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    No team has ever 3 peated in the Super Bowl era and when Mahomes does it before the age of 30 next year and before entering his prime,,,,bow down to the GOAT,,,,,4 les,,,4 Super Bowl MVP's,,,and a 3 peat before the age of 30,,,,,,nice.


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    Nick Wright predicted a 20-0 season this year, he might have been a season too early. If they keep the defense intact, resign Bieniemy and get a couple of good receivers, they could build the best KC team of the Mahomes' era. A three-peat capped with a 20-0 season gives Mahomes the GOAT edge on most people's eyes, imho.

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    Would be fun to see it happen, tbqh I enjoy watching Patrick Mahomes, noted diehard fan of the Dallas Mavericks.

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    I could see it happen tbh

    The NFL as a whole just sucks , and is full of choke artists or inconsistent teams. The 9ers are solid obviously, but outside of that, the NFC is as bad as I can recall it ever being. Only hope is maybe Jordan Love turns into something special. AFC has more talent, but the Ravens/Bills always fall apart when it matters. It's too bad there's no Manning/Brees/Rodgers etc level of quarterbacks to compete against

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    I could see it happen tbh

    The NFL as a whole just sucks , and is full of choke artists or inconsistent teams. The 9ers are solid obviously, but outside of that, the NFC is as bad as I can recall it ever being. Only hope is maybe Jordan Love turns into something special. AFC has more talent, but the Ravens/Bills always fall apart when it matters. It's too bad there's no Manning/Brees/Rodgers etc level of quarterbacks to compete against
    How much of that is coaching vs coaching effect in the NBA?

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    faggy opinion + certainty Mark Celibate's Avatar
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    How much of that is coaching vs coaching effect in the NBA?
    Will Hunting's theory of upper class parents pulling their quarterback sons out of football at an early age due to concussion risks is a pretty good explanation on why the QB position has gone downhill. But I have another theory to add on.

    Seems like this generation of players just doesn't care about the game or put in the time to 'love football' like previous generations did. Not saying it's a bad thing, but just what I've noticed with just about every swinging player (former or current) having his own podcast during the week, pimping brands on instagram etc. It's just the time we live in so it's whatever. A good example is that one Steelers receiver a few years back who made it a point to 'hit the stanky leg' on the opposing team's midfield logo and film it for TikTok every week. Despite teams saying they used it as motivation, he kept doing it because the social media street cred was that important to him. If I recall, he fumbled the ball one game too after a hard hit where the defender admitted he put a little 'extra' on it because of the disrespect. So it indirectly led to him playing worse.

    Also, Micah Parsons inviting Stephen A on his podcast recently to argue about whether or not "Dak has it or not". Just a pure circus to build his brand. Back in previous generations, teams would rally internally to block out the noise. Nowadays, a lot of teams (especially Dallas) like to engage with the media circus for entertainment. Just shows, to me, that purely focusing on football is not a thing anymore

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    Will Hunting's theory of upper class parents pulling their quarterback sons out of football at an early age due to concussion risks is a pretty good explanation on why the QB position has gone downhill. But I have another theory to add on.

    Seems like this generation of players just doesn't care about the game or put in the time to 'love football' like previous generations did. Not saying it's a bad thing, but just what I've noticed with just about every swinging player (former or current) having his own podcast during the week, pimping brands on instagram etc. It's just the time we live in so it's whatever. A good example is that one Steelers receiver a few years back who made it a point to 'hit the stanky leg' on the opposing team's midfield logo and film it for TikTok every week. Despite teams saying they used it as motivation, he kept doing it because the social media street cred was that important to him. If I recall, he fumbled the ball one game too after a hard hit where the defender admitted he put a little 'extra' on it because of the disrespect. So it indirectly led to him playing worse.

    Also, Micah Parsons inviting Stephen A on his podcast recently to argue about whether or not "Dak has it or not". Just a pure circus to build his brand. Back in previous generations, teams would rally internally to block out the noise. Nowadays, a lot of teams (especially Dallas) like to engage with the media circus for entertainment. Just shows, to me, that purely focusing on football is not a thing anymore
    Players are treating themselves as brands now, corporations with presumed shareholders and they want to squeeze out every penny from marketing antics. It's not much different than some do gooder corporations who "save lives" but sacrifice quality constantly to increase EPS. In the end it's about how well the individual can live. Both the sport/championship and the corporation/cause are pretty labels on a product designed to increase the wealth of the shareholder.

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    Chiefs have the greatest offensive line in American football history

    0 offensive holds committed in 13 Quarters versus the 49ers & Eagles dominant Dlines

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    Everyone notes how young Mahomes is and how much career he has left. Could that also work against him? Say he threepeats, wins 4 by the age of 30. Goat status to many if not most (but not all). Plays another 10-11 years until he’s 40 but doesn’t win another one. 4 in his first 7 full seasons. But no more. Would that make him Goat after the 4. But another decade of playing without anymore, would that drop him?

    Just throwing out that scenario.

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    Players are treating themselves as brands now, corporations with presumed shareholders and they want to squeeze out every penny from marketing antics. It's not much different than some do gooder corporations who "save lives" but sacrifice quality constantly to increase EPS. In the end it's about how well the individual can live. Both the sport/championship and the corporation/cause are pretty labels on a product designed to increase the wealth of the shareholder.
    Christ-a-mighty, boy, that's your first cogent post in a coon's age. Your finest hour, Lue.

    Lue

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    Chiefs have the greatest offensive line refs in American football history

    0 offensive holds called in 13 Quarters versus the 49ers & Eagles dominant Dlines
    Fixed

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    I can see it, the Kansas City Swifts get away with more holds, illegal formations and false starts than any other team in the league. Then Patty lashes out and cries on the sidelines, the one time it gets called

    2 mins to go, Chiefs have the ball, refs swallow the whistle, O line gets away with yet another blatant hold, and Patty goes on another "miraculous" 3rd down run to seal the deal.

    That's the Chiefs winning formula.
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    I can see it, the Kansas City Swifts get away with more holds, illegal formations and false starts than any other team in the league. Then Patty lashes out and cries on the sidelines, the one time it gets called

    2 mins to go, Chiefs have the ball, refs swallow the whistle, O line gets away with yet another blatant hold, and Patty goes on another "miraculous" 3rd down run to seal the deal.

    That's the Chiefs winning formula.
    The Pats fan crying about the refs.

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    I can see it, the Kansas City Swifts get away with more holds, illegal formations and false starts than any other team in the league. Then Patty lashes out and cries on the sidelines, the one time it gets called

    2 mins to go, Chiefs have the ball, refs swallow the whistle, O line gets away with yet another blatant hold, and Patty goes on another "miraculous" 3rd down run to seal the deal.

    That's the Chiefs winning formula.

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    Barring injury or the Bills changing HC's he's not going to lose anytime soon. Perhaps the Bengals could do it again if they retain Higgins, but every other team has a glaring flaw

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