PDA

View Full Version : ESPN's 1st and 10



DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 11:45 AM
Was watching 1st and 10 this morning and they were talking about the rumored Moss and Culpepper reunion. One of the Two live Stu's bros. suggested that the Chiefs would be a GREAT place for the duo to rekindle their relationship. Wondered what the crowd thought? I personally would do it in a second!!!!!! Moss can only add to our team. ( although I realize the possibility of turmoil in the locker room ) He is still probably the best receiver in the game and to add that type of player to any team would be a good thing. Culpepper has shown some signs of being old and done, not to mention fragile but he can't do any worse that either of the guys we have now. With an improved O line, these two guys would be great additions to this team!!! To bad it will NEVER come to fruition mainly because CP would NEVER spend the money Moss would require. Culpepper would not cost much and I believe he could be a good teacher to a young guy.

texaschief
03-03-2008, 12:03 PM
lmao!!! I was only joking before, but from what i can tell, you actually posted this with a straight face.

....just another FA junkie.

DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 12:10 PM
lmao!!! I was only joking before, but from what i can tell, you actually posted this with a straight face.

....just another FA junkie.
Me a FA junkie?

If your suggesting that we don't need help at the WR position, you may need to rethink things! I am not suggesting before O line or even CB but it is a position that needs to be addressed!

m0ef0e
03-03-2008, 12:23 PM
Me a FA junkie?

If your suggesting that we don't need help at the WR position, you may need to rethink things! I am not suggesting before O line or even CB but it is a position that needs to be addressed!

Agreed. We need help in a lot of places. Moss still has it-- he certainly proved it last year. However, I wouldn't give a used stick of gum for Culpepper.

DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 12:26 PM
Agreed. We need help in a lot of places. Moss still has it-- he certainly proved it last year. However, I wouldn't give a used stick of gum for Culpepper.
I know it would be a bit of a risk but he couldn't possibly be any worse than what we have now! As most know, I have no faith in Croyle. Hopefully he proves me wrong but I think this will be a position we will need to address badly next season!

m0ef0e
03-03-2008, 01:08 PM
I know it would be a bit of a risk but he couldn't possibly be any worse than what we have now! As most know, I have no faith in Croyle. Hopefully he proves me wrong but I think this will be a position we will need to address badly next season!

I agree with you on Croyle. I'm galaxies away from being sold on him. He hasn't been impressive by any stretch of the imagination but that's not to say he can't get better. I hope he does and has a good career for himself.

However, from what I saw of Culpepper last season was easily just as dismal as anything Croyle or Huard did. In fact, Huard played better, IMO, than Culpepper did last year. So, I would rather just keep Damon around than even think about signing Culpepper. Though, Daunte's not as far gone as Trent Green, they both need to start thinking about the same thing-- retirement!

I guess what I'm getting around to is that I agree the position will need to be addressed but signing Culpepper will not fix anything and we should just stay away from him unless we want more shoddy and inadequate play from our QB. JMHO

EDIT: The only thing I think Croyle has over Culpepper, is the fact that he's young.

DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 01:23 PM
I agree with you on Croyle. I'm galaxies away from being sold on him. He hasn't been impressive by any stretch of the imagination but that's not to say he can't get better. I hope he does and has a good career for himself.

However, from what I saw of Culpepper last season was easily just as dismal as anything Croyle or Huard did. In fact, Huard played better, IMO, than Culpepper did last year. So, I would rather just keep Damon around than even think about signing Culpepper. Though, Daunte's not as far gone as Trent Green, they both need to start thinking about the same thing-- retirement!

I guess what I'm getting around to is that I agree the position will need to be addressed but signing Culpepper will not fix anything and we should just stay away from him unless we want more shoddy and inadequate play from our QB. JMHO

EDIT: The only thing I think Croyle has over Culpepper, is the fact that he's young.
I agree on Culpepper. I just brought it up for the sake of what the TV show was speaking on. It's probably all moot anyhow being as I really believe that Moss will re up with New England.

m0ef0e
03-03-2008, 01:27 PM
I agree on Culpepper. I just brought it up for the sake of what the TV show was speaking on. It's probably all moot anyhow being as I really believe that Moss will re up with New England.

He probably will. Moss has calmed down a lot since his experience in Oakland and he seems like he just wants to win now. He probably realizes that he has about as good a chance as he will have at it in NE.

texaschief
03-03-2008, 02:14 PM
PFT:
We’re picking up preliminary, uncorroborated rumors that receiver Randy Moss has agreed to terms with the Patriots.

Again, this is preliminary. And uncorroborated.

But it’s what we’re hearing from one of our sources. Stay tuned.

