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chief31
01-06-2007, 08:35 PM
Well, I didn't expect us to win. I'm pretty certain that none of us expected to, even, be here. So, I am not too dissapointed.

However, I hope the organization takes away from this game, what I have. An exposure. The offensive tackles are, still, the biggest problem on this team. The defense can be exceptional with a little talent at defensive tackle, and Trent Green must not be our starter, next season.

If we are unable to talk Trent out of a bunch of money, and the starting job, then, perhaps, the Raiders would have a little interest.

We, absolutely, have to find an offensive tackle. Rather it be in the draft, free-agency, or a trade of some kind, it will be imparitive to find a capable starter.

Finally, (as far as the primary concerns go) a solid defensive tackle, could make this defense one of the elite defenses in the entire NFL. I like Ron Edwards. But, after three quarters of football, he gets tired. Opposing offensive linemen start pushing him around. He needs to be backed-up by someone who can play at a professional level. We don't even have a decent number two D-tackle. We need to have three, to four strong guys at the position.

Anyway, That is what I got out of the game, tonight. A good look at the weaknesses of this team.

Old_admin
01-06-2007, 09:48 PM
chief31 wrote:
Well, I didn't expect us to win. I'm pretty certain that none of us expected to, even, be here. So, I am not too dissapointed.

However, I hope the organization takes away from this game, what I have. An exposure. The offensive tackles are, still, the biggest problem on this team. The defense can be exceptional with a little talent at defensive tackle, and Trent Green must not be our starter, next season.

If we are unable to talk Trent out of a bunch of money, and the starting job, then, perhaps, the Raiders would have a little interest.

We, absolutely, have to find an offensive tackle. Rather it be in the draft, free-agency, or a trade of some kind, it will be imparitive to find a capable starter.

Finally, (as far as the primary concerns go) a solid defensive tackle, could make this defense one of the elite defenses in the entire NFL. I like Ron Edwards. But, after three quarters of football, he gets tired. Opposing offensive linemen start pushing him around. He needs to be backed-up by someone who can play at a professional level. We don't even have a decent number two D-tackle. We need to have three, to four strong guys at the position.

Anyway, That is what I got out of the game, tonight. A good look at the weaknesses of this team.

in my mind, this is your best post this year. I couldn't agree more with every point you have made.

wolfpack
01-07-2007, 01:37 PM
even with new tackles,a #1 wideout,new QB, this no-killer, go for the throat offence, is the future in K.C. thank you hermie.

Chiefster
01-08-2007, 12:40 AM
admin wrote:


chief31 wrote:
Well, I didn't expect us to win. I'm pretty certain that none of us expected to, even, be here. So, I am not too dissapointed.

However, I hope the organization takes away from this game, what I have. An exposure. The offensive tackles are, still, the biggest problem on this team. The defense can be exceptional with a little talent at defensive tackle, and Trent Green must not be our starter, next season.

If we are unable to talk Trent out of a bunch of money, and the starting job, then, perhaps, the Raiders would have a little interest.

We, absolutely, have to find an offensive tackle. Rather it be in the draft, free-agency, or a trade of some kind, it will be imparitive to find a capable starter.

Finally, (as far as the primary concerns go) a solid defensive tackle, could make this defense one of the elite defenses in the entire NFL. I like Ron Edwards. But, after three quarters of football, he gets tired. Opposing offensive linemen start pushing him around. He needs to be backed-up by someone who can play at a professional level. We don't even have a decent number two D-tackle. We need to have three, to four strong guys at the position.

Anyway, That is what I got out of the game, tonight. A good look at the weaknesses of this team.

in my mind, this is your best post this year. I couldn't agree more with every point you have made.

Agreed with exception of replacing Green. Green struggles in this run, run, pass, punt offence the same way any other QB will because it places him in predictable, known situations. Agreed we need to work HARD on the "O" line, but we also need receivers. I agree that we need to try to restructure Greens contract to try to free up money for a supporting cast.

DrunkHillbilly
07-14-2007, 02:11 PM
Well, I didn't expect us to win. I'm pretty certain that none of us expected to, even, be here. So, I am not too dissapointed.

However, I hope the organization takes away from this game, what I have. An exposure. The offensive tackles are, still, the biggest problem on this team. The defense can be exceptional with a little talent at defensive tackle, and Trent Green must not be our starter, next season.

If we are unable to talk Trent out of a bunch of money, and the starting job, then, perhaps, the Raiders would have a little interest.

We, absolutely, have to find an offensive tackle. Rather it be in the draft, free-agency, or a trade of some kind, it will be imparitive to find a capable starter.

Finally, (as far as the primary concerns go) a solid defensive tackle, could make this defense one of the elite defenses in the entire NFL. I like Ron Edwards. But, after three quarters of football, he gets tired. Opposing offensive linemen start pushing him around. He needs to be backed-up by someone who can play at a professional level. We don't even have a decent number two D-tackle. We need to have three, to four strong guys at the position.

Anyway, That is what I got out of the game, tonight. A good look at the weaknesses of this team.


This is your problem!! Your too worried about the defense at this point. You can't score 8 points in a playoff game and win! Our defense is decent now. Indy was one of very few that figured out our game. Attack the RB and we win the game. You talk about Johnsons production this season, your damn right his numbers won't be as good because about 24 other teams watched that game and said "Oh, no passing game huh"? I just think they have been exposed.

chief31
07-14-2007, 02:41 PM
This is your problem!! Your too worried about the defense at this point. You can't score 8 points in a playoff game and win! Our defense is decent now. Indy was one of very few that figured out our game. Attack the RB and we win the game. You talk about Johnsons production this season, your damn right his numbers won't be as good because about 24 other teams watched that game and said "Oh, no passing game huh"? I just think they have been exposed.

Gameplanning and offensive tackle are the two biggest problems, in that game.

Chiefster
07-16-2007, 01:56 AM
Man; someone went mining to dig up this old relic.

stlchief
07-16-2007, 02:51 PM
I logged in from a different pc than I usually do and saw this one. I thought maybe the "unread posts since your last visit" was using a cookie or something.

:-)

Chiefster
07-16-2007, 03:53 PM
I logged in from a different pc than I usually do and saw this one. I thought maybe the "unread posts since your last visit" was using a cookie or something.

:-)

Cooooookiiiiiieeeees!!!!

I like Chocolate chip! :p

Coach
07-17-2007, 12:47 AM
I logged in from a different pc than I usually do and saw this one. I thought maybe the "unread posts since your last visit" was using a cookie or something.

:-)

good to see you back in the forums. I wish I didn't have to relive this game though. that was painful.

Chiefster
07-18-2007, 01:29 AM
good to see you back in the forums. I wish I didn't have to relive this game though. that was painful.

Such is the life of us Chiefs fans. lol!