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TheLateGreat#58Fan
04-09-2007, 12:57 AM
One of my worst moments was watching Lin Elliot in the playoffs verse the Colts- I dont think I have ever yelled at the T.V. so much in my life, the defense we came to the playoffs with I felt real confident in. Great moments to name a couple- (well for everyone's FYI I am from Atlanta) I was at a bar down here called SideLines I came in with my Priest Holmes jersey on the only Chief fan in the place- I got to listen to all the Falcon fans during the pregame then our Chiefs reeled off a 52-7 beating that left me the only won talking **** (especially b/c I had a few pitchers of Bud Light) another was watching our Chiefs get in the playoffs this year, my girl bought me tickets to the Jaguars game for x-mas and we drove up to watch us win and then get in

kenny1937
04-09-2007, 04:13 AM
Worst moment, everytime we lose to the Donk's, best moment, when Joe Montana beat John Elway and the Donk's in the last minute touchdown, my all time best moment, besides the SuperBowl win.


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Chiefster
04-09-2007, 06:32 AM
One of my worst moments was watching Lin Elliot in the playoffs verse the Colts- I dont think I have ever yelled at the T.V. so much in my life, the defense we came to the playoffs with I felt real confident in. Great moments to name a couple- (well for everyone's FYI I am from Atlanta) I was at a bar down here called SideLines I came in with my Priest Holmes jersey on the only Chief fan in the place- I got to listen to all the Falcon fans during the pregame then our Chiefs reeled off a 52-7 beating that left me the only won talking **** (especially b/c I had a few pitchers of Bud Light) another was watching our Chiefs get in the playoffs this year, my girl bought me tickets to the Jaguars game for x-mas and we drove up to watch us win and then get in


OUCH!!! You said the "L" word; it is so painful to me yet to read or hear! LOL!

I agree with kenny1937 for best moment. Another one was against the Cardinals when Steve Bono's 76 yard TD run off a play action fake to Marcus Allen against Buddy Ryan’s famous "D".

kenny1937
04-09-2007, 07:39 PM
OUCH!!! You said the "L" word; it is so painful to me yet to read or hear! LOL!

I agree with kenny1937 for best moment. Another one was against the Cardinals when Steve Bono's 76 yard TD run off a play action fake to Marcus Allen against Buddy Ryan’s famous "D".

Hey, I remember that game, I also remember that on one of the TD's (I don't remember who made it) the player run over to the poster on the fence with a picture of Buddy Ryan on it, and spit in Ryan's face. I ROIFL. Never will forget that one. (GRIN).

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Coach
04-09-2007, 11:04 PM
The worst Chief memory....there have been several. I would say when the Chiefs lost at home in the playoffs to the Broncos. I think it would have been 1997. I thought that was our year. I remember being so dejected after that game that I actually forced myself to do some soul searching. I realized that I needed to get involved in intramural sports or something because I was becoming to invested in the fate of a football team. My world was crushed after that game. But I started playing softball, so I had a competitive release. This probably all sounds pretty stupid, but I'm a Chiefs fantatic.

The 2nd worst moment was the loss to the Colts at home in the playoffs because I grew up in Indy and caught hell about that game forever from my Colt friends. How do you lose a game where you never punt, score on every possession except for a blocked fg, and run a kickoff back for a TD? I still can't figure out how we lost that game. The most telling sign of the game was when we onside kicked on the last possession of the game when we either had the lead or just tied it up(can't remember), because we felt like we had a better chance of recovering the onside kick than stopping the Colts.

My greatest moment was when Morten Anderson hit a 51 yrd FG to beat the Broncos 24-22. I think that may have also been 1997. I really hate the DONKEYS!

Chiefster
04-10-2007, 12:01 AM
...I think that may have also been 1997. I really hate the DONKEYS!

