November 20th, 2018 at 9:13 AM ^

This is what the NFL wants - lots of yards, lots of TDs, minimal defense, and minimal big hits/players getting injured.

With all the rule changes, I'm sure we'll see yardage numbers blow the doors off in the coming seasons as the NFL "fully weaponizes" itself to providing a fun/immersive product that people enjoy watching.

As much as I love a defensive slugfest with lots of sacks, big hits, and TFLs - that isn't the future of the game of football. 

A Lot of Milk

November 20th, 2018 at 12:03 AM ^

Eh, fun to watch but also very annoying with the lack of defense. Really gonna try to have LBs and safeties try to check Tyreek Hill just cause he's in the slot? Put your best cover guy on him and forget about Sammy Watkins


November 20th, 2018 at 9:55 AM ^

Sam Shields was tasked with trying to cover Hill most of the night, because of his speed. Marcus Peters (who has been a disappointment so far this season) was on Kelce a good amount.  The Talib injury has definitely hurt the Rams, especially in the New Orleans game.


November 20th, 2018 at 12:05 AM ^

Best nfl game I’ve watched in a long time. I think We just witnessed the beginning of the next great QB duel. 





Going to be fun watching those two develop over the years 

SD Larry

November 20th, 2018 at 12:29 AM ^

Wasn't really rooting for either team yet the game was electric, and one of the best NFL games I have seen in a long time.  Not that into the NFL anymore.  Tuned in to watch the QBs, but was very impressed with both teams, the pass rushers, and the QBs were superb, throwing dimes all over the field when they had time.


November 20th, 2018 at 12:26 AM ^

As a die hard Wolverines/Chiefs fan I’ve never felt more excited about the direction my teams are headed!  Great game Chiefs but I’m 100% focused on beating OSU on Saturday!  Michigan is, and always will be my first love when it comes to Football...hope we win with cruelty when toe meets leather on Saturday!  Go Blue! 

Picktown GoBlue

November 20th, 2018 at 1:32 AM ^

Chiefs fan - that was exhausting to watch.  And a number of if-only's for Mahomes, each of which could've made the difference. Home the team learns from this (and we see some defense in future games) and works their way to the Super Bowl.

Cali Wolverine

November 20th, 2018 at 9:04 AM ^

The Rams had 2 defensive Touchdowns, 3 interceptions, caused 2 fumbles, and 3 sacks against one of the best QBs and Offenses in the NFL.

The Chiefs had 2 defensive touchdowns, 5 sacks, caused 3 fumbles, and 8 tackles for loss against one of the best QBs and Offenses in the NFL.

If you did not know the actual score, and just heard the teams combined for 8 sacks, 8 turnovers and 4 defensive touchdowns you would say damn...the defenses had a good day.


November 20th, 2018 at 6:02 AM ^

I see the NFL made some changes with the officiating crew in this game. Jerome Boger (probably the worst ref in the league) was pulled. Only 3 guys from his crew worked the game. The referee for the game Clete Blakeman had two guys from his crew with him. The rest came from 2 other crews. So essentially the NFL put together an All-Star officiating crew for a premier game, that is now considered an instant classic. Yet we are stuck with John Fucking O'Neil and the OSU Fan Boyz.

USMC 1371

November 20th, 2018 at 6:22 AM ^

Millennial football. Instant gratification. No defense whatsoever. This is what the NFL wants. Glorified flag football. Reminds me of the Richrod basketfootball game against Illinois.

Khaleke The Freak

November 20th, 2018 at 7:05 AM ^

“Don’t look at Mahommes turnovers, look at his yards” that was a quote from some ESPN talking head during the game.  Dude ended up with 3 picks and 2 lost fumbles with 6 TD’s...and his team lost...what a stud