OTC: Chiefs Underdogs At Home To 49ers

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20 Responses to OTC: Chiefs Underdogs At Home To 49ers

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hall of Famer Chris Berman wrong again. The Chiefs didn’t go winless in the preseason. They beat Green Bay.
    And Mitch Holtus has his feet on the ground? I think he’s lying to his wife.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Something tells me that the Chiefs are going to win Sunday. When I hear everybody, particularily the local media, doubting the Chiefs, that equals motivation. San Francisco is not a juggernaut by any means. They have a good running game, and an effective defense. However, they had major communications problems in Seattle and were blown out. This isn’t Pittsburgh or New England. Plus, when everyone seems to go on one side in the NFL, you usually bet the other team.

    I could be wrong, but I have a feeling Alex Smith will commit a couple of costly turnovers and I say Chiefs 27-17 over the 49ers.

    P.S. I do think they get humbled on the road at Indy and Houston, but they will be a playoff contender this year.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The Independent Rage
    I at least like the intangibles on the Chiefs side: Being a home dog; the 49ers player who guaranteed a win this week; so many in the national media picking the 49ers. Those things are the recipe for a motivated home team.

    And who ever said that Al Gore was a man of many words? He seems to be a rather succinct dude who gets right to the point (“Take Care of This”), allegedly.

  4. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Hmmm….Greg, we’ll see.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Fescoe is such a boob. I love the teases like “How can the Chiefs get Peyton Manning, Maurice Jones-Drew, Larry Fitgerald and the ’76 Steelers defense for a 3rd round pick and a 6 pack of Miller Light? I’ll tell you after the break.” Just made up, fantasy, never happen ridiculous waste of airwaves BS. Such a tool.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Head and Gut say 49’s …going with my heart though..the trend is your friend. 9’ers looked dreadful in Seattle and couldn’t get it done at home. I think we handle them in workmanlike fashion. In college Bama and TX look like easy games. Have a good Fall weekend. GO Chiefs!

  7. Anonymous says:

    San Fran in a walk, about 27-6.

  8. Anonymous says:

    If SF doesn’t win I hope NFL Films has Mike Singletary mic’d up this weekend.

    As Robert Downey Jr. taught us in the classic flik with Andrew McCarthy and a young SMOKING HOT Jamie Gertz you can also be Less Than Zero.

    And now sing to the tune of Walkin’ In a Winter Wonderland.

    As long as Matt’s in the huddle, the Chiefs will befuddle, defeat is their friend, now until the end, the Chiefs ain’t gonna go to Disneyland.

    You know we’ve got to find a real true leader, from the owner right down to the QB. The only thing improved about the Arrow is I don’t have to wait so long to take a pee.

    So I hate to be so callous, don’t plan a trip to Dallas, defeat is their friend, now until the end, the Chiefs ain’t gonna go to Disneyland.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Is Mitch Holtus as big a pompus ass in real life as he is on the radio when talking about the Chiefs? Why does local sports talk radio tret him as some sort of objective anaylist when it comes to the Cheifs? He’s comes across as a P.R. hack, which perhaps he is.

  10. Anonymous says:

    When Gore’s eyes are fixed straight ahead pre-snap, it’s a run. If his eyes dart side-to-side, it’s a pass. The Saints knew it, and they still has trouble stopping the 49ers. Go back and watch Vilma in last week’s game. He always seemed to know whether it was run or pass.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Entercom should have a contest for who gets to fire Bob Fescoe. It would be the station’s biggest revenue generator to date.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Tom Wynne
    Soren and Fescoe are a couple of jock sniffing dickheads.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I’ve only met Holtus once, but it was a long evening of chilling with a mutual friend and he didn’t strike me as pompous or arrogant, and I’m highly attuned to such things.

    Like many others in the sports media, he’s confident in his abilities and has a point of view. He’s also very greatful to the Chiefs for the opportunities they have extended to him, but he doesn’t see himself as a homer. He’s not by nature inclined, though, to be excessively critical — especially in his public comments. By the same token, I doubt he intentionally engages in up-is-downism.

    It should be noted that as their Voice, Holtus is a paid employee of the Chiefs — which differentiates him from the Fox, NBC, CBS and ESPN announcers — and has no other main job (unlike Lenny, who has an independent daily forum for his views).

    I found Mitch to be a nice guy, and hope to hook up with him again some time, but I haven’t had time to cover a Chiefs game in ages and I’m too accustomed to life with credentials to pay for a ticket.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Sorry, “grateful.” Damn no editing!

  15. Anonymous says:

    Kinda fun reading these after the game’s over.

    I imagine the story-line for many over the next few weeks will be either that San Francisco sucks, or that KC just had a game where everything went its way.

    3-0, with a 2-game lead on EVERY team in the AFC West.

    People can spin however they want. That’s some great stuff for Chiefs fans!!

  16. Anonymous says:

    LaConfora was a scab sportswriter in Detroit several years ago. Quite a prediction from this low-life weasel

  17. Anonymous says:

    Wow – kc found a team even worse than themselves – THE SF 49ers – & that’s hard to do because the chiefs be awful.

    Oh well, the luckier they are the harder they will fall, having already used up miracles bad weather game 1, officials ineptitude game 2, another NFL dreg like kc in game 3.

    Next up: a blowout loss to INDY

    COLTS 52 chiefs 0

  18. Anonymous says:

    Hey Kerouac, what about SF in a walk. Yeah, keep up the hating. The Chiefs are 3-0 and will be in first place into October. DEAL WITH IT!!!!!!

  19. Anonymous says:

    If the Chiefs play that way consistently, they’ll win the AFC West in a walk. Of course, no team — especially one as young as this one — plays that way consistently. However, if the Chiefs aren’t “for real” contenders, they are certainly a dangerous spoiler.

    There were some unorthodox plays which helped the Chiefs win that big over San Francisco, but even those who consider them flukes have to recognize that the Chiefs have some awfully dangerous weapons. I don’t think Indy’s defense is relishing trying to hang with Charles and McCluster. It’s good Kansas City is playing the Colts soon; if anybody can give coaches good film on defensive vulnerabilities — which haven’t been rampant thus far — it’s Peyton Manning. Whether they win or lose that game, the Chiefs could come out a better team — and week-in, week-out improvement is what a rebuilding franchise must see.

  20. Anonymous says:


    COLTS 59 chiefs 0

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