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chiefs2034
12-17-2000, 04:12 PM
Wow, Elvis is showing some Go-Nads. The learning curve in the NFL is along time!!!

Way to go Elvis.


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milkman
12-17-2000, 04:22 PM
Henry - Not true, Gannon looked like Gannon, weak armed and fairly predictable.

homebizy
12-17-2000, 04:47 PM
Hank,

Grbac played well today. Its the first time I have seen him make multiple plays on his feet. Its nice to see that the team isnt packing it in. They are playing hard even though they have no shot of making the playoffs again.

Gannon had a bad game yesterday, but weak arm and predictable he is not. He will bounce back.

milkman
12-17-2000, 04:50 PM
Packfan - LOL! Yeah sure...

alanm
12-17-2000, 04:53 PM
Henry,
After Grbac' second run, the place went nuts (well, as nuts as less than 50k fans can be). What impressed me was he kept going; not the typical slide or run out of bounds. Kinda think at least one Denver DB saw 6' 5'' of Grbac coming at him and thought "UH-OHH!".
Yes Locket hosed up a play which resulted in THE ONLY DONKEY SCORE, and yes, he fumbled later. But I want Locket on this team next year. He has proven himself time and again this year as the clutch receiver when we needed a 3rd down conversion.
By the way Gun still owns Shannahan.

Quarterback
12-17-2000, 04:53 PM
Ok all you Grbitchers who claimed that EG didn't have the guts, ability, leadership, desire, etc. to scramble for positive yardage, what's your next whine going to be about?

alanm
12-17-2000, 04:54 PM
Henry,
After Grbac' second run, the place went nuts (well, as nuts as less than 50k fans can be). What impressed me was he kept going; not the typical slide or run out of bounds. Kinda think at least one Denver DB saw 6' 5'' of Grbac coming at him and thought "UH-OHH!".
Yes Locket hosed up a play which resulted in THE ONLY DONKEY SCORE, and yes, he fumbled later. But I want Locket on this team next year. He has proven himself time and again this year as the clutch receiver when we needed a 3rd down conversion.
By the way Gun still owns Shannahan.

Quarterback
12-17-2000, 04:55 PM
That scramble where he lept over the DB was especially remarkable. And it continued a drive that led to a TD.

chiefs2034
12-17-2000, 06:41 PM
Is it just me, or has Elvis made huge strides this year, even in the last
several games if you ask me..........

Why can't we just re-re-re-restart the season over!!!!

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Go Chiefs
12-17-2000, 06:52 PM
Packfool!

" I have seen every Packer game this year and his skills have not diminished." From your Carl thread.

"Grbac played well today. Its the first time I have seen him make multiple plays on his feet." From this thread.

Let's see, they both played today at noon. Which is it Ken? How could you have "seen" both of these? This is another fine example of you blowing $hit from your lips. You are so predictable it hurts to point it out.

Baby Lee
12-17-2000, 06:55 PM
I was wondering when "Packfool" would catch on.

elvislivesinkc
12-17-2000, 08:23 PM
Yeah where did EG learn to scramble like that? That is something has been sorely lacking from his game. I hope this a sign of things to come.

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homebizy
12-17-2000, 09:14 PM
Wis Chief,

I watched from two TV's. Packers on NFL ticket, Chiefs game on local TV right next to it. Pretty simple. At least for most of us.

Go Chiefs
12-17-2000, 09:28 PM
Packfan,

Ouch - I guess you got me there. I suppose that I assumed you were at the game at Arrowhead since less than 50% of the fairweather fans didn't show up. I know for a fact that tix were available. You are in KC, yes?