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  • bhdevault

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  • Felixxberg

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    @Ando37 said...

    Tried this with a small Soccer contest to test it out, you still need to manually check it though unless im missing something?

    Must be an easier way to check unique line ups?

    470,000 entries in the superbowl contest so manually isn’t an option on that.

    fantasylabs.com has that info, but it could take an hour to load because of the number of entries. They list everyone’s entries and you can easily see if you have a dupe.

  • odanny

    @emnj69 said...

    chiefs are going to smoke the niners-they stopped henry and will have no trouble stopping the niners rbs-the addition of guys like Suggs was huge too- the niners are going to find out you cant stop an impossible force aka the chiefs offense-way too much talent there for the niners and too much speed too and they will be playing in warm weather-the niners had trouble with guys that can run at qb-the only hope for SF is KC comes out slowly like the past two weeks but I dont think that happens this week. I think KC comes out hot and smokes them -your MVP will be PM

  • JSteele

    @Ando37 said...

    Tried this with a small Soccer contest to test it out, you still need to manually check it though unless im missing something?

    Must be an easier way to check unique line ups?

    470,000 entries in the superbowl contest so manually isn’t an option on that.

    You can do it with an Excel filter. Just find your lineup and copy it into the filter, this will give you the number of matching lineups.

  • Ando37

    Thanks for the replies folks. Hopefully I can get the info sorted.

  • odanny

    Super Bowl’s are so dependent on momentum. It’s why a wildcard like the Giants can defeat an undefeated Patriots team, , and it’s why a Titans team can defeat a much better Ravens team this year. Right now the momentum is with the Chiefs, especially at the QB position. I’ve already shown how the Chiefs D has vastly improved into a top 5 defense, but the real disparity in this game is at the QB position:

    This postseason:

    Jimmy G:
    Pass YPG 104.0
    TD-INT 1-1
    Rating 83.6

    Mahomes:
    Pass YPG 307.5
    TD-INT 8-0
    Rating: 131.5

  • JSteele

    @odanny said...

    Super Bowl’s are so dependent on momentum. It’s why a wildcard like the Giants can defeat an undefeated Patriots team, , and it’s why a Titans team can defeat a much better Ravens team this year. Right now the momentum is with the Chiefs, especially at the QB position. I’ve already shown how the Chiefs D has vastly improved into a top 5 defense, but the real disparity in this game is at the QB position:

    This postseason:

    Jimmy G:
    Pass YPG 104.0
    TD-INT 1-1
    Rating 83.6

    Mahomes:
    Pass YPG 307.5
    TD-INT 8-0
    Rating: 131.5

    I mean if you look at Yards/Completion for both QBs Mahomes is only slightly better in the last two playoff games. Jimmy G is right around 12 and Mahomes is around 13.

  • HoodsFromTheWood

    @odanny said...

    Super Bowl’s are so dependent on momentum. It’s why a wildcard like the Giants can defeat an undefeated Patriots team, , and it’s why a Titans team can defeat a much better Ravens team this year

    KC has won 8 in a row?? Momentum?

  • HoodsFromTheWood

    @odanny said...

    Super Bowl’s are so dependent on momentum. It’s why a wildcard like the Giants can defeat an undefeated Patriots team,

    One could argue momentum was on the NE, winners of 16 straight, side, not the Giants

  • Logan7777

    @odanny said...

    Super Bowl’s are so dependent on momentum. It’s why a wildcard like the Giants can defeat an undefeated Patriots team, , and it’s why a Titans team can defeat a much better Ravens team this year. Right now the momentum is with the Chiefs, especially at the QB position. I’ve already shown how the Chiefs D has vastly improved into a top 5 defense, but the real disparity in this game is at the QB position:

    This postseason:

    Jimmy G:
    Pass YPG 104.0
    TD-INT 1-1
    Rating 83.6

    Mahomes:
    Pass YPG 307.5
    TD-INT 8-0
    Rating: 131.5

    If you look at Kittle and the entire Niner WR core of players, along with Jimmy G, they were all a bust fantasy point wise during the playoffs…….All because the Niners didn’t need to use them to win and and get to the SB. So to use this comparison is irrelevant, and meaningless. Sunday is a whole new weekend and nobody knows where it goes til it’s over.

  • BIF

    @odanny said...

    I’ve already shown how the Chiefs D has vastly improved into a top 5 defense,

    Huh ? Top 5 ?

