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  1. 1. Who do you want to win?



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Starting this one early.

 

I'm guessing most would rather the Texans win, but is there some doubt about going to play Houston for a third time?

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Texans. Fuller will tear his ball sack tomorrow. Plus, there’s nothing better than beating your division rival whenever you get the chance. 

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I don't things either teams D is built to stop the way we're playing right now.  The question then goes to offense, and clearly the chiefs are more talented than Texans.  The fact that they're a familiar division opponent makes me think twice, but I still prefer to play the Texans.

 

That said, we have the recipe to beat either one.

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Last night I said Texans, but honestly... I don't think it matters. Whoever wins it will only mean the better team won. We've had wins against both teams, but even if we didn't so what? In the playoffs it doesn't matter. It's which team makes more plays at the end of the day.

 

Short answer is idgaf. Whoever it is, bring em on.

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