OTC: Singing In The Rain!

KANSAS CITY, MO- SEPTEMBER 13

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30 Responses to OTC: Singing In The Rain!

  1. Anonymous says:

    renton
    Clinkscale said Mad Jack had a family situation to deal with.
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    GH: Thanks for the info. I wonder how Clink feels about how 810’s promos totally ignoring his contribution to their Chiefs postgame shows.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jayhawk Fan
    THE LOUD SCREAMING KC FANS HAD AS MUCH TO DO WITH THAT WIN AS haley DID

  3. Anonymous says:

    Mark X
    I’m a huge Chiefs fan, but ….

    1) We were lucky…
    2) The Chiefs better be looking for a quarterback –fast (yeah, I know how impossible that is at this time)…
    3) This could be the best rookie class of the Chiefs since … since … ever?
    4) The FANS truly are the Chiefs 12th man … they CAN affect a game’s outcome at Arrowhead…
    5) Since not convinced on Haley, but maybe, just maybe he can coach ….
    6) This will be a classic Chiefs game … we will be talking of this 10 years from now … for one night, we believed …

  4. Anonymous says:

    ShawnF
    Not from a outcome standpoint, or a stomping the opponent, but last night’s game is the closest I’ve seen/felt since the Buffalo MNF drubbing when Christian Okoye ran rough-shot over the Bills.

  5. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    This was a MILF game for the Chargers, a Monday I’d Like to Forget.

    I like the Zen feel of the new TAO offense, three and out!

    I’ve seen dead people with more confidence on their faces than Matt Cassel has.

    The fans had NOTHING to do with the outcome. Ms. Stakes had all the input.

    The rain was Divine Intervention, speaking in code. Wonder what Lamar had to pay JC for that?

    The Chiefs new VP of Ops came from Disney. He’s gotta feel right at home with Mickey Mouse and Goofy still in close proximity.

  6. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    great win. Lets juust enjoy this one victory
    until we have to finally realize how bad
    cassel is. Just please don’t dog cassel for
    a few days. We know the guy has a ways to go
    but please….these victories are so seldom that
    let us fans savor this victory til at leasst
    Wednesday! Thanks!

  7. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    smartman….i must compliment you on your
    post today…..very clever writing.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Ptolemy
    Cassell got better as he gained confidence.

    Weis and Cassell will never coexist. One will have to go.

    You will NEVER replace Lenny Dawson. Mass is a drug-addled loser. That shouldn’t be rewarded.

    Why in the hall did SD keep pumting/kicking to McCluster/Arenas? That was Shanahan dumb.

    Game ball goes to the Chiefs’ special teams coverage units, keeping Sproles under wraps.

    Great observation on the cheerleaders in trash bags. Why are they there if they are wearing trash bags?

  9. Anonymous says:

    SM
    Agree with the sentiment expressed by Dilfer about the conservative play calling. But Greg, wasn’t it made very clear that Weis is calling the plays? Why are you directing criticism for that at Haley? Clearly the decision to punt (the correct call, I think) was his, but the play calling is all Charlie.

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    GH: I don’t think any OC makes the decision on when to punt. That is all Haley. Haley seems to revel in “ugly” wins despite the fact he has some gorgeous players on his side.

  10. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    I want to compliment everyone on this thread!!! Great Win! Speed Baby! NEW ARROWHEAD
    I like Cassel..If DingBowe pulls that first catch it gives him some confidence. Get that running game going and Cassel will be just fine.
    Fans were great.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Gavin
    The waitress is upset because they’re Eagle fans in a Cowboy place. The whole ad campaign is designed around rivalries.

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    GH: Thanks, G. Somehow I missed that.

  12. Anonymous says:

    metmac
    Nice work GH, thanks for putting in the OT so I had some reading material this AM.

    My 2 cents…

    1. Cassel has no business being a starting QB in the NFL. No on-field leadership, no arm.
    2. The defense played their hearts out. Chiefs defense played 21 more plays than the offense, which is about 7 Matt Cassel lead series. I don’t know where the D-line got their energy on the last drive, but they never let up.
    3. The crowd was a factor. Not only did they disrupt communication in the SD offense, they inspired and energized the defense. Although the crowd shots at times looked like an anti-meth ad, they not only stayed through the rain and late hours, but stayed loud.

  13. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    @jojo, thanks for the props. Means a lot coming from OTC’s King of STING

    @metmac regarding point 3, I got a bunch of texts last night from friends in SoCal breaking balls about how UGLY the Chiefs fans were. Seems like all the Chargers fans I saw on TV were Hispanic. Guess crime was way down in SD yesterday.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Tim
    Greg, I cannot beleive you compared Cassel to Grbac in reference to accuracy. You are comparing a guy who can’t throw accurately 10 yrds downfeild to a guy who racked up some of the biggest passing numbers in the clubs history (3rd most yards, 200 yds shy of the most ever). Don’t see the comparison.

