OTC: Dwayne Bowe Drops To 3rd String And 610’s Hamblin Is Scramblin’

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18 Responses to OTC: Dwayne Bowe Drops To 3rd String And 610’s Hamblin Is Scramblin’

  1. Anonymous says:

    Old Man Kissel
    810 scoops 610 once again….

  2. Anonymous says:

    A positive 810 story! I guess this one story evens it out the last 20 positive stories for 610. Dwayne Bowe is being taken apart by Todd Haley and rebuilt just like basic training in the army. In fact I think the whole team is in that mode. If you don’t practice well you don’t get the rewards of being first team. It is not about potential or athleticism. It is about production.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Old Man Kissel
    I guess not everyone can read from a website and “Say” it’s their scoop.

    810 is still better then 610…

  4. Anonymous says:

    Let’s be real here. D-Bowe will be running with the first team once the season starts regardless of where he is right now. Haley would be stupid not to put his best receiver on the field.

    This is nothing more than a slap on the wrist. They can call it a demotion all they want, but D-Bowe isn’t fooled and neither was Hamblin.

  5. Anonymous says:

    The Donger
    Old Man Kissel is a tool. He probably only claps and makes noise at Royals games when the scoreboard tells him to.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Bowe needs to recognize how Haley made LarryFitz and Anquan Boldin into even BETTER receivers than they were. Fitz thanked Haley for pushing him and making him work hard to make him stronger. Bowe needs to step it up

  7. Anonymous says:

    Dexter Morgan
    Most people want to be led, including players. When there’s a strong leader in place who starts getting people to believe in him, people raise their game. It sounds like Haley is getting through to a lot of guys. How often in the past have we heard about that many players staying after practice to work on things voluntarily, other than Gonzalez?

    With Herman Edwards, he was such a players coach that everyone’s level of effort fell down to the low level of his expectations. He was so lax and buddy buddy with the players that it created a bunch of lollygaggers, and look how that worked out.

    I’ve been hesitant to buy into Haley until we start winning games, but I don’t see how anybody can be unhappy with his approach in training camp so far.

  8. Anonymous says:

    If Haley can handle his players like he
    handled his wife at Brio 2 months ago
    then the Chiefs are headed to the super bowl.
    You can tell from all the reporters trying to
    make some news in this training camp that they
    are dying for something to say.
    Fact is that these players want to win.
    Haley can tell them that he took the Cards to
    the next level but it was not without
    problems and work.
    I think that Haley believe he can take any
    player in the nfl and with the right focus
    and work he can make them a good player.
    Remember…the talent level in the nfl is so
    high that in reality the talent among all the
    players in a position are pretty close.
    Its the way that player handles himself…his
    coaching…his coaches plan…the preparation..
    that makes the differnce in the nfl.
    Joe Montana says that Walsh made him better.
    That had he gone to a different system…had
    walsh not prepared him and his teamates as he
    did…had he been with anothercoach and
    offensive scheme that he probably would not
    have been as succssful as he was.
    Haley is doing a great job. We have reason to

  9. Anonymous says:

    JOJO, enough about Haley fondling his old lady….we get it already. Other than that I completely agree with the rest of your take. The “country club” atmosphere that Herm and Carl let happen to this team RUINED what Dick Vermeil built, and I for one am SO glad that Todd Haley is here now to bust these guys’ asses and make them understand that nothing is ever handed to them. That to get where they want to go they have to work hard to get there. The cream ALWAYS rises to the top in the NFL, so it’s refreshing to see that somebody is finally making these guys understand that. I haven’t been this excited for the start of a NFL season in years, and hopefully this Chiefs team will show vast improvement over that big stinking turd Herm rolled out there the last three years.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Right about basic training JS. Conditioning is the big difference maker in the NFL. Joe Paterno said it best. Winning is important, preparing to win is critical. Improved physical conditioning will lead to fewer mental breakdowns and stronger confidence. If the whole team buys what Coach Haley is selling it might be an ezciting season.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Dexter Morgan
    Hey jojo, name one coach who doesn’t think that he can make players better. All coaches think they know what they’re doing. Of course Haley thinks he can make players better, that’s the coach’s job.

    I have to disagree with your belief that the level of talent in the NFL is “so high that in reality the talent among all the players in a position are pretty close” – that’s not true. The league is so watered down since expansion it has opened the door for guys that don’t belong in the league. College players leaving early before their game is fully developed also plays a role in guys getting on the field who lack polished playing skills. That’s why teams have such a huge drop-off in the quality of bench players who replace injured starters.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    Good, Haley’s feeling up his own wife. What a change.

    Always wondered if Marty’s baby-mama named the kid “Tanner”?

  13. Anonymous says:

    Douchter Moron
    There’s Always an A-Hole on the Internet


  14. Anonymous says:

    Dexter Morgan
    With a big whining pussy trailing right behind.

  15. Anonymous says:

    aaawww, watsamatta dex? you just another sissyboi who can dish it out but cant take it? grow up lilboi.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Bayside Butcher
    Dang, Dexter, is Hearne following you all over the place?

    I agree, Dexter, EVERY coach thinks he can make his players better, yet it has become difficult with the sophs and juniors declaring for the NFL. The talent pool isn’t as deep as it once was.

  17. Anonymous says:

    It’s ok Old Man Kissel. At least the guys at 810 like you. In fact KK was telling me the other day that if you give him a ride home he’ll you a nice little treat to thank you for your support 😉

  18. Anonymous says:

    The above being said. 810 DID do a better job at spring training then 610. Also I like Soren’s two minute drill. Hate 610’s 6 in 10 second deal along with trivia crap on Friday’s on 810. gee I guess on a Friday their is nothing better to report.

    Uncle Dick-The baby was named Greg Hall.

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