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anaeelbackwards
11-20-2007, 02:25 PM
the saints stinkin' it up this season

the dolphins possibly goin' 0-fer.

the jets lookin bad.

the lions lookin good.

the titans lookin' like a different team every week.

the afc west being one of the weakest divisions in the league.

the colts after losing to the pats, looking like a regular team.

the patriots looking invincible.

man exactly not what i thought would happen this season.

:beer:

Chiefster
11-20-2007, 03:33 PM
the saints stinkin' it up this season

the dolphins possibly goin' 0-fer.

the jets lookin bad.

the lions lookin good.

the titans lookin' like a different team every week.

the afc west being one of the weakest divisions in the league.

the colts after losing to the pats, looking like a regular team.

the patriots looking invincible.

man exactly not what i thought would happen this season.

:beer:

It's all Herms fault! :p :D

mxpxHERO
11-20-2007, 03:47 PM
This season has definitely been an unpredictable one at that.

And the pats just hasn't faced a defense like ours, they came close in facing the colts d,

Tho I think we could stop brady and co.

hermhater
11-20-2007, 03:49 PM
It's all Herms fault! :p :D

Dude, somehow I'm sure you are right!

:lol:

Chiefster
11-20-2007, 04:01 PM
This season has definitely been an unpredictable one at that.

And the pats just hasn't faced a defense like ours, they came close in facing the colts d,

Tho I think we could stop brady and co.

Herm and his ten point per game philosophy would find a way to yank defeat out of the jaws of victory.


Dude, somehow I'm sure you are right!

:lol:


Of course I am. :D

hermhater
11-26-2007, 08:36 PM
I never thought we would be 4-7, I'll tell you that!

We should be 7-4, and possibly 9-2 had Jared not missed the first two games!!!

Canada
11-26-2007, 09:20 PM
I never thought we would be 4-7, I'll tell you that!

We should be 7-4, and possibly 9-2 had Jared not missed the first two games!!!

You are such a homer...haven't you heard....the Chiefs suck and have no chance!!

hermhater
11-26-2007, 09:22 PM
You are such a homer...haven't you heard....the Chiefs suck and have no chance!!

You suck. Go and play poker.

Chiefster
11-27-2007, 02:27 AM
You are such a homer...haven't you heard....the Chiefs suck and have no chance!!


You suck. Go and play poker.

Like this?

hermhater
11-27-2007, 02:33 AM
Like this?

http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2007/11/207.jpg


I used to call my ex GF Hoover because she sucked so much!


:lol:

Guru
11-27-2007, 02:33 AM
Like this?

Herm Hoovers.

anaeelbackwards
11-27-2007, 02:36 AM
http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2007/11/207.jpg


I used to call my ex GF Hoover because she sucked so much!


:lol:

now thats not nice.......

http://graysmatter.codivation.com/content/binary/Oldmantalk1.jpg

hermhater
11-27-2007, 02:38 AM
now thats not nice.......

http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/

That is funny.

I peed myself!


:lol:

Chiefster
11-27-2007, 02:50 AM
Herm Hoovers.

Heh! :lol:

McLovin
11-28-2007, 12:04 AM
I never thought we would be 4-7, I'll tell you that!

We should be 7-4, and possibly 9-2 had Jared not missed the first two games!!!

We would be 11-0 had we won all of our game, News flash we didn't we are 4-7. Damn the truth sucks.

rbedgood
11-28-2007, 12:11 AM
It's all Herms fault! :p :D

Hmmm...as a 49er fan who really thought they had a shot at the playoffs coming into this year, I blame Norv Turner for all things NFL...but I have to agree Herm sucks too...

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 02:18 AM
the saints stinkin' it up this season

the dolphins possibly goin' 0-fer.

the jets lookin bad.

the lions lookin good.

the titans lookin' like a different team every week.

the afc west being one of the weakest divisions in the league.

the colts after losing to the pats, looking like a regular team.

the patriots looking invincible.

man exactly not what i thought would happen this season.

:beer:


And a few other unexpecteds this year:

The Cleveland Browns at 7-4 and looking very good.

The Bengals and Ravens both a dismal 4-7.

The Green Bay Packers, after two bad seasons in a row, now at 10-1!

The 14-2 2006 Chargers hovering around .500 all of 2007.

The high powered Ram offense goes 0-8 in the first half.

The Eagles in last place all year. (I actually am not surprised at that. I don't think they're so good. But some "experts" were picking them to win the division and even be a Super Bowl contender).