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    GH: I was drawing the comparison to the blandness of Grbac as a leader and winner. There is no comparison between the two QBs physical tools. But both carry themselves as someone you would prefer was playing quarterback for the other team.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Uncle Dick
    All the “good looking” SD fans were in Oceanside, hustling Marines just out of basic.

  16. Anonymous says:

    SM
    So, Greg, your point is that Haley should have opted to kick a FG or go for it on 4 & 3 from the 39? I guess I can’t understand that thinking. It seems reasonable that Haley could expect his all-pro caliber punter to do a better job of pining the Chargers deep. Don’t think it’s the coaches fault that the punter didn’t do his job.

    The play call on 3rd down, however, was terrible and completely open to criticism.

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    GH: I would have attempted to make the first down. The Chargers never hesitated in similar fourth-down situations at least twice in the game. I just see Haley as thinking he’s coaching an egg. I’d just like to see him spin it once in awhile.

  17. Anonymous says:

    DonkeyPunch
    Greg sed:

  18. Anonymous says:

    jojo
    RIGHT ABOUT THE CHEERLEADERS…ROUGH!
    NEXT YEAR LET GLAZER DO THE AUDITIONS…WE’RE
    SURE TO GET SOME REALL HOTTIES THEN!

  19. Anonymous says:

    Tim
    Greg, I cannot beleive you compared Cassel to Grbac in reference to accuracy. You are comparing a guy who can

  20. Anonymous says:

    Hammy
    Fuck Gary Lezak. Glad I left my rain jacket at home. What a tard.

  21. Anonymous says:

    metmac
    Those cheerleaders are the only chicks left in KC under 35 that don’t have guts and aren’t covered with tatoos.

  22. Anonymous says:

    DonkeyPunch
    metmac sed:
    Those cheerleaders are the only chicks left in KC under 35 that don

  23. Anonymous says:

    Turd McDurgle
    What a way to get back on the map CHIEFS! Great national showing!

    Dilfer is a douche. He had still counted the Chiefs out of it 10 minutes after the game and his constant hand-jobbing of the Chargers and Rivers was stupid. That and he was acting like he had been snorting some of Sugar Creek’s world famous…

    And on Rivers…what a dick. Keep calling your linemen out like you did last night and they might open a lane for a defender straight to concussion city. I thought Rivers was going to have an all new rendition of the ‘Monday Night Meltdown’.

    What a great game!

  24. Anonymous says:

    JimmyD
    Tyson Jackson played out of his fucking mind last night before he got hurt. We should be talking about that and not Cassel. If Dorsey and Jackson keep looking this good…wow. Let’s not forget Flowers and Carr doing their thing. Sure Berry was toasted a couple of times but it’s fairly obvious he’s the real deal. And Derrick Johnson…holy shit! Romeo must be doing something right

  25. Anonymous says:

    Mick
    Well said:

    Great job by the Chiefs fans tonight. Now that was a football crowd! Does @whitlockjason qualify for the Ewing Theory? ……. from Bill Simmons, The Sports Guy, on Twitter.

  26. Anonymous says:

    dp
    Ptolemy is right- I love Lenny in the booth and don’t want a loser, has-been, re-tred druggie like Maas in the both. That guy is a putz.

    GREAT GAME….froze my ass off as it dropped about 25 degrees from when I left my house. Cassel does look like the weak link now, but he gets the rest of the year before we can make an accurate assessment of his fit here I think. It’s not like he’s walking in to a team with a ton of talent and an elite o-line.

    Despite the breakdown on Nane’s TD catch, I love our rookies. DJ covered every inch of grass on that field last nite, he got my MVP vote.

  27. Anonymous says:

    Johnny Utah
    No one was too tired to watch KC/SD from 9 pm to 12:30 b/c we all got our naps from 6 to 9 watching ravens/jets.

    So the question is, which New York team is more boring?

  28. Anonymous says:

    Arte
    Doubt if Lamar had anything do with the rain. From what I’ve read about him and his family–he’s no where near J.C.
    Great atmosphere and great night at Arrowhead. Cassel obviously not the answer. There’s a reason he sat on the bench behind both Carson Palmer and Matt Leinar. Also be careful on expectations Sunday. Teams that win on Monday night rarely play well the following game.

  29. Anonymous says:

    JoHawk
    “Fuck Gary Lezak. Glad I left my rain jacket at home. What a tard.”

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that, right?

  30. Anonymous says:

    Deez Nuutz
    “Chiefs

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