OTC: Chiefs Win Respect But Not Game

Got back from the Chicago Marathon no worse for the wear, tear and still missing most of my hair. I

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32 Responses to OTC: Chiefs Win Respect But Not Game

  1. Anonymous says:

    Eric
    Chiefs talk? Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Wake me when they make the playoffs. Better yet, wake me when the make the playoffs, and then actually win a damn game.

  2. Anonymous says:

    The Independent Rage
    Jerrod Allen should have stayed single. As Mickey Goldmill once said, “Women-Weaken-Legs.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Welcome back Gregger!

    Brodie Croyle is an option. He’s just not an option at quarterback. At this point his greatest value would be black market internal organs.

    Colts played like Ned Yost was the head coach. If by chance they meet again in the playoffs it’s a whole new ballgame.

    Matt Cassel will NEVER have the power that Peyton Manning has to pull a win out of his ass no matter how ugly.

    Matt Cassel looks less confident on the sideline and in the huddle than a 70 year old dude at a Cougar Convention.

    The purists can all shove Louisville Sluggers up their asses. Baseball is the one sport where technology can have the greatest impact on bringing fairness to the game. Let laser beams and computers call the damn balls and strikes the SAME WAY EVERY DAY in every park. Not fair when you’re throwin’ smoke and some fatty behind home plate forgot to take his One-A-Day vitamins and blows two calls an inning.

    ___

    GH: Nice to be back home on and off the couch, smarts. Loved Chicago. I went pizza twice (Giordano’s and Gino’s East). I am saving that footlong beef-smothered sausage for my next trip. Which will be soon.

  4. Anonymous says:

    John
    I wasn’t impressed on Sunday.

  5. Anonymous says:

    mark x
    I WAS impressed Sunday, with our defense.

    Cassel continues to play WORST each week. He played better last year, with less talent.

    Ditto Bowe…

    Pioli needs to bundle them a in deal before the season ends…possibly a 4th or 5th round draft pick next year … every week he waits we’re losing a position.

  6. Anonymous says:

    dp
    For the Cassel haters, what stats (QB eff, completion % and TD/INT ratio) are you looking for? To judge a QB, you have to have benchmarks and not say things like ‘We’re 3-1 so the QB is automatically safe’ like that ass hat Bukaty or ‘He’s not playing to his contract’ like your average dumb ass talk radio caller. I do know that if Bowe catches that pass in the endzone we’d all like Cassel more right now.

    Also, if you want to dump Cassel, what proven NFL QB do you think the Chiefs should target they could feasibly sign?

    I don’t have a ton of faith in Cassel to be more than a game manager right now, but will reserve judgment until the season’s over. I will say any unbiased observer has to like the direction the team is heading. For the most part the young players look good and we don’t beat ourselves. Look at our schedule, getting to 8-9 wins this year is doable and would be huge for Haley and co that looked WAY over their heads last year.

  7. Anonymous says:

    chuck
    “Brodie Croyle is an option. He

  8. Anonymous says:

    Johnny Utah
    I’m too young to remember Millen as a player, but my old man says Millen’s biggest asset is his ability to sweat.

    Note to Ford family: do not hire a guy famous for sweating as your GM. I suppose Lyle Alzado wasn’t available…

    ___

    GH: I worked a game on the Penn State sideline in Lincoln during Millen’s playing days. He came to town a much-heralded defensive player and an All-American. What I remember of him is how gassed he was between series. It was a warm day in September and I can still see him sitting on the bench with his head down sweating like he just stepped out of the shower.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Monkeyhawk
    I liked Bowe for a long time. He’s big, he’s strong, he runs well after the catch.

    The catch? He doesn’t catch it. Go figure.

    I wonder if the dropped passes come because Cassel, for once or twice, actually threw a ball on target.

    Go back to Tony Moeaki’s “great” catch. It happened only because Cassel threw a pass too high and ahead of Moeaki.

    Thing about Peyton and other A-List NFL QBs I see is how their passes always seem to hit their receivers mid-stride and in the hands. I wonder if Bowe is astounded when a Cassel pass actually hits his hands.

  10. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Johnny, your dad has a great memory. Matt Millen made Patrick Ewing, my personal sweat idol, come off as arid.

  11. Anonymous says:

    bschloz
    smartman…how bout 70yr old with 63mil?

    I was in Chicago over the weekend…stayed in the burbs and hit Portillo’s for the first time. Man that town loves their Snausage and Hot Dogs..very cool operation..they could put that here in the vacant Fuddruckers and print money.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Hoppy
    GH: Interesting what some people consider

  13. Anonymous says:

    Ptolemy
    Brody Croyle is just bad enough that his son will likely be the best the game has ever seen. It always happens that way. Joe “Jelly Bean” Bryant was a journeyman NBA player. Archie Manning excelled at mediocrity for his entire NFL career. Croyle should get busy. History awaits.

  14. Anonymous says:

    smartman
    Bschloz, I’ve got people with money, time, energy and talent ready, willing and able to open up a Portillo’s or Buona Beef franchise in KC. Been hitting those joints in Chicago and the burbs for years and have begged and pleaded with the owners. I think it’s a Chicago thing. They’re both making plenty of money and both operations run like a swiss watch. Portillo’s even has KILLER baby back ribs, but the dogs and Italian Beef sandwiches are to die for.

    Next best place is Philly for cheesesteaks at Pats and Geno’s. They are big time rivals and sit caddy corner from each other. No better place to be when the drunks roll in after the bars close on Friday or Saturday night for observing the human condition.

  15. Anonymous says:

    the log
    Bowe cant be cut or traded fast enough. 4 years of dropped passes is enough for a first round pick. Take chambers with you and go join LJ on the trash heap. Bowe show my ass more like BoBo the clown show, except less entertaining.

  16. Anonymous says:

    the log
    Pat’s Steaks, hmmmmm. Ate there and loved it. Grinders is the closest so far that I can find here.

  17. Anonymous says:

    DonkeyPunch
    Welcome back, GH. Nice blast on jojo….I’m severly disappointed that the regular minions here didn’t comment on that.

    Regarding Mrs. Brodie, maybe it’s just me and my preference to blondes, but I’m not a huge fan……..except of course for her cans

  18. Anonymous says:

    kc rush
    Disappointing to see that the offense has been Casselstrated by a weak armed inaccurate passer that stares down receivers. He counts on his receivers to bail him out (he owes Moss and Welker a portion of each check he receives), and the few times he does throw on target it goes to Stone Hands Bowe (or Stoned Bowe) who drops it.

    One competent QB and receiver will make a world of difference for this team. Average QB play would have won in Indy last weekend.

  19. Anonymous says:

    KerouacOnTheRoad
    “I

  20. Anonymous says:

    Dexter Morgan
    re: Brodie Croyle

    GH: A proven starter who is 0-9 in the NFL.

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