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    • chad1336

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      Not just for the Super Bowl but for the entire postseason, well, except the Washington game.

    • Lawdy

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      hell of a game. i think bruce retires after next season and we promote him

    • Alldaway 2.0

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      Never understood the hatred toward Bruce Arians or Bowles.

      Are they perfect? No.

      But they can put together game plans.

      Build the trenches!

    • garfield

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      In the Washington game they didn’t have Devin White who was unbelievable all postseason long. But hey, he can’t play the pass or something dumb like that.

      • JBSouthpaw

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        Didn’t have Vea either for Wash.
        JPP and Shaq got better when he came back.

    • Alldaway 2.0

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      White isn’t a finished product. But he makes so many splash plays that his presence is felt when on the field.

      Build the trenches!

    • Detrimental

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      Bowles and Leftwich were brilliant all post season.

    • jcaulfield8

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      Leftwhich might just be the next big thing

    • Alldaway 2.0

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      Lefty I feel is just starting to find his groove. I don’t think he has reached his ceiling yet.

      Build the trenches!

    • Tunnelvizn

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      How many TDs did the vaunted KC offense score ??

    • Tunnelvizn

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      When was the last time that KC scored 0 TDs ????

    • Tunnelvizn

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      Booger was close to answering the question .

    • DEBUCSOWN

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      Bowles should be our HC once BA retires.

    • cgnumber7

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      By far best coached game in a long time! At the perfect time! Great job!!

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      His defense kept Mahomes out of the end zone tonight. NUFF SAID!!!!

    • buc-in-out

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      Guys, our offensive and defensive play-calling was FANTASTIC tonight. Bowles AND Leftwich called near perfect games.

      Committing to the run game, the creative screen passes and play action on 1st downs to take the heat off the Chiefs aggressive defensive playcalling, brilliance on behalf of Lefty and BA.

      Bowles called a HELLUVA game as well. This is the first time the Bucs literally abandoned the run defense and it worked out for us. We very seldomly blitzed, but my god the pressure we got from a 4 man rush. I heard on sports center, 29 pressures on 56 dropbacks from Mahommes. I feel like Lavante blanketed Kelce in man coverage all game.. playing Dean on Tyreek in man coverage instead of Davis, very smart.

      ZERO TDs to this Chiefs offense… we smacked the shit out of them. WOOOOOO! GOOOO BUCS!!!!

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      Enjoy Bowles while he’s still around. He will be a head coach after next season. In Tampa or somewhere else

    • Donkey_Hunter

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      Absolutely brilliant game called by Bowles.

      To hold the Chiefs to single digits is insane!

      • harrybucman

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        Donkey a while back you said Lefwhich was the teams biggest problem, the 0ne who’s holding it back. Do you still feel that way or are you man enough to admit you were wrong?

        • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by harrybucman.

      • Donkey_Hunter

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        He was the team’s biggest problem.

        And, didn’t Arians come out a few months ago claiming Brady calls the majority of plays.

        So, yeah. I feel like he was the weak link compared to Bowles.

        Hasn’t changed.

      • harrybucman

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        Donk you are who I thought you are. And not man enough to admit you judged the wine before it’s time.

      • Donkey_Hunter

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        Cool story, kiddo.

    • Roy

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      As TKraz said this morning, there are owners of losing teams asking their GMs why they didn’t hire Bowles. Especially in Detroit where they cancelled his interview.

      But you also have to credit Licht for patiently assembling this defense through the draft and free agency. Licht and Bowles were on the same page, Licht finding players that worked with Bowles’ scheme.

      The continuity is the key.

    • KyBucfan51

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      Wow what a night hopefully everyone will stay another year let’s go for 2.

    • seekpar

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      “Donkey a while back you said Lefwhich was the teams biggest problem, the 0ne who’s holding it back. Do you still feel that way or are you man enough to admit you were wrong?”

      Way back earlier in the season, a lot of us were critical about Lefty’s schemes and play-calling, along with Bowles’ performance as well. And rightfully so. It took some time for these guys to figure out how to utilize all the talent properly. Hats off to both now, a great playoff run and a Super Bowl Championship!

      • harrybucman

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        It just took a while for the whole thing to properly come together. Too many were negatively judging Bruce, Byron, Bowles, the young secondary, White. In this instant gratification world, very few were patient enough to let the team grow to maturity.

    • Biggs3535

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      Is this Todd “Hot Seat” Bowles were talking about for MVP?

    • BucBit2

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      Couple audio cuts last night of Brady saying no to calls from the sideline. One was a potential change of call during a timeout

      Bowles defense rocked game plan and execution. Pressure, LBs flying all over the damn place. David doing a good job on Kelce. Hill almost invisible

      • Roy

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        Yes a veteran pitcher can say no to the catcher, but a rookie pitcher better just nod and throw it. I saw one play with 3:46 left near end of the game where Brady said no to the play call and then nodded at the revision. Then he threw a deep incompletion when he should have handed off and killed some clock. But whatever so yeah Brady could override. So what?

    • BucBit2

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      I read all the shit here about his problems in coverage and I get it, but man you can see why they wanted White. Same with Winfield. Ballers.

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