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wolfpack
11-12-2007, 07:51 AM
It was that kind of day for quarterback Damon Huard, who got pounded after fumbling in the third quarter. Denver recovered the ball and scored.



By the end of the third quarter, Larry Johnson had seen enough.
With the Chiefs down two scores, Damon Huard woozily sitting on the bench, coming to grips with the end of his starting career, and Priest Holmes impressively shaking off two years of rust, Kansas City’s highest-paid player limped out the front door of Arrowhead Stadium to his $450,000 Maybach 62 and chauffer.
By the end of the third, you knew all you needed to know about these Chiefs. They’re going nowhere, and it’s time to make some very difficult decisions.
The AFC West standings might define the Chiefs as a contending team, but Kansas City’s 4-5 record, stuck-in-neutral offense and impossible-to-watch-and-stomach, 27-11 loss to the injury-riddled-and-mediocre Broncos told an uncomfortable truth.
The Chiefs are rancid, and the only way to clean the stench is to make all decisions with next year in mind.
We know what happens when you back into the playoffs with a shoddy offensive line, washed-up quarterback and unimaginative, in-over-his-head offensive coordinator. You get eviscerated by a legitimate playoff squad. You fail to pick up a first down until late in the third quarter. You play offense so bad that Chris Berman can’t help but crack jokes when he shows the highlights on ESPN.
No one wants to see a KC-Indy sequel.
So it’s time to move on. Time to play the young guys, not just at quarterback.
Huard is done. I like him. He’s taken a beating playing behind a line that is just as ineffective blocking the run as it is in pass protection. Huard hasn’t complained. He’s absorbed the licks and tried to be more than what he is — a backup quarterback.
It’s now time to see whether Brodie Croyle is more than a backup. Now is the proper time. The pressure is off. Johnson is down for the season. Everyone, especially the veteran players, can accept that the Chiefs are not a real playoff team.
For the record, I don’t like Croyle’s footwork. He doesn’t step into his throws, and the ball sails on him. He threw an interception on Sunday for this exact reason. It’s an error that’s fixable, but it’s also an error that can cost you games and ruin a career.
It’s also clear that offensive coordinator Mike Solari is an outstanding offensive-line coach. He’s not a play-caller. He’s been elevated to his point of incompetence. Next year Solari should be reinstated as line coach and work on re-establishing that unit as a force. The center, right guard and right tackle all must be replaced.
On Sunday, Solari blew the game. The Broncos own the league’s worst run defense. Priest Holmes, to my surprise and probably the surprise of the coaching staff, looked damn good. He looked fresh. He looked shifty. He looked ready to carry the load and help the Chiefs win an ugly game.
Solari failed to take advantage. He chose odd times to throw the ball, especially opening the second half of a tight game with four straight passing plays, which resulted in a Huard interception and fumble.
When the game was over, I wanted to blame Holmes. I erroneously thought the Chiefs built a more aggressive game plan because Solari and Herm Edwards were unsure what Holmes could do in live action over an extended period. It’s hard for a coach to build a game plan around a guy who joined the team in late July, skipped the preseason and talks in circles.
I was wrong. After talking with several offensive players, I was assured the Chiefs built a Holmes-heavy game plan, and Solari failed to execute it. Holmes bounced outside for 11 yards in the first quarter, and Solari seemed to run Holmes inside too often the rest of the game.
I don’t remember any screen plays for Holmes. Solari didn’t make a concerted effort to get Holmes in space, let him use his vision and quicker-than-expected feet. Holmes’ numbers weren’t overwhelming (65 yards in 20 carries), but had Solari called the right plays at the right time, Holmes should’ve had about 24 carries for 85 yards and three or four receptions for an additional 40 yards.
There were moments in Sunday’s game when I had to remind myself to temper my outlook on Holmes’ play because Denver’s front seven is atrocious. But I am positive about one thing: even at age 34, Holmes is 10 times the back Johnson is in the passing game.
Holmes had little trouble and enthusiastically picked up Denver’s blitzes.
“I talked with Priest for about an hour this week, just about what the offensive line was seeing and trying to do,” guard Brian Waters told me. “He’s done a really good job of trying to understand what we’re doing.”
Ah, I’m off on a tangent talking about an old running back when the Chiefs’ entire focus needs to be on getting younger.

