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runnercyclist
02-09-2006, 04:50 AM
Can anyone tell me where I can find our oveall record against the 'stillers? I'd like to know what that is and the scores of each game?
Thanks for the 411...

greg63
02-09-2006, 05:21 AM
www.nfl.com (http://www.nfl.com) :shrug:

runnercyclist
02-09-2006, 05:40 AM
www.nfl.com (http://www.nfl.com) :shrug:

Wow. Thanks for that. You're a wealth of knowledge.

You must be a dynamo at work.

Mr Dumass, party of one, your table is ready...

greg63
02-09-2006, 05:49 AM
Hey you asked; I answered, and obviously the only one, so if ya don't like the answer then don't ask the question n00b.

chefsos
02-09-2006, 06:00 AM
There's probably an easier way, but I'm home today, felt like fooling with it and copied these scores from:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/kanindex.htm

It's ugly.

Year, KC-PIT (*= at KC)

'70, W 31-14
'71, W 38-16*
'72, L 7-16
'74, L 24-34*
'75, L 3-28
'76, L 0-45*
'78, L 24-27
'79, L 3-30*
'80, L 16-21
'81, W 37-33
'82, L 14-35
'84, W 37-27
'85, L 28-36*
'86, W 24-19
'87, L 16-17*
'88, L 10-16
'89, L 17-23
'92, L 3-27*
'93, W 27-24* (playoffs)
'96, L 7-17*
'97, W 13-10*
'98, L 13-20*
'99, W 35-19*
'01, L 17-20*
'03, W 41-20*

Total 9-16

greg63
02-09-2006, 06:05 AM
There's probably an easier way, but I'm home today, felt like fooling with it and copied these scores from:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/kanindex.htm

It's ugly.

Year, KC-PIT (*= at KC)

'70, W 31-14
'71, W 38-16*
'72, L 7-16
'74, L 24-34*
'75, L 3-28
'76, L 0-45*
'78, L 24-27
'79, L 3-30*
'80, L 16-21
'81, W 37-33
'82, L 14-35
'84, W 37-27
'85, L 28-36*
'86, W 24-19
'87, L 16-17*
'88, L 10-16
'89, L 17-23
'92, L 3-27*
'93, W 27-24* (playoffs)
'96, L 7-17*
'97, W 13-10*
'98, L 13-20*
'99, W 35-19*
'01, L 17-20*
'03, W 41-20*

Total 9-16


Nice stats.

chefsos
02-09-2006, 06:07 AM
Nice stats.
For Pittsburgh maybe! :)

greg63
02-09-2006, 06:21 AM
For Pittsburgh maybe! :)


...Unfortunately. :banghead:


It's early and I'm tired; I wouldn't be up now except I gotta get my kids to school.:shake:

HMc
02-09-2006, 07:26 AM
Would that qualify as the longest time KC hasn't visited an NFL city? Not since 89.

jspchief
02-09-2006, 07:30 AM
Would that qualify as the longest time KC hasn't visited an NFL city? Not since 89.I know the last time they played, the announcers talked about it. I don't know if it's KC's longest, but it certainly is odd that those games have all been in KC.

ptlyon
02-09-2006, 09:54 AM
Well guess where we get to go this year...

chefsos
02-09-2006, 09:56 AM
Well guess where we get to go this year...
Bettis Stadium? (It surely has been re-named by now.)

58-4ever
02-09-2006, 10:01 AM
I'm going to that game. Unfortunately, my best friend is a huge Steelers fan. I made him suffer through his team's demise last a few years ago when we destroyed fat Bettis & co. Hopefully, we'll do it again next year.

kaplin42
02-09-2006, 10:26 AM
When we played them in 2k3 we beat them in their stadium. I can't say that we will or will not this upcomming season. But there is a bright side for us.

Cowher is a run the football kinda guy. This year, and in the last few years, this has been Cowhers game plan. Use a fast, agile back to get the D winded, then in short yard situations (3rd and 3 or 4 tops) he loves to bring in the Bus (Not saying he wouldnt use the Bus other times as well, but if you watch the games this is what he does), the Bus then proceeds to just run over the D because they are tired already, and tackling him is like tackling a Mack Truck. This year, there will be no Bus, so the short yardage scheme for Pitt will have to change a bit. Yes, Pitt will still be successful, but it is a bright side to look at. On top of that with LJ should be able to give them a taste of their own punishing medicine.

runnercyclist
02-09-2006, 11:27 AM
There's probably an easier way, but I'm home today, felt like fooling with it and copied these scores from:
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/kanindex.htm

It's ugly.

Year, KC-PIT (*= at KC)

'70, W 31-14
'71, W 38-16*
'72, L 7-16
'74, L 24-34*
'75, L 3-28
'76, L 0-45*
'78, L 24-27
'79, L 3-30*
'80, L 16-21
'81, W 37-33
'82, L 14-35
'84, W 37-27
'85, L 28-36*
'86, W 24-19
'87, L 16-17*
'88, L 10-16
'89, L 17-23
'92, L 3-27*
'93, W 27-24* (playoffs)
'96, L 7-17*
'97, W 13-10*
'98, L 13-20*
'99, W 35-19*
'01, L 17-20*
'03, W 41-20*

Total 9-16

Thank you. I live in Pitt now. I am psyched because I'll get to go to the game here and Cleveland next season.

Go Chiefs!

jspchief
02-09-2006, 11:59 AM
When we played them in 2k3 we beat them in their stadium. Uhh, no we didn't.

The Chiefs haven't played in Pittsburgh since 1989.

kaplin42
02-09-2006, 12:02 PM
Uhh, no we didn't.

The Chiefs haven't played in Pittsburgh since 1989.

That was at AH? My bad, I could have sworn it was at Heinz Field. I stand corrected. Thanks.

Edit: Apparently, if you go back and read the stats that have been given already, it says it right there. Reading comprehension owns me

chefsos
02-09-2006, 12:26 PM
That was at AH? My bad, I could have sworn it was at Heinz Field. I stand corrected. Thanks.

Edit: Apparently, if you go back and read the stats that have been given already, it says it right there. Reading comprehension owns me

1) Even though that '03 game was at Arrowhead, don't take all those numbers I posted as Gospel. I copied them down and typed them here at dark:30AM in a state of semi-consciousness.

2) Who are you, and what have you done with PrincessTinkyWinky? :)

kaplin42
02-09-2006, 01:04 PM
2) Who are you, and what have you done with PrincessTinkyWinky? :)


She is my evil twin sister. I had to locker her in the closet again. I usually let her out on Tuesdays and Thursdays though.