(And had the Cardinals not collapsed at the end last week against the Niners, I'd say they are a surprise this year too. But maybe they are going to finish with yet another typical bad season. Boy this team hardly ever has a winning record!)

hermhater
11-28-2007, 02:27 AM
And a few other unexpecteds this year:

The Cleveland Browns at 7-4 and looking very good.

The Bengals and Ravens both a dismal 4-7.

The Green Bay Packers, after two bad seasons in a row, now at 10-1!

The 14-2 2006 Chargers hovering around .500 all of 2007.

The high powered Ram offense goes 0-8 in the first half.

The Eagles in last place all year. (I actually am not surprised at that. I don't think they're so good. But some "experts" were picking them to win the division and even be a Super Bowl contender).

(And had the Cardinals not collapsed at the end last week against the Niners, I'd say they are a surprise this year too. But maybe they are going to finish with yet another typical bad season. Boy this team hardly ever has a winning record!)

Brotherly Love fans suck.

Glad to see you know who to root for!


:yahoo: :toast2: :bananen_smilies046: :drunkhb: :yahoo: :beer:

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 02:33 AM
Oooh yeah! I try to tell people here that Arrowhead and the Chiefs have the best fans in the country. But they think the Eagle fans are the best. No, the Eagle fans are the most obnoxious fans in the country!

The last two times the Seahawks came here they shutout the Eagles 38-0 and 42-0! (in 1998 and 2005). I hope the Seahawks spank the Eagles again this Sunday ha ha!

anaeelbackwards
11-28-2007, 02:35 AM
sorry to say but the eagles are a joke this year. and donovan mcnabb is a whiny baby....

but still nothing is worse than raider fans... i sure hate them raider fans...

hermhater
11-28-2007, 02:37 AM
Oooh yeah! I try to tell people here that Arrowhead and the Chiefs have the best fans in the country. But they think the Eagle fans are the best. No, the Eagle fans are the most obnoxious fans in the country!

The last two times the Seahawks came here they shutout the Eagles 38-0 and 42-0! (in 1998 and 2005). I hope the Seahawks spank the Eagles again this Sunday ha ha!

I would bet on it!

:sign0098:

hermhater
11-28-2007, 02:38 AM
sorry to say but the eagles are a joke this year. and donovan mcnabb is a whiny baby....

but still nothing is worse than raider fans... i sure hate them raider fans...

You are right girly!!!!

Raiders fans are the worst!!!

Philly fans are a pretty freakin' close second though!!!

:bananen_smilies046: :lol: :mob:

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 02:40 AM
Oh don't be sorry, I DESPISE the Eagles!

Yeah I'm a big Raider hater too. And a big Cowboy hater. But boy when Michael Irvin had that concussion and the Eagle fans cheered, they earned the award for the most classless fans in the country!

anaeelbackwards
11-28-2007, 02:45 AM
Oh don't be sorry, I DESPISE the Eagles!

Yeah I'm a big Raider hater too. And a big Cowboy hater. But boy when Michael Irvin had that concussion and the Eagle fans cheered, they earned the award for the most classless fans in the country!

oh yes true that...... you gotta add in those classless, was it cleveland browns fans? when the chiefs re-kicked the field goal and then they started throwing beer bottles? was that it? i might be confusing scenarios, but the chiefs definitely was at someones house and had beer bottles thrown at em...

hermhater
11-28-2007, 02:46 AM
oh yes true that...... you gotta add in those classless, was it cleveland browns fans? when the chiefs re-kicked the field goal and then they started throwing beer bottles? was that it? i might be confusing scenarios, but the chiefs definitely was at someones house and had beer bottles thrown at em...

I know the Raiders fans used to throw D cell batteries at the players.

I seem to remember bottles being thrown at players but can't remember which team did it.

anaeelbackwards
11-28-2007, 02:47 AM
i think it was when the chiefs missed a field goal but a player from the browns team threw off his helmet, so the re-kicked it and it was good. i think it was the reaction of those fans, im still not sure, but im kinda leanin towards it.

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 02:51 AM
And there was the Giants fans in 1994 pelting the Chargers standing on the sidelines with ice. I think the game had to be stopped for a while and the Giants were threatened with forfeiting if they couldn't get their fans to cease.

hermhater
11-28-2007, 02:52 AM
And there was the Giants fans in 1994 pelting the Chargers standing on the sidelines with ice. I think the game had to be stopped for a while and the Giants were threatened with forfeiting if they couldn't get their fans to cease.

I'm not able to research that video right now, but I would love to see it.

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 02:53 AM
i think it was when the chiefs missed a field goal but a player from the browns team threw off his helmet, so the re-kicked it and it was good. i think it was the reaction of those fans, im still not sure, but im kinda leanin towards it.


Yeah could be, the Dawg Pound gets a little crazy there.