wolfpack
11-12-2007, 08:19 AM
this team isnt that good. out of the next seven games the only game i feel we could win is the faiders. the rest i dont know. start younger players and see what happens. have someone else call the plays. dont care who,as long as it isnt lapdog solari.

greg3564
11-12-2007, 02:44 PM
Hate to agree with Fatlock, but I agree with every point in that article. This team is headed for a disastrous season.

Chiefster
11-12-2007, 03:45 PM
:fatlock: at it again eh!

timsatt1
11-12-2007, 08:19 PM
This post is officially endorsed by Tim Satterfield (timsatt1)



It was that kind of day for quarterback Damon Huard, who got pounded after fumbling in the third quarter. Denver recovered the ball and scored.



By the end of the third quarter, Larry Johnson had seen enough.
With the Chiefs down two scores, Damon Huard woozily sitting on the bench, coming to grips with the end of his starting career, and Priest Holmes impressively shaking off two years of rust, Kansas City’s highest-paid player limped out the front door of Arrowhead Stadium to his $450,000 Maybach 62 and chauffer.
By the end of the third, you knew all you needed to know about these Chiefs. They’re going nowhere, and it’s time to make some very difficult decisions.
The AFC West standings might define the Chiefs as a contending team, but Kansas City’s 4-5 record, stuck-in-neutral offense and impossible-to-watch-and-stomach, 27-11 loss to the injury-riddled-and-mediocre Broncos told an uncomfortable truth.
The Chiefs are rancid, and the only way to clean the stench is to make all decisions with next year in mind.
We know what happens when you back into the playoffs with a shoddy offensive line, washed-up quarterback and unimaginative, in-over-his-head offensive coordinator. You get eviscerated by a legitimate playoff squad. You fail to pick up a first down until late in the third quarter. You play offense so bad that Chris Berman can’t help but crack jokes when he shows the highlights on ESPN.
No one wants to see a KC-Indy sequel.
So it’s time to move on. Time to play the young guys, not just at quarterback.
Huard is done. I like him. He’s taken a beating playing behind a line that is just as ineffective blocking the run as it is in pass protection. Huard hasn’t complained. He’s absorbed the licks and tried to be more than what he is — a backup quarterback.
It’s now time to see whether Brodie Croyle is more than a backup. Now is the proper time. The pressure is off. Johnson is down for the season. Everyone, especially the veteran players, can accept that the Chiefs are not a real playoff team.
For the record, I don’t like Croyle’s footwork. He doesn’t step into his throws, and the ball sails on him. He threw an interception on Sunday for this exact reason. It’s an error that’s fixable, but it’s also an error that can cost you games and ruin a career.
It’s also clear that offensive coordinator Mike Solari is an outstanding offensive-line coach. He’s not a play-caller. He’s been elevated to his point of incompetence. Next year Solari should be reinstated as line coach and work on re-establishing that unit as a force. The center, right guard and right tackle all must be replaced.
On Sunday, Solari blew the game. The Broncos own the league’s worst run defense. Priest Holmes, to my surprise and probably the surprise of the coaching staff, looked damn good. He looked fresh. He looked shifty. He looked ready to carry the load and help the Chiefs win an ugly game.
Solari failed to take advantage. He chose odd times to throw the ball, especially opening the second half of a tight game with four straight passing plays, which resulted in a Huard interception and fumble.
When the game was over, I wanted to blame Holmes. I erroneously thought the Chiefs built a more aggressive game plan because Solari and Herm Edwards were unsure what Holmes could do in live action over an extended period. It’s hard for a coach to build a game plan around a guy who joined the team in late July, skipped the preseason and talks in circles.
I was wrong. After talking with several offensive players, I was assured the Chiefs built a Holmes-heavy game plan, and Solari failed to execute it. Holmes bounced outside for 11 yards in the first quarter, and Solari seemed to run Holmes inside too often the rest of the game.
I don’t remember any screen plays for Holmes. Solari didn’t make a concerted effort to get Holmes in space, let him use his vision and quicker-than-expected feet. Holmes’ numbers weren’t overwhelming (65 yards in 20 carries), but had Solari called the right plays at the right time, Holmes should’ve had about 24 carries for 85 yards and three or four receptions for an additional 40 yards.
There were moments in Sunday’s game when I had to remind myself to temper my outlook on Holmes’ play because Denver’s front seven is atrocious. But I am positive about one thing: even at age 34, Holmes is 10 times the back Johnson is in the passing game.
Holmes had little trouble and enthusiastically picked up Denver’s blitzes.
“I talked with Priest for about an hour this week, just about what the offensive line was seeing and trying to do,” guard Brian Waters told me. “He’s done a really good job of trying to understand what we’re doing.”
Ah, I’m off on a tangent talking about an old running back when the Chiefs’ entire focus needs to be on getting younger.

