Super Bowl LV

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  1. Phall

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    Reid should get some criticism for not yanking Mahomes for Chad Henne, probably after halftime. Who knows what a Michigan QB could have done for the Chiefs??
     
  2. Leonardfan

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    The Bucs got pressure on the Chiefs all night. The supposed best offensive mind in the league who should have his pick of what job he wants according to the media Eric Bienimy made no adjustments to account for the loss of their franchise left tackle Eric Fisher. They went into the game with the same plan of attack they usually would. They had success running the ball but did not stick with it.
     
  3. knightedsoldier5000

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    Based upon the commercials alone, people in foreign nations watching the Super Bowl must think the USA is at least 75% Black.
     
  4. La France Blanche

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    BLM, Belichick, the Kosher media, and all our other enemies are crying like the little bitches they are right now.

    Congratulations to Brady, the now unquestionable GOAT.
     
  5. Charles Martel

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  6. shamrock

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    Well, the way the media overplayed Mahomes you'd have thought he was God himself. You could almost hear them muttering through clenched teeth that Tom Brady just won his 7th Super Bowl. They just couldn't wait for the day Mahomes topped Brady in Super Bowl victories. Time now for them to start looking for the next Great Black Hope.
     
  7. Claimjumper

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    I think this game illustrated perfectly how important those 2-3 momentum and game changing 3rd and 18 type backyard football type “luck” plays are for Wilson and Mahomes. Without them they couldn’t get anything going. And ironically it was due to drops on what should have been simple catches

    congrats to Brady on #7
     
  8. Riggins44

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    They are surely all crying now how Brady only enjoys his success due to priviledge and white supremacy. LOL!
     
  9. Awake in America

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    The Chiefs will respond to this loss by putting more blacks on the offensive line. Totally predictable.
     
  10. white lightning

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    You make a very strong & valid point. Travis Kelce was the 2nd leading receiver in the nfl with over 1400 yards. He is his go to guy no matter what and Kelce makes catches many other tightends could never make. He is like a heavier version of a tall wide receiver
    with speed to burn and power to go along with it. Best tightend I've ever seen. Kelce at the tightend postion has went over 1000 yards 5 consecutive years now! So yes Mahomes owes him so much of his success!
     
  11. Arerequired

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    I wonder what Kyle Kusz thinks
     
  12. white is right

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    The ESPN show of Keyshaun, J. Will and Zuban had promos of Mahomes winning his second in a row, all over the network leading up until the end of the game. Every "expert" less gamblers had the Chiefs winning.

    Nothing tastes sweeter than that for Brady, this is probably his sweetest win besides his first...
     
  13. white is right

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    Yep no fullback in the backfield for chip blocks, no draw plays. Nothing really creative, the Eric Beienimy for head coach chorus was silenced for now.
     
  14. Bucky

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    Played out pretty Sweet!
     
  15. The Hock

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    And the rich get richer. Seven rings for Brady. Unbelievable.

    I can remember one pundit saying after his first ring that Brady would prove to be a flash in the pan. And at the time I rather agreed with him.

    Nobody could have predicted this much success for a 6th round draft choice.

    I wonder if some might try to put some sort of asterisk after this win because of the altered season and all. Especially with Brady involved.
     
  16. La France Blanche

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    I hope they do, I want White offensive linemen protecting White quarterbacks. Let quotabacks have sumos.
     
  17. sport historian

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    Tom Brady winning his 7th Super Bowl title at age 43 is like nothing else in football history. Remember, Brady was a 6th round draft choice and wasn't highly touted coming out of college as Peyton Manning was. There will be more great white QBs.

    Tom Brady was the second QB to win a Super Bowl with different teams, Manning was the first, but Brady was first QB to be Super Bowl MVP with different teams. Brady is the first to win with teams from both the AFC and NFC.
     
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  18. white is right

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    No this win is unprecedented, I could say it's similar to Nicklaus winning the Masters in 86' but golfing isn't physically demanding like football. Maybe Foreman winning the title in 95' but Foreman beat a journeyman champion in Moorer.

    Brady defeated his logical successor and it wasn't even close, school was out at the half...
     
  19. davidholly

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    All week, the caste sports media have been telling us that it didn't matter that the Chiefs offensive line was banged up because Mahomes is the most talented QB to ever play the game. The Mutt then goes out and turns in quite possibly the worst QB Super Bowl performance of the last decade. Suddenly, the Chiefs offensive line woes are to blame and Mahomes is completely blameless despite putting up two awful Super Bowl performances in as many years. I simply can't wait until that half a billion dollar contract begins to take effect and we get to see many more such performances.
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  20. Snowplow

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    Here's my take on the Chiefs OL.

    LT- Remmers: He's 31, and looked washed. Good career for an undrafted player, but time to hang em up.
    LG- Allegretti: An example of a true developmental project with real upside. I think he'll eventually develop into a solid IOL. EDIT: I'll also add his biggest issue appeared to be awareness, Sometimes he would lose track of how the play developed as D-linemen shed blocks and looked for gaps, and whiff on an assignment, but I think this will improve over time with experience and coaching. Still had some good 1-on-1 reps vs massive Vita Vea. Should remain a starter next year and I think he's an up-and-comer.
    C- Reiter: The bright spot. Didn't think he was particularly bad though he did get flagged for a hold. An impending FA, I hope he gets a good payday. Will be a solid consolation prize for a center-needy team that misses out on/can't afford Corey Linsley. Not All-Pro level but an underrated center.
    RG- Wisniewski: Won 2 Super Bowls (Eagles, Chiefs), had a great career, has bloodlines, but he looks done. There's a reason the Squealers cut him. Was good as recently as last year but didn't quite look the same.
    RT- Wylie: He clearly belongs at G. Not a tackle. Good depth guy though. Chiefs DWF's seem to be scapegoating him.

    Overall, though the interior was not without faults, most of the pressure came from the edges. All except Reiter are backups, Wylie was out of position, and Remmers and Wisniewski are past their prime, yet of course Weenieworld will likely say the solution is sumos.
     
  21. backrow

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    well, I missed the game due to a baby scare (little one is ok though, no worries). Just caught the highlights and couldn't be more delighted for Brady and Gronk (he definitely came out of his retirement last night). Kelce looked like Chiefs best player, one of the few who showed up. Shame about Miller only touching one ball, though.
     
  22. TomIron361

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    Sir, BB didn't have a choice in the matter. That came from the top in my opinion. I think the league quietly stepped in and told the Patriot owner that there'd be no more fielding largely White teams. Then they went into quietly deconstructing the White team. Brady saw what was happening and bailed out - just my opinion.
     
  23. shamrock

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    I think you've nailed it, Tom. There had just been too much noise from white fans calling New England the "white team," and much of that was showing up in the press and on Internet sports forums. I'm sure that royally pissed Goodell and all his diversity bureaucrats. Disgusting bunch, and traitors to their own!
     
  24. SunWarrior

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    Excellent to see Brady win 7 and to see gronk play great as well. I know Kc has some whites in defense but no way I could stomach seeing mahomes win another.
     
  25. Warhawk_46

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    I hope that is the case as it seemed BB was fair to his white players (unlike nearly every other coach) but his historically all (or nearly all) black drafts suggest otherwise.

    Additionally, given BB’s success and historical standing do we really think he would put up with mandatory quotas from the league? I think if he was told can’t have whites any longer he would tell them to eat dirt and retire.
     

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