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 02:55 AM
I'm not able to research that video right now, but I would love to see it.

Yeah I remember watching that game live at the time. The Charger players and coaches looked scared to death. They kept turning around to look at the fans throwing the ice at them from behind! The announcers were saying how dangerous it was because some ice could end up hitting someone right in the face.

hermhater
11-28-2007, 02:58 AM
Yeah I remember watching that game live at the time. The Charger players and coaches looked scared to death. They kept turning around to look at the fans throwing the ice at them from behind! The announcers were saying how dangerous it was because some ice could end up hitting someone right in the face.


If that were me, I would have walked to the middle of the field and said frigg it, until the game was called, or the fans stopped.

Last nights game proved that terrible conditions can ruin a teams season!

:lol:

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 03:08 AM
HERE (http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9D07E2DE1239F93BA15751C1A9639582 60) is an article about that game (apparently it was 1995, not 1994 like I thought). And it mentions that "The Chargers' equipment manager, Sid Brooks, was knocked unconscious by an ice ball." So someone did indeed get seriously hurt. I had forgotten that.

And here's an excerpt from a 1989 classless Eagles snow incident of their own against the Cowboys:


"Consider another snowball-throwing incident. In December, 1989, two days after one of the worst ice and snow storms in recent Philadelphia history, Jimmy Johnson arrived with a young Dallas Cowboys team that would go on to greatness -- but now had to face Buddy Ryan and his menacing "86 defense," which devoured young quarterbacks and ground their bones into the green cement surface of the Vet turf.

City workers had done their usual bang-up job clearing the snow; and by the fourth quarter of a lopsided game, the fans were left to their own devices -- not a good idea in the only stadium in the country that housed its own municipal court to deal with misdemeanors and mayhem.

Police officers often were posted in plainclothes on the infamous 700 level to collar the more creative hooligans. For example, any fan wearing the jacket or jersey of the opposing team usually required a little help getting down to one of the lower levels -- just a nudge, a push, or full body toss would do.
Up on the 700 level that day against Dallas, a very prominent attorney was taking bets that nobody could throw a snowball and hit the Cowboys bench from that distance. By the fourth quarter, the police were involved. After the game, Jimmy Johnson needed an escort through a hail of white projectiles."

Ha ha there's proof Eagle fans are the worst, that line "
the only stadium in the country that housed its own municipal court to deal with misdemeanors and mayhem."

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 03:18 AM
i think it was when the chiefs missed a field goal but a player from the browns team threw off his helmet, so the re-kicked it and it was good. i think it was the reaction of those fans, im still not sure, but im kinda leanin towards it.

Yes you are right it was the Cleveland Browns fans, just researched it. We won that game 40-39 in week one of 2002!

anaeelbackwards
11-28-2007, 03:21 AM
Yes you are right it was the Cleveland Browns fans, just researched it. We won that game 40-39 in week one of 2002!

man was it back in 2002? i was trying to research my memory, it was the year we went 9-0 and then lost to the raiders or the bungals. hah

IlovetheChiefs
11-28-2007, 03:30 AM
The 9-0 start was the following 2003 season. What an offense that year! Ranked #1 with over 4000 passing yards from Trent Green and 63% completion, over 1400 rushing yards from Priest Holmes, and 40 or more catches from Dante Hall, Eddie Kennison, and Johnnie Morton. Then, sadly, in the playoffs we lost a 38-31 shootout to the #2 ranked offense Colts.

hermhater
11-29-2007, 04:06 AM
The 9-0 start was the following 2003 season. What an offense that year! Ranked #1 with over 4000 passing yards from Trent Green and 63% completion, over 1400 rushing yards from Priest Holmes, and 40 or more catches from Dante Hall, Eddie Kennison, and Johnnie Morton. Then, sadly, in the playoffs we lost a 38-31 shootout to the #2 ranked offense Colts.


I hate Manning even more than I hate Herm, if that is possible.

He is possibly the only other person, in the last ten years, that has done more harm to the Chiefs than Herm.

Herm will kill at least two more of our offensive players this year.

I'll put 25,000 Arrowcash on it.

I hope it isn't like his last year in NY where it was 5 QB's...

He has now injured too many offensive players to name.

Will no one rid me of this menace?

prough91
12-09-2007, 06:40 AM
I hate Manning even more than I hate Herm, if that is possible.

He is possibly the only other person, in the last ten years, that has done more harm to the Chiefs than Herm.

Herm will kill at least two more of our offensive players this year.

I'll put 25,000 Arrowcash on it.

I hope it isn't like his last year in NY where it was 5 QB's...

He has now injured too many offensive players to name.

