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5 hours ago, mayanfootball said:

Our run defense still sucks. Ravens ran for 203yds, 32 attempts, giving up 4TD's.

KC's defense is giving up 6.2yds/att.. This is unacceptable. Again, it's the defense that's the Chiefs achilles heal.

Well the ravens are the best rushing team 

Actually did pretty well against them all things considering

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11 hours ago, onejayhawk said:

our defense ranks #21

Giving up 6.2 yds/run puts our rushing defense LAST. That's a problem we don't need.

Edited by mayanfootball

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Meh. 24th on rushing yards allowed.

I am not saying we don't need improvement, but the problem is at least partly caused by playing seven or six in the box. Also, Baltimore is the top rushing team in the NFL. 

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Rushing
Rk Team G Pts/G TotPts Att Att/G Yds Avg Yds/G TD Lng 1st 1st% 20+ 40+ FUM
1 Miami Dolphins 3 44.3 133 115 38.3 624 5.4 208.0 6 60 36 31.3 3 2 1
2 Cincinnati Bengals 3 27.7 83 103 34.3 506 4.9 168.7 4 34 28 27.2 4 0 2
3 Arizona Cardinals 3 29.3 88 96 32.0 471 4.9 157.0 1 76T 18 18.8 1 1 0
4 Washington Redskins 3 31.3 94 89 29.7 426 4.8 142.0 2 42 22 24.7 3 1 0
5 Pittsburgh Steelers 3 28.3 85 102 34.0 418 4.1 139.3 3 37T 25 24.5 2 0 5
6 Kansas City Chiefs 3 21.3 64 67 22.3 413 6.2 137.7 4 51 23 34.3 2 1 1
7 New Orleans Saints 3 27.3 82 79 26.3 403 5.1 134.3 5 32 20 25.3 5 0 1
8 Green Bay Packers

You'll see a partial screen shot from NFL.com. Team defense. Chiefs avg. 6.2 yds. per rushing attempt. This is the worst in the NFL. By far. This is NOT healthy longterm. I'm bewildered that so many here want to gloss over this disturbing stat.

 

Edited by mayanfootball

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Melvin Gordon is back with the LA Chargers on Thursday.  He won't play this Sunday in Miami.

The fact that the Bolts are 1-2 probably has something to do with this.

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10 hours ago, mayanfootball said:

They were playing scared. Trying to play our style of game and got trapped

Mark Sclereth says the Chiefs are like Globogym."Were better than you and we know it" lol

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11 hours ago, mayanfootball said:
 
 
Rushing
Rk Team G Pts/G TotPts Att Att/G Yds Avg Yds/G TD Lng 1st 1st% 20+ 40+ FUM
1 Miami Dolphins 3 44.3 133 115 38.3 624 5.4 208.0 6 60 36 31.3 3 2 1
2 Cincinnati Bengals 3 27.7 83 103 34.3 506 4.9 168.7 4 34 28 27.2 4 0 2
3 Arizona Cardinals 3 29.3 88 96 32.0 471 4.9 157.0 1 76T 18 18.8 1 1 0
4 Washington Redskins 3 31.3 94 89 29.7 426 4.8 142.0 2 42 22 24.7 3 1 0
5 Pittsburgh Steelers 3 28.3 85 102 34.0 418 4.1 139.3 3 37T 25 24.5 2 0 5
6 Kansas City Chiefs 3 21.3 64 67 22.3 413 6.2 137.7 4 51 23 34.3 2 1 1
7 New Orleans Saints 3 27.3 82 79 26.3 403 5.1 134.3 5 32 20 25.3 5 0 1
8 Green Bay Packers

You'll see a partial screen shot from NFL.com. Team defense. Chiefs avg. 6.2 yds. per rushing attempt. This is the worst in the NFL. By far. This is NOT healthy longterm. I'm bewildered that so many here want to gloss over this disturbing stat.

 

Small sample sizes are small sample sizes.

We played 3 teams who have an old school run the ball mindset.

And we all assumed the defense would be bad again. Chris Jones is still starting right?

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39 minutes ago, Chiefer said:

Small sample sizes are small sample sizes.

We played 3 teams who have an old school run the ball mindset.

And we all assumed the defense would be bad again. Chris Jones is still starting right?

If it continues, it will cause some problems.

 

I don’t read much in the Ravens one though,   they used up a ton of clock running the ball while we had a lead.   We seemed content on letting them chew clock

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What we need is an offense that is better at chewing clock. Like the AFC title game, 60 yard TDs can just be a matter of putting your defense back on the field.

J

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28 minutes ago, onejayhawk said:

What we need is an offense that is better at chewing clock. Like the AFC title game, 60 yard TDs can just be a matter of putting your defense back on the field.

J

We don't have the line o r the Rbs for it unfortunately

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Maybe. Baltimore is elite against the run and both Oakland and Jax are decent. Detroit is not even as good as Oakland.

J

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