Ditto that!

kenny1937
04-11-2007, 05:07 PM
The worst Chief memory....there have been several. I would say when the Chiefs lost at home in the playoffs to the Broncos. I think it would have been 1997. I thought that was our year. I remember being so dejected after that game that I actually forced myself to do some soul searching. I realized that I needed to get involved in intramural sports or something because I was becoming to invested in the fate of a football team. My world was crushed after that game. But I started playing softball, so I had a competitive release. This probably all sounds pretty stupid, but I'm a Chiefs fantatic.

The 2nd worst moment was the loss to the Colts at home in the playoffs because I grew up in Indy and caught hell about that game forever from my Colt friends. How do you lose a game where you never punt, score on every possession except for a blocked fg, and run a kickoff back for a TD? I still can't figure out how we lost that game. The most telling sign of the game was when we onside kicked on the last possession of the game when we either had the lead or just tied it up(can't remember), because we felt like we had a better chance of recovering the onside kick than stopping the Colts.

My greatest moment was when Morten Anderson hit a 51 yrd FG to beat the Broncos 24-22. I think that may have also been 1997. I really hate the DONKEYS!

Spoken like the great Chiefs Fan you are, my sentimnets exactly!!

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Canada
04-11-2007, 06:59 PM
Bitter sweet...Derrick thomas 7 sacks against Seattle and Dave Kreig...and we lost. :(

wolfpack
04-11-2007, 07:56 PM
lin elliot`s misses was bad,real bad. watching them raise the ticket prices and not field a good playoff team. to many to list but to many to list on the good things. but watching them win the super bowl game was the best.

Chiefster
04-11-2007, 07:59 PM
lin elliot`s misses was bad,real bad. watching them raise the ticket prices and not field a good playoff team. to many to list but to many to list on the good things. but watching them win the super bowl game was the best.


Once again the "L" word! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!:ban: j/k

Cisco Kid
04-12-2007, 04:37 AM
Worst Chiefs moment...Had to be the Christmas Day overtime loss to the Dolphins, 1970? Anyway, the excitement leading up to the game was like an extra gift all wrapped in beautiful Christmas paper and ribbon. The game wasn't on the TV, so Dad and my brother and I were gathered together in the front room with a radio and the surroundings of Christmas. As the game pressed into the fourth quarter, it became just too dramatic of an event to experience with each other. So, the trio of Chiefs fans quietly parted company to endure the unknown in private. At the bitter conclusion, father and sons spent the remainder of that Christmas day in silent sorrow.

Best Chiefs moment...Aside from my first game at old Munciple stadium and first at Arrowhead, I would have to say attending the Pro Bowl at Arrowhead. It was such a cold day, but it paid off...my brother and I made our way to just above the players' tunnel and hit pay-dirt!! We came away with Minnesota Vikings great Alan Page's chin strap and Viking RB Chuck Foreman's wrist band...BTW-Foreman was the Rookie of the Year that season as well.

Chiefster
04-12-2007, 04:44 AM
Worst Chiefs moment...Had to be the Christmas Day overtime loss to the Dolphins, 1970? Anyway, the excitement leading up to the game was like an extra gift all wrapped in beautiful Christmas paper and ribbon. The game wasn't on the TV, so Dad and my brother and I were gathered together in the front room with a radio and the surroundings of Christmas. As the game pressed into the fourth quarter, it became just too dramatic of an event to experience with each other. So, the trio of Chiefs fans quietly parted company to endure the unknown in private. At the bitter conclusion, father and sons spent the remainder of that Christmas day in silent sorrow.

Best Chiefs moment...Aside from my first game at old Munciple stadium and first at Arrowhead, I would have to say attending the Pro Bowl at Arrowhead. It was such a cold day, but it paid off...my brother and I made our way to just above the players' tunnel and hit pay-dirt!! We came away with Minnesota Vikings great Alan Page's chin strap and Viking RB Chuck Foreman's wrist band...BTW-Foreman was the Rookie of the Year that season as well.