Will no one rid me of this menace?

I can't understand hating other players (unless they play for the Raiders). Manning is good, classy, and unselfish. I root for any good player as long as they're not playing against the Chiefs. They're are very few players that can be described as special and I think Manning is one of them. They should be appreciated no matter where our loyalties lie, again, as long as they're not playing the Chiefs. Who here wouldn't like to say they saw Jim Thorpe, Walter Payton, or Joe Namath play? I'd rather appreciate good players while they're playing than wasting energy hating them.

chief31
12-09-2007, 06:42 AM
I can't understand hating other players (unless they play for the Raiders). Manning is good, classy, and unselfish. I root for any good player as long as they're not playing against the Chiefs. They're are very few players that can be described as special and I think Manning is one of them. They should be appreciated no matter where our loyalties lie, again, as long as they're not playing the Chiefs. Who here wouldn't like to say they saw Jim Thorpe, Walter Payton, or Joe Namath play? I'd rather appreciate good players while they're playing than wasting energy hating them.

True. And I don't dis-like Peyton myself. But many are still bitter about a couple of playoff losses that he helped us to.

prough91
12-09-2007, 06:52 AM
True. And I don't dis-like Peyton myself. But many are still bitter about a couple of playoff losses that he helped us to.

True, but Payton didn't beat us by himself. It was the Colts that beat us. I can hate a team but still appreciate some of the players. I don't know, I never blame the other team for beating us, I always blame the Chiefs for losing. Not because I think the other team was better than us, but because I think we're better than we performed. One example, in 1997, when the Broncos knocked us out of the playoffs, why did TG run a route at the two yard line instead of just across the goal line?

chief31
12-09-2007, 07:06 AM
True, but Payton didn't beat us by himself. It was the Colts that beat us. I can hate a team but still appreciate some of the players. I don't know, I never blame the other team for beating us, I always blame the Chiefs for losing. Not because I think the other team was better than us, but because I think we're better than we performed. One example, in 1997, when the Broncos knocked us out of the playoffs, why did TG run a route at the two yard line instead of just across the goal line?

I can't argue you on this matter. Except that I hated John Elway for a very long time. He did manage to win some respect back from me though. The way he decided to throw caution to the wind in the Super Bowl, made me soften my hatred for the man.

Other than that, I dislike T.O. and Robert Gaithers (The guy who cheap-shotted Trent Green last season.) And whoever that putz that was *****in' about Trent Green trying to block him earlier this season. (Houston Texans)

But, since Elway, I haven't hated any player for playing too well against the Chiefs.

prough91
12-09-2007, 07:09 AM
I can't argue you on this matter. Except that I hated John Elway for a very long time. He did manage to win some respect back from me though. The way he decided to throw caution to the wind in the Super Bowl, made me soften my hatred for the man.

Other than that, I dislike T.O. and Robert Gaithers (The guy who cheap-shotted Trent Green last season.) And whoever that putz that was *****in' about Trent Green trying to block him earlier this season. (Houston Texans)

But, since Elway, I haven't hated any player for playing too well against the Chiefs.

I used to hate Elway with a passion too, but then I realized we probably won't see another like him for awhile. Also, I rooted for a Broncos Super Bowl win in 98 because I was sure that if he won another Super Bowl he would retire while he was still on top.

Also, when DT sacked Elway for his 100th sack, Elway congratulated him while he was still laying on his back. I thought that was pretty classy.

Canada
12-09-2007, 11:10 AM
[quote=chief31;53506]
Other than that, I dislike T.O. and Robert Gaithers (The guy who cheap-shotted Trent Green last season.) And whoever that putz that was *****in' about Trent Green trying to block him earlier this season. (Houston Texans)



Romanowski


he's an ***

prough91
12-10-2007, 10:48 AM
[quote=prough91;53508]

Romanowski


he's an ***

Romanowski is case in point why steroids should be made legal for NFL players and MONITORED!!!

:lol:

rbedgood
12-11-2007, 11:44 PM
Don't hate the player...hate the game. Oh wait, different scenario. Seriously though there are certain players that are just beyond rivarlies and competition and to watch these players is to watch sports history. I am old enough to remember OJ on the gridiron, and as much as he is a creep ('nuff said) he was incredible on the field. As was Montana, Rice, Walter Payton, Barry Sanders, Elway and Kosar. Okay I'm done dating myself, and tried to leave out some of the guys from the 70's on purpose. So Chiefster, I didn't forget them.

hermhater
12-11-2007, 11:56 PM
Don't hate the player...hate the game. Oh wait, different scenario. Seriously though there are certain players that are just beyond rivarlies and competition and to watch these players is to watch sports history. I am old enough to remember OJ on the gridiron, and as much as he is a creep ('nuff said) he was incredible on the field. As was Montana, Rice, Walter Payton, Barry Sanders, Elway and Kosar. Okay I'm done dating myself, and tried to leave out some of the guys from the 70's on purpose. So Chiefster, I didn't forget them.

I loved Drew Careys impression of Bernie Kosar.

He was doing his standup routine in Cleveland and said "Here is my impression of Bernie Kosar getting sacked."

Then he knocked over the microphone stand!

:lol:

I can't find it on youtube but it was called "Drew Carey: Human Cartoon".

Hilarious stuff.

prough91
12-12-2007, 11:52 PM
Don't hate the player...hate the game. Oh wait, different scenario. Seriously though there are certain players that are just beyond rivarlies and competition and to watch these players is to watch sports history. I am old enough to remember OJ on the gridiron, and as much as he is a creep ('nuff said) he was incredible on the field. As was Montana, Rice, Walter Payton, Barry Sanders, Elway and Kosar. Okay I'm done dating myself, and tried to leave out some of the guys from the 70's on purpose. So Chiefster, I didn't forget them.

Barry Sanders was soooo fun to watch.

IlovetheChiefs
12-13-2007, 12:00 AM
Barry Sanders was soooo fun to watch.

And you ain't LION about that!

Seriously though, he was phenominal. :)

prough91
12-13-2007, 12:03 AM
And you ain't LION about that!

Seriously though, he was phenominal. :)

You're punny.
:beer:

rbedgood
12-13-2007, 12:05 AM
Sanders was incredible. This short highlight film shows a couple of his good runs.

YouTube - Crank Dat Barry Sanders

IlovetheChiefs
12-13-2007, 12:10 AM
You're punny.
:beer:

Thank you. I guess when I played football I should have played PUNter instead of right guard. ;)

prough91
12-13-2007, 12:12 AM
Thank you. I guess when I played football I should have played PUNter instead of right guard. ;)

Ok, we really need to stop now. lol

:beer:

timsatt1
12-13-2007, 11:34 PM
I can't understand hating other players (unless they play for the Raiders). Manning is good, classy, and unselfish. I root for any good player as long as they're not playing against the Chiefs. They're are very few players that can be described as special and I think Manning is one of them. They should be appreciated no matter where our loyalties lie, again, as long as they're not playing the Chiefs. Who here wouldn't like to say they saw Jim Thorpe, Walter Payton, or Joe Namath play? I'd rather appreciate good players while they're playing than wasting energy hating them.


i wouldnt care to see those old players in particular, but i would LOVE to see clips of barry sanders, now that i would have a greater appreciation of his play then i did when i was just a wee kid watching him run.

wouldnt mind seeing bo jackson either.

but i agree, payton...and barry sanders are two of those special once in an era type players.

...not sure if you can add tom brady to that list or not, i never get to see him play, just see his amazing stats all the time.

rbedgood
12-13-2007, 11:57 PM
I grew up in the Bay Area watching #16 lead the original "West Coast offense". I've watched Brady play in a number of games, not sure who hasn't as they're on primetime football nearly every week. However, Brady is the closest I've ever seen to Montana. He's very accurate, makes the right decision almost every time, inspires confidence in the entire team, and makes his receivers better than they would be without him. He doesn't necessarily have the best physical tools, but he has just enough and uses it to near perfection.

As for the older players, sorry but that is the ignorance of youth. Jim Thorpe may have been the best athlete to ever play the game, or any game for that matter. I'm not old enough to have seen him live, but look at his accomplishments, and you can dig up old film on him. He was incredible.

Also Namath, Czonka, Payton, Unitas, Earl Campbell, Gale Sayers, etc. were all guys that if you watch them play you appreciate the older guys. It may be before your time Tim, but watch this and tell me that some of these old guys weren't special...by the way, this one is Earl Campbell...watch him finish this run

YouTube - Earl Campbell

rbedgood
12-13-2007, 11:58 PM
Okay...I found that highlight and I've now watched it about 10 times...it gets friggin' sicker each time. I love a good power run...

rbedgood
12-14-2007, 12:01 AM
Here's another...

YouTube - Earl Campbell's historic game vs. Miami 1978

This guy was awesome. Plus you get a little archive of Howard Cossell.

IlovetheChiefs
12-14-2007, 12:11 AM
Thanks for that Earl Campbell video. He was truly one of the best. And I loved Howard Cosell too! IMO he was the best MNF announcer. I'll take him over John Madden any day.
That was a classic game from 1978 I think. Campbell was just incredible.