tornadospotter
11-12-2007, 09:12 PM
:fatlock: at it again eh!
:bash: :fatlock: He is still a jerk!

mxpxHERO
11-12-2007, 10:38 PM
the truth hurts ladies, we just gotta suck it in and hope for that light at the end of the tunnel

hermhater
11-13-2007, 01:46 AM
this team isnt that good. out of the next seven games the only game i feel we could win is the faiders. the rest i dont know. start younger players and see what happens. have someone else call the plays. dont care who,as long as it isnt lapdog solari.


This team is f'ing great!

We have more talent than 30 other teams in the NFL.

Just need someone to show them how to use it!!!!
:mob:

Guru
11-13-2007, 01:52 AM
Need to clean that up a bit HH. separate the paragraphs. Hard to read all in a jumble like that.

hermhater
11-13-2007, 02:32 AM
Need to clean that up a bit HH. separate the paragraphs. Hard to read all in a jumble like that.

Give me mod abilities and I will do it for wolfpack!

:lol:

j/k:D

anaeelbackwards
11-13-2007, 02:45 AM
This team is f'ing great!

We have more talent than 30 other teams in the NFL.

Just need someone to show them how to use it!!!!
:mob:

amen... its there, but its not gellin'

http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2007/11/120.jpg

Polleo Pit Man
11-13-2007, 03:04 AM
It was that kind of day for quarterback Damon Huard, who got pounded after fumbling in the third quarter. Denver recovered the ball and scored.