Ya know it's too bad that you don't have more chiefs experiences. LOL!
j/k

TheLateGreat#58Fan
04-12-2007, 01:19 PM
when did thy hold the probowl at arrowhead-
you have the chiefs in your blood

Chiefster
04-12-2007, 01:43 PM
when did thy hold the probowl at arrowhead-
you have the chiefs in your blood

I wondered the same thing.

jgunn1966
04-12-2007, 05:12 PM
Hey, I remember that game, I also remember that on one of the TD's (I don't remember who made it) the player run over to the poster on the fence with a picture of Buddy Ryan on it, and spit in Ryan's face. I ROIFL. Never will forget that one. (GRIN).

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That was Keith Cash(TE) catching a late touchdown in Houston during the playoffs from Joe M. after beating the Steelers and before the losing to the Bills. Houston was on a roll winning 8or9 games and were atleast 10 point favorites and we kicked their butts. Also(if my memory is correct) Cash didn't spit on Ryan he just threw the ball at the old fart's picture on a banner in the endzone and didn't spit on it. I could be wrong but it's one of the only good playoff memory in recent past.Was that our last playoff win??

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Chiefster
04-12-2007, 06:05 PM
That was Keith Cash(TE) catching a late touchdown in Houston during the playoffs from Joe M. after beating the Steelers and before the losing to the Bills. Houston was on a roll winning 8or9 games and were atleast 10 point favorites and we kicked their butts. Also(if my memory is correct) Cash didn't spit on Ryan he just threw the ball at the old fart's picture on a banner in the endzone and didn't spit on it. I could be wrong but it's one of the only good playoff memory in recent past.Was that our last playoff win??

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I wanna say no, but I can't think of a more recent playoff win. :(

kenny1937
04-12-2007, 07:23 PM
That was Keith Cash(TE) catching a late touchdown in Houston during the playoffs from Joe M. after beating the Steelers and before the losing to the Bills. Houston was on a roll winning 8or9 games and were atleast 10 point favorites and we kicked their butts. Also(if my memory is correct) Cash didn't spit on Ryan he just threw the ball at the old fart's picture on a banner in the endzone and didn't spit on it. I could be wrong but it's one of the only good playoff memory in recent past.Was that our last playoff win??

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You could be right j, my 70 year old memory may be a bit hazy, I remember one of the players doing something to the picture. Was that the game where our QB ran the ball for a TD when Buddy Ryans defense was so sure that the Chiefs were going to run the ball?

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Chiefster
04-13-2007, 12:12 AM
You could be right j, my 70 year old memory may be a bit hazy, I remember one of the players doing something to the picture. Was that the game where our QB ran the ball for a TD when Buddy Ryans defense was so sure that the Chiefs were going to run the ball?

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Nope two different games. The one where cash spit on Buddy Ryans picture was in the "93" season playoffs. The one your talking about was in "95", I think, against the Arizona Cardinals when Buddy Ryan was head coach; you know the "winner".

Cisco Kid
04-13-2007, 01:05 AM
when did thy hold the probowl at arrowhead-
you have the chiefs in your blood

The 1974 AFC-NFC Pro Bowl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro_Bowl) was played on January 20 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/January_20), 1974 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1974) at Arrowhead Stadium (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arrowhead_Stadium) in Kansas City, Missouri (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kansas_City%2C_Missouri). The final Score was AFC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Football_Conference) 15, NFC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Football_Conference) 13. Kicker Garo Yepremian (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garo_Yepremian) of the Miami Dolphins (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miami_Dolphins) was the game's MVP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MVP). The attendance for the game was 66,918. In the game Garo Yepremian set a Pro Bowl record with 5 field goals in the game, that still stands today

stlchief
04-13-2007, 01:35 AM
Worst moment: Leaving the dinner after my grandfather's funeral to check the Chiefs / Colts game this year.

