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sd4chiefs
01-08-2005, 11:28 PM
After a great season where no one gave the Chargers a chance in hell

/forum.uniontrib.com/upload/showthread.php?threadid=40408

i might be running high on emotion...but i f****** hate the chargers right now....all of them...except brees, lt, gates and parker...WHAT A F***** WASTE OF A SEASON..SO THEY MADE THE PLAYOFFS, WHO CARES NOW, NO ONE WILL REMEMBER THEM NEXT WEEK...NO ONE REMEMBERS 1ST ROUND PLAYOFF LOSERS...ILL RATHER HAVE THEM HAVE A HORRIBLE SEASON TO PICK HIGH RATHER THAN THIS TYPE OF CRAP...

MOVE TO LA...I DONT WANT THAT TYPE OF LETDOWN IN MY LIFE AGAIN...GO NOW

Iowanian
01-08-2005, 11:30 PM
I went over there, but decided not to help unload the bandwagon just yet.............even those who called me names and wouldn't let me play in reindeer games about "martyball".

A Chiefs fan wouldn't know anything about their chances at all. They have the best TE in Football and will score 42 on the Jets.

chiefsfan1963
01-08-2005, 11:57 PM
they're just devastated! Leave them alone. Chargers will be in the playoffs next year, they are too loaded with talent not to make it.

It's not fair to pick on their fans right now. You know quite well how they're feeling right now. Leave them be!

remember! Only one team will hold the Lombardi Trophy in February. All the other teams and their fans will go home devastated!

It's just the way it is, some things will never change, it's just the way is, it just the waaaay it is it is it is............................... :)

BreesLightning
01-09-2005, 12:08 AM
If you guys think that post is bad, look at this idiot. I'm a charger fan but some of these guys are just morons. If you guys need a new Chiefs fan maybe this guy can jump on your bandwagon instead of the raiders next season.

http://www.thenflforum.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=55067

Iowanian
01-09-2005, 12:11 AM
I think a keen eye will quickly see that its just the bandwagon unloading. Most of those who have been around that board for a couple of years are taking it for what its worth.

Charger fans should be Thrilled with the improvement over last years record and performance.

If they want to run Kaeding out of town, he can stay in my spare room until the Chiefs head to TC in August. Then he has to get the hell out.

Martyball lost that game a long time before Kaeding missed. It never should have gone past regulation, other than a Gift-penalty reprieve.

BreesLightning
01-09-2005, 12:13 AM
I think a keen eye will quickly see that its just the bandwagon unloading. Most of those who have been around that board for a couple of years are taking it for what its worth.

Charger fans should be Thrilled with the improvement over last years record and performance.

If they want to run Kaeding out of town, he can stay in my spare room until the Chiefs head to TC in August. Then he has to get the hell out.

Martyball lost that game a long time before Kaeding missed. It never should have gone past regulation, other than a Gift-penalty reprieve.

Actually, posted the wrong thread. This is the correct one:

http://www.thenflforum.com/vbulleti...ead.php?t=55067

I edited it in my first post now so no need to read it twice.

HolmeZz
01-09-2005, 12:14 AM
I honestly don't see how Charger fans could've expected more than what their team did this season. Couple this with the fact that they've got 2 first rounders and a lot of cap room to play with this off-season, they should be sup3r-excited about the future of the organization.

Ari Chi3fs
01-09-2005, 12:14 AM
Its called Marty Schottenheimer... enjoy.

BreesLightning
01-09-2005, 12:24 AM
I think a keen eye will quickly see that its just the bandwagon unloading. Most of those who have been around that board for a couple of years are taking it for what its worth.

Charger fans should be Thrilled with the improvement over last years record and performance.

If they want to run Kaeding out of town, he can stay in my spare room until the Chiefs head to TC in August. Then he has to get the hell out.

Martyball lost that game a long time before Kaeding missed. It never should have gone past regulation, other than a Gift-penalty reprieve.


My expectations for this past season were not anywhere near what we actually accomplished. That being said, I can honestly say I am happy and it feels good to be a fan and be in the mix again. It was a long drought.

Say what you want about Marty in this game but the fact is he took a team that was suppose to go nowhere and made them a play-off caliber team. This is a young team and as with any young team, they need to learn to win in the playoffs now(It took them some time just to learn to win in the regular season). This would have been true with any coach at the helm.

Let's see how they do next year. Now they have some actual playoff experience and hopefully this loss lights a fire under their a-$$.

Iowanian
01-09-2005, 12:26 AM
.....just like he did the Chiefs for an entire Decade, only to choke in the early playoffs every.Fargin.year.

I'm glad Bolt fans enjoyed the season. Its been long enough, they deserved it.

I'm going to give a little cooling off period before going and diggin up some of the comments a couple of the more Douchish made to me, calling me an idiot for not thinking the Bolts were the 85 Bears.

I was wrong though..........I predicted Martyball would lose 13-10 and break their hearts, not 20-17

XXXshogunXXX
01-09-2005, 12:57 AM
I j ust got back from the game...and ****...that is the 342th time I second that tonight. I understand that fans frustrations...itll pass soon. You cant blame him... everyone is agitated now. I saw this bitch and guy go at each other for 30 minutes. I think he wouldve hit her if we werent there. Me and my friend thought that wouldnt have happened if they won the fckn game. the things people do over a game...

Rain Man
01-09-2005, 01:08 AM
My expectations for this past season were not anywhere near what we actually accomplished. That being said, I can honestly say I am happy and it feels good to be a fan and be in the mix again. It was a long drought.

Say what you want about Marty in this game but the fact is he took a team that was suppose to go nowhere and made them a play-off caliber team. This is a young team and as with any young team, they need to learn to win in the playoffs now(It took them some time just to learn to win in the regular season). This would have been true with any coach at the helm.

Let's see how they do next year. Now they have some actual playoff experience and hopefully this loss lights a fire under their a-$$.

Welcome to the Marty Schottenheimer Experience. Please keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times. And buckle up, because it's going to be a long ride...

alanm
01-09-2005, 01:17 AM
I think a keen eye will quickly see that its just the bandwagon unloading. Most of those who have been around that board for a couple of years are taking it for what its worth.

Charger fans should be Thrilled with the improvement over last years record and performance.

If they want to run Kaeding out of town, he can stay in my spare room until the Chiefs head to TC in August. Then he has to get the hell out.

Martyball lost that game a long time before Kaeding missed. It never should have gone past regulation, other than a Gift-penalty reprieve. What happened to SD's vertical game? You know.. The deep ball that helped get them to this game in the 1st place? Well, it disapeared. Outside of McCardell catching the one TD I don't recall but one or two others. But then that's Marty. Abandoning what helped get you in the game in the first place. I thought their whole passing game was really conservative.

Fairplay
01-09-2005, 01:18 AM
Welcome to the Marty Schottenheimer Experience. Please keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times. And buckle up, because it's going to be a long ride...




You men short ride. Playoff wise.