Sunday, October 2, 2016

31 84 127 | Steelers vs Chiefs, SNF, October 2, 2016 +Why I like Steelers and #84, Antonio Brown

Sunday Night Football will be the 31st meeting all-time between the Steelers and Chiefs in the regular season.  The Steelers lead the series 20-10, something like both teams current records of 2-1.  By the end of the game, the Steelers should be 3-1, and the Chiefs 2-2.


31, the 11th prime; football, a game of 11 vs 11; Chief = 31 (Singular) (Chiefs = 32/41/50)

Big Ben is also trying to win his 127th career win, a span of 127-days before the Super Bowl in Houston.  127 is the 31st prime.


'Thirty-one' also has connection to Pennsylvania, home of the 'Steelers'.




The last time the Chiefs won in Pittsburgh, was December 21, 1986.


The last time the Chiefs won, was their last matchup, last season, on a date with '50' numerology.


10/25/15 = 10+25+15 = 50


Kansas City Chiefs = 64/73/91/100/172
Kansas City = 32/41/50/59; Chiefs = 32/41/50 (32nd game between teams counting playoffs)

Pittsburgh Steelers = 81/108
Pittsburgh = 50/59; Steelers = 31/49

This will be Mike Tomlin's 148th regular season game, going for his 95th win.  Notice he has 94-wins in 147-games.  Mike Tomlin = 49; Steelers = 31/49



If Mike Tomlin wins, number 95 will come 126-days before the upcoming Super Bowl.  Week 4 began Thursday, September 29, 2016, 129-days before the big game.  Ninety-Five = 129

As for 'Big Ben', he will be playing for his 116th regular season win.  Big Ben has the right gematria for Sunday Night Football.



'39' has always been a relevant number to SNF.  Notice the first SNF game on NBC was between the Colts and Giants, or '39' and '39'.



2/5/2012 = 2+5+20+12 = 39 (Super Bowl 46, in Indy, won by Giants)


On the opposite side of the ball is Chiefs coach Andy Reid, and QB Alex Smith, who has a '39' connection of his own.


Let us compare Smith's and Roethlisberger's records.


Big Ben is going for his 127th win, coming in with 126, 126-days before the Super Bowl, February 5, 2017.  It is also a total span of 127-days.


Alex Smith is trying to win number 73, and his 31st on the road.  If Smith does get the upset, remember he got #31, on the road, against the Steelers.


Notice Ben comes in with 172-regular season games played.


In the regular season, Big Ben is playing for win #116, and Alex, #71.

The coach of the Chiefs, Andy Reid, will be trying to earn his 34th win as the Chiefs coach, and his 164th win all-time.  He comes in with '33' wins, facing the team established in '33, the Steelers.  The Steelers play in Pennsylvania, the 'Keystone' State.  Keystone = 33

Andy Reid used to coach there, with the Eagles.  Eagles = 22/31/49; Steelers = 31/49

If Andy Reid loses, it will be loss #112.  Houston = 31/40/112



Between the QBs, coaches, and teams, the narrative favors the Steelers, who are favorites.  For the icebreaker, #84 with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Antonio Brown, has a favorable night lining up for him.

First, notice that this is the 84th season of the Steelers (same with Eagles).



For #84, this game comes 84-days after his birthday.



Notice that he has '40' career receiving TDs heading into this game.



If Antonio Brown were to catch 4 TDs, he would have '44'.  The divisors of '44' sum to '84'.

In his career he has never had more than 2 TD grabs in a game.  Bringing his total to '42' on this date, with '2 more grabs', would be symbolic, and I think it is likely.  Touchdown = 42; Freemason = 42

http://www.nfl.com/player/antoniobrown/2508061/careerstats

As for #84 for the Chiefs, who are not in their 84th year of existence, he doesn't get much action.  To date, he has one career TD.


http://www.nfl.com/player/demetriusharris/2541187/profile