It'll be interesting. Both the Chargers and the Colts defenses play a lot of zone, so the Patriots and Chiefs offenses both were able to play in the style you mentioned last weekend. But the Chiefs and Patriots defenses play a lot more man-to-man, where you're generally not conceding those six-yard gains like you do in zone. So the dink and dunk game may not be there. The Patriots defense certainly has its flaws, but it had the second-best completion percentage against in the NFL this year. When they played earlier in the year, KC had some extended drives, but they ended in field goals (or in one case, a red zone INT). None of their four TD drives were longer than four plays (to be fair, one of those drives was only 3 yards and one only 29). EDIT: I don't know why you'd want to play ball control, anyway. Limit the opponent's possessions and you limit your own, too. It's one thing if you're leading, or if you're the underdog, but scoring points is going to be way more important than eating clock.