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Ten Things About Last Night's Game

Ten Things About Last Nights Game

10. This morning I come to you from "The Cube Farm" which is my Dilbert-like office hutch. Don't tell anyone, OK? Thursday night games are awkward. They're not quite Monday Night Football. They're only seen by people outside of the home and visiting teams on the NFL Network - and not everybody has the NFL Network. So even though it's a "national" game, its not really "national" if that makes sense. Here in KC, it was like watching a Royals game, only it was the Chiefs, and no Ned Yost. For those of you in KC: Did you keep worrying that the thunderstorms would knock out your power or your cable and we'd end up listening to Lenny and Mitch on an old school transistor radio? Luckily the power stayed on. I like to listen to Lenny and Mitch while watching the game, although the link up between the audio and video still isn't right. The radio audio runs about 3 seconds behind the TV play. With that combination, it gives you a psychic sense, because you see the pick six before Mitch says "Berry with the Pick Six!" And, of course, I did drink every time Lenny said "penetration," so I am a little foggier than usual this morning.

9. In the morning commute, I was listening to the usual sport talk blather. One of the things that chaps me is the number of numbskulled nattering neybobs of negativity. In a thirty minute drive to work, I heard people in earnest say "Alex Smith is Cassel." And "We should have won by 35 points." And "Where was Bowe?" And "We can't block for Charles." And "Our offensive line sucks." Blah blah blah blah blah….
I'll get to some of that in a minute. People…..HELLO, THIS TEAM IS 3-0. They've already won more games than all of last year. They have not lost a road game. I swear to God, there's a pocket of Chiefs fans that will never be happy no matter what. They're the kind of people who would win power ball, and bitch that the winning ticket gave them a paper cut.

8. Alex Smith is not Peyton Manning. He's not Brady, or Rapistburger, or Brees. But you know what? People were saying going in that "Alex Smith is not as good as Michael Vick." Yes. True. He was also better and the same. Smith out passed Vick 248 to 171. He was worse: Vick threw for one TD, Smith for none. He was the same. Both QB's sacked five times. But where Smith was best, and what tipped the balance, was turnovers: Vick 5, Smith 0. The Chiefs are +9 in the turnover ratio, they finished last in the NFL last year in the negative mid 20's. Being +9 is due to Smith's smarts as a QB, and due to our defense being opportunists. Now, the thing about turnovers is, they tend to even out over the course of a year. So that is a cause for concern. At some point Smith is going to throw picks. Charles and Davis will fumble. A receiver will get separated from the ball after a catch. It's going to happen. But last night, the Chiefs were turnover free on offense, opportunistic on defense, and that has been a winning combination in September.

7. Charles showed me a lot last night. It seems like in the first three quarters, he has struggled to find any running room. Our top two tight ends being out have hurt on stretch plays. Charles can get to the corner, barely, and that's it. There's been little between the tackles early on. Charles isn't the kind of guy you want to pound between the tackles anyway. In the fourth quarter, much like against Dallas, Charles was the difference in sustaining clock killing drives. And where Charles is having trouble finding running room from the backfield, his pass receptions are making up for that. He had 80 yards in pass receiving and 92 yards rushing. That helps offset McCoy's 158 yards rushing. BTW: did you notice McCoy didn't have a single yard in pass receiving? Charles stuck a couple guys in pass protection-blitz pickup too. He played a well rounded game, and didn't put the ball on the ground. Well done. Knile Davis got a couple carries in the second half to give Charles a blow. He had both arms wrapped around the football. I think somebody is finally getting through to him about ball security.

6. Smith spread the ball around to seven receivers, which is the same as the Dallas game. When Fasano comes back, that will be a blessing. Our #3 tight end "Prison Shower McGrath" and our #4 tight end "Here For A Limited Time Only Brock" had real problems in run blocking and pass protection -when held in as extra protection for Smith. McGrath has pretty good hands. He'll catch the ball when you throw it to him, but has no elusiveness.He also has a hard time sustaining a block on the edge. Brock is a speed bump and will be back on the street soon. Donnie Avery had a great game with seven catches and 141 yards. That's over 20 yards per catch. And I'll bet you of that 141 yards, 120 of them were yards after the catch. Smith is not throwing the ball 20 yards down field. He's throwing the ball four yards down field, and the receiver does the rest. Bowe had one catch all night for short yards, but did a great job blocking down field, both for Avery on his cross field jaunts, and for Charles on his catches in the flat. Bowe is growing up. I think he gets it now. He's becoming a team player and not just "Bowe Show." That's big, and that's what a team leader should do and be.

