Originally posted by GrimisWhat's scary for the Chiefs are the fact that they had the ball for two-thirds of the game and still nearly lost...
I thought the Chiefs would be cock-a-hoop about that game. They shut down J-Lew for the most part, made Kyle Boller look like, well Kyle Boller, and moved the ball steadily and effectively against the best D in the league.
The Ravens have far more reason to worry based on that. Thats the Chiefs and the Browns more or less shut down the Ravens O, and they're far from being great defences. From a Baltimore point of view Heap can't come back quick enough.
Even the two jaunts to NY won't be easy unless they find a way to pick up they're game two or three notches.
Having said that KC are still gonna have to step it up again too if they want to get back in the playoff race. Their schedule looks pretty shit hard from here on in.
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Well, Keyshawn alone is not scary. But when's he's your possession guy with Terry Glenn, Antonio Bryant and Joey Galloway (looks like he's staying put maybe) at your other receiver slots...a pretty darn solid offensive line, a functional QB (Couch)