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kcvet
10-07-2012, 07:09 PM
http://larrybrownsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/chiefs-banner-fire-pioli-bench-cassel-530x297.jpg

I was at Lowe's a few hours ago and an employee told me about this. and we're mad ?? !!!

FIRE PIOLI, BENCH CASSEL - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvwoiKuzpBM&feature=player_embedded)

KCraised
10-07-2012, 07:25 PM
Love it

Lord-Chiefy
10-07-2012, 07:25 PM
Live it

KCraised
10-07-2012, 07:26 PM
Should say "Fire Pioli, for starters."

kcvet
10-07-2012, 07:35 PM
I didn't hear about Cassels' head jury till I got home. but just read fans started cheering. then Winson came back and let the fans have it. this is gettin' outta control

lightsout58
10-07-2012, 07:47 PM
thank you ! offensive cordinator should be ashamed !

LlamaNinja
10-07-2012, 07:49 PM
I didn't hear about Cassels' head jury till I got home. but just read fans started cheering. then Winson came back and let the fans have it. this is gettin' outta control
Well I was watchin it on TV and you heard a LOT of boos through the game and while there was some cheering it wasnt too loud. I think Winston is the weak link though and it is kinda funny he is the one that said something. At the end of the day it is him and the other guys job to protect the QB.

KCdrummer
10-07-2012, 09:24 PM
courtesy of chiefs planet

McLovin
10-07-2012, 09:35 PM
As much as I agree with the message, and I want Cassel benched and think Pioli has brought it on himself. I feel this money is wasted and would be so much better put to use feeding those in need, helping fire victims or storm victims. Donated to Harvesters or a homeless shelter ... I can not agree with the decision to give 1600 dollars to protest a football team..... God Bless ... Pray for people ... not a winning football team.

Chiefster
10-08-2012, 03:06 AM
There is never a reason to cheer when a player, regardless of how unpopular, gets hurt.

McLovin
10-08-2012, 04:29 AM
There is never a reason to cheer when a player, regardless of how unpopular, gets hurt.

Chiefster you know I respect you tremendously but you aren't getting it ... very few if any were cheering that he was injured ... all who were cheering were cheering that Egolis hands were tied and there was finally going to be a change ... Cassel wasn't motionless on the ground ... there weren't prayers over his limp body ... The cheers were that finally there was no choice he was coming out of the game and Quinn was going in.... Period ... this is KC not Oakland we weren't cheering an injury we were cheering a chance.

jb908
10-08-2012, 01:15 PM
Love It

KCraised
10-08-2012, 01:30 PM
Chiefster you know I respect you tremendously but you aren't getting it ... very few if any were cheering that he was injured ... all who were cheering were cheering that Egolis hands were tied and there was finally going to be a change ... Cassel wasn't motionless on the ground ... there weren't prayers over his limp body ... The cheers were that finally there was no choice he was coming out of the game and Quinn was going in.... Period ... this is KC not Oakland we weren't cheering an injury we were cheering a chance.

Good post. I assure people that if Cassel were taken off on a backboard, that 99% of that crowd wouldve gave him a classy standing ovation. But Eric W. Might take that offensively and completely wrong, too.
Cheering for Quinn when he came in, is light years better and more understandable than cheering when Cassel was walking off the field. I assure you the vast majority was for the 1st. And agree there is more anger towards Pioli, Crennel, and Daboll for thier gameplan and management in THIS game. I actually felt pretty bad for Cassel this game. He looked like a scared rabbit. Ive never seen him like that level.

nigeriannightmare
10-08-2012, 01:49 PM
Chiefster you know I respect you tremendously but you aren't getting it ... very few if any were cheering that he was injured ... all who were cheering were cheering that Egolis hands were tied and there was finally going to be a change ... Cassel wasn't motionless on the ground ... there weren't prayers over his limp body ... The cheers were that finally there was no choice he was coming out of the game and Quinn was going in.... Period ... this is KC not Oakland we weren't cheering an injury we were cheering a chance.

