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The good, the bad, the ugly...

The Good:

Obviously Justin Houston had a terrific game with his 3 sacks. Tamba Hali had a nice pick-6. However, I was more impressed with the play of another member of the Chiefs D. Dontari Poe was unstoppable today. Very often was he in the backfield, creating pressure. Poe is a rising star on this team, a player who is going to go beyond any of our expectations this year.

The Bad:

I'm not too concerned with the Chiefs lackluster offense in the 2nd half. They continually moved the ball downfield but always seemed to come up short on 3rd and short situations. Unfortunately, it always seemed to be just outside of Succop's distance. I was somewhat disappointed with the performance of Fasano, who dropped a few catches that I thought should have been caught, but he made up for it with his nice "drag-a-few-players" reach for a first down. The player I was really disappointed with was our punter, Dustin Colquitt. The block was clearly not his fault, but his punts were consistently bad. The punter from Jacksonville was definitely the better punter in this game, no doubt about it.

The Ugly:

This one is easy. Nothing ugly about this game. Just the unfortunate camera view of Tyson Jackson's bare ass on live television. Funny, to say the least, but the player who pulled down his pants should seriously be fined, lol.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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