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    JesseH
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    Chiefs’ history vs. Peyton Manning is sad

    There’s no shame in losing to Peyton Manning. He’s won almost 70 percent of his regular-season games since arriving in the NFL, so he’s hurt a lot of opponents for a lot of years.

    But the Kansas City Chiefs' history against Manning is particularly sad. Manning is 11-1 against Kansas City all-time, counting a pair of playoffs games, including one in which the Chiefs never forced Manning’s Indianapolis Colts to punt.

    Manning has undefeated records against the Cincinnati Bengals (8-0) and Cleveland Browns (6-0). Otherwise, his winning percentage is better against the Chiefs than any team he’s started against more than three times.

    Funny thing is, the Chiefs have actually defended him well a couple times. He was something less than average against the Chiefs in regular season games in 2007 and 2010, but the Colts still managed to win those games.

    Statistically, his best game against the Chiefs was the one in which he lost. He threw for 472 yards and five touchdowns in a 45-35 Chiefs victory in 2004.

    The Chiefs have had no luck against Manning in the four games since he joined the Denver Broncos. The closest margin in those games was 17-9 in 2012 at Arrowhead Stadium, and Manning still managed to throw a pair of touchdown passes.

    The Chiefs had him down 21-7 at Arrowhead last season before Manning and the Broncos got hot. The Chiefs couldn’t keep up.

    There’s no reason to believe things will be different in the rivalry when the Chiefs and Broncos meet on Sunday in Denver. To beat Manning, the Chiefs will either have to slow him down or outscore him.

    Judging from last week’s game against Tennessee, the Chiefs don’t look capable of doing either.


    http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post...manning-is-sad

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  • JesseH
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  • JesseH
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    Originally posted by Doogansquest View Post
    Division games are always tough, so I expect KC to keep it close enough that the Denver fans on these boards get a little antsy.

    That said, KC doesn't have a Luck type QB who can orchestrate ridiculous comebacks.
    THE DOOGS!!!

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  • Butler By'Note
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  • Butler By'Note
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    So if Denver plays really well on Sunday (as I suspect they will) does that mean the "end is here" crowd suddenly floods the boards with proclamations of the Broncos greatness and how there's no possible way they lose to Seattle?

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  • False Start
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    Originally posted by one_bad_55 View Post
    I just read that the Chefs just signed Kevin Vickerson.
    They are likely trying to find out what Omaha really means!

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  • one_bad_55
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  • one_bad_55
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    I just read that the Chefs just signed Kevin Vickerson.

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  • DFence
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    Classic scene, I couldn't resist.

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  • onanygivensunda
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    Originally posted by EddieMac View Post
    You mean Wilson like Doog.
    Nice to see you've finally seen the light.

    Took long enough.

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  • ColtFanDan
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  • ColtFanDan
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    Hey False Start.....Were you clicking 3 beer bottles together when you made that post? LOL!

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  • EddieMac
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  • EddieMac
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    Originally posted by Doogansquest View Post
    Division games are always tough, so I expect KC to keep it close enough that the Denver fans on these boards get a little antsy.

    That said, KC doesn't have a Luck type QB who can orchestrate ridiculous comebacks.
    You mean Wilson like Doog.....Luck can't do what he does......

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  • L.M.
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    I'm grateful we have another home game to work out some kinks (looking at you especially, DT!) before we hit the hard road games.

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  • flosstein
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  • flosstein
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    Originally posted by Nuts4koi View Post
    The Chefs are quite a bit weaker this year than last. People are beginning to see the Reid factor now. He is seriously effecting his team in a negative way. I'm not sure they will even be 8-8 this year. Even playing in the Chef's backyard, I have no fear about this game.
    Kinda like Shanny. These so called "offensive masterminds" seem to suffer from the same illness........Delusions of Grandeur! Mike Martz, and even Mike Holmgren fell into that catagory. They go on a good run, mostly due to have a HOG (hall of great) or HOF QB. Then they fall into the belief that they can do it any time they want. Arrogance is mickey-fickey. The next class of this category is already in the works. The Chip Kelly's, McD's, etc........

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  • onanygivensunda
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  • onanygivensunda
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    Beating up the Chiefs this Sunday should be easy for you guys.

    Your true test comes one week later.

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  • Nuts4koi
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  • Nuts4koi
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    The Chefs are quite a bit weaker this year than last. People are beginning to see the Reid factor now. He is seriously effecting his team in a negative way. I'm not sure they will even be 8-8 this year. Even playing in the Chef's backyard, I have no fear about this game.

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  • flosstein
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  • flosstein
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    I wouldn't use that quote calling somebody out, as Luther and the Rogues got "whoopeded" in the end!!!!

    But I do smell what you're cooking..... And I see where u are going......

    A big divisional bottom-whoopin!!!! I will accept no less than 2 scores!!!

    :thumb:
    flosstein
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    Last edited by flosstein; 09-09-2014, 05:08 PM.

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  • Doogansquest
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  • Doogansquest
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    Division games are always tough, so I expect KC to keep it close enough that the Denver fans on these boards get a little antsy.

    That said, KC doesn't have a Luck type QB who can orchestrate ridiculous comebacks.

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