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Count Zarth
02-07-2006, 02:20 PM
Plummer to miss Pro Bowl
By Bill Williamson
Denver Post Staff Writer

Honolulu - Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer will not be making his first Pro Bowl appearance afterall when the AFC and NFC stars square off Sunday.

A Pro Bowl spokesman said today that Plummer will miss the game and the trip to Hawaii because of a hamstring injury. He will be replaced on the AFC roster by Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair.

Plummer originally was the No. 2 alternate at quarterback for the AFC. However,

No. 1 alternate Drew Brees of San Diego suffered a torn labrum while playing against the Broncos on Dec. 31 and underwent surgery.

KCTitus
02-07-2006, 02:23 PM
Steve McNair? Wow, who's next, Pennington?

donkhater
02-07-2006, 02:24 PM
I would have thought Big Ben would have been in there before McNair, or even Leftwich

Wile_E_Coyote
02-07-2006, 02:25 PM
that QB is one tough SOB

Chiefs Express
02-07-2006, 02:26 PM
Maybe they are gonna have to rename it the Almost-Pro Bowl!

jspchief
02-07-2006, 02:26 PM
That collective sigh you just heard was from all the NFC DBs.

ChiefsfaninPA
02-07-2006, 02:26 PM
The truth is I think Plummer is afraid to showcase all of his talents in the biggest game of his life. But he better take his opportunity now, because that shit-e franchise they call the Donks will never play a big game again with him at QB.

Bowser
02-07-2006, 02:26 PM
Vince Young better get warmed up.

Saulbadguy
02-07-2006, 02:27 PM
He's a pussy.

Warrior5
02-07-2006, 02:27 PM
Plummer to miss Pro Bowl

Must have a haircut appointment.

BigRock
02-07-2006, 02:28 PM
So is Trent the #2 QB behind Manning now?

Phobia
02-07-2006, 02:28 PM
Todd Collins could trigger that bonus in his contract if McNair is unable to go.

DJJasonp
02-07-2006, 02:29 PM
They need to fix the Pro Bowl....

Maybe take the Baseball route....make it in the middle of week 10....

Winning side assures that conference automatically wins the coin flip for the super bowl...

Or something horrendously stupid like that.

Sully
02-07-2006, 02:30 PM
I actually just got a call from the NFL. It was short, but they said I should be ready.

dtebbe
02-07-2006, 02:33 PM
I thought for sure he got his pornstache' caught in his smoothie blender...

DT

Wile_E_Coyote
02-07-2006, 02:35 PM
I thought for sure he got his pornstache' caught in his smoothie blender...

DT
I think he shaved it off on the Richard Simmons Show after the AFC title game

EDIT: My bad, I think they shaved something else

JBucc
02-07-2006, 03:08 PM
That's highlarious, but McNair doesn't deserve it, just let Green and Mangina take care of everything, or let Rohlistbuger go.

Bwana
02-07-2006, 03:19 PM
What a puss.

savedin79
02-07-2006, 03:31 PM
He shouldnt be tere anyway. He sucks half the time.

Amnorix
02-07-2006, 03:33 PM
Wow. There sure is a huge dropoff between Green and the next best guy... Of course, I'd put Green ahead of Plummer, easily, but that's just me.

vailpass
02-07-2006, 03:49 PM
That collective sigh you just heard was from all the NFC DBs.

ROFL ...hey, wait a minute nlm

Wile_E_Coyote
02-07-2006, 05:17 PM
it gives those poor bastages the Titans something. All they had was Moon's HOF nod & that was as an Oiler

Bob Dole
02-07-2006, 05:22 PM
Is it wrong that Bob Dole can't read "torn labrum" without the little voice in Bob Dole's head saying, "torn labia"?

andoman
02-07-2006, 05:23 PM
Wow. There sure is a huge dropoff between Green and the next best guy... Of course, I'd put Green ahead of Plummer, easily, but that's just me.

Nope, it's not just you.

keg in kc
02-07-2006, 05:45 PM
Good. No need to sully the game with that turd.

Anubis_Zyklon
02-07-2006, 07:09 PM
Vince Young better get warmed up.


OMG, you going real old school with the Buck Rogers av. lol

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 07:13 PM
Wow. There sure is a huge dropoff between Green and the next best guy... Of course, I'd put Green ahead of Plummer, easily, but that's just me.