5. People were grousing that the Chiefs should have been up by much more after the first quarter. The Eagles came out of the gate and shat themselves. Muffed kick. Pick Six. Fumbles. But you know what? One of the reasons they shat themselves was because of our defense. Poe had no tackles last night. Zero. But he batted down a pass and collapsed the front of the pocket consistently all night long. Tyson Jackson was getting held again this week. Seems like he's going to have to develop a reputation for pass rush before the ref's will give him a break. Luckily, Hali and Houston were all over the field again last night. If anyone had any question as to whether Houston deserved his All Pro status at the end of last year, consider his night: 3.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, a pass tipped and three successfully defended passes in the flat -among his seven total tackles. That's a Derrick Thomas style game changing performance.

4. Secondary had a good night overall. Obviously the pick six was great, which put Vick in an early hole. But Smith's pick was big too. Flowers gutted it out, playing when he should have sat out. Robinson and "I Keel You" Abdullah filled in reasonably well. Abdullah got beat on the TD pass to Avant, but Vick threw a perfect pass, and ate the full fury of a DJ blitz when he unloaded- just give the Eagles credit on that play. And our secondary smothered the Eagles' Jackson. He was a non-factor. The 41 yard TD run by McCoy was a bit worrisome. That was a simple dive play. Poe got sealed off by the center, DJ got picked off by a guard, and McCoy ran a straight line 41 yards down the field, basically untouched. This defense will give up huge chunks on occasion. You can live with that when forcing five turnovers. But when the turnovers dry up, that could be a big problem down the road.

3. Bad night for Chiefs tackles. Brandon Albert had a hold and two illegal formation penalties for cheating back off the line on passing downs. Fisher got beat for sacks twice, once badly on an inside swim move, and he had two holding penalties. Allen hurt his wrist, then his groin, and went out of the game in the second half. Personally I think Schwartz is a fine guard, and is equal to, if not better than Allen. When the Chiefs needed to grind the ball in the fourth quarter to eat clock and make first downs, it was Schwartz on the line, not Allen.

2. Dustin Colquitt is special. Just give him his ticket to Hawaii now and get it over with. Dexter McMidget should be kept off the punt team. Put Demps back there. McMidget has been a non-factor this year and could have turned the game for Philly in the fourth quarter by muffing a kick. He's also been dropping passes on the opportunities thrown to him on offense. He needs to step up his game. Be good or be gone. And props to Suckie for hitting on four FGs on his birthday. The last one was a biggie, because that made it a two score game with four minutes left.

1. Last but not least, congratulations to Andy Reid. You know he wanted to win this one, although publicly he was very cool about. And he was right, with a short week, there wasn't a lot of time to waste thinking about that kind of stuff. Everyone would love an opportunity to stick it to a former boss and company that gave you a pink slip. And the post game off the field "interview" with Sal Paolantonio was comedy gold. Sal is an east coast sportswriter, and skewered Andy during his last two years in Philly. Sal got Andy's version of "Kiss my big fat lemony fresh ASS, Sal…." on national TV. That had to be sweeeeet for Big Red. So, our boys are 3-0. It's been a September to remember. Hopefully we can keep the September mojo going for one more Sunday against the G-Men. I can't help but think Andy's 14-years of experience vs. the NFC East has been a tremendous help. Let's hope he can develop some of that same expertise shooting down AFC West teams. My final piece of advice is, enjoy the ride. Stop worrying about Alex Smith and line blocking and third down efficiency and such, and think about this: Six out of the last seven times the Chiefs started 3-0, they made the playoffs. I like our chances.

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Old 09-20-2013, 10:39 AM   #31
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Would you rather be 0-3 and end the suspense now?

Hey, nobody expects a 2012 two win team to be 2013 Super Bowl Champs. All teams have problems. Denver is one hit on Peyton away from being mediocre. Baltimore is having problems, Pittsburgh is having problems. It's more wide open this year than its been for a long time. Only one team can be champs every year, y'know....
Like I said, ..or at least knowing they can make noise in the next year or two with who they have now... and like I said, I'll still enjoy the ride for what it's worth, I just think it's kind of silly to watch the same movie every couple of years and act like you've never seen it each time you watch it. And it's not necessarily all about being the champs, it's about having a legitimate shot... and the overwhelming evidence suggests you need elite QB play to do that.

Comparing anything to last year is a joke, because last year was completely unacceptable... it's like it has always been around here when the Chiefs are at least mediocre.... cheers for being competitive and having a chance to make the playoffs, when at least the former should be a pretty basic expectation when you're spending time and possibly a lot of money to watch them play.