Dude you said you didn't care how he left injury included. That statement in itself is classless. And spin it any way you want it.

You don't like the qb play of matt cassel but how long have you been a fan, this franchise hasn't invested well in the qb position for a long time. Okay we had Montana for 2 yrs, but grbac, bono, deberg, krieg, bill kenney.....is your memory that short.

nigeriannightmare
10-08-2012, 01:50 PM
trent green maybe the exception but he didn't play here for very long.

kcvet
10-08-2012, 01:54 PM
Winston's comment has gone viral on all media's and many forums. I think we just got the black eye

Seek
10-08-2012, 02:02 PM
As much as I agree with the message, and I want Cassel benched and think Pioli has brought it on himself. I feel this money is wasted and would be so much better put to use feeding those in need, helping fire victims or storm victims. Donated to Harvesters or a homeless shelter ... I can not agree with the decision to give 1600 dollars to protest a football team..... God Bless ... Pray for people ... not a winning football team.

You must listen to Nick Athan as he said the same thing this morning and as most things I disagreed with him and you. The funders of that fly over can spend their money any way they feel, just as the Chiefs most likely wasted money on the Civilian fly over etc... If you do not agree on them spending 1600 dollars to protest a football team, then how about all the fools paying 1600 to suppor the team by by season tickets and going to the games and spending 25 dollars at the gate and 8 dollars a beer.

Yes, I thinkt he money could have been spent on something better, but they did help that pilot feed his kids and put money back into the economy.

McLovin
10-08-2012, 05:02 PM
You must listen to Nick Athan as he said the same thing this morning and as most things I disagreed with him and you. The funders of that fly over can spend their money any way they feel, just as the Chiefs most likely wasted money on the Civilian fly over etc... If you do not agree on them spending 1600 dollars to protest a football team, then how about all the fools paying 1600 to suppor the team by by season tickets and going to the games and spending 25 dollars at the gate and 8 dollars a beer.

Yes, I thinkt he money could have been spent on something better, but they did help that pilot feed his kids and put money back into the economy.
This is the part I often forget .. I have felt guilty for wanting to buy a car instead of keeping the old one and donating to charity ... but if everyone felt that way I would be out of a job as I work for a major automaker .. I recently started considering buying a new car...

Also I dont think that this company (The Chiefs) is putting a 1600 dollar product on the field and so far this year even though I now live 10 minutes from the stadium rather then 7 hours I have chosen so far to donate money to charity rather than buy tickets to go see a game... Might still this year but it is looking more doubtful by the week. Thank you for putting this in perspective I will try to keep those receiving the money in mind going forward rather than just the money being spent. Every time money is spent someone is the beneficiary.

Eydugstr
10-08-2012, 05:08 PM
On the bright side, we got to learn something. I now understand what $1600 flying away looks like.

Chiefster
10-08-2012, 05:32 PM
Chiefster you know I respect you tremendously but you aren't getting it ... very few if any were cheering that he was injured ... all who were cheering were cheering that Egolis hands were tied and there was finally going to be a change ... Cassel wasn't motionless on the ground ... there weren't prayers over his limp body ... The cheers were that finally there was no choice he was coming out of the game and Quinn was going in.... Period ... this is KC not Oakland we weren't cheering an injury we were cheering a chance.

Personal respect is mutual bud and I hope your right that people where not just giddy over the injury to Cassel.

jason1981
10-08-2012, 09:36 PM
On the bright side, we got to learn something. I now understand what $1600 flying away looks like.

That is funny. And who ever criticizes.them for spending there money on it has no right to. Cuz like one of you said why dont they criticize the ones who has season tickets and pay for the parking and food cuz that could go to charity as well. And if i remember correctly it wasnt one person doing it and it was several chipping in. It was a great idea but though not sure if it would make a difference but at this point what could it hurt atleast they tried to send a message to the chiefs. Only thing i think will make a difference if people stopped buying tickets. Anyways everyone wastes money one way or another.