The Chefs will lose wildcard matchup in January
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#1 Oct 21, 2013
That's right your overated bunch of twerps will lose both games to the Broncos one to the Chargers one to the Redskins and Colts and end up somewhere around 11-5 maybe even 10-6 if the raiders spank that behind. You'll probably have a home wildcard playoff game and lose in front of your fairy ass fans.
See you in another decade or two
Here we go Steelers here we go!
#2 Oct 24, 2013
And might, just might get punked by the Browns this weekend! That's right you heard it here first I am predicting that the Cleveland Browns will be the first team to (by no means the last) to whip the Chefs (and NO I spelled Chefs right)
First round wildcard playoff loss
#3 Oct 25, 2013
You know what the more I think about it i'm not so sure the Chefs will make the playoffs. Yea, granted a 7-0 start is good, but a nice little losing streak and lack of confidence after that just might knock you ass holes out of the picture.
Anyway if you do happen to back into the playoffs it'll be one and done as usual.
Now what year was it the last time the Chefs were in the Superbowl?
#4 Oct 28, 2013
First loss is at Buffalo and then it'll be Denver and after that the Bolts kick that ass and then Denver spanks it again.
If you bums aren't careful the playoffs will pass you by just like every year.
You losers haven't seen the Superbowl in how long? Just google and see who the president was at that time. Go ahead and check it out. I dare you. LOL
#5 Oct 29, 2013
8-0. Hater. Lmao
#6 Oct 29, 2013
Listen up and listen good you idiot
8-0 now but after
losses to Denver twice
that leaves you at 10-6 which might get you a wildcard game. I said might.
The party is OVER!!!!! You'll see.
*Kc Chefs always the bridesmaid never the bride*
Here we go Steelers here we go!
#7 Nov 8, 2013
You are right that things will get tougher for the Chiefs but 9-0 and that is a mark many teams never make. Offense hasn't shown they can help down the stretch but we will be playing in January and your Steeler's jersey will be back in the box waiting for next September......Bitch.
#8 Nov 13, 2013
I think the chiefs will finish better than 10-6 but I do agree that they are definitely overrated. They are not as good as Denver, Cincinnati, Balitimore, or Indianapolis. When the playoffs get here, it won't matter if KC has home field or not, they will not advance to the conference championship game. The best they can hope for is winning in the first round of the playoffs but then they are done. Kansas City is a decent team with a soft schedule and that's it. They are not a championship calibre team, at least not yet. I'm saying they will go 12-4 and get eliminated in the second round.
#9 Nov 13, 2013
I say 9-7 and a wildcard playoff loss
If you'll notice that means they'll not win another game the rest of the year. Even get thumped by the Raiders
#10 Nov 15, 2013
That would be fantastic for them not to win another game this season. That's asking alot but hey, anything is possible. If they did actually finish out the season with a string of losses to go 9-7, that would be excellent. Then everyone would be guaranteed of seeing all quality teams in the playoffs. The chiefs are a fluke, plain and simple. When their luck runs out, watch fat man Reid on the sidelines start sweating buckets. HAHA!!!
#11 Nov 15, 2013
Fat man Reid is a biscuit away from a visit to the ER. Didn't Reid have one son "OD" and the other is still a junkie? You know if he can't run his own house how in the hell can he run a NFL team?
I mean he let TO punk him and Michael Convict punked him and he has nothing to show for it other than a 56 inch waist
Oh yea he ahd a QB who spent years in the NFL and didn't know how Overtime worked.
google Donavan McNabb and Overtime and read it. it's funny as hell. Yes Fat man Reid had a franchise QB who didn't know squat.
One more time
#12 Nov 15, 2013
With all the talent he had in Philly, if Reid couldn't attain the ultimate level (a super bowl title) there, then there's no way in hell he will achieve it in KC. Reid can only be classified as an underachiever. Btw, lol at the Donovan McNabb comment. I almost forgot just how dumb he was. McNabb had a great arm but wasn't smart enough to be an effective field general. Just more proof that dumb quarterbacks never achieve the highest level of the game. I think Denver blows out the chiefs 35-10.
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