Where's Juano when you need him?

Logical
02-07-2006, 07:27 PM
The truth is I think Plummer is afraid to showcase all of his talents in the biggest game of his life. But he better take his opportunity now, because that shit-e franchise they call the Donks will never play a big game again with him at QB.Why would a Chiefs fan who has not seen the Chiefs in a big game since the 93 season be running this smaque? Makes no sense. We Chiefs fans are in a big game like the AFC Championship on average about once every 25 years.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 07:36 PM
Why would a Chiefs fan who has not seen the Chiefs in a big game since the 93 season be running this smaque? Makes no sense. We Chiefs fans are in a big game like the AFC Championship on average about once every 25 years.


While I agree that "big game" is pretty broad and even ambiguous, and this poster was obviously over the line in the way he used the phrase, I will go out on a limb (something I rarely do in the world of predictions) and go on record as saying that Jake will never win a SB as a STARTING QB, regardless of franchise.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 07:39 PM
Why would a Chiefs fan who has not seen the Chiefs in a big game since the 93 season be running this smaque? Makes no sense. We Chiefs fans are in a big game like the AFC Championship on average about once every 25 years.


Also, I would add ten years to your statement. The Chiefs were last in the playoffs in '03. The playoffs constitute a big game, regardless of round.

Logical
02-07-2006, 07:39 PM
While I agree that "big game" is pretty broad and even ambiguous, and this poster was obviously over the line in the way he used the phrase, I will go out on a limb (something I rarely do in the world of predictions) and go on record as saying that Jake will never win a SB as a STARTING QB, regardless of franchise.

I agree with that, but I would say the same thing about Trent Green, neither are remarkable QBs that will carry a team to a SB victory.

Logical
02-07-2006, 07:40 PM
Also, I would add ten years to your statement. The Chiefs were last in the playoffs in '03. The playoffs constitute a big game, regardless of round.I disagree, only the league championships and the Super Bowl are what I believe to be big games.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 07:42 PM
I agree with that, but I would say the same thing about Trent Green, neither are remarkable QBs that will carry a team to a SB victory.


I'll disagree with that to a point. Green may not ever win a SB as a starter, but he has a hell of a lot better chance of doing so than Jake. With Jake you hope he doesn't cost you the game, with Trent you typically feel comfortable that he won't.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 07:44 PM
I disagree, only the league championships and the Super Bowl are what I believe to be big games.


I'm sure we'll just have to agree to disagree as I belive any post season game is a big game.

Pittsburgh started off in the wild card round this year, and look where they ended up. You have to get past those first two rounds to get to the third and possibly fourth.

FAX
02-07-2006, 07:57 PM
I disagree, only the league championships and the Super Bowl are what I believe to be big games.

Is this really you, Mr. Vlad Logicslav? Doesn't sound like you to me.

By the way, is it hard to create a poll? I've never done one and I can't get Mr. Rain Man to do one for me. I have a couple of ideas:

1. If you had to be killed by somebody, which Chiefs player or famous sports figure would you like to be killed by?

2. If you were in a car by yourself and you had to pee really, really, really bad and all you had was your wife's favorite purse, your last half-full can of beer, and your guitar and you couldn't pull over for some reason like there was steep cliffs like for forever or something, what would you do?

3. If you had been struck by lightning 5 times in the past for some reason that you have never been able to figure out and a storm was coming and you only had time for one phone call but using the phone would dramatically increase the likelihood that you would be struck again by lightning which you really don't like but you wanted someone to know where you were just in case you get struck again, would you make the call and, if so, who would you call and why?

FAX

tk13
02-07-2006, 07:59 PM
I agree with that, but I would say the same thing about Trent Green, neither are remarkable QBs that will carry a team to a SB victory.
Pssht. If Rodney Harrison hadn't taken his knee out he'd been a league MVP.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 08:12 PM
Is this really you, Mr. Vlad Logicslav? Doesn't sound like you to me.

By the way, is it hard to create a poll? I've never done one and I can't get Mr. Rain Man to do one for me. I have a couple of ideas:

1. If you had to be killed by somebody, which Chiefs player or famous sports figure would you like to be killed by?

2. If you were in a car by yourself and you had to pee really, really, really bad and all you had was your wife's favorite purse, your last half-full can of beer, and your guitar and you couldn't pull over for some reason like there was steep cliffs like for forever or something, what would you do?

