OTC: Chiefs Ready To Pop Top On St. Joe Summer Home

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9 Responses to OTC: Chiefs Ready To Pop Top On St. Joe Summer Home

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ptolemy
    Chiefs offensive backfield is improved.

    Chiefs O-line is improved.

    Chiefs secondary is improved.

    QB, receiver corps, DLine and LB corps were “OK” and are maybe going to be a year better.

    Chiefs special teams were good and are going to be better.

    Chiefs coaching was weak and is very strong.

    Should be an interesting season.

    Bye-bye Royals.

  2. Anonymous says:

    EricB in KC

  3. Anonymous says:

    DonkeyPunch

  4. Anonymous says:

    MandDShagger
    Watson recognized in the London airport more than Tiger Woods….gee would that be Heathrow or Gatwick Kevin?

    I hear that Broadway producers are planning a huge epic abbout KK’s life and career. Gonna call it The Lyin’ KING!

    Chiefs might be better but still not good enough to make any hay. Season will be over by mid-October.

  5. Anonymous says:

    nick
    The Big 12 re-allignment story was an oasis. Summer sports talk gets OLD. FAST. And we’re entering the thick of sports radio duldrums.

    Michael Savage gets more time on my drive home than Nick Wright and Ron Bergundy (AWESOME comparison. Ha! Except Bergundy makes me laugh.)

    The 24-7 Chiefs coverage will be great….for about 3 days.

    Let’s not forget how DULL Pioli and Haley are. We’ll get nothing from the coaches. Nothing from the players. Clark Hunt and Pioli will give us ZERO information on anything of substance.

    And don’t be surprised if Bowe and other yackers are given a muzzle.

    Sports talk doesn’t really get good until the pre-season games start. Until then, it’s more entertaining hearing riffs about Al Gore the sex poodle and Kagan the Pagan.

  6. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Michael Savage ROCKS!

  7. Anonymous says:

    John
    Greg, I have a question. I just watched a Channel 9 story about Tony Temple. In it they said he still had dreams of the NFL. But he does have a normal sales job now.

    My question is, do you think Temple was the most over hyped high school prospect in KC football history?

    When he was at the Rock, every Big 12 North team and a few Big 10 schools wanted him. He had a alright career at MU really only having one good game. The one against Arkansas in the Cotton Bowl.

    He thought he would get drafted by a NFL team, he didn’t. But what amazes me is if he’s really good, why didn’t a CFL team try to get him?

    When I see Temple, he just reminds me of J. Rush. A great HS player who just didn’t have what it takes to be a great college player.

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    freelance songwriter
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  9. Anonymous says:

    Kermit Martinetto
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