By the end of the third quarter, Larry Johnson had seen enough.
With the Chiefs down two scores, Damon Huard woozily sitting on the bench, coming to grips with the end of his starting career, and Priest Holmes impressively shaking off two years of rust, Kansas City’s highest-paid player limped out the front door of Arrowhead Stadium to his $450,000 Maybach 62 and chauffer.
By the end of the third, you knew all you needed to know about these Chiefs. They’re going nowhere, and it’s time to make some very difficult decisions.
The AFC West standings might define the Chiefs as a contending team, but Kansas City’s 4-5 record, stuck-in-neutral offense and impossible-to-watch-and-stomach, 27-11 loss to the injury-riddled-and-mediocre Broncos told an uncomfortable truth.
The Chiefs are rancid, and the only way to clean the stench is to make all decisions with next year in mind.
We know what happens when you back into the playoffs with a shoddy offensive line, washed-up quarterback and unimaginative, in-over-his-head offensive coordinator. You get eviscerated by a legitimate playoff squad. You fail to pick up a first down until late in the third quarter. You play offense so bad that Chris Berman can’t help but crack jokes when he shows the highlights on ESPN.
No one wants to see a KC-Indy sequel.
So it’s time to move on. Time to play the young guys, not just at quarterback.
Huard is done. I like him. He’s taken a beating playing behind a line that is just as ineffective blocking the run as it is in pass protection. Huard hasn’t complained. He’s absorbed the licks and tried to be more than what he is — a backup quarterback.
It’s now time to see whether Brodie Croyle is more than a backup. Now is the proper time. The pressure is off. Johnson is down for the season. Everyone, especially the veteran players, can accept that the Chiefs are not a real playoff team.
For the record, I don’t like Croyle’s footwork. He doesn’t step into his throws, and the ball sails on him. He threw an interception on Sunday for this exact reason. It’s an error that’s fixable, but it’s also an error that can cost you games and ruin a career.
It’s also clear that offensive coordinator Mike Solari is an outstanding offensive-line coach. He’s not a play-caller. He’s been elevated to his point of incompetence. Next year Solari should be reinstated as line coach and work on re-establishing that unit as a force. The center, right guard and right tackle all must be replaced.
On Sunday, Solari blew the game. The Broncos own the league’s worst run defense. Priest Holmes, to my surprise and probably the surprise of the coaching staff, looked damn good. He looked fresh. He looked shifty. He looked ready to carry the load and help the Chiefs win an ugly game.
Solari failed to take advantage. He chose odd times to throw the ball, especially opening the second half of a tight game with four straight passing plays, which resulted in a Huard interception and fumble.
When the game was over, I wanted to blame Holmes. I erroneously thought the Chiefs built a more aggressive game plan because Solari and Herm Edwards were unsure what Holmes could do in live action over an extended period. It’s hard for a coach to build a game plan around a guy who joined the team in late July, skipped the preseason and talks in circles.
I was wrong. After talking with several offensive players, I was assured the Chiefs built a Holmes-heavy game plan, and Solari failed to execute it. Holmes bounced outside for 11 yards in the first quarter, and Solari seemed to run Holmes inside too often the rest of the game.
I don’t remember any screen plays for Holmes. Solari didn’t make a concerted effort to get Holmes in space, let him use his vision and quicker-than-expected feet. Holmes’ numbers weren’t overwhelming (65 yards in 20 carries), but had Solari called the right plays at the right time, Holmes should’ve had about 24 carries for 85 yards and three or four receptions for an additional 40 yards.
There were moments in Sunday’s game when I had to remind myself to temper my outlook on Holmes’ play because Denver’s front seven is atrocious. But I am positive about one thing: even at age 34, Holmes is 10 times the back Johnson is in the passing game.
Holmes had little trouble and enthusiastically picked up Denver’s blitzes.
“I talked with Priest for about an hour this week, just about what the offensive line was seeing and trying to do,” guard Brian Waters told me. “He’s done a really good job of trying to understand what we’re doing.”
Ah, I’m off on a tangent talking about an old running back when the Chiefs’ entire focus needs to be on getting younger.


true dat

Canada
11-13-2007, 09:08 AM
By the end of the third quarter, Larry Johnson had seen enough.
With the Chiefs down two scores, Damon Huard woozily sitting on the bench, coming to grips with the end of his starting career, and Priest Holmes impressively shaking off two years of rust, Kansas City’s highest-paid player limped out the front door of Arrowhead Stadium to his $450,000 Maybach 62 and chauffer.


Thank god we paid him all that money. It is nice to see a guy step up and be a team leader. That is truly inspiring. At least he didn't spit on anyone before he left.

wolfpack
11-13-2007, 10:18 AM
not much different in him leaving then turly ripping on fans after the game or drummand giving the fans the bird.

Canada
11-13-2007, 10:31 AM
not much different in him leaving then turly ripping on fans after the game or drummand giving the fans the bird.

Except for the fact that we have LJ long term and hopefully Turley and Drummond will be gone.

chief31
11-13-2007, 10:54 AM
I just hope and pray that we don't see Damon Huard starting again.

We've made the decision to go with the kid, so we need to stick with that decision. If Croyle plays like absolute garbage, then we stick with it. And hopefully, this offensive line will be able to protect him through the end of the season.

As for the Broncos game, I don't blame that loss on Huard, as easy as that will be for most folks. I blame you. All of the finger-pointing that has been aimed at Damon made the team start pointing their finger at him.