3. If you had been struck by lightning 5 times in the past for some reason that you have never been able to figure out and a storm was coming and you only had time for one phone call but using the phone would dramatically increase the likelihood that you would be struck again by lightning which you really don't like but you wanted someone to know where you were just in case you get struck again, would you make the call and, if so, who would you call and why?

FAX



1. I think I'll pass, thanks.

2. The wife's purse, duh.

3. I wouldn't make a call.

Bowser
02-07-2006, 08:13 PM
I agree with that, but I would say the same thing about Trent Green, neither are remarkable QBs that will carry a team to a SB victory.

Couldn't disagree more.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 08:13 PM
Pssht. If Rodney Harrison hadn't taken his knee out he'd been a league MVP.


Pretty much.

Logical
02-07-2006, 08:17 PM
Pssht. If Rodney Harrison hadn't taken his knee out he'd been a league MVP.No disrespect but there is no more reason to believe that is true than it is false. It is merely mindless speculation, harmless but without merit.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 09:00 PM
The truth is I think Plummer is afraid to showcase all of his talents in the biggest game of his life. But he better take his opportunity now, because that shit-e franchise they call the Donks will never play a big game again with him at QB.

You've been talking a bunch of shit for guy who roots for a team that hasn't played the biggest game in almost 40 years. Dumb quaker.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 09:03 PM
I'll disagree with that to a point. Green may not ever win a SB as a starter, but he has a hell of a lot better chance of doing so than Jake. With Jake you hope he doesn't cost you the game, with Trent you typically feel comfortable that he won't.

Of course...this is obvious when you compare the number of playoff appearances.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 09:19 PM
Of course...this is obvious when you compare the number of playoff appearances.


Let's compare one and done play off appearances instead. The fake isn't all that much spectacular than Green in that scenario. Jake has had a defense to back him up, which actually made a difference for him this year as opposed to the last two, where as Green has not.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 09:22 PM
Let's compare one and done play off appearances instead. The fake isn't all that much spectacular than Green in that scenario. Jake has had a defense to back him up, which actually made a difference for him this year as opposed to the last two, where as Green has not.


Jake hasn't had the pass protecting o-line like Green...all that shit washes out...bottom line...the horrible...terrible..Jake Plummer has been to the post-season 3 straight seasons...Trent Green...once...and really...you can thank Dante Hall for that.

jspchief
02-07-2006, 09:22 PM
Of course...this is obvious when you compare the number of playoff appearances.QB makes up only one of many parts of a team.

If you want to pretend Jake got you to the play-offs instead of your running game and defense, go ahead. We'll just sit back and laugh.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 09:30 PM
QB makes up only one of many parts of a team.

If you want to pretend Jake got you to the play-offs instead of your running game and defense, go ahead. We'll just sit back and laugh.

He did get us to the playoffs with his play..and you know it. Every year in Denver he becomes more and more solid of a QB.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 09:38 PM
Jake hasn't had the pass protecting o-line like Green...all that shit washes out...bottom line...the horrible...terrible..Jake Plummer has been to the post-season 3 straight seasons...Trent Green...once...and really...you can thank Dante Hall for that.



HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! Just what I would expect from a donks' fan. Really, I'm about to bust at the seams from that comment. That is hilarious as hell. ROFL You still haven't gotten over the '03 win at Arrowhead, have you?

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 09:39 PM
He did get us to the playoffs with his play..and you know it. Every year in Denver he becomes more and more solid of a QB.


Yeah, we saw that solid QB play from him AT HOME, IN THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP, AGAINST THE LAST SEED IN THE PLAYOFFS. Dude, seriously, quit while you are behind.

jspchief
02-07-2006, 09:41 PM
He did get us to the playoffs with his play..and you know it. Every year in Denver he becomes more and more solid of a QB.Actually I don't know it.

What I do know is that in the play-offs, when your running game got shut down and a team was able to pick up your blitz, the weaknesses of your team were exposed. Your secondary is still bad, and Jake Plummer is still mistake prone when the pressure is on.

morphius
02-07-2006, 09:41 PM
He did get us to the playoffs with his play..and you know it. Every year in Denver he becomes more and more solid of a QB.
And if you keep saying that, you may even start to believe it.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 09:49 PM
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!! Just what I would expect from a donks' fan. Really, I'm about to bust at the seams from that comment. That is hilarious as hell. ROFL You still haven't gotten over the '03 win at Arrowhead, have you?

