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Chiefster
12-11-2008, 09:57 PM
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Q&A With Herm Edwards - 12/11

Three7s
12-11-2008, 10:05 PM
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Q&A With Herm Edwards - 12/11
Shows how much he cares eh?

Chiefster
12-11-2008, 10:09 PM
Shows how much he cares eh?

2 -11 and he has nothing to be ashamed of.

Coach
12-11-2008, 11:00 PM
Lost 19 of his last 21 games the HC for the Chiefs. I'm sure he is proud.

Darth CarlSatan
12-12-2008, 12:15 AM
And you know what? He really believes this.

Why be ashamed or take any responsibility, when you can just pick a player or two every week and give 'em the ol' Herm "Bus-Chuck"?

This guy is SO wrong for the NFL, and a complete plague on Kansas City.

Chiefster
12-12-2008, 12:31 AM
Lost 19 of his last 21 games the HC for the Chiefs. I'm sure he is proud.

He's beaming with it. :lol:


And you know what? He really believes this.

Why be ashamed or take any responsibility, when you can just pick a player or two every week and give 'em the ol' Herm "Bus-Chuck"?

This guy is SO wrong for the NFL, and a complete plague on Kansas City.

Herm - The Bus Driver - Edwards!

Darth CarlSatan
12-12-2008, 01:07 AM
An earlier to-do from this week:

Originally Posted by XXXXXX http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2008/12/14.jpg (http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?p=5279917#post5279917)
Apparently, you're watching a different team that I am every Sunday.

And again, you didn't answer the question: Has Herm Edwards quit on the Chiefs?



XXXXXX, seriously; the guy is just not right for the job. I didn't want to get in to this last night because I was watching a game and being lazy. But hey; that's what work is for, right?

There IS something more to look at here, and this is it:

Herm Edwards, much like LJ, does not give a **** about Kansas City. Yes, LJ plays hard, and maybe he's turned a corner in his personal life that will allow him to keep contributing to the franchise. But by and large; KC is not his scene. It's not where he hangs out, it's not where his friends are, but in his case it's somewhat okay because he's only a player on the team.

In Herm's case; it's inexcusable. For all his faults, Marty understood what this franchise represents; he understood the Legacy, the Rivalry, and the general gist of what makes up not just Chiefs Football, but what makes the City what it is. Herm Edwards does NOT.
Look at the guy in his post-game (de)pressers; eyes planted squarely on the notes and desk before him, no fire, no guts, and no eye contact with the press.
That is a person who DOES NOT CARE. He doesn't possess enough shame and/or balls to even look a cream-puff KC Sportswriter in the eye, and say "this element RIGHT HERE is where we messed up, and I'm responsible for it because this is MY ******* TEAM".

I'm not going to go into the long civic pride speech; everybody here knows damn good and well what it's all about. There are many elements that make Kansas City NOT Houston, NOT Dallas, NOT Minneapolis/St.Paul, NOT St. Louis, and NOT Anywhere in Oklahoma or Utah, Thank God.

The Chiefs, the City, and the Lifestyle are all intertwined and equally important to each other; I want a Head Coach who get's that.

Three7s
12-12-2008, 01:54 AM
An earlier to-do from this week:

Originally Posted by XXXXXX http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2008/12/14.jpg (http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?p=5279917#post5279917)
Apparently, you're watching a different team that I am every Sunday.

And again, you didn't answer the question: Has Herm Edwards quit on the Chiefs?



XXXXXX, seriously; the guy is just not right for the job. I didn't want to get in to this last night because I was watching a game and being lazy. But hey; that's what work is for, right?

There IS something more to look at here, and this is it:

Herm Edwards, much like LJ, does not give a **** about Kansas City. Yes, LJ plays hard, and maybe he's turned a corner in his personal life that will allow him to keep contributing to the franchise. But by and large; KC is not his scene. It's not where he hangs out, it's not where his friends are, but in his case it's somewhat okay because he's only a player on the team.

In Herm's case; it's inexcusable. For all his faults, Marty understood what this franchise represents; he understood the Legacy, the Rivalry, and the general gist of what makes up not just Chiefs Football, but what makes the City what it is. Herm Edwards does NOT.
Look at the guy in his post-game (de)pressers; eyes planted squarely on the notes and desk before him, no fire, no guts, and no eye contact with the press.
That is a person who DOES NOT CARE. He doesn't possess enough shame and/or balls to even look a cream-puff KC Sportswriter in the eye, and say "this element RIGHT HERE is where we messed up, and I'm responsible for it because this is MY ******* TEAM".

I'm not going to go into the long civic pride speech; everybody here knows damn good and well what it's all about. There are many elements that make Kansas City NOT Houston, NOT Dallas, NOT Minneapolis/St.Paul, NOT St. Louis, and NOT Anywhere in Oklahoma or Utah, Thank God.

The Chiefs, the City, and the Lifestyle are all intertwined and equally important to each other; I want a Head Coach who get's that.
Agreed 100%, REP!

Darth CarlSatan
12-12-2008, 02:09 AM
Agreed 100%, REP!

This was my follow-up Slam Dunk:


We're helping Raiders back up after knocking them on their asses; need I say more?!

Darth CarlSatan
12-12-2008, 02:20 AM
The thing that really opened my eyes was the 4th quarter of the Denver game:

You've got the Donk's backed up in their own end zone with no time outs left for them to use. Your defense is smelling blood, and you have 1 time out left with over two minutes left on the clock.
You're on the road, so crowd noise is not your defensive ally this day.

What do you NOT do?

That's right; waste your last time out and give Denver some time to re-think their strategy!
I was so dumbfounded by this, I simply sat there with my jaw agape, trying to somehow make any kind of sense it.

Guru
12-12-2008, 02:42 AM
Lost 19 of his last 21 games the HC for the Chiefs. I'm sure he is proud.
Everybody loves records.

Chiefster
12-12-2008, 09:33 AM
Everybody loves records.

Meh, they went out with 8-tracks and cassettes. :D

balto
12-12-2008, 11:37 AM
Thanks for posting that Chiefster, but that is nothing.

Watch his Q&A 12/10 Herm clearly talks about how if the keep this style of Offense then it would allow most of the great college QB's to come right in and play. OH and if they do not stay with this spread O then Thiggy will not be teh starter. Just got a feel that no matter what the chiefs do (offensive style wise) they will draft a QB really high maybe even first pick.

ALSO, its funny as hell to watch Herms face when someoen asked about Brokie Croyle, it's like he is in love with Croyle and just the thought of him brings a special feeling to Herms face LOL.

Its just scary to think we might waste our number one pick

jmlamerson
12-12-2008, 04:20 PM
Thanks for posting that Chiefster, but that is nothing.

Watch his Q&A 12/10 Herm clearly talks about how if the keep this style of Offense then it would allow most of the great college QB's to come right in and play. OH and if they do not stay with this spread O then Thiggy will not be teh starter. Just got a feel that no matter what the chiefs do (offensive style wise) they will draft a QB really high maybe even first pick.

ALSO, its funny as hell to watch Herms face when someoen asked about Brokie Croyle, it's like he is in love with Croyle and just the thought of him brings a special feeling to Herms face LOL.

Its just scary to think we might waste our number one pick

I agree.

(1) Neither Stafford nor Bradford are worth our 1st round pick. This is Harrington/Carr all over again. We're not exactly getting one of the Mannings or Matt Ryan.

(2) We can draft Tebow in the 2nd if we are deparately looking for a QB to bust with.

(3) Thigpen is good enough for next year. Does anyone look at our current level of talent and expect us to contend next year anyway?

(4) We have glaring holes at almost every position on our lines. We'll never get victories, no matter the QB, until those are filled.

nigeriannightmare
12-12-2008, 07:06 PM
The thing that really opened my eyes was the 4th quarter of the Denver game:

You've got the Donk's backed up in their own end zone with no time outs left for them to use. Your defense is smelling blood, and you have 1 time out left with over two minutes left on the clock.
You're on the road, so crowd noise is not your defensive ally this day.

What do you NOT do?

That's right; waste your last time out and give Denver some time to re-think their strategy!
I was so dumbfounded by this, I simply sat there with my jaw agape, trying to somehow make any kind of sense it.

Uhhh...have you seen what we do at the end of the half in every game. I think I saw a stat that opposing teams have scored 70 points in the last two minutes of the first half, what makes you think the end of the game would be any different.

Chiefster
12-12-2008, 07:33 PM
Thanks for posting that Chiefster...

Welcome! :D

PawnshopMarimba
12-13-2008, 01:57 AM
If Thiggy doesn't get a chance next year, I effing quit.

Chiefster
12-13-2008, 02:12 AM
If Thiggy doesn't get a chance next year, I effing quit.


What, exactly, will you do for those two minutes when you're off the bandwagon??? :D

Guru
12-13-2008, 02:45 AM
Meh, they went out with 8-tracks and cassettes. :DIts all about HD now.

Chiefster
12-13-2008, 02:50 AM
Its all about HD now.

Yep! Ahhh, clarity...