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The Lounge>****OFFICIAL Chiefs vs 49ers Super Bowl LIV Game Thread****
Hammock Parties 12:11 AM 02-02-2020
Letís do this shit.
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carcosa 11:54 PM 02-22-2020
IM STILL FULLY ERECT!!!!
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ChiefsFanatic 03:01 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Hammock Parties:
Doesn't even matter.

Joe Montana had four turnovers in his legendary NFC Championship win over Dallas.
But Joe Montana has 16 TDs and ZERO interceptions in the Super Bowl.

I don't think Mahomes played poorly compared to other QBs against that defense, but he did throw the single worst pass in his NFL career, which was the INT he threw to Warner.

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Chiefspants 10:18 AM 02-23-2020
It was a bad pass, but it’s also a testament to Warner’s ability and discipline. The Niners did a stellar job of containing Mahomes and held their positions for the first 3 quarters of the game.

Really, the only plays I can think of where they were caught out of position was Wasp, and when they were out of position on Williams early runs and went for the home run to stop him on his 38 yard TD to seal it.
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petegz28 10:26 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefspants:
It was a bad pass, but itís also a testament to Warnerís ability and discipline. The Niners did a stellar job of containing Mahomes and held their positions for the first 3 quarters of the game.

Really, the only plays I can think of where they were caught out of position was Wasp, and when they were out of position on Williams early runs and went for the home run to stop him on his 38 yard TD to seal it.
That had more to do with their pass rush than anything. When you get pressure as quick as they do you can play zone easily. If they don't get the pressure like they did then Mahomes probably feasts for 4 TD's and 400+ yards
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Bowser 10:38 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefspants:
It was a bad pass, but itís also a testament to Warnerís ability and discipline. The Niners did a stellar job of containing Mahomes and held their positions for the first 3 quarters of the game.

Really, the only plays I can think of where they were caught out of position was Wasp, and when they were out of position on Williams early runs and went for the home run to stop him on his 38 yard TD to seal it.
The 38 yard pass to Watkins in the 4th was a back breaker for them, maybe more so than wasp. They weren't out of position there on that play per se, but it pretty much sealed their fate.
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petegz28 10:48 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Bowser:
The 38 yard pass to Watkins in the 4th was a back breaker for them, maybe more so than wasp. They weren't out of position there on that play per se, but it pretty much sealed their fate.
Agreed. They weren't out of position. Watkins just burned Sherman like a cheap marshmallow over a bonfire.
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Chiefspants 11:13 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Bowser:
The 38 yard pass to Watkins in the 4th was a back breaker for them, maybe more so than wasp. They weren't out of position there on that play per se, but it pretty much sealed their fate.
Oh yeah - on that one Watkins just straight up roasted Sherm and Mahomes and Sammy did an excellent job realizing he was one on one from the get-go to make that play happen.

I guess you could critique Saleh for blitzing in that situation (his front four were doing a fine job of generating pressure without help) but on that one, our playmakers just came together and made the backbreaking (borrowing that phrase) play of the Super Bowl.
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Chiefspants 11:17 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by petegz28:
That had more to do with their pass rush than anything. When you get pressure as quick as they do you can play zone easily. If they don't get the pressure like they did then Mahomes probably feasts for 4 TD's and 400+ yards
Thatís a part of it, but Mahomes has evaded great lines before by getting out of the pocket and extending plays with his legs and down field vision. The 49ers did a superb job of containing him in the pocket for most of the game.

Where Kyle ****ed up was not taking every opportunity to go up by 3 possessions before Mahomes caught fire - because he absolutely can win from the pocket, and once he started connecting, there was nothing the Niners could do to stop him.

Andy also deserves Kudos for never giving up on the run (really). The Niners D was gassed by the end of the fourth. They were out for what, 70 plays? Amazing that we also won TOP by 7 minutes. Thatís an underrated part of the game that made a massive difference when we put it out of reach in the fourth.
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Chiefaholic 11:52 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Ummmmmm.....

We literally have a game that is colloquially called "The Kicker that shall go unnamed".

Sure, Santos and Buttkicker.com have been good. But outside of those 2 dudes, our entire history post Jan Stenerud has been pure mother****ing ass.

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DJay23 12:06 PM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefaholic:
What a great memory...kind of. This was back in the days before Sunday ticket and Chiefsplanet. My dad and I were following on the computer on yahoo or whatever it was back then. The site we were on showed :04 left and FG attempt and then either the sight froze or the dial up bogged down. We were frantic to find out what happened. So we flipped on the TV to whatever game was on locally. Luckily they cut in with highlight after a few minutes during that game.
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Chiefspants 02:15 PM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefaholic:
Stoyo has a (mostly positive) legacy. This highlight was my favorite to watch in my childhood (I put this 97 highlight video on A LOT during disappointing Chiefs years in the early 2000ís) but like so many Chiefs legends of the 90ís, itís tainted a bit by his performances in January.

He had a game altering miss against Denver in the 97 playoffs (Yeah, I know the phantom hold caused him to be pushed back, but still).

And he had a soul crushing miss against Oakland that would have sent the Chiefs to the 99 playoffs - which would have been the last hoorah for the Chiefs of that era. The Chiefs then lost against Rich Gannon (Carl sure had a talent for picking qbís, eh?) and then was hit one of the franchises biggest tragedies ever a few weeks later (not Stoyoís fault, just a difficult time in general).

Despite Buttkicker getting a reputation for having XP issues, heís always been nails at the perfect times.
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