He basically won that game...the Baltimore game...that gave the team a ton of momentum that they rode all the way into the playoffs even though the team faded late.

morphius
02-07-2006, 09:54 PM
He basically won that game...the Baltimore game...that gave the team a ton of momentum that they rode all the way into the playoffs even though the team faded late.
yup, had NOTHING to do with some RB setting the TD record...

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 09:58 PM
I'm trying to respond to you guys but this website doesn't work half the time.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:04 PM
Actually I don't know it.

What I do know is that in the play-offs, when your running game got shut down and a team was able to pick up your blitz, the weaknesses of your team were exposed. Your secondary is still bad, and Jake Plummer is still mistake prone when the pressure is on.

We didn't blitz all that much in that game...you can't blitz Big Ben...he's too tall and will burn you. Jake had a bad game that day. The hardest part about Jake is the constant playoff appearances...I hardly breathe from making the playoffs 3-straight years. The Chiefs...despite having the best offense...running game...o-line...and TE..return game..just can't seem to get a game past the regular season, and hasn't played in a Super Bowl since the Vietnam war. Hats off to you folks for sticking with it. Mean while..we've got a great chance at going to the Super Bowl next year..while the Chiefs...no clue...might win...might lose...either way...I'm sure it will be sorry.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:06 PM
Yeah, we saw that solid QB play from him AT HOME, IN THE AFC CHAMPIONSHIP, AGAINST THE LAST SEED IN THE PLAYOFFS. Dude, seriously, quit while you are behind.

Yeah...a 6th seed that beat both 1 seeds...a 2 and a 3...yeah...they sucked

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:08 PM
He basically won that game...the Baltimore game...that gave the team a ton of momentum that they rode all the way into the playoffs even though the team faded late.


Actually, Denver failing to punch it into the endzone late in the game won it for us. And Dante had little to nothing to do with the near impossible come from behind win at Green Bay that year, which fully demonstrated the character of the TEAM. If youy want to put that season solely on Hall like all of the other dick heads who have attempted to do so, you are welcome to it, but I always thought you were a bit smarter than that.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:11 PM
yup, had NOTHING to do with some RB setting the TD record...


No shit. A RB who scored more points than most kickers or teams that year had not a damn thing to do with our going 13-3 that season. Sheesh. Only morons and divisional rivals....

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:12 PM
yup, had NOTHING to do with some RB setting the TD record...

Dante Hall was the NFL MVP the first half of that year IMO....you felt like everytime he touched the ball he'd take it for six. And when he wasn't getting six...he was setting up the Chiefs with great field position. Priest had a ton of Td's that year...he even gained 307 yards in one game running and catching the ball...but you guys lost that day. Same thing with the DT sack day you guys like to put on the mantle...but you lost that day. Even when you had the Colts in your house...and you lost that day...twice. You guys want to talk about Plummer being mistake prone...he's one guy...mistake prone describes the history of your whole franchise.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:14 PM
No shit. A RB who scored more points than most kickers or teams that year had not a damn thing to do with our going 13-3 that season. Sheesh. Only morons and divisional rivals....

You guys are putting words in my mouth...I didn't say Holmes had nothing to do with your success that year....but Dante was a phase of the game....you cannot discount the FACT that when it got down to where the rubber meets the road..that guy won four games for you early with his returns.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:14 PM
Yeah...a 6th seed that beat both 1 seeds...a 2 and a 3...yeah...they sucked


I never said they sucked, I said they beat the number two seed on the number two seeds' home turf. And they made Jake look like the fake of old in the proccess.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:15 PM
Actually, Denver failing to punch it into the endzone late in the game won it for us. And Dante had little to nothing to do with the near impossible come from behind win at Green Bay that year, which fully demonstrated the character of the TEAM. If youy want to put that season solely on Hall like all of the other dick heads who have attempted to do so, you are welcome to it, but I always thought you were a bit smarter than that.
Again...you're putting words in my mouth...bottom line...without him...you might have ended up 9-7...maybe 10-6...and you miss the playoffs.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:17 PM
I never said they sucked, I said they beat the number two seed on the number two seeds' home turf. And they made Jake look like the fake of old in the proccess.

