most we've given up to an opponent this year. Smith's line was 24 of 36 for 225, two TD's and no picks. He has been very spotty with his accuracy. On one throw to McGrath, he was spot on. The next pass he overthrows Fasano by five yards. HIs TD to McCluster was a thing of beauty, right on the money. And McCluster made a nice catch, considering he catches this ball with a bad wrist. Here's a video of the play:
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8. Eight guys caught passes, so we continue to spread the ball to anyone and everyone. Bowe only had one catch for seven yards, and that is very troubling. Don't know if its because Smith doesn't have time to let routes develop, or Bowe isn't getting separation, or a little of both. McCluster was the workhorse on pass receiving, with 7 for 67 yards and the TD. Sherman got his first TD of his career on a beautifully devised screen pass. The screen was a very good play for KC, as Cleveland's rush was all out, all day long. Charles had over 100 in multipurpose yards, 74 rushing, averaged just over four per carry, and 5 catches for 46, that's a bit over nine per catch. He dinged up a knee, but looked good to me in the fourth quarter. He is a tough dude.


7. Eric Fisher had another bad game. He was bad on run blocking and on pass blocking, and got beat by several different Browns players. In the first quarter, watch Fisher on his run blocking as Knile Davis gets destroyed:
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On pass protection, Fisher isn't much better. He was beaten on several plays. Here his guy blows right past him and forces Smith to get rid of the ball early on a 3rd and 4:
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The rest of the line didn't fare much better today either. We were out-sacked six to one today.

6. Sean Smith had a very bad day. He was burned at least three times on passes, including the flea flicker for Cleveland's first TD. He did not play this well at all, and he got no safety help at all over the top from Lewis:
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We had no picks for the first time (I think) this season. Defense was great against the run today. Cleveland has negative one yard rushing in the first half, and ended the game with just 57 total yards on the ground; and 17 of that was from Campbell running for his life.

5. The player of the game was Derrick Johnson. This guy doesn't get nearly enough credit. He led the team with 12 tackles, and he seems to set the tone for the entire defense. Check out this hit in the fourth quarter, when Cleveland is trying to mount a drive to tie the game:
View My Video Nobody scored after the nine minute mark in the third quarter. So again, the defense shuts the door when it counts.

4. Justin Houston was quiet until his fourth quarter sack. That was his only tackle of the day. Joe Thomas was very effective on Hali today as he only had two tackles and no sacks. He did draw an important holding penalty against Thomas in the fourth quarter to stall a drive. Cleveland's offensive line did a very good job in pass protection. They didn't run block worth spit, but then again, they have no real credible running backs.

3. I think Colquitt's plant knee is still bothering him. He hasn't been completely right since he got dinged up in the Giants game. The punt muff by Bess was on a very short and wobbly Colquitt kick. If they field that punt clean, they're in business around the KC 40 yard line. Succop was 3 for 4 today. His effective range tops out at about 46 yards. Anything beyond that is a 50-50 proposition. Overall though, he's had a good year.

2. I can't express my man love for Andy Reid enough. He is undefeated against Cleveland lifetime -he's five and zero. The coaching staff never got rattled, and our time outs were used wisely, and near the end of the game were used to re-set defenses against Cleveland. The pass defense was shaky, but I think Smith just had one of those days as a corner, and it reflected on the final passing stats. Cleveland's tight end Cameron is a very good young player, and gave us some trouble. He averaged over 20 yards per catch today. Look for other teams to exploit our tight end coverage in weeks to come, especially San Diego and Denver.

1. I caught Shannon the Mouth, Cowher and Boomer talking about KC after the game. I HATE Shannon Sharpe with the intensity of a thousand white hot suns. I really dislike Dan Fouts who was on the broadcast today too. He's always been anti-KC because Art Still used to throw him on his head here. But Sharpe is bad mouthing us already, poo-pooing our undefeated start. I truly hope we stick it up Denver's ass at Arrowhead and shut him up. Now it's on to Buffalo,who got whacked by New Orleans today. Buffalo totally embarrassed us there last year in the "Fetal Cassel" game. As for that cheap shotting douche bag Stevie Johnson, I hope Eric Berry knocks the day living crap out of him. How great would 9-0 be? It would be be-au-ti-ful!

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Old 10-27-2013, 07:15 PM   #2
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Nice read as always.

Sean Smith did have a worse than usual day by his standards, but Kendrick Lewis just flat hung him out to dry on that flea flicker. I'd really, really like to see Quintin Demps get the starting nod over Lewis.
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:16 PM   #4
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Good posts as always, George. I really like and appreciate the new format with the linked photos as it will make the loading process a lot smoother! A quick note: Colquitt's plant knee got crunched on the "running into the punter."
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:17 PM   #5
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Nice read as always.

Sean Smith did have a worse than usual day by his standards, but Kendrick Lewis just flat hung him out to dry on that flea flicker. I'd really, really like to see Quintin Demps get the starting nod over Lewis.
It was brutal to watch kendrick Lewis blow that assignment. Man, I was not a happy camper in that moment.
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:18 PM   #7
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:19 PM   #8
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It was brutal to watch kendrick Lewis blow that assignment. Man, I was not a happy camper in that moment.
That pass from smith to Dexter had to cause this place to meltdown. Two most hated guya in franchise history make a beautiful play.

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That pass from smith to Dexter had to cause this place to meltdown. Two most hated guya in franchise history make a beautiful play.