While football people should easily see that without a running game, an inexperienced offensive coordinator, an offensive line that is short on talent and cohesiveness, and a rookie no.1 wide reciever, backed by Sammie Parker, any quarterback would have a tough time leadding this offense.

Still, all the screaming and yelling was about the quarterback, and the team decided to respond by demanding that the quarterback start throwing the ball deep, or else.

So, that is what happened. Huard threw it deep, knowing that there was nothing there. But he wound-up giving everyone what they wanted. And in the process showed that there really was nothing available deep, down the field.

He showed that he can definitely get the ball there, but that there was plenty of defense there too. He showed exactly why he hadn't been throwing it there, to begin with.

Now we get to see what Croyle can do. Perhaps he can overcome all of the obstacles that Huard was trying to deal with. Maybe he can be Superman. But, most importantly, maybe he will be able to survive the season. Maybe he will be lucky enough to stay healthy throughout the season, and maybe he will survive all of the screaming criticism of Chiefs fans, if he isn't able to be Superman.

DrunkHillbilly
11-13-2007, 01:10 PM
Thank god we paid him all that money. It is nice to see a guy step up and be a team leader. That is truly inspiring. At least he didn't spit on anyone before he left.
Kinda like not speaking to anyone on your team or in your organiztion for two years! Weird!

Canada
11-13-2007, 01:37 PM
Kinda like not speaking to anyone on your team or in your organiztion for two years! Weird!

Yeah.....that's almost the same. :bananen_smilies046: Good analogy.

hermhater
11-13-2007, 05:34 PM
I just hope and pray that we don't see Damon Huard starting again.

We've made the decision to go with the kid, so we need to stick with that decision. If Croyle plays like absolute garbage, then we stick with it. And hopefully, this offensive line will be able to protect him through the end of the season.

As for the Broncos game, I don't blame that loss on Huard, as easy as that will be for most folks. I blame you. All of the finger-pointing that has been aimed at Damon made the team start pointing their finger at him.

While football people should easily see that without a running game, an inexperienced offensive coordinator, an offensive line that is short on talent and cohesiveness, and a rookie no.1 wide reciever, backed by Sammie Parker, any quarterback would have a tough time leadding this offense.

Still, all the screaming and yelling was about the quarterback, and the team decided to respond by demanding that the quarterback start throwing the ball deep, or else.

So, that is what happened. Huard threw it deep, knowing that there was nothing there. But he wound-up giving everyone what they wanted. And in the process showed that there really was nothing available deep, down the field.

He showed that he can definitely get the ball there, but that there was plenty of defense there too. He showed exactly why he hadn't been throwing it there, to begin with.

Now we get to see what Croyle can do. Perhaps he can overcome all of the obstacles that Huard was trying to deal with. Maybe he can be Superman. But, most importantly, maybe he will be able to survive the season. Maybe he will be lucky enough to stay healthy throughout the season, and maybe he will survive all of the screaming criticism of Chiefs fans, if he isn't able to be Superman.

Huard underthrew his receiver (can't remember, but think it was Webb) by quite a bit, into double coverage. Both defenders had a better chance at the ball than Webb.

I certainly hope you are right about about Croyle being able to survive the season without injury, so that he will be gaining experience.

timsatt1
11-13-2007, 07:25 PM
I just hope and pray that we don't see Damon Huard starting again.

We've made the decision to go with the kid, so we need to stick with that decision. If Croyle plays like absolute garbage, then we stick with it. And hopefully, this offensive line will be able to protect him through the end of the season.

As for the Broncos game, I don't blame that loss on Huard, as easy as that will be for most folks. I blame you. All of the finger-pointing that has been aimed at Damon made the team start pointing their finger at him.

While football people should easily see that without a running game, an inexperienced offensive coordinator, an offensive line that is short on talent and cohesiveness, and a rookie no.1 wide reciever, backed by Sammie Parker, any quarterback would have a tough time leadding this offense.

