Are you watching the game? The offense looks horrible against a bad eagles defense. 3-0 is great but they need to use their weapons more. Smith can't throw deep and had more rushing yards than Charles at the half.
Not sure why so many are looking to bring down the Chiefs. It's pretty amusing.
They dominated a nobody as they should but last year it likely would have been a close game. Beat a good (but not great) Dallas team. Controlling the game for the most part against a solid Philly team.
The Chiefs are a much improved team and will be a playoff contender. Adding Smith and hiring Andy were huge for that franchise.
Great defensive play plus accurate/smart QB and good RB equal success. Doesn't need to be flashy or score a ton of points to get it done.
NFC east is a joke. 8-8 record will win that division.
cowboys win it with a 9-7 record is my guess.
Cy$ Post of the Week
Originally Posted by cowgirl836
You are a ******* moron. Saying a person who ******* says they want to start a Civil War and kill people shouldn't be able to walk out and grab a gun is dancing on graves. I have no problem with sane people having guns.
The Chiefs do look improved, and Alex Smith is certainly a step forward. But the Jaguars are a ******* embarrassment to the league, the Cowboys are at best an average football team and the Chiefs did the absolute minimum amount necessary to beat them, same with this game agains the Eagles.
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