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Personally I was just shocked to see a TD pass from Smith over 25 yards. Need moar of that.
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When I hard about George Brett banging on a drum to fire up the crowd I was thinking of Crazy George That used to run around the stadium banging a drum and firing up the crowd. I think it was 78 or 79, I was gone from KC in 80 so I don't remember whatever happened to him.
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Ten Things About Today's Game

10. In the timeless words of the Late Great Bill Grigsby, it was a be-au-ti-ful day for football, and a wonderful day to push the streak to 8-0. I took a bunch of pictures today, and I'll attach a link, and you can check them out if you like. Includes pics of some pre-game stuff, cheerleaders, George Brett pounding a drum and some good field shots. Hope you like them. I dumped them into Photobucket, you can see them here:
http://s1360.photobucket.com/user/Ge...ish/slideshow/

9. The formula worked again. Stingy points on defense, just enough on offense, no critical turnovers, and forced a big turnover in the fourth quarter on special teams. Alex Smith had an OK day. He was running for his life a lot. Cleveland had six sacks today. I'd have to check, but I'm pretty sure that's the most we've given up to an opponent this year. Smith's line was 24 of 36 for 225, two TD's and no picks. He has been very spotty with his accuracy. On one throw to McGrath, he was spot on. The next pass he overthrows Fasano by five yards. HIs TD to McCluster was a thing of beauty, right on the money. And McCluster made a nice catch, considering he catches this ball with a bad wrist. Here's a video of the play:
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8. Eight guys caught passes, so we continue to spread the ball to anyone and everyone. Bowe only had one catch for seven yards, and that is very troubling. Don't know if its because Smith doesn't have time to let routes develop, or Bowe isn't getting separation, or a little of both. McCluster was the workhorse on pass receiving, with 7 for 67 yards and the TD. Sherman got his first TD of his career on a beautifully devised screen pass. The screen was a very good play for KC, as Cleveland's rush was all out, all day long. Charles had over 100 in multipurpose yards, 74 rushing, averaged just over four per carry, and 5 catches for 46, that's a bit over nine per catch. He dinged up a knee, but looked good to me in the fourth quarter. He is a tough dude.


7. Eric Fisher had another bad game. He was bad on run blocking and on pass blocking, and got beat by several different Browns players. In the first quarter, watch Fisher on his run blocking as Knile Davis gets destroyed:
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On pass protection, Fisher isn't much better. He was beaten on several plays. Here his guy blows right past him and forces Smith to get rid of the ball early on a 3rd and 4:
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The rest of the line didn't fare much better today either. We were out-sacked six to one today.

6. Sean Smith had a very bad day. He was burned at least three times on passes, including the flea flicker for Cleveland's first TD. He did not play this well at all, and he got no safety help at all over the top from Lewis:
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We had no picks for the first time (I think) this season. Defense was great against the run today. Cleveland has negative one yard rushing in the first half, and ended the game with just 57 total yards on the ground; and 17 of that was from Campbell running for his life.

5. The player of the game was Derrick Johnson. This guy doesn't get nearly enough credit. He led the team with 12 tackles, and he seems to set the tone for the entire defense. Check out this hit in the fourth quarter, when Cleveland is trying to mount a drive to tie the game:
View My Video Nobody scored after the nine minute mark in the third quarter. So again, the defense shuts the door when it counts.

4. Justin Houston was quiet until his fourth quarter sack. That was his only tackle of the day. Joe Thomas was very effective on Hali today as he only had two tackles and no sacks. He did draw an important holding penalty against Thomas in the fourth quarter to stall a drive. Cleveland's offensive line did a very good job in pass protection. They didn't run block worth spit, but then again, they have no real credible running backs.

3. I think Colquitt's plant knee is still bothering him. He hasn't been completely right since he got dinged up in the Giants game. The punt muff by Bess was on a very short and wobbly Colquitt kick. If they field that punt clean, they're in business around the KC 40 yard line. Succop was 3 for 4 today. His effective range tops out at about 46 yards. Anything beyond that is a 50-50 proposition. Overall though, he's had a good year.

2. I can't express my man love for Any Reid enough. He is undefeated against Cleveland lifetime -he's five and zero. The coaching staff never got rattled, and our time outs were used wisely, and near the end of the game were used to re-set defenses against Cleveland. The pass defense was shaky, but I think Smith just had one of those days as a corner, and it reflected on the final passing stats. Cleveland's tight end Cameron is a very good young player, and gave us some trouble. He averaged over 20 yards per catch today. Look for other teams to exploit our tight end coverage in weeks to come, especially San Diego and Denver.

1. I caught Shannon the Mouth, Cowher and Boomer talking about KC after the game. I HATE Shannon Sharpe with the intensity of a thousand white hot suns. I really dislike Dan Fouts who was on the broadcast today too. He's always been anti-KC because Art Still used to throw him on his head here. But Sharpe is bad mouthing us already, poo-pooing our undefeated start. I truly hope we stick it up Denver's ass at Arrowhead and shut him up. Now it's on to Buffalo,who got whacked by New Orleans today. Buffalo totally embarrassed us there last year in the "Fetal Cassel" game. As for that cheap shotting douche bag Stevie Johnson, I hope Eric Berry knocks the day living crap out of him. How great would 9-0 be? It would be be-au-ti-ful!
Good post. Interesting take on the broadcast crew. ESPN pre-game was very nice about the Chiefs. They talked Denver - KC and said the Broncos' problem with their Tackles and pass defense were going to be major liabilities against Denver.
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When I hard about George Brett banging on a drum to fire up the crowd I was thinking of Crazy George That used to run around the stadium banging a drum and firing up the crowd. I think it was 78 or 79, I was gone from KC in 80 so I don't remember whatever happened to him.

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