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chief31
11-06-2007, 11:26 AM
Will the Chiefs be able to maintain their first-place seating, after the Broncos play in Arrowhead? Or will they fall to the Broncos?

hermhater
11-06-2007, 05:57 PM
They will beat the Broncs at home.

McLovin
11-06-2007, 06:00 PM
If the Chiefs lose to the Broncos, then Herm sees the light and makes sweeping changes including Drummond, Huard, Bring in new O-Line and clean up around the corners (Law), then I ask is it really a loss.

hermhater
11-06-2007, 06:03 PM
I wouldn't be able to show my face if we lost to the Broncos as home.

I hate the Broncos.

hermhater
11-06-2007, 06:04 PM
If the Chiefs lose to the Broncos, then Herm sees the light and makes sweeping changes including Drummond, Huard, Bring in new O-Line and clean up around the corners (Law), then I ask is it really a loss.

I am bad with names, so I'll just call you WRONG!

:lol:

chief31
11-07-2007, 03:09 AM
If the Chiefs lose to the Broncos, then Herm sees the light and makes sweeping changes including Drummond, Huard, Bring in new O-Line and clean up around the corners (Law), then I ask is it really a loss.

So I assume that you will be rooting against the Chiefs as a whole? lol.

But I must add that there doesn't appear to be anything that could be done, as far as bringing in subs along the O-line. The only thing that I see would be the possibility of replacing Wiegmann.

Rudy Niswanger is bigger and probably stronger that Wiegmann. But certainly not as athletic.

The rest of the backups that we had are gone. They all got cut, to start the season. Kevin Sampson got the axe, and so did Tre Stallings, (The guy that Will Shields was talking so well about during training camp.) I'm not sure why either got the axe, but they are gone. Stallings may have gone to the practice squad. I don't know for sure.

hermhater
11-07-2007, 03:46 AM
So I assume that you will be rooting against the Chiefs as a whole? lol.

But I must add that there doesn't appear to be anything that could be done, as far as bringing in subs along the O-line. The only thing that I see would be the possibility of replacing Wiegmann.

Rudy Niswanger is bigger and probably stronger that Wiegmann. But certainly not as athletic.

The rest of the backups that we had are gone. They all got cut, to start the season. Kevin Sampson got the axe, and so did Tre Stallings, (The guy that Will Shields was talking so well about during training camp.) I'm not sure why either got the axe, but they are gone. Stallings may have gone to the practice squad. I don't know for sure.

I read the same thing. He is gonna be the future of the Chiefs at center though.

Just hope he has the ability to run the offense, because we ain't calling audibles, and the coaches are calling poor decisions against defenses.

McLovin
11-07-2007, 10:58 AM
So I assume that you will be rooting against the Chiefs as a whole? lol.

But I must add that there doesn't appear to be anything that could be done, as far as bringing in subs along the O-line. The only thing that I see would be the possibility of replacing Wiegmann.

Rudy Niswanger is bigger and probably stronger that Wiegmann. But certainly not as athletic.

The rest of the backups that we had are gone. They all got cut, to start the season. Kevin Sampson got the axe, and so did Tre Stallings, (The guy that Will Shields was talking so well about during training camp.) I'm not sure why either got the axe, but they are gone. Stallings may have gone to the practice squad. I don't know for sure.

As far as rooting against the Chiefs, absolutely not, but if fate (and the Donks) deals the Chiefs a loss and we are better for it, then well maybe I would find some solace, Although I just dont think I could handle a loss to the donks under any circumstances.

Tre Stallings is on the practice squad, maybe if we have to put LJ on the IR then that would be a good activation. Even if he was on inactive some, he would get more time with the team, I think.