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Old 01-07-2019, 05:11 PM  
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Your Top 5 most scarring sports outcomes...

So reading the Colts/Chiefs topic about the game in '96 that is a horror fest and how it scarred everyone gave me the idea for this topic...screw it, I'm curious about everyone else's...

Here's mine...

1. Colts/Chiefs '96 playoffs - What more needs to be said? Thought at the very least we were going to the Super Bowl and nope...I was devastated.

2. Blues/Red Wings - Game 7 '96 Western Conference Semfinals - Another "this is our year" moment...and Steve ****ing Yzerman in Double OT rips my heart out with the most seeing eye bullshit slapper ever. **** off.

3. Mizzou/Oklahoma '02 Elite Eight - Clarence Gilbert goes ice damn cold and Arthur Johnson couldn't hit a FT to save his life...yeah that about sums up this shit show. Nothing like losing to OU for the 1,769th time in a row with a chance to go to the Final Four on the line.

4. Phil Mickelson at the 2006 U.S. Open - This entire topic could be 1-5 Phil but this one takes the cake for me. I couldn't believe he was actually going to do it and win an Open after coming so close and then.........banana peel off the 18th tee. Compound that with a calamity trying to get to the green and a totally meltdown was in progress. I sat in silence as his chip for bogey and a playoff raced by the cup.

5. Game 7 2014 World Series - Thankfully 2015 dampened and lessened the blow of this loss even though it still stings pretty bad. Madison Bumgarner being possessed by Sandy Koufax, Bob Gibson, and Cy Young at once and watching it knowing the inevitable absolutely sucked. Then you have the ray of light Gordo triple in the 9th and the uncertainty of never knowing what would've happened had he been sent...

What an uplifting topic, yes I know.


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Old 01-07-2019, 05:22 PM   #2
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2010 home playoff loss

walked out of the stadium and felt like something had died inside me

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Old 01-07-2019, 05:22 PM   #3
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:23 PM   #4
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:23 PM   #5
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LOL I'm a huge golf nut and a huge Mickelson fan growing up...yes it sucked and yes I listed it.
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:24 PM   #6
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We must purge the negative now.......that and this topic always sparks great conversations, memories, etc.
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:27 PM   #7
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:29 PM   #8
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97 was worse than 95 for me.

As far as most scarring? Rose Bowl. Just pick one. LOL
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Old 01-07-2019, 05:30 PM   #9
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The playoff losses to the Colts, Donkeys, Ravens and Squeelers all hurt especially since I was at Arrowhead.
But, the game that scarred me was the Jan 2nd, 2000 home loss to the faiders. Being up 17-0 in the first 7 1/2 min to lose in OT, kicker kicking the ball OOB after KC scores and the long-long-long walk out to the car. Brutal... Not to mention DT loss shortly thereafter.
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The most recent would be the playoff loss to the Colts in 2014; up by 28 in the second half, and knowing...knowing they are going to lose.
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The Indy/Chiefs playoff game in 2014 wrecked me. I thought we were finally going to beat the Colts in the playoffs. Huge lead in the 3rd quarter. Well, you know what happened. I was devastated.

The loss last year against the Titans after we had a huge lead wasn't near as bad because I was conscious that it could happen after watching the collapse against the Colts. Been there done that. The 2013 game I was SURE we had it won. I was blind sided by that loss.

Some here get upset about people whining and being negative about our chances this year. That game is why I have serious doubts. It scarred me bad. I will NEVER feel confident in a Chiefs playoff win after that. It's easier to deal with the pain of a loss when you're expecting it.

At least until Mahomes leads us to our 2nd or 3rd Superbowl. Then I may start feeling more confident.
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All of the ones.

#1 of all time though has to be the Monday Night Meltdown. I was a kid. This was my first real taste of fandom-failure. I cried. I don't remember how old i was, but seeing DT lose his shit like that was a disaster. I threw my dad's beer at the T.V.

#2 Might be when DT died.

#3 The recent collapse against the colts.
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5. Bills 32 point comeback on Oilers (lived in Houston then and wanted to see Oilers win as long as they weren't playing the Chiefs).

4. Utah Jazz losing to the Bulls in 98.

3. 28 point comeback on the Chiefs vs Indy in 14

2. 96 playoff loss

1. 98 loss when we had Rich ****ing Gannon and didn't play him as the 1 seed vs Donkos
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