Still, all the screaming and yelling was about the quarterback, and the team decided to respond by demanding that the quarterback start throwing the ball deep, or else.

So, that is what happened. Huard threw it deep, knowing that there was nothing there. But he wound-up giving everyone what they wanted. And in the process showed that there really was nothing available deep, down the field.

He showed that he can definitely get the ball there, but that there was plenty of defense there too. He showed exactly why he hadn't been throwing it there, to begin with.

Now we get to see what Croyle can do. Perhaps he can overcome all of the obstacles that Huard was trying to deal with. Maybe he can be Superman. But, most importantly, maybe he will be able to survive the season. Maybe he will be lucky enough to stay healthy throughout the season, and maybe he will survive all of the screaming criticism of Chiefs fans, if he isn't able to be Superman.



Huard----> :smilies_xxx10: <--------- Chiefs31

chief31
11-14-2007, 07:17 AM
Chief31----> :smilies_xxx10: <--------- timsatt1

I took care of that mistake for ya.

hermhater
11-14-2007, 02:54 PM
I took care of that mistake for ya.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

McLovin
11-15-2007, 12:21 AM
Huard----> :smilies_xxx10: <--------- Chiefs31
Other then wondering why the F Bomb is bad and this is ok, gotta give ya props for this Timsatt. Haven't given ya neg rep (I don't believe at least have given it to one person but don't think it was you.) so not giving ya rep, but will give ya props.

timsatt1
11-15-2007, 12:27 AM
Other then wondering why the F Bomb is bad and this is ok, gotta give ya props for this Timsatt. Haven't given ya neg rep (I don't believe at least have given it to one person but don't think it was you.) so not giving ya rep, but will give ya props.

yes, i was surprised the mods let this go as well. was not expecting them to. was waiting for my slap on the wrist, but apparently they see this guy chiefs31 for who he is as i did. a moron.

timsatt1
11-15-2007, 12:29 AM
Other then wondering why the F Bomb is bad and this is ok, gotta give ya props for this Timsatt. Haven't given ya neg rep (I don't believe at least have given it to one person but don't think it was you.) so not giving ya rep, but will give ya props.


you think you could nominate that post for me please? i need a t-shirt.

McLovin
11-15-2007, 12:31 AM
you think you could nominate that post for me please? i need a t-shirt.
I might try to find something, but man ya got to lay off LJ so I can read your posts. :yahoo:

McLovin
11-15-2007, 12:31 AM
You could do like HH does and nominate yourself, but then ya still have to get some ppl to vote for ya.

timsatt1
11-15-2007, 12:32 AM
I might try to find something, but man ya got to lay off LJ so I can read your posts. :yahoo:

...just like LJ needs to lay off my favorite player, THE PRIEST. and my second fav Tony G.

and my most favorite chiefs coach of all time, DICKY V

hermhater
11-15-2007, 12:34 AM
You could do like HH does and nominate yourself, but then ya still have to get some ppl to vote for ya.


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

First time I was new and didn't know any better...

Second time I think I was pissed at something...

It doesn't get you votes!

:yahoo:

chief31
11-15-2007, 01:36 AM
yes, i was surprised the mods let this go as well. was not expecting them to. was waiting for my slap on the wrist, but apparently they see this guy chiefs31 for who he is as i did. a moron.

Aside from the personal insults aspect of this. (Seein' as how your opinion means zilch to me.)

I am one of the Mods who let it pass. Attack peoples opinions as much as you like, but personal insults are not permitted. You know this. It has been a big topic around here of late.

As for you, I find it difficult to tolerate anyone who cheers so vigorously against my Chiefs. When they threw their first interception last weekend, I could have sworn that there was a Broncos fan in Ventilo with me. And reading your posts about how thrilled you were with the fact that Larry Johnson was injured made alot of people around here quite disgusted by you.

You have continually pushed the boundaries of good taste as well.

