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Hall of Classics>****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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Lzen 03:02 PM 05-05-2020
Originally Posted by Pitt Gorilla:
I don't recall him EVER looking "terrified." Do you?
Nope.
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carcosa 03:13 PM 05-05-2020
Originally Posted by Pitt Gorilla:
I don't recall him EVER looking "terrified." Do you?
NEVER!!!
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Chiefspants 10:31 AM 05-07-2020
Does anyone enjoy reading Super Bowl Gamethreads from non-partisan fanbases? This might be just a weird thing I do, but here are some of my favorites:

Packers Subreddit Overwhelmingly Pro-Chiefs. Sort by new and scroll all the way down to read it in sequence. Fans were deliciously salty after losing to SF and were gleeful for Mahomesí comeback and Andy finally getting a title with his connection to GB:

https://www.reddit.com/r/GreenBayPac...isco_49ers_vs/

Red Sox (Patriots overlap - fans were slightly pro 49er but split because they didnít want the 49ers having 6 titles):

https://sonsofsamhorn.net/index.php?...-thread.29438/

Browns (Largely Pro-Chiefs - felt our fan bases were kindred spirits):

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2020/2...q97g*#comments

Steelers (Slightly Pro-Chiefs, many didnít want the 49ers having 6 titles): https://steelersdepot.com/2020/02/49...ussion-thread/

A Seattle fan compares Chiefs and 9er fans live reactions and takes glee in the 9ers defeat. As a bonus, they include some Denver fans melting down too:

https://www.fieldgulls.com/2020/2/4/...s-fan-meltdown

Seattleís Subreddit Hugely pro-Chiefs. Seattle fans were delightfully salty about the 49ers throughout the game and were overjoyed about the outcome. One redditor even claimed to donate to a KC charity after the game:

https://www.reddit.com/r/Seahawks/co...tm_name=iossmf


This Spurs fan forum is a weird place. People from all football fanbases are active in the discussion here. A Bostonite Patriots fan throws a lot of racism at Patrick pand is joined in by a 49ers fan who is oh so confident that the 49ers were going to roll the Chiefs. Seeing these losers react after the game makes this thread worthwhile.

https://www.spurstalk.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=283029

Detroit fans all somehow concluded that Matt Stafford would have played better than Jimmy G. and Mahomes in the Super Bowl. Reading the Detroit threads made me kind of sad, and reminded me that elementary school me once thought Trent Green was a Top 5 QB:

https://www.prideofdetroit.com/2020/...hiefs-vs-49ers

Here is the Texans one. Even though they were decidedly anti-Chiefs, unlike the Patriots or the Bronco reactions - they werenít crying about the refs the whole time (which gets old). They were pissed at the outcome but strangely a larger percentage their fans (compared to us) never counted out the Chiefs because many were saying ďremember 24-0Ē, itís an enjoyable read:

https://www.battleredblog.com/non-te...hiefs#comments

While not a gamethread, here is a thread from the Ravens subreddit where they concede that they feel the Chiefs would have beat the Ravens had they met in the playoffs:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ravens/comm...avens_wouldve/

Jets game thread, this one is awesome. One of their fans chimes in with these predictions right before kickoff:

Originally Posted by JetsMetsDevilsNets16:
Let's go! What's your score prediction? Who wins MVP?
Chiefs 31, 49ers 20.
Super Bowl MVP: Patrick Mahomes.
Receiving yards leader: Tyreek Hill
Sacks leader: Nick Bosa.
These predictions rightfully got a ton of praise after the game. The fanbase was overwhelmingly pro-Chiefs throughout the game.

https://www.ganggreennation.com/2020...iv-game-thread

Last but not least - The Eagles gamethread. They were overwhelmingly Pro-Andy and over the moon when he won. They are all unanimous that Reid found a QB who balances out his weaknesses. Many talked about feeling happier than they ever imagined they would after Andy won it all: https://www.bleedinggreennation.com/...s-nfl-football

What's cool about all of these reactions was that there were a few commonalities throughout the fanbases. All of them were excited about the game (and widely agreed the two best teams in the NFL made the Super Bowl). Andy was universally praised for his early aggressiveness while Shanny Jr. was universally panned for playing it safe. Everyone argued about the halftime show. The reaction to WASP was like the shot heard round the football world, it's amazing how many non-partisan fans thought it was immediately a game again when Patrick connected with Tyreek. They all were universally stoked that Andy finally got his ring after Fuller's interception - which was awesome to see throughout each fanbase.
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Bl00dyBizkitz 10:59 AM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefspants:
Does anyone enjoy reading Super Bowl Gamethreads from non-partisan fanbases? This might be just a weird thing I do, but here are some of my favorites:

Super Bowl gamethreads from other fanbases:

Red Sox (Patriots overlap - fans were slightly pro 49er but split because they didnít want the 49ers having 6 titles):

https://sonsofsamhorn.net/index.php?...-thread.29438/

Browns (Largely Pro-Chiefs - felt our fan bases were kindred spirits):