But, I'll stop... last night's game was fun. It's the first time in ~3 years that I actually looked forward to them playing a favored team, and to leave with a victory is pretty cool. The defense is legit, and if the offense can develop into one that can at least take advantage of the gifts, they'll be fun to watch, too.
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:40 AM   #32
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This is absolutely right for me. I want to be happy. I have no reason to want to bitch about something I love and that is to win games but I want to win in the playoffs and have hope that we can win a Super Bowl. Alex Smith does not give me that feeling of hope right now. I want to see better play out of him and see more out of our offense to score touchdowns that we can enjoy to celebrate more of to give our defense something to defend.

I'm happy we are 3-0 but am holding reserve on too much excitement until playoffs~ p p playoffs? Just happy to get a win. Jim Mora
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:41 AM   #33
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Great analysis, as always! I'm glad I'm not alone in noticing some similarities (however slight they might be right now) in the way Houston played last night to Derrick Thomas. His last sack on Vick (strip attempt with ankle grab) was classic! Houston is a keeper, for sure!
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:45 AM   #34
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Great analysis, as always! I'm glad I'm not alone in noticing some similarities (however slight they might be right now) in the way Houston played last night to Derrick Thomas. His last sack on Vick (strip attempt with ankle grab) was classic! Houston is a keeper, for sure!
Its unreal how well Houston has played. If he was a one dimensional pass rusher it would be one thing, but for him to be able to get after the quarterback as well as he does and still be able to defend the run and drop into coverage is pretty incredible. Absolute steal of a draft pick.
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:52 AM   #35
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I think our offensive line would benefit from committing to pounding the rock more early in the game. The last two weeks, when they had to run it, they did and got in a bit of a groove late in the game.

If we committed more to running earlier, they could get in that run blocking groove earlier and keep us from stalling drives so much. It might also open up the more space around the linebackers giving more room for checkdowns for Alex.
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So all of you guys that can't enjoy this until the playoffs get here... and then we have to win in the playoffs too... probably are not enjoying the Royals season either, are you?
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Old 09-20-2013, 11:02 AM   #37
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He looked like he took out all the aggravation from whiffing on that block last week on the dude he lowered the boom on this week.
He lit some DB up last night in pass protection.

He also trucked the shit out of another DB. It wasn't quite the hit he laid on Claiborne but it was nasty nonetheless.
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Maybe I'm misremembering, but it sure seemed like the line settled down when Schwartz came in -- Fisher included.
That's possible. I interpreted the 4th quarter ability of the line to actually block people to the Eagles D wearing down. Smith actually had a little time and Charles actually had a few openings in the 4th quarter. For whatever reason, the O-line in the 4th Q was far better than the rest of the game.
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Looking at the remaining schedule the only teams I'm nerveous about are the Broncos and the Texans...and maybe the Colts. Everyone else I think we can handle. The Chargers can score a lot of points but Rivers also collapses under pressure much like Vick. Just remember anything can happen in the playoffs. The AFC is up in the air. The Patriots are not the team of years past. If we stay healthy there's no reason to think we cant make it to the Superbowl. All the planets aligned for the Giants just two years ago. I for one, believe believe it can happen for us as well. We are gonna lose a few games between here and there but I do believe in this team, the coaching staff and the QB.
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Old 09-20-2013, 11:07 AM   #40
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I keep seeing references to Smith's state line comparing TD:INT.

It is indeed great that the Chiefs have such a +turnover rate. My concern is that it's somewhat of an fluke because Alex Smith has hit at least 3-4 defenders with passes that should have been intercepted. He has been very fortunate in his errors.
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Looking at the remaining schedule the only teams I'm nerveous about are the Broncos and the Texans...and maybe the Colts. Everyone else I think we can handle. The Chargers can score a lot of points but Rivers also collapses under pressure much like Vick. Just remember anything can happen in the playoffs. The AFC is up in the air. The Patriots are not the team of years past. If we stay healthy there's no reason to think we cant make it to the Superbowl. All the planets aligned for the Giants just two years ago. I for one, believe believe it can happen for us as well. We are gonna lose a few games between here and there but I do believe in this team, the coaching staff and the QB.
The Chargers are a better team than KC. You guys have benefitted from a rediculously easy schedule so far and a bunch of turnovers by subpar teams.
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Houston and Poe are going to push Manning's shit in......both next week and twice at the end of the year.
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Houston and Poe are going to push Manning's shit in......both next week and twice at the end of the year.


You guys do have an excellent defense but the fact is, you've also benefitted from some lousy play by the other teams.

5 turnovers and kc won by 10 points? Also, the eagles defense sucks.
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When we ran out of a traditional singleback or iformation we ran it fine. The pistol is killing us on runs. They've gotta start coming out with Alex under center and pounding the rock. Not trying to be nitpicky with a 3-0 team but if Vick plays any better we lose that game. Offense has to find a running game.
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