Best moment: Raiders at home on Sunday night six or seven years back, riding a brew bus to the game, tailgating for an hour, sitting in the endzone, drinking too much with my cousin, Chiefs score 3 first quarter TD's in our end-zone, ball doesn't leave our end of the field for the entire first quarter. It was something like TD, blocked punt, TD, turn-over, TD or something like that. The rest of the game / night is a little fuzzy...

stlchief
04-13-2007, 01:38 AM
btw - I was at the DT 7 sack game against the Seahawks. #8 was on the last play of the game, he had him wrapped up, but he slide away and threw a TD as time ran out. I could still cry thinking about it...

Chiefster
04-13-2007, 06:39 AM
btw - I was at the DT 7 sack game against the Seahawks. #8 was on the last play of the game, he had him wrapped up, but he slide away and threw a TD as time ran out. I could still cry thinking about it...


It was a sad moment for all Chiefs fans everywhere.

wolfpack
04-14-2007, 07:49 PM
I wondered the same thing.

i went the pro bowl in K.C. about the only thing i remember from it was it was freakkkiiiing cold.

Chiefster
04-14-2007, 09:43 PM
i went the pro bowl in K.C. about the only thing i remember from it was it was freakkkiiiing cold.


Must be why they're in Hawaii now. :D

Coach
04-15-2007, 01:23 AM
i went the pro bowl in K.C. about the only thing i remember from it was it was freakkkiiiing cold.

The one and only Pro Bowl in Arrowhead. I'd say it its safe to assume it won't be back.

Chiefster
04-16-2007, 01:49 AM
The one and only Pro Bowl in Arrowhead. I'd say it its safe to assume it won't be back.


Yup; I think we can do more then assume. LOL!

kenny1937
04-16-2007, 04:09 AM
The one and only Pro Bowl in Arrowhead. I'd say it its safe to assume it won't be back.


You got that right coach, I don't see it leaving Hawai any time soon, I think it is the hula dancers. (grin)

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Chiefster
04-16-2007, 10:17 AM
You got that right coach, I don't see it leaving Hawai any time soon, I think it is the hula dancers. (grin)

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...And the fact that everyone gets a lei when they step off the plane.

Canada
04-16-2007, 01:58 PM
Maybe they will have a pro bowl in Canada?? lol :) It is always warm here!!

Chiefster
04-16-2007, 02:47 PM
Maybe they will have a pro bowl in Canada?? lol :) It is always warm here!!


…Compared to where; Antarctica?

Canada
04-16-2007, 04:45 PM
It s not that cold. ;p

Canada
04-16-2007, 09:00 PM
Another worst moment was my first Chiefs game in Buffalo...LJ goes for 132 and Trent Green throws 4INTs in a 14-3 Chiefs loss. I had to fight (and I do mean fight)my way out of the stadium, but those stinkin B_lls fan will always remember the crazy *** Chiefs fan that busted a few guys in the mouth. :) ...and my two honorary Chiefs fans got politely escorted out by security with 2 mins left. I would have gone too but I had to see the end of the game!!

Chiefster
04-16-2007, 09:32 PM
Another worst moment was my first Chiefs game in Buffalo...LJ goes for 132 and Trent Green throws 4INTs in a 14-3 Chiefs loss. I had to fight (and I do mean fight)my way out of the stadium, but those stinkin B_lls fan will always remember the crazy *** Chiefs fan that busted a few guys in the mouth. :) ...and my two honorary Chiefs fans got politely escorted out by security with 2 mins left. I would have gone too but I had to see the end of the game!!


You are a true hard core fan! :)

stlchief
04-17-2007, 01:47 AM
That game sucked. The defense played great and gave up l think less than 200 yards -- except for the nameless who was posterized twice on long balls. Trent couln't hit the broadside of a barn. The Chiefs team played great. It was just a day when 2 individuals - one on each side of the ball - had off days. Unfortunately, the nameless one on the defense did it regularly...

kenny1937
04-18-2007, 04:21 AM
Maybe they will have a pro bowl in Canada?? lol :) It is always warm here!!


