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jgunn1966
04-01-2007, 03:04 PM
I think he has been at it long enough.We need some new blood and thinking in his position. I know a couple folks in the media that would like to see him go.

kenny1937
04-01-2007, 04:09 PM
Let's see, we have gone from Marty, to Gunny, to Dickie, and finally to Hermie, brought to us by Carlie, I have finally figured it out, we never had Marty Ball, or Gunny Ball, or Dickie Ball. or Hermie Ball, we have had Carlie Ball, er, who in the media wants some other kind of ball? (grin)

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Chiefster
04-01-2007, 05:08 PM
Let's see, we have gone from Marty, to Gunny, to Dickie, and finally to Hermie, brought to us by Carlie, I have finally figured it out, we never had Marty Ball, or Gunny Ball, or Dickie Ball. or Hermie Ball, we have had Carlie Ball, er, who in the media wants some other kind of ball? (grin)

:character0036: :bazooka: :armee_smilies047: :bananen_smilies068:

Yup; I've said it once and it bares repeating CP is the one common denominator here.

jgunn1966
04-01-2007, 05:16 PM
Carl's needs to lose the 50's bad guy look and stop acting like a want-to-be Godfather movie actor. It was nice to hear him amit to making a mistake with Edwards.We all could name 20 more bone head moves he has made.His old ways of doing business is not working in my opinion.

Chiefster
04-01-2007, 05:21 PM
I think he has been at it long enough.We need some new blood and thinking in his position. I know a couple folks in the media that wouold like to see him go.


He may be a decent President, but we need another GM for sure.

wolfpack
04-02-2007, 11:45 AM
now the queen is keeping on his 5 year plan. he didnt say if they were 5 years in human or dog years.

Chiefster
04-02-2007, 04:34 PM
now the queen is keeping on his 5 year plan. he didnt say if they were 5 years in human or dog years.

LOL! ...Or five consecutive years.

jgunn1966
04-03-2007, 12:46 AM
Did you think Carl wants to keep Trent?

Chiefster
04-03-2007, 12:48 AM
Did you think Carl wants to keep Trent?


...Don't know.

stlchief
04-03-2007, 01:26 AM
I know it's en vogue to make fun of CP and call for his head, but c'mon guys: the Chiefs are winners. There are a LOT of teams that wish they had the Chiefs problems. Consistently fighting for the play-offs, making it just as much as not lately. Not happy with just getting there.

I talk a lot, but you have to hand it to the guy, he puts together a VERY GOOD football team. Take away the Steelers game last year and we were in every game. Could have won more than we did.

I think he put the personnel on the field to be competitive. If Hermie (or Dickie or any of the others) cannot get it done, when does it stop being on CP?

And - btw - those balls are not all the same style. Just to say "dickie" ball and "hermie" ball have a common denominator is a stretch that is laughable because the styles are so inconsistent, there is nothing common to them...

wolfpack
04-03-2007, 02:19 AM
I know it's en vogue to make fun of CP and call for his head, but c'mon guys: the Chiefs are winners. There are a LOT of teams that wish they had the Chiefs problems. Consistently fighting for the play-offs, making it just as much as not lately. Not happy with just getting there.

I talk a lot, but you have to hand it to the guy, he puts together a VERY GOOD football team. Take away the Steelers game last year and we were in every game. Could have won more than we did.

I think he put the personnel on the field to be competitive. If Hermie (or Dickie or any of the others) cannot get it done, when does it stop being on CP?

And - btw - those balls are not all the same style. Just to say "dickie" ball and "hermie" ball have a common denominator is a stretch that is laughable because the styles are so inconsistent, there is nothing common to them...
the buck stops with him. he`s had 17 years to field a playoff team. just winning and not getting to the playoff only teases us fans. we keep thinking they are going to the playoffs so we keep buying tickets and souvenirs.just winning dosnt cut it anymore. playoffs do. i`ve been a fan since they moved to kc and will always be a fan. but the queen has to go.

Cisco Kid
04-03-2007, 07:14 AM
Yup; I've said it once and it bares repeating CP is the one common denominator here.

Actually, besides Carl Peterson we need to also factor in the late Lamar Hunt. I don't think a change is needed when it comes to Peterson, the change that was needed has taken place with Clark Hunt. This is not meant as a backhanded slap towards Lamar, but he did seem to be running things from a far. Based on what has taken place thus far in the offseason (free agency) it might appear that Clack Hunt is making more of the calls.

Peterson is by no means off the hook, just yet! Until he makes good on his promise to rebuild this team via the draft, he must remain on the hot seat along with Clark Hunt!

Chiefster
04-03-2007, 11:43 AM
Actually, besides Carl Peterson we need to also factor in the late Lamar Hunt. I don't think a change is needed when it comes to Peterson, the change that was needed has taken place with Clark Hunt. This is not meant as a backhanded slap towards Lamar, but he did seem to be running things from a far. Based on what has taken place thus far in the offseason (free agency) it might appear that Clack Hunt is making more of the calls.

Peterson is by no means off the hook, just yet! Until he makes good on his promise to rebuild this team via the draft, he must remain on the hot seat along with Clark Hunt!


True; I had let the late, great previous owner "off the hook" out of respect for his passing, but in the past it was not so. I had never understood Lamar's reasoning for keeping CP around, and really hoped that Clark would take the measures that Lamar did not and showed CP his walking papers.

jgunn1966
04-03-2007, 12:03 PM
Good stuff Cisco and Chiefster:iagree:

Chiefster
04-03-2007, 04:34 PM
Good stuff Cisco and Chiefster:iagree:

Well great minds think alike. :invasion: