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  1. Best 2019 Offense and Defense

    That's not what I'm hearing.
  2. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    You guys are looking at history and all that stuff, I'm just looking at their schedule next year and comparing it to let's say the Chargers' and Chiefs' and it just seems an easier path to the AFC title. I don't really care that the Pats have had trouble with the Dolphins or another team in their division in the past, at the end of the day these are teams who are inferior to the Chargers as an opponent for the Chiefs for example. I have read that based on opponents win percentage last year, the Patriots have the 2nd easiest schedule next year.
  3. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    Yeah, Hill or no Hill, that offense is surefire top 5 and probably the best bet to be best of the league again. The defense is a lot harder to project because it is all so new and different but I feel confident saying at worst it will be a top 20 defense and it could also be real close to top 10. All in all, a powerhouse.
  4. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    It matters a lot. Pats can win on the road but they can be beat. I like the Chiefs chances if they meet the Pats at Arrowhead again next season.
  5. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    That's a good question. I hate how the Pats have such an easy division and schedule and the obvious huge home field advantage when playing at Gillette Stadium. Otherwise, I would feel better about the Chiefs going all the way than any team in the league.
  6. Best 2019 Offense and Defense

    The Colts offense will definitly be a top 10 unit and possibly top 5. They have a great QB, a great Oline and are pretty good at the receiving positions. I'm just thinking how they got basically completely shutdown by the Chiefs in the playoffs. All in all, I think they can be a good to very good offense but very unlikely the top offense in the league.
  7. Best 2019 Offense and Defense

    What? The Chiefs offense last year was rather comfortably better than the Rams and Saints and pretty much worlds better than any other offense in the league. I won't even say they are a surefire pick to be again the top offense in the league but the bare minimum is that they project to be right up there with the Saints/Eagles/Rams as best offense in the league. Arguably best QB in the league, one of the very best offensive minds in the league, best TE in the league, arguably best overall receivings corps in the league when Hill returns, good offensive line. Yeah, there is a reason that offense was the #3 offense in the history of the game in PPG just last season.
  8. No off the field problems Odell or Tyreek Hill?

    I'm sorry but Alex Smith in 2017 was great QB.
  9. No off the field problems Odell or Tyreek Hill?

    You win! OBJ > Hill and I'm a Chiefs fan.
  10. Best 2019 Offense and Defense

    Ok then, who would it be based on history? I think we all know it is unlikely the teams who had respectively the top offense and top defense repeat but that doesnt mean they are not the safest picks and in this case I do feel the Chiefs and Bears are the safest bets.
  11. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    If by regression you mean winning less games, that is definitly a possibility for the Chargers but IMO, their team projects to be just as good as last year. I see 10-12 wins for them. The Chiefs will just be really good this year. The Chargers have a chance to win the division but the Chiefs are rightly heavy favorites.
  12. Best 2019 Offense and Defense

    Safest bets are Chiefs on offense and Bears on defense.
  13. Best 2019 Offense and Defense

    I laughed, hard. Teams like the Saints, Chiefs, Rams and Eagles are better than the Bears at almost all units of the offense. Trubisky alone guarantees it won't be a top 5 offense. Top 10 would be a huge surprise too. They could definitly be a below average offense.
  14. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    The Ravens for one do stack up with LA. But why did you even bring the topic of the Chargers' secondary?
  15. So, the 2019 Chiefs...

    The expectation is that Mahomes will throw a bit less TDs but be more efficient this year. But sure, he could be throwing around 15 INTs. You look at Andrew Luck's stats last year. 4600 yards, 39 TDs and 15 INTs and he was a top 5 QB in the league. I would expect Mahomes to have close to those stats and probably better.