OTC: Is Glenn Dorsey The Next Ryan Sims?

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20 Responses to OTC: Is Glenn Dorsey The Next Ryan Sims?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’ll give Pioli three years as well. If there is no improvement in this team. Get rid of him. So-far I’m not impressed with the guy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Regarding Dorsey, yeah he is likely a bust…NFL, has proven over and over, if you have got it, you see it right away…ala Jarod Allen…ala Neil Smith, so on…I have never seen an F player become an A player or even a B player, not ever..surely not on this team…even Larry Johnson looked pretty good in his first year backing up Priest Holmes…latter he was very good…so Jury is in 95% Dorsey is at best average, likely a major bust…

    As far as our new GM, I disagree, he got Matt Cassel, who may be a top three qb….and we have strong linebackers now…they should take Johnson to at least a B level from a C…he is also close to a bust…not a big play guy..needs to be…granted I was not happy with signings much after Matt, thought we would see much more and was not thrilled with our draft picks…needed a weapon on offense like MU man that went to Philly, who I pick now to win the NFC finally…followed closely by Atlanta with Tony going there, he will help them alot..but our sched..made this a tough year to move forward much and we had almost no talent on the team…like the Royals….again I think this is a long preseaon for 2010 then we will see about our new coach and GM…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Don’t put Cassel in the HOF just yet. I want to see him with a year of starting without Randy Moss before I pass judgement.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I don’t get all the pessimisim (sp?) from a lot of Chiefs fans regarding this season…do you people NOT understand just how horribly bad the previous GM and coaching staff were????? We now have a guy that was primarily responsible for the Patriots rebuilding into a perennial champion (Pioli), and a coaching staff that doesn’t want to be “friends” with the players and will push those underachieving pricks as much as they have to in order to get positive results. Frankly I don’t see how they DON’T significantly improve.

  5. Anonymous says:

    My niece is in baton rouge. She said she saw
    dorsey at the national football signings there
    this year and he was so fat. She said that
    he could barely walk and that he was walking with
    a limp then too. She said he lived above a
    bar/restuarant and we eating all the time.
    When you take someone like this its a gamble.
    The expectations fall on a 22 year old kid who
    probably gets his first paycheck ever.
    LSU is notorious for putting out losers. My niece also saw glen at a huge beer party puton
    by AB in baton rouge. This guy is just a big
    punk loser. The millions the cheifs put into this guy was not their fault…it’s the players
    fault…he just got his money and gave up all

  6. Anonymous says:

    Gooooooo Chieeeeeefs!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Glenn Dorsey does not have the DISCIPLINE to play at a high level in the NFL. Despite that he’ll still bank a ton of money before he can’t find some moron coach or GM to give him the league minimum with incentives to make the roster and play in 10 games. Like Glenn Dorsey, Michael Vick does not have the DISCIPLINE to be a conforming member of society. A leopard never changes its’ spots…or a Dalmation either. He’s flat ass broke and ain’t a plyah anymore. It’s only a matter of time before this guy blows a gasket. Herm Edwards doesn’t have the INTELLECTUAL HORSEPOWER to coach in the NFL at a high level. Jimmy Carter has a better chance at a second term than Herm does at coaching again.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Ray McKigney
    The Chiefs organization has a DT jinx – McGlockton, Sims, Freeman, Spithood Siavii, and now Glen Dorsey. Haven’t had good players there since Saleamua and Phillips and 1 season from Dan Wiliams. No doubt next year’s first round pick is Suh from NU – he could break the jinx.

  9. Anonymous says:

    scott pioli
    I told that big black mandingo to get off all that cajun popeyes chicken and jumbalaya!
    He just go freaking big in the offseason yo0u
    would have thought he was trying to replace
    the man on green acres.
    wHY CAN’T this big dumb ass show up in shape.
    We promised him that we would get him some of
    larry johnsons ex hos but apparently he thought
    we meant ho hos (as in chocolate ho hos).
    glen has got to go.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Matt Cassel is NOT one of the top 3 QB’s in the NFL. Given the choice I’d take a rusty Mike Vick over Cassel. Matt does not have the physical tools and maybe even the mental ones to survive the beating he’s going to take this year. Being the Chiefs QB has more health risk than being the night shift clerk at the 7-Eleven on Wornall Road.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Smartman, a warning. Everytime someone says Matt Cassel isn’t the second coming of Steve Young, the Cameroheads come in full force to say you don’t know what your talking about. Be carefull.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Rick in PV
    My bigger fear is that we will be asking the same thing about Tyson Jackson a year from now …

  13. Anonymous says:

    610 gets Carl 810 is scooped again. Disagree with Glazier their are times when players are late bloomers. Some may say James Harrison of Steelers fame would be one. Also its a reach to say Cassell may be a top three player. I also disagree with Dimebag. Sometimes they can change their spots. See Randy Moss. Also did anyone see where Eric Hicks got cut?

  14. Anonymous says:

    Who is in hell wants to hear from Carl Peterson again? Talking to failed Gm’s a half a year after they got fired is hardly being scooped. In fact it seems a little sad.

    Maybe Nick Wright will talk to Herk Robinson on Thursday!?

  15. Anonymous says:

    Apparently a lot of people want to hear what he has to say (though I don’t think he would be honest so i wouldn’t be among them). 610 had him on, 810 is quoting who they think is him, the NFL has him on there twitter. This explains why you aren’t the program director John.

  16. Anonymous says:

    John: I’m not seeing the love for Matt Cassel from Camaro-heads, GTO-heads, Firebird-heads, Trans Am-heads, Mopar-heads, or anybody that inhales too much exhaust. Everyone I talk to thinks he’s an overpaid pretty boy Tom Brady wanna-be. He doesn’t have the goods or the skills to be an impact player in the NFL. There is no harder position to play in team sports than QB in the NFL. You’ve got to be stone cold thug badass and have the discipline to keep your head focused in the game. There are maybe 10 guys in the league now that have the gifts to play the position well; Matt Cassel ain’t one of them. He was drafted to be a backup and that’s what he is. Fate and destiny are cruel parents and this kid is gonna get his cage rattled in ways he can’t begin to fathom. Defensive coordinators are going to throw the kitchen sink at this guy with stunts and blitzes he’s never even thought about. After he gets blasted a few times we’ll see if he’s got that dazed and confused look or the bring it on motherfuckers stare.

  17. Anonymous says:

    So, how did Nick Wright do now that he “Scooped” Petro with a failed GM interview? Was he able to beat static?

  18. Anonymous says:

    So you think Soren is static? We’ll have to see the next set of ratings. Obviously we saw the last which showed an up turn for 610. But most have credited the Royals for that.

    I’m curious as to how you evaluate “failed” John. If failed is defined as did they go to the Super Bowl while Peterson was GM. Then they failed miserably!!!

    However if success is judged by did the Chiefs make a city care about them, fill up a stadium, and make boat loads of money for Hunt family then Peterson would be viewed as a success.

    It amazes me that people that want to judge 810 based on just their ratings success would not judge Peterson on his rating success which in this case as all cases with businesses is, did you make a profit? Which he did.

    So now we know why you aren’t the Chiefs GM.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Hipity Hop
    Yes Rick he never won the SB meaning he failed. Yes he also made the city care about the team. But he also was the reason few cared about the team in the last three years.

    So we now know why you aren’t the Chiefs GM.

  20. Anonymous says:

    So H.H. basically you are saying you agree with everything I said. Sounds like I should be the GM. I would make you my assistant but I don’t like YES Men.

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