OTC: Redskins Look To Chiefs For Whompin’

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17 Responses to OTC: Redskins Look To Chiefs For Whompin’

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hey, Orton wasn’t that awful in Chicago, and he didn’t have Brandon Marshall and Eddie Royal as targets. Nobody’s going to mistake him for the second coming of Dan Marino, but he ain’t chopped liver.

    As for Chiefs vs. Redskins, I think the desire by some in the KC media for any glimmer of hope confuse mediocrity for awfulness. The ‘Skins are considerably more talented than the Chiefs, whose main hope is that Washington’s internal dissensions will allow it to play down to KC’s level.

    While from a philosophical standpoint, I would agree that Rush Limbaugh has a right to try to buy an NFL franchise, the NFL — being a private organization — also has a right to deny his bid and the group of which he is a part has a right to kick him out because he lessens the prospect of its entry into the NFL. So I reckon everybody is within their rights. Rush may cry about the exclusion — and blame liberals, Democrats (of which there are few within NFL ownership groups) and whoever else he wants — but it his very notoriety, that which has made him rich, that works against him. You can be a controversial radio host or a controversial NFL owner, but those are probably mutually exclusive endeavors.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    There was less danger for Pony Express riders. They didn’t ride bareback.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Suh has a better chance at the Heisman than Reesing. It would be a great story. Rush Limbaugh will make tens of millions of dollars in settlements from the media outlets and individuals that slandered him. Can’t wait until The Star and porkchop have to print a retraction and apology. Roger Goodell has no balls. He let’s Mike Vick back in the league and throws Rush under the bus. The NFLPA has become a de facto wing of the DNC and NAACP. Maybe it’s time for an EEOC investigation into the NFL. With all the black players in the NFL the league doesn’t really reflect the true colors of our society. The league needs more whites, hispanics, asians, indians,(slurpee and casino), homosexuals and maybe some transgenders. I do think the league is doing a good job of employing the mentally and physically challenged Once again FEAR will be the motivator in Washington this week. Too many jobs on the line if the Skins lose this one. Chiefs go to 0-6 and Todd Haley will ask his wife if he should have gone for three this week.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Slurpee & Casino? Nice. Haven’t heard that. I’m more familiar with Feather or Dot.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Greg: Nice reference on the Pony Express poster. Took me a while to get it.

    mrolathe: I have not heard of Feather or Dot. More PC than slurpee and casino. Have also heard Slumdog and Teepee.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Greg, funny line about going for 2 in bed.

    And I TOTALLY agree with you about Kyle Orton. McDaniels is impressing the hell out of me( unforunately)….but I still say the Jay Cutler debacle will haunt him as long as he’s the Broncos’ coach. Denver’s won 3 games that could have easily gone the other way. They’re due to lose a few close games, and when they do, we might see them go the other direction.

    Thanks for posting Nick Wright’s comment about Limbaugh…well said by young Nick. The NFL has a right to say no to Rush, but I think they’re making a mistake. And yes, Whitlock and other slanderers better find proof of their claims, ’cause Rush may come down hard on the REAL race-baiters.

    As for Ndamukong Suh….much talk is out there about the Chiefs drafting an offensive lineman with their first pick in 2010. SCREW THAT CRAP!! If available, I’d draft Suh in a heartbeat.

  7. Anonymous says:

    “To deny him team ownership is to be perfectly honest un-American.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hey KC STAR-I sure wouldn’t know their was an NBA game in town tonight based on your coverage.

    Hey Greg-Finally saw the Hangover. Got one chuckle. Nothing special to me.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    Hope Haley leaves the drafting to Pioli. Todd thought his wife was a rookie tight end, turns out she was a veteran wide receiver.

    Must not have been married very long. If you got to score once, you’re probably not going to get your receiver to take it in the endzone, unless your little QB has protection.

  10. Anonymous says:

    smartman read my post under KU cold about Maid Rite

  11. Anonymous says:

    I think Greg’s option for going for two and the Pony express remark are related. Maybe his wife’s brother?

    I know Ivan carter was on Grunny’s show last night. Did anyone catch that. Would of liked to know Ivan’s take.

    I’m guilty. I was one of those that said “well at least we aren’t Denver.” I still say Denver is a paper lion.

    Washington should of never gotten rid of Marty but hey the owner is smarter then everyone else.

    I heard on the radio this morning that the Chiefs are #1 for red zone scoring. Of course they’ve only been their 11 times. And Matt has gone the third longest with an INT. Go Chefs

  12. Anonymous says:

    I haven’t yet seen where Rush has been slandered or libeled, but then those are legal terms which have very specific — and limited — applications. I have seen instances where he has been inaccurately quoted, including in a couple of mainstream media outlets, but that is neither slander nor libel. He has also been heavily criticized, but criticism of a public person — especially one who himself makes a living as a critic — also does not constitute libel or slander.

    There’s a difference between inaccuracy and willful disregard for the truth. There’s also a difference between dislike and malice. And there’s also a difference between criticism and actual harm. All three of these conditions must exist for there to be slander (the spoken word) or libel (the written word), and the threshhold for these for a public personality like Limbaugh is extremely high. If it weren’t, Limbaugh’s career — as others in the talk radio world, both conservative and liberal — would probably have been halted long ago by lawsuits.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Suh would not be the first defensive player to win the Heisman, Charles Woodson was. Of course, he also returned kicks and played some on offense.

  14. Anonymous says:

    HEY UNCLE DICK…I saw haleys wife and she is
    somewhat attractive. Brown hair with a decent
    body. Nothing like the stuff glazier is getting
    She looks pretty plain but after waking up every
    morning to his yelling “get me a f*cking english
    muffin”…” get out of my f*cking kitchen”…
    “I could get 3 people off the street from the f*cking mcdonalds who could make a better
    breakfast burrito than you” you’d be pretty
    worn out too.
    and make a b

  15. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    Probably benched her for the Mexican maid because she couldn’t swallow. “I can find 22 girls on Independence Ave. that can suck better than you.”

  16. Anonymous says:


    I heard Ivan Carter on Grunny & Pudgy last night and he said that the Redskins are in total disarray and there is a lot of finger pointing going on. He felt the Chiefs do have an advantage going into the game. If the Chiefs win he thinks Zorn is toast. Isn’t funny how if you are a coach and you lose to the Chiefs that your job is jeapordy. Wade Phillips last week. That is how bad we are.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Thanks JS for the info. Much appreciated. And great line/thought about losing to the Chiefs u r canned!!!

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