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Calcountry
12-24-2004, 11:40 AM
I don't know about you guys, but I am psyched about the Raiders game. It will be a cathartic, redeeming game for the season. We will make our PWNAGE of the the Raiders complete tomorrow, Christmas day.

Raiders fans are all psyched just because they outscored the Tits.

I got a Chiefs beenie and scarf for my Birthday yesterday, and although it doesn't get as cold here in Norcal, wearing it in the heart of Raider Nation seems to warm me up. Go get em Chiefs, Kick their S&B asses back to Oaktown!!.

alanm
12-24-2004, 12:03 PM
Why now that you ask. YES!!!:thumb: Somehow in all the turmoil and rejoicing from thumping the Donks and the lead up to Christmas this game has been somehow cast in the backseat. Just hope the Chiefs aren't feeling complacent come tomorrow. :hmmm:

KILL THE FAIDERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :cuss:

Deberg_1990
12-24-2004, 12:04 PM
I guess....excited as I can be i guess?? It would be better if it actually meant anything.....sigh...

Ari Chi3fs
12-24-2004, 12:07 PM
im excited to see how many empty seats there are.

Skip Towne
12-24-2004, 12:07 PM
I'm working myself into a frenzy.

OldTownChief
12-24-2004, 12:08 PM
My first visit back to Arrowhead in 2 years and my 12 year old daughters 1st ever. Hell yes I'm ready to kick some RAHHHDER ass.

MichaelH
12-24-2004, 12:10 PM
Other than watching my six year old and my ten month old sons open their Christmas gifts, it will be the highlight of my day. Regardless of the importance of the game, it's football on Christmas day and it's the faiders!

Nzoner
12-24-2004, 12:13 PM
I guess....excited as I can be i guess?? It would be better if it actually meant anything.....sigh...

Beating their ass means going up by 4 games in the overall head-to-head series good enough reason to be excited for me.

Crush
12-24-2004, 12:24 PM
Excited or not, this game has possible playoff implications.

Calcountry
12-24-2004, 12:46 PM
Beating their ass means going up by 4 games in the overall head-to-head series good enough reason to be excited for me.
BTW, zoner, did you meat Randy Cross? I heard he went up in your area to see what you fans put up with.

I was kind of hoping one of you would have offed him over the railings, the sob. :p

Nzoner
12-24-2004, 12:56 PM
BTW, zoner, did you meat Randy Cross? I heard he went up in your area to see what you fans put up with.

I was kind of hoping one of you would have offed him over the railings, the sob. :p

I don't swing that way,nor did I meet him.

redbrian
12-24-2004, 02:27 PM
Porter's not, and the rest of the faiders may just mail it in according to Tony Moss.

Oakland (5-9) at Kansas City (6-8), Saturday, 5:00 (Kansas City -7) Raiders receiver Jerry Porter doesn't want to play on Christmas. Porter told Sporting News Radio earlier this week that he would rather be with his family than play a meaningless game in Kansas City against the Chiefs. He said that no one will be watching anyway, since America will be transfixed on the Heat/Lakers game. I sympathize with Porter's wish to be with his family, but I'm going to disagree in regard to the NBA reference. There are many, many people who will watch a real sport in lieu of Shaq bulldozing his way to dunks and his nemesis Kobe traveling every time he touches the ball. I, for one, will take a meaningless NFL game to a supposedly important NBA tilt any day of the week. Porter had a huge day in the Raiders' 40-35 victory over Tennessee last Sunday, catching eight balls for 148 yards and three touchdowns in the game. Oakland QB Kerry Collins put up his best day as a Raider (371 yards, 5 TD), helping to overshadow the play of a defense that allowed Billy Volek to throw for 492 yards and four touchdowns. Speaking of offense, the Chiefs had plenty of it in their 45-17 win over Denver. Larry Johnson (151 yards, 2 TD) posted his third straight 100-yard rushing day, and Trent Green passed for 224 yards and three touchdowns. The Kansas City defense even got into the act, forcing three Bronco turnovers and sacking Jake Plummer six times. I'm going to guess that the Chief train will continue to roll this week. Porter's comments lead me to believe that the Raiders might not show up, and less than 100 percent in Arrowhead isn't going to get it done. Chiefs 38, Raiders 28.

TheNextStep
12-24-2004, 02:35 PM
Yes and No.

On the one hand, I love my team and love watching them play. If they win against KC @ Arrowhead, well... that's always a good thing. Additionally, my son is old enough that he loves watching the games with me and makes up his own chants (against the Broncos the chant was "You go away you mean orange guys only the Raiders can play!" It was clunky, sure... but it was fun.)

On the other hand, I love my family and Christmas. I am painfully aware that my team, well... they're not very f***ing good this year. If they get their asses kicked, I don't see me being in a "Ho Ho Ho" kinda mood.


Raiders - 77
Chiefs - 0

2bikemike
12-24-2004, 02:53 PM
The Chiefs game will be the highlight of my day. I have to work so the game will be on the TV at work. My wife will bring some good food for us to eat and she will spend part of the afternoon with me watching the game. She will then go home and get ready for our guests to arrive when I get off work at 7pm.

Warrior5
12-24-2004, 03:10 PM
With this rivalry, I just don't see the Grayders mailing it in.

Of course, if I'm wrong, and the Grayders do in fact fail to show up, all you folks who get Brandsmart stuff for Christmas make sure to save your receipts.

Calcountry
12-24-2004, 03:34 PM
I don't swing that way,nor did I meet him.
Nice catch on the mispell. :thumb: