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Coach
12-12-2007, 11:13 AM
Georgiagirl has just joined the ChiefsCrowd.com community!

Please join me in welcoming Georgiagirl to the site!

rbedgood
12-12-2007, 02:02 PM
Welcome aboard...

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prough91
12-12-2007, 02:12 PM
Welcome to the asylum.

Canada
12-12-2007, 02:17 PM
where is georgia??

rbedgood
12-12-2007, 02:25 PM
From Kansas City take I-70 through St Louis, to I-64 E, head South on I-57, and then switch to I-24 South. Take I-75 South down to Atlanta and then start laughing when you see the Georgia Dome and realize there is a team in worse shape than the Chiefs.

IlovetheChiefs
12-12-2007, 02:32 PM
From Kansas City take I-70 through St Louis, to I-64 E, head South on I-57, and then switch to I-24 South. Take I-75 South down to Atlanta and then start laughing when you see the Georgia Dome and realize there is a team in worse shape than the Chiefs.

And the 49ers too eh, rbedgood? :)

Michael Vick's conviction, the coach stepping down, yes the Falcons are a mess right now. Glad Georgiagirl apparently has her heart in Kansas City!

Canada
12-12-2007, 02:32 PM
From Kansas City take I-70 through St Louis, to I-64 E, head South on I-57, and then switch to I-24 South. Take I-75 South down to Atlanta and then start laughing when you see the Georgia Dome and realize there is a team in worse shape than the Chiefs.

see....i am glad you are here!! I don't know why all these other guys say you are good for nothin?!?!

rbedgood
12-12-2007, 02:42 PM
And the 49ers too eh, rbedgood? :)

Michael Vick's conviction, the coach stepping down, yes the Falcons are a mess right now. Glad Georgiagirl apparently has her heart in Kansas City!


Nah...unfortunately the 49ers are worse than the Falcons...

Georgiagirl
12-12-2007, 03:17 PM
Ok, Thanks for the welcome......I think that was a welcome. Yes having lived in Georgia all of my life I am true to my home team and do follow the Falcons. The Chiefs are still my true love and always will be. I will stick by both through the good years and the bad years and pray the bad ones don't last too long.
Falcons are in a mess right now, I say bring back Jerry Glanville, at least he made the games fun to watch.

IlovetheChiefs
12-12-2007, 03:24 PM
Glad the Chiefs are your true love! And the Falcons are fine as a side team since they are in the NFC and have only beaten us once in their 41 year existence! :)

hermhater
12-12-2007, 03:25 PM
The bad years have been here quite awhile girly, hope you've got the patience!!!

Welcome!

Georgiagirl
12-12-2007, 03:29 PM
True, that was a good thing back when you didn't play against the different conferences. Then they went and messes that up.
I went to a Chiefs-Falcons game in Atlant a few years back and had to wear a Chiefs hat and Falcons shirt and got a few strange stares. Montana was the QB so that was good to get to see him play in person.

Georgiagirl
12-12-2007, 03:31 PM
I have great patience and pride. I poudly cheer for my Chiefs and am saving my $$ for our next SUPER BOWL apperance. It IS coming.

hermhater
12-12-2007, 03:51 PM
I have great patience and pride. I poudly cheer for my Chiefs and am saving my $$ for our next SUPER BOWL apperance. It IS coming.


Nice!

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IlovetheChiefs
12-12-2007, 04:29 PM
True, that was a good thing back when you didn't play against the different conferences. Then they went and messes that up.
I went to a Chiefs-Falcons game in Atlant a few years back and had to wear a Chiefs hat and Falcons shirt and got a few strange stares. Montana was the QB so that was good to get to see him play in person.

And good to get to see the Chiefs WIN! Just like when I saw the Chiefs here in '98 (about the only time the Chiefs were ever in Philadelphia. I'm hoping the '09 game will finally be here again) and they won! I boldly cheered them on despite being in the dangerous 700 level.

I have an aunt and uncle and 2 cousins who are long time Atlanta residents. And they like all the Atlanta teams. I went to Braves games before with them but never Falcons (probably because we always visited Atlanta in the summer, not fall).

Georgiagirl
12-12-2007, 04:43 PM
And good to get to see the Chiefs WIN! Just like when I saw the Chiefs here in '98 (about the only time the Chiefs were ever in Philadelphia. I'm hoping the '09 game will finally be here again) and they won! I boldly cheered them on despite being in the dangerous 700 level.

I have an aunt and uncle and 2 cousins who are long time Atlanta residents. And they like all the Atlanta teams. I went to Braves games before with them but never Falcons (probably because we always visited Atlanta in the summer, not fall).

Yes, i live a couple hours outside of Atlanta but have always backed our teams. Lots of "down" years for all of our sports teams, but we get in there every now and then. I disspise those fans that only jump on the bandwagon during a winning season. I have seen some REALLY bad playing in all sports, but i still go and try to support the players.

chief31
12-13-2007, 03:02 AM
Ok, Thanks for the welcome......I think that was a welcome. Yes having lived in Georgia all of my life I am true to my home team and do follow the Falcons. The Chiefs are still my true love and always will be. I will stick by both through the good years and the bad years and pray the bad ones don't last too long.
Falcons are in a mess right now, I say bring back Jerry Glanville, at least he made the games fun to watch.

