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10 things to know, from Monday night’s NBC SportsTalk

Every Monday night, Russ Thaler and I take a look at the 10 things you need to know after Sunday’s games on NBC SportsTalk (VERSUS, 6:00 p.m. ET).

Every Tuesday, if I remember, I share the clip with those of you who may have missed it.

And then I try to make those of you who missed it feel bad for missing it.

And then I accept the fact that guilt trips only work when applied by mothers, mothers-in-law, or grandmothers.

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4 Responses to “10 things to know, from Monday night’s NBC SportsTalk”
  1. tatum064 says: Dec 20, 2011 10:02 AM

    KC simply didnt turn the ball over, ran and managed the defense well..it’s indicator that Romeo Crennel can call a fairly effective defense, if the QB can make plays. He did a good job on Tom Brady for at least the first half as well…

  2. jjackwagon says: Dec 20, 2011 10:59 AM

    Chiefs have had some BIG roadblocks this year. Losing Charles, Berry & Moeaki to start the season, and then some bonehead moves by Haley(playing Palko over Orton) and eventually firing Haley, but they are tougher than their Wins & Losses would indicate. 28-0 over an injured Raider squad is still tough in the Black Hole, then ending the Packs run for perfection. Holding Pittsburgh to 13 points. Bottom line; Don’t look past them or you will get beat.

  3. neilpountney says: Dec 20, 2011 11:34 AM

    I accept the fact that guilt trips only work when applied by mothers, mothers-in-law, or grandmothers.
    +++++++++++++++

    You forgot children!!!

  4. Derty Ernie says: Dec 20, 2011 11:46 AM

    If you look at the Pack victories and with that the success of the defense getting take-aways one thing is clear; they got ahead by a bunch and forced teams to pass to catch up.

    They got behind Kansas C and KC used a balanced attack of run and pass, keeping the offense off the field.

    Packers receivers can’t catch balls not being thrown.
    Defensive backs can’t intercept balls thrown sparingly to open receivers.

    To beat the Pack, get ahead stay ahead. This is not a good come from behind team when forced to throw and no offensive line to block.

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