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    NOT ! Seriosuly we looked very good on defense despite the one long pass we got a good amount of pressure despite not ahving J. Allen. I think that we will turn around from this disgracing lsos and become a better team. We have to because we are going to Chicago next week. I am disappointed with Huards paly I know that there was alot of dropped passes but i figuredt hat he would bea bit more composed not taking the sacks he did. I honestly think that this year is going to be a horrible year for us in KC :( We are alwasy contenders for a 500 hundred record becasue we play so tough at home but I really dont see us doing much because of the toughness of our division I will always see red and bea true chiefs fan but i am going t hate Edwards as head coach I liek hsi defense but he should pay attention to the old statement if it's not broke dont fix it and be more aggresive on offense he started off well then Medlock missed yet another kick. Is morten anderson still around ? LOL Well gotta love them but dont have to liek them right now !

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    I liked Tynes, I was surprised to see him go, I must have missed something. Besides he was Scottish and if it's not Scottish its CRAP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swmochiefsfan View Post
    I liked Tynes, I was surprised to see him go, I must have missed something. Besides he was Scottish and if it's not Scottish its CRAP.
    I didn't at first; way to inconsistent. But, I thought that he had developed into a half way decent kicker by the time we had cut him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    I didn't at first; way to inconsistent. But, I thought that he had developed into a half way decent kicker by the time we had cut him.
    He was better than halfway decent.

    Over the past 3 years Tynes was perfect inside of 30 yards 21/21. He was 16-19 from 30-39 yards. He struggled over 40 with a 13/20, but was 4-6 from over 50.

    In 2006, he went 11/11 from 0-29, 4-6 from 30-39, 7-10 from 40-49, and 2-4 over 50.

    That only works out to 77% which isn't much better than Rayner, but Rayner's actually at 72.2% career FG%, and he has lower numbers on the long ones 9-15 at 40+, and has a miss inside 30. His percentage from 30-39 is about the same. In hindsight letting Tynes go was stupid.

    I know the history between Vanderjagt and Manning, but why don't other teams give that guy a chance?! He's been a solid kicker through his career...
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    You mean that "IDIOT KICKER" sorry but that blast was frekin hilarious. But really I dont know why, he was a hell of a kicker unless hes one major locker room distraction?
    Cutting Tynes was a mistake and the way Hermmie likes to play offense we probably could use a good 40+ kicker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swmochiefsfan View Post
    You mean that "IDIOT KICKER" sorry but that blast was frekin hilarious. But really I dont know why, he was a hell of a kicker unless hes one major locker room distraction?
    Cutting Tynes was a mistake and the way Hermmie likes to play offense we probably could use a good 40+ kicker.
    Yeah, the "IDIOT KICKER" is the one I was referring to. He had some issues in Dallas with Parcells, essentially everyone did in that locker room though...

    I think some team could get a steal by bringing him in at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Yeah, the "IDIOT KICKER" is the one I was referring to. He had some issues in Dallas with Parcells, essentially everyone did in that locker room though...

    I think some team could get a steal by bringing him in at this point.
    I believe that he is in Jacksonville, as Josh Scobee has an injury. Not sure if they signed him, but NFL Network reported yesterday, that the Jaguars had brought him in for a look.

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    Nahh, the Jags signed New Orleans cast-off, John Carney

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_yl...v=ap&type=lgns
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbedgood View Post
    Nahh, the Jags signed New Orleans cast-off, John Carney

    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_yl...v=ap&type=lgns
    Ahh, he must have beat out Vanderjagt then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    Ahh, he must have beat out Vanderjagt then.
    Either that or it came down to fit in the locker room, or money.
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