Manning was 30-for-38, but I will tell you the majority of these passes were flat or hot route passes to Dallas Clark or the RB (Joseph Addai and Dominic Rhodes). The Chiefs did a great job of taking away Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne downfield, but Manning did the right thing and found the underneath route a lot. The defense really stepped up for them (pretty much played like we do most every week), and the biggest reason they won that game is Manning didn't panic or force anything.
Indy reminded me of us a lot, so I'm hoping that if the Seahawks manage to take away the WRs downfield, Rex Grossman will know to look underneath. You may not get all your yards immediately, but it can get to be really effective if they continue to allow the underneath routes.
Just something I saw that reminded me of the Bears. QB struggling but kept it simple, and it worked out really well.