Party like its 2009.The Saints are just bulldozing everyone. With the AFC not really having any complete teams and their main challenger in the NFC (Rams) showing some chinks in the armor, they may be a near lock for the Super Bowl. This stretch they're having may be among the most dominant runs in NFL history.
This may be a better team than 2009 when its all said and done. Drew Brees is going to the Tom Brady/Peyton Manning school of peaking when your career is getting close to the finish line and the defense seems much improved over that year's team, which was still good enough to win a Super Bowl.Party like its 2009.
I'm not a fan of how 7-on-7ish the NFL is becoming though. I'm a Titans fan but don't particularly have a strong allegiance to them so Iove watching the young guns like Goff and Mahomes play dont get me wrong, but the NFL is turning biased against great defenses and seems to want to become real-life Madden and not the chess match it once was.Nice shootout on MNF between the Rams and Chiefs. Been a Rams fan since '99 and endured some really really bad teams over the years so its nice to see all the points for a change.
I think they are predicting game temps in KC to be in the single digits with wind chills below zeroThis weekend is the AFC Championship Game between the Patriots and Chiefs at Kansas City and the Rams and Saints at New Orleans. I don’t know which stadium is louder but this is the second conference championship game in the Superdome’s history and the first ever for Arrowhead Stadium as the Chiefs finally broke their home playoff loss streak dating back to the mid 90s last weekend.
When you have to put an asterisk next to a potential Superbowl winning team because the NFL reportedly admitted it botched a call...what kind of integrity does the sport have left? Why would anyone want to watch that?Things aren’t going so well for the Chiefs. The Super Bowl might take another hit in ratings if it’s Patriots vs Rams.
The whole country wanted to see Saints-Chiefs outside of two cities. Nobody wants to see Cheifs-Rams again and nobody wants to see Rams-Patriots because they're the two most hated teams in the league now.Things aren’t going so well for the Chiefs. The Super Bowl might take another hit in ratings if it’s Patriots vs Rams.