Perhaps the news of Ben Roethlisberger’s jaw-dropping deal prompted the Pats to sweeten the pot with Moss having to track down a better offer elsewhere.
*********************

Bowe is a #1 reciever and i don't think y'all are giving Webb any credit. The guy barely had any balls thrown to him last season to get into any kind of rythm. I think he could be a #2 reciever. He just needs a shot.

From what i can tell from an organizational stand point, it looks like the Chiefs think the same thing. Don't be shocked to see them take another WR at some point in this draft. I know they have interest in Nelson from KSU. If they have interest in him, i'm sure they have a couple other WRs they like as well.

Moss IS a great WR, but only when he's playing for a great team.

Culpepper would put our organization in an even worse position at QB than it already is. The Chiefs already wasted one year by starting Huard this past season and weren't able to properly evaluate Croyle. If we bring in Culpepper, at the end of next season, we'd still have the same questions about Croyle as we do this season. It's just not a good idea anyway you look at it.

DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 02:41 PM
PFT:
We’re picking up preliminary, uncorroborated rumors that receiver Randy Moss has agreed to terms with the Patriots.

Again, this is preliminary. And uncorroborated.

But it’s what we’re hearing from one of our sources. Stay tuned.

Perhaps the news of Ben Roethlisberger’s jaw-dropping deal prompted the Pats to sweeten the pot with Moss having to track down a better offer elsewhere.
*********************

Bowe is a #1 reciever and i don't think y'all are giving Webb any credit. The guy barely had any balls thrown to him last season to get into any kind of rythm. I think he could be a #2 reciever. He just needs a shot.

From what i can tell from an organizational stand point, it looks like the Chiefs think the same thing. Don't be shocked to see them take another WR at some point in this draft. I know they have interest in Nelson from KSU. If they have interest in him, i'm sure they have a couple other WRs they like as well.

Moss IS a great WR, but only when he's playing for a great team.

Culpepper would put our organization in an even worse position at QB than it already is. The Chiefs already wasted one year by starting Huard this past season and weren't able to properly evaluate Croyle. If we bring in Culpepper, at the end of next season, we'd still have the same questions about Croyle as we do this season. It's just not a good idea anyway you look at it.
Unless he's brought in as a back up. I think he could teach a young guy some valuable lessons.

hermhater
03-03-2008, 02:49 PM
Carl would never sign these guys, so it's a moot point.

But since were talking about it...

I would love to see Moss here in KC but he will resign with NE.

Culpepper???

Fuhgedaboutit!

Chiefster
03-03-2008, 03:58 PM
Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Canada
03-03-2008, 04:54 PM
Looks like Chiefster pooped himself again! :)

Chiefster
03-03-2008, 05:04 PM
Looks like Chiefster pooped himself again! :)

I was protected.

Thanks...

chief31
03-03-2008, 09:24 PM
PFT:

Culpepper would put our organization in an even worse position at QB than it already is. The Chiefs already wasted one year by starting Huard this past season and weren't able to properly evaluate Croyle. If we bring in Culpepper, at the end of next season, we'd still have the same questions about Croyle as we do this season. It's just not a good idea anyway you look at it.

And thank God for that!!! Noone has ever seen Croyle play with an NFL offense yet, and he is already getting the boot from alot Chiefs fans.

If he had been starting from the beginning last season, then everyone would want his head on a platter. Because of a piss-poor offensive line.

On top of that, everyone would currently be screaming for a QB in the first round. Which would awesome. (<<<Sarcasm.) Let's get another body that can be abused by defenses with a sub-par offensive line.

DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 10:27 PM
And thank God for that!!! Noone has ever seen Croyle play with an NFL offense yet, and he is already getting the boot from alot Chiefs fans.

If he had been starting from the beginning last season, then everyone would want his head on a platter. Because of a piss-poor offensive line.

On top of that, everyone would currently be screaming for a QB in the first round. Which would awesome. (<<<Sarcasm.) Let's get another body that can be abused by defenses with a sub-par offensive line.
When are you going to start the "Croyle to the rescue" campaign? LOL!!:yahoo:

Lazeye
03-03-2008, 10:53 PM
The things that we have seen from Moss is unreal, I would not want to sign him for we have our own Moss and he is called Bowe for he has done the kind of things only Moss has done. Am I wrong?

DrunkHillbilly
03-03-2008, 10:57 PM
The things that we have seen from Moss is unreal, I would not want to sign him for we have our own Moss and he is called Bowe for he has done the kind of things only Moss has done. Am I wrong?
Uh, yes.

AkChief49
03-03-2008, 11:42 PM
I seen this show also. I do not think we have the money for Moss and this would do nothing but set us back on the road to rebuilding. jmho. Culpepper is too old . It's not like he can run away from anyone anymore...which with our "current" O-line status would ensure him an earlier retirement

hermhater
03-04-2008, 02:36 AM
This thread is still getting replies?

I thought I straightened you all out.

No go watch Jimmy Kimmel vs. Matt Damon!

:11: