OTC: New England Phats Complete Chiefs Sideline Fantasy

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22 Responses to OTC: New England Phats Complete Chiefs Sideline Fantasy

  1. Anonymous says:

    The difference between Carl’s cronyism and that of Pioli is that Carl hired exactly one crony who had a history of winning. Dick Vermeil was a reasonable hire based on his history. So was Marty, although Marty wasn’t a crony. But Gunther? No reason to make that hire. Herm? Same thing. Gunther for his second round as DC? Bad idea. At least Weis and Crennel have a history of doing well in their respective positions to justify the hires.

  2. Anonymous says:

    GH: Let

  3. Anonymous says:

    How many SB rings did Greg Robinson have before he went to KC?

  4. Anonymous says:

    If Todd can keep working on that ponch he displayed through his turtleneck against Denver, Kansas City will easily have the fattest sideline in NFL history. Maybe he could hire Mangino as the OL coach?

  5. Anonymous says:

    That Guy
    I want to see Crennel and Weis do that jump-in-the-air-tummy-bump thing. (Does it have a name?)

  6. Anonymous says:

    to my fans/disciples/readers…
    heres the facts…
    the chiefs can only get better. Hoepfully
    weiss can teach all those receivers how to
    actually catch a football.
    Maybe crennel can bring some intensity to the
    team that noone has been able to do.
    I think todd haley better not be planning a
    loong stay in kc. If this thing backfires
    and haley doesnt let the fat twins handle thier
    duties without interference haley and his
    wife better start packing the boxes right
    They didnt pay the fat twins that kinds of
    money to come here and take orders from haley.
    As far as excitement…i see about as much
    excitement for the 2010 chiefs as I see
    every year for the royal bar b q or the
    symphony at unioin station july 4th.
    The only ones excited will be the fat twins
    who were unemployed and now during the worst
    financial recession in our lifetime walk away
    with 2 million bucks each.
    I will be reporting back to my readers from
    the royal fanfest on friday. Another very
    exciting event leading up to another exciting
    and losing year for our other hometown team.

  7. Anonymous says:

    from columbia:
    MU is now setting the stage for negotiations with
    the big 10. MU is securing additional donations
    from major donors to make a huge capital improvements upgrade and to dramatically
    increase funding for its major departments.
    Sepcifically, curators are now feeling out
    legislators/donors on the possibility of buying
    one of the private schools in columbia and
    making it a separate part of the mu business
    school. Look for the kronkes and lauries to
    be heavily involved in this.
    Yes. Its about money. But MU sees a golden
    opportunity to step up in stature as an
    academic/research university while still
    getting more media dollars with a larger,
    more successful conference.
    This will happen. MU decided when forsee took
    over that it had to make some major decisions
    on moving the university up to another level.
    They felt that their “midwest” roots and their
    affiliation with the big 12 was starting to
    affect their ability to become a top ranked
    university and to solicit the millions/billions
    in research funds available at the next level.
    And by the way…MU beats texas tech on the
    And as always…MU 41 KU 39…

  8. Anonymous says:

    WOW. So you mean Clark was able to hire these outstanding coachs while still living in TEXAS??? AMAZING!!!! Based on the comments I’ve read here I thought for sure you had to LIVE in Kansas City to run the team. Even though the previous owner won a Super Bowl while being a Texas resident. Now I know you can actually run a business but not live in the city where the business is. MIND BOGGLING!! THANKS off the couch.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Sorry to rain on the parade but I think this Weiss/Crennel thing is just weird. I can’t fathom these guys being deferential to a punk like Haley. I hope it works but I’m not holding my breath.

  10. Anonymous says:

    GH: Bukaty is right

    HaHAha LOL LMAO… Greg, you sir are on a roll!! Not only have you resorted to purposely taking quotes out of context to suit your narrative (and yes, “purposely” is the correct word here as you have yet to address either recent instance)… but now you’re quoting Nate Bukaty? Oh wait, Nate is still talking. Go ahead and finish your thought Nate… I was just starting to rebuild an engine so I’m sure we’ll both be done at about the same time.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Concession sales would also like to see both new coaches on the sideline. They are worried they won’t have enough items in stock to feed them in the booth.

  12. Anonymous says:

    rick..stick to commentary on uselss dribble..
    no more jokes…thanks.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    I’d be surprised if either of these guys can jump higher than a pack of Lucky Strikes. If they did, the tremors would make Raytown look like Haiti. Oops, too late.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Johnny Utah
    Little boy with Grampa’s money better find some players to be coached. this team is way behind on talent, not coaches, Clark. heck, the head coach had a great offensive coordinator before the season, but he was too insecure to work with him.

  15. Anonymous says:

    We have the talent. To play in the NFL you must have talent.

    This is about heart and motivation and love of the game, and playing the game. Those are things haleygirl has no concept of. H e runs this team like Glen Garry Glen Ross, this is NOT SALES ….. THIS IS FOOTBALL.

    There is no heart here, the KC Chiefs are souless. If you want to see how to do it, look to Dallas. Jerry Jones loves his team and puts his money where his mouth is. Jerry does not plug holes, he builds teams with leaders, from the top down. hlark cunt has an idiot at the top, and now is hiring “has beens” who cheated their way to the super bowl.

    Ever since they stopped the cheating( filming the other team ) how has NE done?

    Jerry is not afraid to spend money while hlark cunt does not even spend his allotmemt of salary cap money. This year he was 30 million UNDER THE CAP…… there are things very worng with tis team.

    Someone said this team must get better? wtf?? has it gotten better in the last 10 years?

    Be ready for to say bye bye to this team. ….LA CHIEFS

  16. Anonymous says:

    can you please put a print function on this site. cutting and pasting doesn’t even work right now.


    GH: Red, a new website is in the works that hopefully will allow much more flexibilty as far as printing and capturing content. If you close your browser and reopen it you should be able to fix your copy/paste issue.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Do you really think stealing hand signals won New England three Super Bowls?

  18. Anonymous says:

    oh look, it it is genius boy, DVD. Tell us genius boy, how ha NE done since they stopped taping? eh?

  19. Anonymous says:

    oh look, it it is genius boy, DVD. Tell us genius boy, how has NE done since they stopped taping? eh?

  20. Anonymous says:


    Really? We have the talent?

    Heart, motivation, and momentum are for suckers. They’re just things for ESPN talking heads to yammer about because they have to fill an entire week of downtime with their hot air.

    When you shop at the scrap heap for players, they can be the most rabid competitors in the world–but they’ll have their heads handed to them by more talented athletes.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Pained..Jerry Jones is a pompous douchebag. Hiring Weis and Crennel is a masterstroke. KC will start a playoff run in 2011 that lasts for multiple years and produces at least a Super Bowl appearance and probably a Super Bowl win.

  22. Anonymous says:

    I’m a Chief’s hater, but this coaching staff is starting to scare me. I actually think they may have hit on something here. I think if you have some excellent position coaches and decent talent, you can go a long way in the playoffs.

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