    Maybe in their 4 team division, yah they are Top 5

    People beating on SF for not playing anyone, the Chiefs D had better stats the 2nd half because they didn’t play anyone.

    Woo hoo, the Chiefs held Drew Lock and Mitch Trubisky to 3 points each….a real juggernaut !!

  • BIF

    @Logan7777 said...

    If you look at Kittle and the entire Niner WR core of players, along with Jimmy G, they were all a bust fantasy point wise during the playoffs…….All because the Niners didn’t need to use them to win and and get to the SB. So to use this comparison is irrelevant, and meaningless. Sunday is a whole new weekend and nobody knows where it goes til it’s over.

    Agreed – SF led early in both games while KC’s “Top 5” defense was down 24-0 and 17-7 so they had to throw and throw a bunch so you can’t compare how these two teams got here.

  • TopDawgs07

    BIF, I feel like you’re leaning SF in this game. Which to be honest, will help me verify I’m on the right side if that’s so…..

  • odanny

    @BIF said...

    Huh ? Top 5 ?

    Maybe in their 4 team division, yah they are Top 5

    People beating on SF for not playing anyone, the Chiefs D had better stats the 2nd half because they didn’t play anyone.

    Woo hoo, the Chiefs held Drew Lock and Mitch Trubisky to 3 points each….a real juggernaut !!

    Since Week 12, up til now, top 5.

  • odanny

    @Logan7777 said...

    If you look at Kittle and the entire Niner WR core of players, along with Jimmy G, they were all a bust fantasy point wise during the playoffs…….All because the Niners didn’t need to use them to win and and get to the SB. So to use this comparison is irrelevant, and meaningless. Sunday is a whole new weekend and nobody knows where it goes til it’s over.

    They didn’t need to use them because they didn’t play anybody in the playoffs. Having a QB who doesn’t need to throw against weak competition in his only playoff starts is one of the worst arguments I’ve ever heard for how prepared someone is to lead their team to the Lombardi trophy.

  • 33BeRad

    The one consistent I hear on radio, tv and forums is how much of a shootout this is going to be and the over is easy money. I think the under is the better play. SF is going to win 22-17. Captain Gould will bring me the gold!

  • JSteele

    @odanny said...

    They didn’t need to use them because they didn’t play anybody in the playoffs. Having a QB who doesn’t need to throw against weak competition in his only playoff starts is one of the worst arguments I’ve ever heard for how prepared someone is to lead their team to the Lombardi trophy.

    oh danny

  • squidkill

    @Hoods From The Wood said...

    One could argue momentum was on the NE, winners of 16 straight, side, not the Giants

    Seriously? I swear u do this on purpose

  • squidkill

    @squidkill said...

    Seriously? I swear u do this on purpose

    Disregard. You didn’t originally bring it up. Those wounds will never heal.

  • BIF

    @TopDawgs07 said...

    BIF, I feel like you’re leaning SF in this game. Which to be honest, will help me verify I’m on the right side if that’s so…..

    I think the game can go either way but I see more paths to victory for SF plus the public is on KC pretty heavily and the last I checked they don’t build many casinos because the public is right.

  • bcandrws

    @BIF said...

    You can’t pick one-off reg season games to assess a matchup; I can say the Chiefs suck because they lost at home in KC vs Indy and couldn’t score more than 13 points with a healthy Mahomes !

    Yes Lamar ran for 106 vs SF but that was because they shit down the passing game and held him to 105yds passing and he was running for his life – don’t just look at one stat – the Niners dominated both lines of scrimmage that game vs Baltimore and in no way should have lost on a last second FG.

    Again, people can pick on this or that about SF, but they were as close to being unbeaten right now as anyone since the Patriots were 18-0 heading to the SB. Last play of the game FG vs Baltimore in a game they dominated; OT FG loss vs Seattle in a game that went back/forth and a Julio TD that broke the plane with 2 seconds left in a total letdown spot at home after having just played GB/Balt/NO. The Niners don’t always win pretty but they do what it takes to win.

    Even though that game against indy they had backup offensive linemen playing because the o line was banged up, watkins and hill both didn’t play because they were both hurt

  • bcandrws

    @JSteele said...

