Fair play to the Rams Special Teams for a couple of clutch kicks - Legatron is back in full force, that looked like it would have been good from 70. The Saints were completely jobbed on that non-call but plenty of people have reason to think it was delicious irony:
Steelers fans for week 16 and the phantom PI calls on Joe Haden
Vikings fans for awful refball in the 2009 NFC Championship Game
Bountygate (see point 3)
Looking forward to the AFC Championship Game. Got the Pats winning it but would obviously prefer KC to make it to their first Super Bowl in nearly 50 years.
Chiefs I feel was a tad unlucky a very close game which was really settled on a coin toss as it seemed neither D would get a stop in OT but I think the Chiefs are set up well for the future Mahomes is a legit Franchise QB and they have other good pieces especially if they can draft well on the defence.
London games announced for next year. Got Panthers @ Buccs, Bears @ Raiders, Rams @ Bengals and Texans @ Jags. Of them the most intriguing ones are the Panthers and Jags games would say.
Re last night it's a mark of just how explosive that KC offense is when you consider the Pats dominated time of possession by over 20 minutes, ran 94 plays, made 36 first downs and were 13 of 19 on third down. All that would suggest the game should have been a complete blowout but the brilliance of that Chiefs offense (with minimal production from Hill and Kelce) took it to overtime.
Shame though that some of the officiating in both games overshadowed things a bit though. The more egregious being in the case of the Saints. Probably getting to the point I think the NFL should make everything including penalties reviewable.