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helmethead
10-04-2005, 01:57 PM
I am not sure about the rest of you, but seeing about 9,000 Eagles fans parading around Arrowhead on Sunday made me sick to my stomach and infuriated to the point of disbelief! I could not beleive they had a whole section way up in the corner.
Now greanted they were pretty quiet for much of the game and the Chiefs absolutley dominated in all phases of the game for much of the first half. Then it started to all fall apart and they awoke. Eagles fans are known for their idiocy, and they proved all the sterotypes right on Sunday.

:pint:

-Sean

IWasThere
10-04-2005, 03:23 PM
Haha, yea I was there and just because we cheer we are idiots? You all cheer your way, "we're gonna beat the hell out of you, you, you, you you you!". So that is okay? the chiefs and the fans have no heart, that's why you all left early.

birdsfan
10-04-2005, 04:15 PM
It was an absolute joy to see the sour look on the faces of all the smarmy, trash-talking Chiefs fans who had plenty to say to us before and during the first half of the game. What exactly was it that pissed you off? Was it our "BEAT THE TRAFFIC" chant when you all started to leave early? Or how about the ten thousand "E-A-G-L-E-S EAGLES" chants? Perhaps it was the way we came to your hometown, took over your stadium and proved that you all have absolutely no heart. "Who's House....OUR HOUSE!" Choke on that you sore losers. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahaha :-D

Duce22
10-04-2005, 04:25 PM
I had to register on this site just to comment...most of you people were nice to me, but it was an absolute disgrace to see all those fans leaving with so much time left. Going into prevent damn near cost us the game, but none of you yahoos would have even seen it. Don't try to compare with our passion, let alone spell it.

PS - get with the times, your tix have got to be the easiest in the country to counterfeit...they rip them off like your going to the movies for God's sakes, no scanning at all.

Chiefster
10-05-2005, 02:59 AM
helmethead wrote:
I am not sure about the rest of you, but seeing about 9,000 Eagles fans parading around Arrowhead on Sunday made me sick to my stomach and infuriated to the point of disbelief! I could not beleive they had a whole section way up in the corner.
Now greanted they were pretty quiet for much of the game and the Chiefs absolutley dominated in all phases of the game for much of the first half. Then it started to all fall apart and they awoke. Eagles fans are known for their idiocy, and they proved all the sterotypes right on Sunday.

:pint:

-Sean

Sean, I don't doubt your Chiefs fanaticism. I love our Chiefs too, but come on, did you really expect the Eagles fans to merely remain mute while their team turned things around, winning the game, out of respect for the Chiefs and their fans simply because they're in Arrowhead? We would have done the same in Philly had it been the other way around. I hate it that we lost too, but give the Eagles and their fans their due. From what I understand the Chiefs all but gave up with the game still in question, and many of the fans reflected that attitude by getting up and walking out. This issue has come up in other BB’s and most of those who were fortunate to see the game concur with my analysis.

IWasThere
10-05-2005, 10:12 AM
I must admit, I had a great time in KC last weekend. The fans there are great and were generally all nice to us. It's nice to see so many passionate football fans. I was in the lot while people were tailgating and many of you stopped to talk with us and had nice things to say. You truly should be proud of your city.

Duce22
10-05-2005, 04:18 PM
You can't beat a 4 dollar chilli bowl/bag of peanuts at the Wolfpack club, and no one game me any grief for smoking my cigar on the patio...best road trip ever.

Mayhem
10-05-2005, 08:48 PM
I was also at the game. I made the trip from Toronto, Canada to cheer on my Chiefs!

We made so much noise in the first half that I still haven't regained my voice.

It is so disappointing to see fans walking out early but the coaching staff had it coming.

Reading alot of the post game stuff, interviews and the like, I understand that Trent is not allowed to call audibles (?!?!?!). Come on! He is a thinking man's QB. He reads defences as well as Manning. If he sees the D lining up in a particular pattern, he ought to be allowed to call an audible and change the play on the fly.

As far as the Eagles fans go.... Most I met were cordial, before and after the game. I even ran into Westbrook's family and McNabb's mom. They were alright too.

Anyone who expects fans of an opposing team to sit on their hands while their team launches and unbelievable comeback, is dreaming. They have a right to make noise and they should. I wasn't happy about at all but it is expected.

Mayhem

I love Guinness :pint:

Chiefster
10-06-2005, 01:46 AM
Mayhem wrote:
I was also at the game. I made the trip from Toronto, Canada to cheer on my Chiefs!

We made so much noise in the first half that I still haven't regained my voice.