    @emnj69 Explain how the Chargers were able to keep the Chiefs in check. Mahomes threw 19/32 times and ended up with 182 yards. Tyreek Hill was injured early (but they had Hardman who is also fast) Was it the Chargers above average secondary (Niners are better), what about their pass rush with Joey Bosa and co (Niners have Nick Bosa). What about how the Patriots contained KC to 23 points? Niners secondary actually grades out better than the Patriots for the season.

    Hardman is not a good route runner he is a deep threat/slash burner. Big difference between the 2. Hill is used all over the field because of his route running abilities the same as kelce.

  • feezyg

    I believe the 49ers trounce KC. I fear one man on KC: Mahomes. All this disrespectful talk about SF having an easy schedule is a joke. The Chiefs had one the easiest schedules i ever saw in NFL history. When they did play a halfway decent team, they lost (very same Packers SF just demolished for one). I dont have the time or patience to run down the 20 red flags for KC but heres a few:

    1. Andy Reid track record (choke artist, lost SB previous).
    2. Big deficits (lack of discipline, maturity, not ready).
    3. No defense whatsoever
    4. Played no one who can prepare them for this.
    5. Ducked Bellichik and Brady ( super bowl litmus test)
    6. Frontrunners in general (go down 17-0 on these guys you wont be coming back)

    I could literally list 20 more if i wanted.
    Bottom line is this: SF has been the best team ALL YEAR. Dont let the armchair QBs on this forum steer you wrong, Vegas either. One last point. Ive seen these 49ers win every type of game from a 48 46 shootout with Drew Brees to a 9 0 slugfest with the Redskins. However you wanna play they will oblige you. KC has one shot: Mahomes throwings 4 TDs to Kelce, good luck with that. Half the field will be off limits (Sherman), and how big is the gap between Kelce Hill Watkins and Kittle Deebo Sanders? Not very. Now add in 49ers ground game (which is close but only one team is facing a defense here) and what you end up with is Mahomes vs the world. Ill take the world…

  • fitz2k2

    @feezyg said...

    I believe the 49ers trounce KC. I fear one man on KC: Mahomes. All this disrespectful talk about SF having an easy schedule is a joke. The Chiefs had one the easiest schedules i ever saw in NFL history. When they did play a halfway decent team, they lost (very same Packers SF just demolished for one). I dont have the time or patience to run down the 20 red flags for KC but heres a few:

    1. Andy Reid track record (choke artist, lost SB previous).
    2. Big deficits (lack of discipline, maturity, not ready).
    3. No defense whatsoever
    4. Played no one who can prepare them for this.
    5. Ducked Bellichik and Brady ( super bowl litmus test)
    6. Frontrunners in general (go down 17-0 on these guys you wont be coming back)

    I could literally list 20 more if i wanted.
    Bottom line is this: SF has been the best team ALL YEAR. Dont let the armchair QBs on this forum steer you wrong, Vegas either. One last point. Ive seen these 49ers win every type of game from a 48 46 shootout with Drew Brees to a 9 0 slugfest with the Redskins. However you wanna play they will oblige you. KC has one shot: Mahomes throwings 4 TDs to Kelce, good luck with that. Half the field will be off limits (Sherman), and how big is the gap between Kelce Hill Watkins and Kittle Deebo Sanders? Not very. Now add in 49ers ground game (which is close but only one team is facing a defense here) and what you end up with is Mahomes vs the world. Ill take the world…

    I agree with ya. I notice the media non stop is talking about chiefs. List all chiefs speedsters, but they only use hill,kelce and watkins. Rest of chiefs wrs are non factors. Being eagles fan for years. Andy reid always goofs up in big games. 49ers win with ease.

  • feezyg

    @fitz2k2 said...

    I agree with ya. I notice the media non stop is talking about chiefs. List all chiefs speedsters, but they only use hill,kelce and watkins. Rest of chiefs wrs are non factors. Being eagles fan for years. Andy reid always goofs up in big games. 49ers win with ease.

    Richard Sherman. But hey 2 out of 3 aint bad (if you trust sammy, I dont).

  • hautalak

    emnjj69 – Yes, I think the Chiefs will win but man you are making it rough for those of us that think they’ll win. I was under the impression the Niners were not as good as their record but I have been proved wrong time and time again! Besides speed and Mahomes what makes you think it will be so easy?

    In the end this one will come down to coaching and who doesn’t make that dumb (game changing) mistake. Both coaches are known for doing so. Either way we have a game to look forward to! Unlike many other recent years.

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