Like I said...he had a bad game that year...but he's been impressive as a Bronco. I don't even count his days in Az anymore...that place is a joke.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:19 PM
You guys are putting words in my mouth...I didn't say Holmes had nothing to do with your success that year....but Dante was a phase of the game....you cannot discount the FACT that when it got down to where the rubber meets the road..that guy won four games for you early with his returns.


Take away all the points scored by the Chiefs in those games except those scored by Dante and we get our asses kicked in all of them. It is a TEAM game. Dante's points mean SHIT with out those scored by the other members of the team. But just like every other moron out there, you want to lay the success of the '03 Chiefs at the feet of Hall. Congratultions, you are a football genious.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:21 PM
Again...you're putting words in my mouth...bottom line...without him...you might have ended up 9-7...maybe 10-6...and you miss the playoffs.


Mere speculation. Our O that year was scary as hell. No telling what might have transpired.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:24 PM
Like I said...he had a bad game that year...but he's been impressive as a Bronco. I don't even count his days in Az anymore...that place is a joke.


Oh I agree, he's been damn impressive as a donk. You all would be fools not to keep him. Infact, I'd be damn dissapointed if you don't.......

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:25 PM
Take away all the points scored by the Chiefs in those games except those scored by Dante and we get our asses kicked in all of them. It is a TEAM game. Dante's points mean SHIT with out those scored by the other members of the team. But just like every other moron out there, you want to lay the success of the '03 Chiefs at the feet of Hall. Congratultions, you are a football genious.

You really don't understand what an impact he had that year. You lose to Baltimore without his return...you lose to Denver at Arrowhead without his return. The field position with his returns was undeniable to the success of your offense in points scored. The return game is a phase of the game like offense and defense. I'm telling you right now...you might not make the playoffs and lose to the Colts again, one and done, without Dante Hall. Was he the only guy on the team? No...but he had the biggest impact early in the season and you cannot deny it.

jspchief
02-07-2006, 10:28 PM
We didn't blitz all that much in that game...you can't blitz Big Ben...he's too tall and will burn you. Jake had a bad game that day. The hardest part about Jake is the constant playoff appearances...I hardly breathe from making the playoffs 3-straight years. The Chiefs...despite having the best offense...running game...o-line...and TE..return game..just can't seem to get a game past the regular season, and hasn't played in a Super Bowl since the Vietnam war. Hats off to you folks for sticking with it. Mean while..we've got a great chance at going to the Super Bowl next year..while the Chiefs...no clue...might win...might lose...either way...I'm sure it will be sorry.You can keep deflecting to play-off appearances, but you're wasting your time. It has nothing to do with Jake Plummer. You get there inspite of Plummer, and the second you needed him to put the team on his shoulders, he folded like origami in a special needs school.

The Chiefs don't make the play-offs because our defense sucks. It has nothing to do with what Green does. The one time we got him in the play-offs, he played his ass off and almost overcame out pathetic D. Plummer could learn something from Green's play-off appearance.

It's okay though. I know it's standard operating procedure for Denver fans. Deflect all arguments to our defense. That will somehow make your secondary or Jake Plummer good.

PunkinDrublic
02-07-2006, 10:30 PM
Why do they even have a pro-bowl game? Players don't take the game seriously and a lot of them make the trip and play as little as possible. The whole thing is for pro bowlers to scam a free trip to Hawaii to party with their buddies. They should just have an awards banquet in Honolulu and eliminate the middleman which is the game itself.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:38 PM
You really don't understand what an impact he had that year. You lose to Baltimore without his return...you lose to Denver at Arrowhead without his return. The field position with his returns was undeniable to the success of your offense in points scored. The return game is a phase of the game like offense and defense. I'm telling you right now...you might not make the playoffs and lose to the Colts again, one and done, without Dante Hall. Was he the only guy on the team? No...but he had the biggest impact early in the season and you cannot deny it.


Quite possibly a loss to Baltimore, Denver not necessarilly. The donks had time to win the game after that return and were stopped, which meant we had time to drive the field, score, and burn up clock in the proccess. It was a back and forth game, to automatically give your team the win with out the return shows your homerism, and idiocy.

I fully realize the impact Hall had on that season, I also realize that he was not soley responbible for the season.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:41 PM
You can keep deflecting to play-off appearances, but you're wasting your time. It has nothing to do with Jake Plummer. You get there inspite of Plummer, and the second you needed him to put the team on his shoulders, he folded like origami in a special needs school.

The Chiefs don't make the play-offs because our defense sucks. It has nothing to do with what Green does. The one time we got him in the play-offs, he played his ass off and almost overcame out pathetic D. Plummer could learn something from Green's play-off appearance.

It's okay though. I know it's standard operating procedure for Denver fans. Deflect all arguments to our defense. That will somehow make your secondary or Jake Plummer good.

What ever gets you through the night...

Like you said...it's a team game...well guess what...as far as the post season is concerned...your team isn't good enough hasn't been good enough....and really hasn't been since the early 1970's...save Joe Montana.

But you don't watch Jake Plummer play...because if you did...you'd realize what a difference he's made for the Broncos to get them over the hump. We don't win inspite of him...we win because of him...and I'm proud of him.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 10:42 PM
Quite possibly a loss to Baltimore, Denver not necessarilly. The donks had time to win the game after that return and were stopped, which meant we had time to drive the field, score, and burn up clock in the proccess. It was a back and forth game, to automatically give your team the win with out the return shows your homerism, and idiocy.

I fully realize the impact Hall had on that season, I also realize that he was not soley responbible for the season.

Without that return...you lose the game...ask Titus...we were watching the game together.

Raiderhader
02-07-2006, 10:47 PM
Without that return...you lose the game...ask Titus...we were watching the game together.


Well Titus and I will have to disagree, because I was the game, and we had a chance even without the return. There was time on the clock and a deadly offense to utilize it. Doesn't mean we would have won, but it sure as hell does not mean it was an automatic loss. You are living in dream land. But I've come to expect from donks' fans.

Garcia Bronco
02-07-2006, 11:03 PM
Well Titus and I will have to disagree, because I was the game, and we had a chance even without the return. There was time on the clock and a deadly offense to utilize it. Doesn't mean we would have won, but it sure as hell does not mean it was an automatic loss. You are living in dream land. But I've come to expect from donks' fans.

You would have had the ball at around the 5 with 95 yards to drive...you wouldn't have won the game...

jspchief
02-07-2006, 11:05 PM
You would have had the ball at around the 5 with 95 yards to drive... ... and over 8 minutes left in the game.

Don't be stupid. There's no way you can say what would have happened in those 8 minutes.

alanm
02-07-2006, 11:32 PM
Is this really you, Mr. Vlad Logicslav? Doesn't sound like you to me.

By the way, is it hard to create a poll? I've never done one and I can't get Mr. Rain Man to do one for me. I have a couple of ideas:

1. If you had to be killed by somebody, which Chiefs player or famous sports figure would you like to be killed by?

2. If you were in a car by yourself and you had to pee really, really, really bad and all you had was your wife's favorite purse, your last half-full can of beer, and your guitar and you couldn't pull over for some reason like there was steep cliffs like for forever or something, what would you do?

3. If you had been struck by lightning 5 times in the past for some reason that you have never been able to figure out and a storm was coming and you only had time for one phone call but using the phone would dramatically increase the likelihood that you would be struck again by lightning which you really don't like but you wanted someone to know where you were just in case you get struck again, would you make the call and, if so, who would you call and why?

FAX
Fax, It's probably best for all involved that you haven't figured out how to post a poll yet. :)

alanm
02-07-2006, 11:38 PM
We didn't blitz all that much in that game...you can't blitz Big Ben...he's too tall and will burn you. Jake had a bad game that day. The hardest part about Jake is the constant playoff appearances...I hardly breathe from making the playoffs 3-straight years. The Chiefs...despite having the best offense...running game...o-line...and TE..return game..just can't seem to get a game past the regular season, and hasn't played in a Super Bowl since the Vietnam war. Hats off to you folks for sticking with it. Mean while..we've got a great chance at going to the Super Bowl next year..while the Chiefs...no clue...might win...might lose...either way...I'm sure it will be sorry.
Ahhhh... the offseason. Ya gotta love it!! :thumb:

greg63
02-07-2006, 11:58 PM
...Them's the breaks.

Hog Farmer
02-08-2006, 06:11 AM
I agree with that, but I would say the same thing about Trent Green, neither are remarkable QBs that will carry a team to a SB victory.

You're a ****ing moron!

Hog Farmer
02-08-2006, 06:14 AM
You've been talking a bunch of shit for guy who roots for a team that hasn't played the biggest game in almost 40 years. Dumb quaker.

You also are a ****ing moron and worthy of being banned !

Lzen
02-08-2006, 07:30 AM
That collective sigh you just heard was from all the NFC DBs.


ROFL

Lzen
02-08-2006, 07:35 AM
I agree with that, but I would say the same thing about Trent Green, neither are remarkable QBs that will carry a team to a SB victory.

You have got to be kidding. You don't think that if Trent had a decent defense these past 5 years that the Chiefs would've gotten to the SB? You must be high if you answered no. Trent has done pretty much everything he could do. He is a SB quality QB, no question.

KCTitus
02-08-2006, 07:38 AM
You have got to be kidding. You don't think that if Trent had a decent defense these past 5 years that the Chiefs would've gotten to the SB? You must be high if you answered no. Trent has done pretty much everything he could do. He is a SB quality QB, no question.

Remember Jim invested himself in the Chiefs failure since they drafted Larry Johnson. Bitterness is a sad way to go through life.

Lzen
02-08-2006, 07:52 AM
Quite possibly a loss to Baltimore, Denver not necessarilly. The donks had time to win the game after that return and were stopped, which meant we had time to drive the field, score, and burn up clock in the proccess. It was a back and forth game, to automatically give your team the win with out the return shows your homerism, and idiocy.

I fully realize the impact Hall had on that season, I also realize that he was not soley responbible for the season.

You know, I don't even acknowledge the insinuation that we would've lost to Baltimore without Hall's late return TD. Keep in mind that our defense had shut down B'more for most of the game. As stout as their defense has been over the years, our defense was holding their own. The score was 10-10 late in that game. Who is to say that the Ravens would've even been able to score before our offense?

And, of course, the Denver game was not necessarily won by Hall. Once again, the Chiefs defense held Denver's offense late in that game (after the Hall return). Denver still had something like 6,7, or 8 minutes remaining in that game. Why did their offense not score any points?

Hell, if the Chiefs defense would've played that well in the playoffs as they played early that year, Trent would've had a SB victory as the starting QB. As much as Garcia wants to give Hall all the credit, he conveniently forgets how much the D let us down late that season and in the playoff game. It is a team sport. 22 guys have to play well for a team to make it to the SB. 11 of them did not play well when they needed to.

Count Zarth
02-08-2006, 08:38 AM
Priest had a ton of Td's that year...he even gained 307 yards in one game running and catching the ball...

That was 2002, dipshit.

More proof that you're talking out your ass.

Count Zarth
02-08-2006, 08:39 AM
Jake hasn't had the pass protecting o-line like Green...all that shit washes out...bottom line...the horrible...terrible..Jake Plummer has been to the post-season 3 straight seasons...Trent Green...once...and really...you can thank Dante Hall for that.

And Plummer can thank his defense. That's the only reason you guys have won a playoff game.

Raiderhader
02-08-2006, 10:10 AM
You know, I don't even acknowledge the insinuation that we would've lost to Baltimore without Hall's late return TD. Keep in mind that our defense had shut down B'more for most of the game. As stout as their defense has been over the years, our defense was holding their own. The score was 10-10 late in that game. Who is to say that the Ravens would've even been able to score before our offense?

And, of course, the Denver game was not necessarily won by Hall. Once again, the Chiefs defense held Denver's offense late in that game (after the Hall return). Denver still had something like 6,7, or 8 minutes remaining in that game. Why did their offense not score any points?

Hell, if the Chiefs defense would've played that well in the playoffs as they played early that year, Trent would've had a SB victory as the starting QB. As much as Garcia wants to give Hall all the credit, he conveniently forgets how much the D let us down late that season and in the playoff game. It is a team sport. 22 guys have to play well for a team to make it to the SB. 11 of them did not play well when they needed to.


I'm sure you are probably, admittedly, I'm a bit foggy on the Baltimore game. What transpired when in that game is pretty much lost to me. The Denver game I remember a little more clearly however.