Awww! I think that is a great idea, we get so much heat from Canada, I don't know how they messed up the way they did. I still think it is because of the Hula Dancers, so Canada needs to come up with an answer to that, and maybe they will move it to Sun Shiny Canada. ?(grin)

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wolfpack
04-18-2007, 02:26 PM
the best one, buying seats at very top and moving down 50 yard line,lower level. bad part was it was when they really $ucked. another bad part,, thinking you are going to have to take out a second mortage to take the family to see a game now.

Chiefster
04-18-2007, 08:57 PM
the best one, buying seats at very top and moving down 50 yard line,lower level. bad part was it was when they really $ucked. another bad part,, thinking you are going to have to take out a second mortage to take the family to see a game now.

What do ya mean "thinking"??? LOL!

kenny1937
04-19-2007, 04:33 AM
Yeah, when you are on the third mortgage, and tickets keep going up, sigh where is it all going to end!

:6: :character00293: Hee Hee, missed again!!

Chiefster
04-19-2007, 07:49 PM
Yeah, when you are on the third mortgage, and tickets keep going up, sigh where is it all going to end!

:6: :character00293: Hee Hee, missed again!!


It isn't.

Coach
04-21-2007, 01:52 PM
It's only going to get worse. Think about all of the overpaid Chiefs players that we have to thank for it.

Chiefster
04-21-2007, 01:53 PM
It's only going to get worse. Think about all of the overpaid Chiefs players that we have to thank for it.


Exactly!

kenny1937
04-23-2007, 04:17 PM
I couldn't agree with you and coach more, going on nineteen years of teasing really puts one in a great frame of mind :character00135: , See!!

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wolfpack
04-23-2007, 04:23 PM
whats a ripoff is ----the parking price. 10 gamesx$25 a car, thats alot of money for a open space.

kenny1937
04-23-2007, 04:37 PM
whats a ripoff is ----the parking price. 10 gamesx$25 a car, thats alot of money for a open space.



Yep, just like the space between the GM's ears. (grin)

:character00135: And your point IS?

Chiefster
04-23-2007, 08:10 PM
whats a ripoff is ----the parking price. 10 gamesx$25 a car, thats alot of money for a open space.


I know your paying enough already, but if you go for an overnighter stay in a Motell close to the Stadium and walk. Ken and I did that back in "04".

chief31
04-24-2007, 09:48 AM
It's only going to get worse. Think about all of the overpaid Chiefs players that we have to thank for it.

Players?!?!? At least the players work for the money. How about searching the administrative level, for overpaid employees.

wolfpack
04-24-2007, 11:35 AM
my dad lives in K.C. and we stay with him. most of the time he drops us off at the gas station accross the stadium and we walk.he always picks us up at the old adams mark hotel. trouble is the walk back seems awhole lot worse than the walk down. when they loose the walk seemes to go faster back, mainely because we are bit@hing at their play the whole way.

wolfpack
04-24-2007, 11:37 AM
Players?!?!? At least the players work for the money. How about searching the administrative level, for overpaid employees.

at least there is a cap,or one that looks like a cap. one of the things that killed baseball is no cap.

Chiefster
04-24-2007, 02:14 PM
Players?!?!? At least the players work for the money. How about searching the administrative level, for overpaid employees.

Another excellent point; personally I think you can look to both places to cut the fat.

Chiefster
04-24-2007, 02:16 PM
my dad lives in K.C. and we stay with him. most of the time he drops us off at the gas station accross the stadium and we walk.he always picks us up at the old adams mark hotel. trouble is the walk back seems awhole lot worse than the walk down. when they loose the walk seemes to go faster back, mainely because we are bit@hing at their play the whole way.


LOL!!! You are a true Chiefs fan. :D

kenny1937
04-26-2007, 08:47 PM
Players?!?!? At least the players work for the money. How about searching the administrative level, for overpaid employees.


That is an excellent suggestion chief31, (grin) I know what kind of a cap I would put on you know who!!

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