View Full Version : Bears Coaching Staff vs. Chiefs Coaching Staff
12-03-2000, 09:09 PM
Either the Bears coaching staff is as inept as ours, or our staff is moonlighting for Chicago.
3rd and long, trailing 28-3 in the 4th: Draw for no gain. Then send on the field goal unit (Yeah buddy! That 3 points is going to help!) which is one player short. (At least they realized it and called a timeout to correct the situation.)
Bob Dole doesn't feel so bad now.
Okay...that's a big fat lie. Bob Dole still hates the position our staff has this team in at the moment.
12-03-2000, 09:29 PM
I gave away four tickets to tonight's Bears/Packers game - I figure I get enough bad football from my own team.
I figured the Bears would be better this year. They seemed to be on the brink of turning things around. Now, they'll just be getting a higher draft pick than us. Their coaches do seem suddenly brain-dead. Perhaps they are using the Stooges as role-models.
12-03-2000, 09:30 PM
<font color="blue"><H1>Go Seahawks...Woo Hoo!!Seahawks win!! yeah baby!! :eek:</H1></font>
oops we are only 5-8...never mind.<BR>
12-03-2000, 10:41 PM
I agree Mr. Dole. Its a tough time to be a chiefs fan. But what really hurts is that I don't see the organization looking to make any big changes (I really hope I'm wrong) or even small ones for that matter. It puzzels me why they arn't running Cloud or Moruea.
Oh well, thank god for beer and cheerleaders.
12-04-2000, 07:13 AM
What's going on with Kitna? Is he actually gonna have a job next year? From what I seen and read, it appears he is playing ok now. <P>
12-04-2000, 01:05 PM
He has been playing and actaully doing pretty good. I don't think Holgrams going to want to go into next season with him in charge of his offense although.
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