It is so disappointing to see fans walking out early but the coaching staff had it coming.

Reading alot of the post game stuff, interviews and the like, I understand that Trent is not allowed to call audibles (?!?!?!). Come on! He is a thinking man's QB. He reads defences as well as Manning. If he sees the D lining up in a particular pattern, he ought to be allowed to call an audible and change the play on the fly.

As far as the Eagles fans go.... Most I met were cordial, before and after the game. I even ran into Westbrook's family and McNabb's mom. They were alright too.
Mayhem

I love Guinness :pint:

I couldn't agree more, Green not being able to audible is asinine, I think he's been around long enough to effectively read a defense most of the time. As far as the fans are concerned, I've only encountered them on line but they all seem pretty nice. Good post! :-D

Mayhem
10-06-2005, 09:19 PM
Thanks Chiefster. This seems like a great place to discuss Chiefs football. Any other Canadians here?

A weekend without a game. Whatever am I gonna do? My family hardly recognizes me in the fall!

Mayhem :pint:

Poppaman
10-06-2005, 09:23 PM
Mr. chiefster I said this one hundred thousand times the chiefs need a(n) organization that wants to win I live in the Bay area, yes you guess it, Raider and niner country the need to get people,coaches that want to win thats BS not letting your QB make changes.I know its early in the season but the Philly game might broke our spirit I hope we see the PLAYOFFS forget the players lets get some coaches that want to win :-x :-x :-x

Poppaman
10-06-2005, 09:39 PM
podner Mayhem glad you participated in the Chiefs game in Philly,try going to a Raider game that a place you would be lucky to come out alive I went to a chiefs, Raider game and got a six dollar beer on my Chiefs hat tell me something how can this organization threaten to move from MO. The fans have been loyal the stadium sells out just about every game but we cant even get to the PLAYOFFS and if we do were out the first round trying to hang on but im steady losing faith in the CHIEFS need a winning organization terminate the coaches and start over again :-x :-x

Poppaman
10-06-2005, 09:46 PM
I dont care how many Eaglesfans were there the CHIEFS have to many veterans to lose that game need to terminate all the coaches and owner get somebody whowants to win should of got MARVIN LEWIS
at lease he wants to win but I forgot KNOW BLACK COACHES IN KLAN CITY :-x :-x :-x :pint:

Chiefster
10-07-2005, 04:06 AM
Mayhem wrote:
Thanks Chiefster. This seems like a great place to discuss Chiefs football. Any other Canadians here?

A weekend without a game. Whatever am I gonna do? My family hardly recognizes me in the fall!

Mayhem :pint:

LOL! I know what ya mean. My wife tells people that she doesn't have a husband during football season. She's kidding of course....uh...I hope. :-?
This is a great BB, there are a couple of others as well but I won't mention them here out of respect for the mods. But shoot me an e-mail at gyork7@cox.net with your login name in the "Subject" field, so I know it's you, and I'll send ya the links.

Chiefster
10-07-2005, 04:48 AM
Poppaman wrote:
Mr. chiefster I said this one hundred thousand times the chiefs need a (n) organization that wants to win. I live in the Bay area, yes you guessed it, Raider and niner country they need to get people, and coaches that want to win. Thats BS not letting your QB make changes. I know its early in the season but the Philly game might have broken our spirit. I hope we see the PLAYOFFS forget the players lets get some coaches that want to win :-x :-x :-x

I share your frustration Mr. Poppaman, but I'm not ready to lose faith in our team or our coaches yet. We've had some huge key injuries which have made our coaches change the way they prepare for the games, and the types of plays/schemes that they run. The good news is that it looks as if after the bye week we will be back to near 100% and perhaps we will see more of the Chiefs team we saw against the Jets, which was a costly win for us.

Chiefster
10-08-2005, 06:06 PM
Poppaman wrote:
podner Mayhem glad you participated in the Chiefs game in Philly,try going to a Raider game that a place you would be lucky to come out alive I went to a chiefs, Raider game and got a six dollar beer on my Chiefs hat tell me something how can this organization threaten to move from MO. The fans have been loyal the stadium sells out just about every game but we cant even get to the PLAYOFFS and if we do were out the first round trying to hang on but im steady losing faith in the CHIEFS need a winning organization terminate the coaches and start over again :-x :-x

Poppaman, I realize this post wasn't directed at me, but again I share your frustration. I agree the Chiefs organization should never consider moving. However, the reality of the situation is that a solid fan base simply isn't enough to keep an NFL team in a given city. Ask Cleveland fans.