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The Prognosticator – Week 11

This is a game that the Steelers should dominate, but won’t. The Chiefs
will play some gutsy football with a skeleton crew for a team. Larry
Johnson
is a distant memory, Dwayne
Bowe

decided the games were better in High Definition anyway and what’s left
is primarily backups, career journeymen, perhaps a few UFL players and
a coaching staff that looks like they should have their own comedy
series. But yet, they’re human. No one will be surprised when they show
up at the stadium on Sunday to discover the Steelers are the team on
the other side of the field. To a man, they know who they’re playing,
what they’re capable of, and to a man, they’ll man-up and play hard as
they all have a lot to play for. Their futures. When you strip a team
down to it’s bare bones and adversity like the Steelers appear on your
doorstep, strange things happen. Guys play. Guys prepare, all week, get
sleep, do everything they are supposed to do to be ready for the
Steelers and while we won’t know the names, and while we won’t know the
heroes, the Chiefs will play some surprisingly good football with a
handful of spare parts against one of the power-house teams in the
AFC.

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