Polleo Pit Man
11-15-2007, 01:41 AM
...just like LJ needs to lay off my favorite player, THE PRIEST. and my second fav Tony G.

and my most favorite chiefs coach of all time, DICKY V
there does come a time for change! Dick retired a couple years ago, maybe you should too!

McLovin
11-15-2007, 01:41 AM
Aside from the personal insults aspect of this. (Seein' as how your opinion means zilch to me.)

I am one of the Mods who let it pass. Attack peoples opinions as much as you like, but personal insults are not permitted. You know this. It has been a big topic around here of late.

As for you, I find it difficult to tolerate anyone who cheers so vigorously against my Chiefs. When they threw their first interception last weekend, I could have sworn that there was a Broncos fan in Ventilo with me. And reading your posts about how thrilled you were with the fact that Larry Johnson was injured made alot of people around here quite disgusted by you.

You have continually pushed the boundaries of good taste as well.

Agreed, and looking back I really dont know how I could like the post he made, it is just that I get so dang mad at you 31 lol oooh well anyway GO CHIEFS.

hermhater
11-15-2007, 01:48 AM
Aside from the personal insults aspect of this. (Seein' as how your opinion means zilch to me.)

I am one of the Mods who let it pass. Attack peoples opinions as much as you like, but personal insults are not permitted. You know this. It has been a big topic around here of late.

As for you, I find it difficult to tolerate anyone who cheers so vigorously against my Chiefs. When they threw their first interception last weekend, I could have sworn that there was a Broncos fan in Ventilo with me. And reading your posts about how thrilled you were with the fact that Larry Johnson was injured made alot of people around here quite disgusted by you.

You have continually pushed the boundaries of ANY taste as well.

FYR!

:mob:

timsatt1
11-15-2007, 07:43 PM
there does come a time for change! Dick retired a couple years ago, maybe you should too!


you are not far off. i honestly told some friends of mine that for the first time in my life i might switch loyalties from the chiefs until the end of the Herman Monster/Larry Johnson era.

It is a very different team than the one I loved. But we do still have TG and Priest, two of my most favorite players ever.

McLovin
11-15-2007, 08:41 PM
you are not far off. i honestly told some friends of mine that for the first time in my life i might switch loyalties from the chiefs until the end of the Herman Monster/Larry Johnson era.

It is a very different team than the one I loved. But we do still have TG and Priest, two of my most favorite players ever.
Well I for one welcome the Change, would you like maybe the Peckers, Cowgirls, Colts, or hey the Patriots are hot right now, I'm sure there is still room on their bandwagon. If you would like I would be more then happy to find you another board to frequent. Dont let the door hit ya where the good lord split ya.

Seriously ask if you need some help finding the exit and your new board.

Chiefster
11-15-2007, 08:53 PM
you are not far off. i honestly told some friends of mine that for the first time in my life i might switch loyalties from the chiefs until the end of the Herman Monster/Larry Johnson era.

It is a very different team than the one I loved. But we do still have TG and Priest, two of my most favorite players ever.

You don't want to do that; trust me on this.

hermhater
11-15-2007, 10:53 PM
you are not far off. i honestly told some friends of mine that for the first time in my life i might switch loyalties from the chiefs until the end of the Herman Monster/Larry Johnson era.

It is a very different team than the one I loved. But we do still have TG and Priest, two of my most favorite players ever.

If you are gonna do that it should have happened 20 years ago when CP got here.

Chiefster
11-15-2007, 11:31 PM
CP will continue to have a job as long as he continues to put coin in the Hunts pocket.

hermhater
11-15-2007, 11:34 PM
Lamar told his sons to make sure the Arrowhead renovation gets done "for the fans".

I hope that money is not the only consideration with this team, concerning the Hunts.

Is Carl the longest reigning GM in the game now?

sling58
11-15-2007, 11:55 PM
Lamar told his sons to make sure the Arrowhead renovation gets done "for the fans".

I hope that money is not the only consideration with this team, concerning the Hunts.

Is Carl the longest reigning GM in the game now?

Isn't the GM from the Colts been with Indy since the 80's? I could be wrong.