The Game Ball Thread: AFCCG at the Chiefs

snowmanny

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I mean 9 Super Bowl appearances in 17 seasons together? What is that???

When your bulldog barks and your canary sings....

 

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Posted in the game thread but:

I’d just like to take this moment to point out that the Jets are the only AFC East team that hasn’t ever made the Super Bowl three years in a row
 

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Thomas Edward Patrick Brady and the number of "fucks" he's dropped on facebook live in the locker room.
 

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Posted in the game thread but:

I’d just like to take this moment to point out that the Jets are the only AFC East team that hasn’t ever made the Super Bowl three years in a row

Well, I guess I have something to look forward to
 

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Brady basically had three game winning drives in like 10 minutes of football. 7 min left in 4th, 2 min left in 4th, OT
 

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Matthew Slater for his wit
Rex Burkhead and the OL for their strength
James White for his legs
Thomas Edward Brady for his right arm and heart
 

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Brady and Edelman and Sony and Burkhead.

Also--not a great day for officiating.
 

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Brady for taking charge when everything was on the line.

Michel for his first half performance in particular, which paid dividends at the end.

Gronk and Edelman for the clutch catches.

Burkhead for safely carrying the ball to the House.

OL for neutralizing KC's defense.

First half defense.
 

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Brady wins this by a MILE.

And then Edelman on the side. And the entire offensive line, because Brady did have a lot of time this game, but he did get the ball out SO fast.
 

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O line,. Brady had all the time he wanted.
 

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Brady wins this by a MILE.

And then Edelman on the side. And the entire offensive line, because Brady did have a lot of time this game, but he did get the ball out SO fast.
Edelman was almost the goat. Then OT happened and he became Edelman again.
 

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I was super excited about the Burkhead pickup a couple of years ago.

Injuries have dampened that considerably since then.

Tonight, Burkhead redeems himself.

I LOVE THIS FUCKING TEAM.
 

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Offensive line, Jules, Sony, Josh McDaniels, Gronk, Rex.

Defense was on pace for one in the first half but couldn't keep it up for four quarters.
 

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The GOAT and

The offensive line. But for most of the big plays going the Chiefs’ way, this wouldn’t have been close. And these guys, plus Gronk & Devlin blocking like demons are why.
 

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McDaniels, for resisting the temptation to become one-dimensional once the run stopped being effective. It clearly paid off at the end of the game.

Hogan deserves some love for that amazing one-handed grab.
 

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TuneIn on mobile also has Patriots radio. They usually break in a they're discussing the game in the post-game show.
Patriots.com is perfect. Thanks. I usually don't watch the after shows but I'm too jacked up right now, so I want to bathe in content.
 

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Everyone made such big plays. Team effort.

But Develin stands out. Just everything that has made the Patriots work for 20 years.

And Belichick. He was as close to going on Tilt about officiating calls as I’ve ever seen him, but he had his little tantrum and then he just got the fuck back to work.

Compare to Sean Peyton who couldn’t let it go. (Though admittedly that was a huge play but still there was so much football left there.)