Ooooo, a Jerry Glanville mention. Those are rare. I really did like that guy. He had guts.

hermhater
12-13-2007, 04:26 AM
Ooooo, a Jerry Glanville mention. Those are rare. I really did like that guy. He had guts.



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IlovetheChiefs
12-13-2007, 04:21 PM
Hey Georgiagirl, you've got a cool Chiefs connection with cornerback Emmitt Thomas (career 58 interceptions leader) now the interim head coach as the Falcons. He's been one of their defensive coaches but pretty cool he's now at the helm.

Georgiagirl
12-13-2007, 11:17 PM
Hey Georgiagirl, you've got a cool Chiefs connection with cornerback Emmitt Thomas (career 58 interceptions leader) now the interim head coach as the Falcons. He's been one of their defensive coaches but pretty cool he's now at the helm.
I heard that today. Sounds like he isn't too interested in taking it full time though but who knows. I think the way Petrino ducked out was way out of line.

hermhater
12-14-2007, 02:57 AM
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:bananen_smilies046:


Hey Georgiagirl, you've got a cool Chiefs connection with cornerback Emmitt Thomas (career 58 interceptions leader) now the interim head coach as the Falcons. He's been one of their defensive coaches but pretty cool he's now at the helm.


I heard that today. Sounds like he isn't too interested in taking it full time though but who knows. I think the way Petrino ducked out was way out of line.

Just so you know this was about Glanville because he always wore black...

IlovetheChiefs
12-14-2007, 09:19 AM
Glanville was pretty entertaining; as coach, announcer, and analyst. Nutty but entertaining!

Georgiagirl
12-14-2007, 10:49 PM
Glanville was pretty entertaining; as coach, announcer, and analyst. Nutty but entertaining!

Nutty is ok in my book as long as they are fun and winning. I loved his defense. The "GRITS BLITZ" was very entertaining.

IlovetheChiefs
12-14-2007, 11:03 PM
Interestingly, Glanville's career record is similar to Herm Edwards:

Jerry 60-69; Herm 52-57
playoffs: Jerry 3-4; Herm 2-4
winning seasons: both 4
winning records in those seasons: Jerry 10-6, 10-6, 9-6, 9-7. Herm 10-6, 10-6, 9-7, 9-7.

I thought a prior coach of the Houston Oilers to Jerry Glanville was also fun: Bum Phillips!

prough91
12-15-2007, 03:08 AM
Glanville was pretty entertaining; as coach, announcer, and analyst. Nutty but entertaining!

What happened to Glanville? You never see him anymore.

rbedgood
12-15-2007, 04:40 AM
What happened to Glanville? You never see him anymore.


Research...that would be my department.

Jerry Glanville is back in the college ranks...Head coach at Portland State University

http://www.goviks.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=19300&KEY=&SPID=11189&SPSID=92395

FYI...Glanville's Coaching experience
2005-06 Hawai’i Defensive Coordinator
1990-93 Atlanta Falcons (27-37) Head Coach
1986-89 Houston Oilers (33-32) Head Coach
1984-85 Houston Oilers Defensive Coordinator
1983 Buffalo Bills Secondary
1979-82 Houston Oilers Defensive Coordinator
1977-78 Atlanta Falcons Secondary/Special Teams
1974-76 Detroit Lions Special Teams/Defensive Assistant
1968-73 Georgia Tech Defensive Ends/OLBs/Special Teams
1967 Western Kentucky Defensive Coordinator/Special Teams
1966 Cincinnati Reading HS, Reading, OH Defensive Coordinator
1964-65 Lima Central Catholic HS, Lima, OH Defensive Coordinator

hermhater
12-15-2007, 04:50 AM
Research...that would be my department.

Jerry Glanville is back in the college ranks...Head coach at Portland State University

http://www.goviks.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=19300&KEY=&SPID=11189&SPSID=92395

FYI...Glanville's Coaching experience
2005-06 Hawai’i Defensive Coordinator
1990-93 Atlanta Falcons (27-37) Head Coach
1986-89 Houston Oilers (33-32) Head Coach
1984-85 Houston Oilers Defensive Coordinator
1983 Buffalo Bills Secondary
1979-82 Houston Oilers Defensive Coordinator
1977-78 Atlanta Falcons Secondary/Special Teams
1974-76 Detroit Lions Special Teams/Defensive Assistant
1968-73 Georgia Tech Defensive Ends/OLBs/Special Teams
1967 Western Kentucky Defensive Coordinator/Special Teams
1966 Cincinnati Reading HS, Reading, OH Defensive Coordinator
1964-65 Lima Central Catholic HS, Lima, OH Defensive Coordinator

Yep...

That would be considered research.

Are we still talking about Johnny Cash?

YouTube - Johnny Cash - Man In Black