OTC: Steelers Fans Came, Saw, But Conquered

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9 Responses to OTC: Steelers Fans Came, Saw, But Conquered

  1. Anonymous says:

    Call me nuts–but this is a big game for the Chiefs Sunday…

    I’m looking at those three straight home games following–Denver, Buffalo, and Cleveland. I think they’ll be favored (yes) in the final two, and Denver is staggering (and it doesn’t get any better with the quick turnaround vs the Giants Thursday night.

    You go to San Diego and win (where they won in 2007 and should have won last year), and suddenly a 7-7 record is very much within reach, one week at a time.
    And 7-7 will put you in the wild card discussion, which is much, much more than any of us could have expected this season.
    Of the six win teams right now (Pittsburgh, Jacksonville, and Denver), we have a tiebreaker over the Steelers, lose one to the Jaguars, and play Denver twice. Other than the clear division leaders, everybody else is 5-5 or worse.
    I’d love to see us win four in a row, and then take another look at the wild card standings.

    People will say don’t get carried away, but why the hell not? Not much to lose here–if we lose in San Diego, we lose. It’s the opportunity that’s exciting after two and a half pretty damn dry years.
    The Chiefs have won two straight, three of five, and have a pretty decent schedule for the next month. Why NOT look ahead at the possibilities? The NFL has pretty much proven that most teams in the middle can lose any given week.

    This is the biggest game the Chiefs have played since the Indy playoff game since January, 2007. Sure, they could fall on their ass, but I have a feeling this is going to be a lot closer than everybody thinks. The Chargers are notorious for taking teams (and especially us) lightly, they’re coming off a big target win for them, and the Chiefs are starting to play a little better.
    I’m looking forward to it–for the first time in two years! That’s all I could have asked for this season.

    And, oh, how I wish we could have that Dallas OT and Oakland 4th quarter back again now…

  2. Anonymous says:

    First thing I did after the Chargers beat the Broncos is check the AFC West standings to look at what the Chiefs would have to do to WIN THE WEST. Crazy, right? But crazy happens every day in the wide, wide world of sports. Win in SD and it simply becomes far fetched. Here’s another whack thought — the Raiders aren’t dead yet either.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Greg: Not trying to ride the wave, but if you go back 20 years, Chiefs have had a good track record (for the most part) in San Diego. I remember a run there were each team won on the road. I’m not saying it’s going to happen, but there’s always a game on the schedule that your team isn’t supposed to win, and for me, I always circle the San Diego road game. That game may have been the “Stillers”, but let’s see what happens next week.

    Oh, and this Bend-don’t-Break crap? Bring me the head of Rod Rust sometime…giving up 500 yds is embarrassing

  4. Anonymous says:

    Dexter Morgan
    Enjoy the one week of giddyness, just don’t get whiplash from jerking back to disgust and anger this Sunday if they get punked in the Land of Ron Burgundy. The horrah!


  5. Anonymous says:

    Not to get off topic but just wondering if anyone has gone to a Missouri Mav’s game yet? I’m still debating if I’m ever going to go to a game.

    It just seems like a bad joke that we built the Sprint Center to get a NHL or NBA team here and all we get is Double AA hockey in Independence.

    Just seems like we threw a tonm of money on an empty arena and a broke entertainment district out the window.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Not a big hockey fan but plan to attend the new ABA team Friday.

  7. Anonymous says:

    “Are we going to be unhappy if they lose? Yes. But will we support them no matter what? Hell, yes.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Greg says, “The Three Stooges? That reference is more staid and played than someone cracking on holiday fruit cake.”

    This is coming from a guy who in the same post referenced Dwight Eisenhower and Thomas Dewey. What next- Comparing Mangino to Fatty Arbuckle?

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