View Full Version : DILLON IS GOOD!!!
12-03-2000, 01:49 PM
He broke another long run, a 57 yarder. This guy is the best back in the NFL. 140yds at halftime, and they KNOW that cincy is gonna run, CP has got to sign this guy!
[This message has been edited by chiefsfan58 (edited 12-03-2000).]
12-03-2000, 01:56 PM
Not to burst your bubble, but we are talking about the Cardinals rush defense with is more porous than a high schooler.
12-03-2000, 02:00 PM
Have you heard anything about our chances of landing Dillon. Is Cincy going to let him go, does he want to stay, and do they Chiefs have interest in him? I'm hungry for Dillon rumors!
12-03-2000, 02:08 PM
He also had a 20 yard TD called back in the first half. I know the Cards rushing D is not exactally steller, but how many other backs have had 140 yards rushing against them at halftime?
12-03-2000, 02:15 PM
28 totes for 186 yards late in the 3rd quarter.
12-03-2000, 02:23 PM
He gets better and better each week and I covet him more an more. Unfortunately, the more he improves and impresses I feel the less likely we can acquire him.
12-03-2000, 03:09 PM
Ooohhh baaby, give it to me, deeper, harder, yes,yes, yes, oh yesssss!!!
Let the dilgasms continue
12-03-2000, 03:31 PM
Dillon will be a transition Free Agent as the Bungles owner has already stated that he will use the transition tag on Dillon. Some say he has a clause the prohibits this and that is not true. The clause inserted in his new contract says that he cannont be franchised again.
Dillon is good and he would look good in KC red. The Cards on the other hand gave up 200+ yards to Emmitt Smith earlier this year, my point is that the Cards rush defense is really crappy.<P>
12-03-2000, 03:41 PM
This Cardnial defense would probably hold our "vaunted" rushing offence to 50 yards or less.
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12-03-2000, 04:15 PM
IF, and that is a mighty big word, if the Bengals let him go, without a fight, he will be the subject of a huge bidding war, and the Chiefs won't stand a prayer. Dillon will never wear the Red and Gold, at least not in his prime years.
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