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    Makes me nearly shed a tear.

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    Those were the days...

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    I like to think of the Joe Montana era in KC as my good ole days- we won some playoff games then.

    But that group under Vermeil was astounding on offense. And at about 3:16, that block by Trent Green is great!

    Thanks for posting that.

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    :(

    Every single offensive play used to seem so magical, almost as if the water parted and then Priest and Richardson would be sprinting for the end zone. You practically couldn't blink between touchdowns.

    I almost wish I didn't watch that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yashi View Post
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    Every single offensive play used to seem so magical, almost as if the water parted and then Priest and Richardson would be sprinting for the end zone. You practically couldn't blink between touchdowns.

    I almost wish I didn't watch that.
    I have some audio clips of the Vermeil era...Dante's returns for TD's & such...listen every now & then...still give's me goose bumps to hear them.

    The era I miss most though is our GREAT Defense era of the 90's with DT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connie Jo View Post
    I have some audio clips of the Vermeil era...Dante's returns for TD's & such...listen every now & then...still give's me goose bumps to hear them.

    The era I miss most though is our GREAT Defense era of the 90's with DT.
    If we had that defense during the Vermeil era, we would have won multiple Super Bowls for sure.

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    'Twas an exciting time in the history of Chiefs football!

    If only we would have had, at the least, a mediocre defense back then......(sigh)

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    Quote Originally Posted by yashi View Post
    If we had that defense during the Vermeil era, we would have won multiple Super Bowls for sure.
    YEP!! I use to say that same thing so often back then! Seemed like whenever we had a great offense we didn't have the defense, or vice versa.

    I'm just hoping I get to watch a Chiefs Super Bowl return from Earth, rather than Heaven, hahaha.

    Super Bowl IV...I was 13 yrs old...watched with my dad & brothers, but the only memory I have is thinking Lenny Dawson was cute, lol. I'm still waiting 39 yrs later as patiently as possible...hoping to watch a Chiefs Super Bowl as an adult! Been a long wait, hahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stricken721 View Post
    Those were the days...
    Have to admit that was really fun to watch! Priest was such a tank back in the day!
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    Good times good times.

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