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2020/2...q97g*#comments

Steelers (Slightly Pro-Chiefs, many didnít want the 49ers having 6 titles): https://steelersdepot.com/2020/02/49...ussion-thread/

A Seattle fan compares Chiefs and 9er fans live reactions and takes glee in the 9ers defeat:

https://www.fieldgulls.com/2020/2/4/...s-fan-meltdown

A Detroit fan predicts we lose due the 49er running game:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.pri...hiefs-on-paper

Detroit fans on the same site had this game thread and all somehow concluded that Matt Stafford would have played better than Jimmy G. and Mahomes in the Super Bowl. Reading the Detroit threads made me kind of sad, and reminded me that elementary school me once thought Trent Green was a Top 5 QB:

https://www.prideofdetroit.com/2020/...hiefs-vs-49ers

Here is the Texans one. Even though they were decidedly anti-Chiefs, unlike the Patriots or the Bronco reactions - they werenít crying about the refs the whole time (which gets old). They were pissed at the outcome but strangely a larger percentage their fans (compared to us) never counted out the Chiefs because many were saying ďremember 24-0Ē, itís an enjoyable read:

https://www.battleredblog.com/non-te...hiefs#comments

Jets game thread, this one is awesome. One of their fans chimes in with these predictions right before kickoff:



These predictions rightfully got a ton of praise after the game. The fanbase was overwhelming pro-Chiefs throughout the game.

https://www.ganggreennation.com/2020...iv-game-thread

What's cool about all of these reactions was that there were a few commonalities throughout the fanbases. All of them were excited about the game (and widely agreed the two best teams in the NFL made the Super Bowl). The reaction to WASP was like the shot heard round the football world, it's amazing how many non-partisan fans thought it was immediately a game again when Patrick connected with Tyreek. They all were universally stoked that Andy finally got his ring after Fuller's interception - which was awesome to see throughout each fanbase.
The Texans thread is delightful. Texans fans must hate us as much as we hated the Colts/Patriots.
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ThaVirus 11:17 AM 05-07-2020
Those were entertaining. Loved this one from the Texans board:

Originally Posted by :
Good game, unlike last year.
Now we get to see what OB does this offseason "shivers".
Dude knew, but I don't think any of them would have expected what BOB did with Hopkins lol
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Pablo 11:26 AM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by Bl00dyBizkitz:
The Texans thread is delightful. Texans fans must hate us as much as we hated the Colts/Patriots.
Not to mention the Royals assfucked them back in '15 on the way to a Ship. Now they've got that AIDS tainted one that nobody acknowledges in baseball and that's it.

Houston hates us. And their city is a sprawling garbage pit too.
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Chiefspants 04:47 PM 05-07-2020
This is probably my favorite thread from the mix: https://www.reddit.com/r/ravens/comm...avens_wouldve/

Patrick was so resilient in the Super Bowl that even Ravens fans were saying they wouldn’t have beaten the Chiefs: https://www.reddit.com/r/ravens/comm...avens_wouldve/
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RealSNR 05:28 PM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefspants:
Does anyone enjoy reading Super Bowl Gamethreads from non-partisan fanbases? This might be just a weird thing I do, but here are some of my favorites: :

Red Sox (Patriots overlap - fans were slightly pro 49er but split because they didnít want the 49ers having 6 titles):

https://sonsofsamhorn.net/index.php?...-thread.29438/

Browns (Largely Pro-Chiefs - felt our fan bases were kindred spirits):

https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2020/2...q97g*#comments

Steelers (Slightly Pro-Chiefs, many didnít want the 49ers having 6 titles): https://steelersdepot.com/2020/02/49...ussion-thread/

A Seattle fan compares Chiefs and 9er fans live reactions and takes glee in the 9ers defeat:

https://www.fieldgulls.com/2020/2/4/...s-fan-meltdown

A Detroit fan predicts we lose due the 49er running game:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.pri...hiefs-on-paper

Detroit fans on the same site had this game thread and all somehow concluded that Matt Stafford would have played better than Jimmy G. and Mahomes in the Super Bowl. Reading the Detroit threads made me kind of sad, and reminded me that elementary school me once thought Trent Green was a Top 5 QB:

https://www.prideofdetroit.com/2020/...hiefs-vs-49ers

Here is the Texans one. Even though they were decidedly anti-Chiefs, unlike the Patriots or the Bronco reactions - they werenít crying about the refs the whole time (which gets old). They were pissed at the outcome but strangely a larger percentage their fans (compared to us) never counted out the Chiefs because many were saying ďremember 24-0Ē, itís an enjoyable read:

https://www.battleredblog.com/non-te...hiefs#comments

While not a gamethread, here is a thread from the Ravens subreddit where they concede that they feel the Chiefs would have beat the Ravens had they met in the playoffs:

https://www.reddit.com/r/ravens/comm...avens_wouldve/

Jets game thread, this one is awesome. One of their fans chimes in with these predictions right before kickoff:



These predictions rightfully got a ton of praise after the game. The fanbase was overwhelmingly pro-Chiefs throughout the game.

https://www.ganggreennation.com/2020...iv-game-thread

What's cool about all of these reactions was that there were a few commonalities throughout the fanbases. All of them were excited about the game (and widely agreed the two best teams in the NFL made the Super Bowl). The reaction to WASP was like the shot heard round the football world, it's amazing how many non-partisan fans thought it was immediately a game again when Patrick connected with Tyreek. They all were universally stoked that Andy finally got his ring after Fuller's interception - which was awesome to see throughout each fanbase.
LOL Texans fans really hate Eric Fisher :-) :-)

They're still pissy about that take down of Watt from 2015.
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Pitt Gorilla 05:32 PM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by CasselGotPeedOn:
He didn't look like himself to that point, you can't deny that.



I was the same way. My stomach was in knots from about noon until the D-Will long touchdown to seal it.
Why/when did you think Mahomes looked "terrified"?
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RealSNR 05:33 PM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by Chiefspants:
This is probably my favorite thread from the mix: https://www.reddit.com/r/ravens/comm...avens_wouldve/

Patrick was so resilient in the Super Bowl that even Ravens fans were saying they wouldnít have beaten the Chiefs: https://www.reddit.com/r/ravens/comm...avens_wouldve/
NFL fans are stupid:

Originally Posted by :
Two things need to happen in order to beat the Chiefs, this year: Keep their offense off the field and when the offense is in, the opposing defense needs a consistent pass rush. The Ravens could have done the first; but the second? If you cannot get to Patrick Mahomes, forget about it; that unit can score at will (as was the case today and last week against the Texans after being down 24-0).
Bitch, the only way you're beating this team is if we sustain some nasty injuries to our OL and WRs and Mahomes is forced to play on one foot.

You have to outscore us, NFL. Quit acting like your OMG PHISKLY TUFFFF! popgun offense and defense is the way to go. You can't just limit the time Mahomes is on the field, because he's just going to score on you anyway when he gets the ball.

You have to score more points than us. Period. That would seem like an obvious statement, but too often I see teams employ this idiotic strategy of, "Try to stop the Chiefs offense" instead of just scoring whichever and whatever way you can.
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Chiefspants 05:54 PM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by RealSNR:

You have to outscore us, NFL. Quit acting like your OMG PHISKLY TUFFFF! popgun offense and defense is the way to go. You can't just limit the time Mahomes is on the field, because he's just going to score on you anyway when he gets the ball.

You have to score more points than us. Period.
Honestly, Harbaugh and Belichick are really the only coaches that have seemed to understand this about the Chiefs with how they use 4th downs. I admired how both coaches went for it on 4th early, often, and basically everywhere on the field. It worked for the Patriots this year, and while it didn’t work for Baltimore, it was the way to go. Had Shanahan gambled and been up 27-10 when WASP happened, the Chiefs may have have had the time to come back - but even then, three possessions is still not out of our offense’s reach with 9:00 to go in the game. You have to score a lot if you want a chance to win, there is no other way to do it when our team is healthy.
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Rain Man 07:17 PM 05-07-2020
Originally Posted by Pitt Gorilla:
Why/when did you think Mahomes looked "terrified"?
The worst reaction I've ever seen from Mahomes is "slightly bemused", kind of like the look that a cat gets when a cornered mouse gets aggressive.
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ChiefsFanatic 12:20 AM 05-08-2020
Originally Posted by Rain Man:
The worst reaction I've ever seen from Mahomes is "slightly bemused", kind of like the look that a cat gets when a cornered mouse gets aggressive.
He said in an interview that he was about to rip someone's head off on the sideline, and it most likely would have been Matt Moore.

He said he was sick and tired of people coming over and telling him to keep firing, and it's not over.

He said I knew it wasn't over, when has anyone ever seen me act like a game was out of reach? He said he was glad that he was able to keep his composure though, because he was really just mad at himself for how poorly he had been playing.

The kid is just different.

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eDave 12:45 AM 05-08-2020
I remember that exchange with Moore. Mahomes was like "man, just shut the fuck up". He was definately irritated. You won't see that again, only FROM him.

It's still surreal that we got this guy, with Andy Reid.
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ChiefsFanatic 12:59 AM 05-08-2020
Originally Posted by eDave:
I remember that exchange with Moore. Mahomes was like "man, just shut the fuck up". He was definately irritated. You won't see that again, only FROM him.

It's still surreal that we got this guy, with Andy Reid.
He said in the interview that several people came over, including Reid, and that he was upset because they were acting like he didn't know that he should keep firing. I think Moore just was next to him more often because they are both QBs.

But, it was so mature of him to realize that he was really just upset with himself for playing poorly, and not that he was mad at people for encouraging him.

I tried to find the article that included these quotes, but there were obviously so many written that I will never find it. I should have bookmarked it, but at the time I was just reading everything. I wish I had bookmarked a lot of articles and videos.

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