Glazer: Houston Bursts Chiefs Bubble

The Chiefs were minutes away from being crowned champs in the West and then…

You saw it. Early third quarter, away game, Chiefs dominating a very good team in all phases of the game. They were up 21-7,

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16 Responses to Glazer: Houston Bursts Chiefs Bubble

  1. Anonymous says:

    whoa glazer….you’re jumping off the bandwagon
    early….maybe wait and see what happens the
    next 2 weeks….if they are 5-2 after 7 gaemses
    watch out….they are playoff bound….

  2. Anonymous says:

    The Shawnster
    By the way the pass interfrence DID matter! It was offensive pass interference! That’s what Flowers and Haley were griping abount. Johnson clearly pushed off Flowers to make the catch. That’s a 10 yard penalty right there, instead of the spot-foul that put Houston in field goal range. It was a huge deal, it cost us the game.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Jim Fitzpatrick
    It seems very likely to me, Craig, that your piece last week affected Dwayne’s preparation for this game. Either he read it and decided to put aside the weed, or one or more coaches and/or teammates read it and knuckled down on him. Let’s hope he stays clean and clear headed.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Playing to Win

    Houston did . . . apparently.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Bottom line Houston needed the game worse than us look at records and division standings and the game was at there home they lose that game they are in trouble. We are still in good shape in our divison remember in our division we really need 10 wins say seven at home and three on the road we have one already and most of our remaining road games are teams not as tough as the last two we have played.

    Also it doesn’t help that the Giants lit them up the week before you know that sense of urgency thing.

    The Chiefs are looking like a team that has made major strides. Of course critics criticize that is what they do. Find somthing your good at and do it over and over

  6. Anonymous says:

    mark x
    … geez, talk about your fair-weather fans

    … football is played for a ‘season’, not for 5 weeks … let’s see where the Chiefs are 5 weeks from now before you abandon ship..

    Houston is a play-off caliber team playing at home … the Chiefs played them down to the final minute …

    Geez, give me a break …

  7. Anonymous says:

    Did you watch the same game as I did? The Chiefs were robbed by a hometown call by the ref. Clear and simple. I’d rather lose 40-7 then have a zebra steal your effort.

  8. Anonymous says:

    You may have been more on about Bowe than what we all thought. Apparently his cousin and LSU teammate, Ali Highsmith, was busted with 2 lbs. of weed this past Friday. Wonder if that had any affect on Bowe?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Dealing with success is sometimes a hard to cope with. I’m sure down the line we will get a few calls and bounces that even it out. I think the main point is this team is starting to get a little chemistry. Love Charles and Jones those guys are gamers. Looking forward to Arrowhead this Sunday.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Rainbow Man
    Haley is staying unpredictable. I like that. Haley will win a lot of division games and a lot of home games.

  11. Anonymous says:

    “Life is hard on the road” – Bang Camaro; what better place return home remove the slings and arrows outrageous fortune: Hamlet Arrowhead.

    That’s the good news… here the plot thickens.

    Aft having their collective noses bloodied two weeks in a row, the 2010 chiefs return home to try right their foundering ship.

    Despite the ease their schedule (have played 3 winless, one break even & just yesterday their first better than .500 team) would still be an good idea enlist a sporting prayer yesteryear:

    ~ “Spahn & Sain and pray for rain” ~

    Or, parlance befitting majority the opposition kc’s schedule – “keep those tomato cans comin!”

    Yesterday’s Review:

    flowers richly deserved the penalty: the rule is NO contact aft 5 yards – not to be confused with 7, 12 and 25or6to4; kc fans sure whine alot.

    if ca$$el could play the Texans every week, he would actually be a consistent(ly mediocre) qb – albeit one with 16 losses.

    berry continues to be as conspicuous on defense as Waldo… maybe still trying to find himself?

    is it just me, or has 5’8 mccluster & his bigger brother 5’9 arenas fallen short of expectations? Outside fate in the form Mother Nature ‘W’eek 1 they look like Eddie Drummond & Kevin Robinson.

    to date, this season’s chiefs evince the 2008 Miami Dolphins: from 1-15 in ’07 to 11-5 ’08 – and then back down to 7-9 last year. expect kc follow an similar winding road, the only thing that can save them a lockout in 2011…

  12. Anonymous says:

    Glazer was off the bandwagon, then on and now off. After 5 games. Stop the sports commentary Glazer and stick to what you know and are good at, drugs and jail stories.

  13. Anonymous says:


    If you would have listened to the pre-game show, you would have known he was out with a hangnail. These Chief’s receivers are soft.

  14. Anonymous says:

    The Chiefs’ remaining home games:
    Jax, Buf, Ari, Den, Ten, Oak

    Oak, Den, Sea, SD, StL

    Make no mistake – I think the only absolute gimme is Buffalo, but they only need to win half of the other ten games to finish 9-7 (which should be enough to win their division).

    If Tennessee at home and San Diego on the road are the two toughest games left on the schedule, I like their chances.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Steff Tilburg
    Hi this post is a little interesting. Can you reply me any related articles?

  16. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    Good comments. By the way, I do know a little bit about sports, sorry, but I do. Again the Flowers play did not matter, he caught it inbounds. I did not see that as offensive pass interferance, maybe you did. I don’t think it mattered the way Houston was moving the ball, they would have gotten a first down anyways, even with a penelty.

    I am not on or off a bandwagon. I am calling it as I see it develope. I admit I was wrong about this team in preseason, I called them the “Mess.” They are a decent football team today. They proved me and many others wrong.

    I do feel at this time they likely will win the west. Much due to improvement and a soft sched.
    But like the guy above wrote, Miami stunk, then was ll-5 with a soft sched. then back to 7-9. The Chiefs will be like that if they don’t get some more talent for next year.

    Yes I too have noticed all our #1’s from this years draft have not been doing much either, no returns or big plays.

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