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TEX
06-22-2001, 09:32 PM
"My commitment is to this team and doing whatever we can to win, so I'll be here until training camp just working on my knee. I've got guys lined up to come in and throw, and we'll just continue making progress toward the season."

Can anyone even imagine Elvis saying ANYTHING like this, much less mean it??

DanT
06-22-2001, 11:52 PM
Two consecutive compound sentences coming from Grbac? Unthinkable...Literally! ;)

alanm
06-23-2001, 12:38 AM
Especially with his foot in his mouth and his head up his a$$ :D

47mack
06-23-2001, 06:25 AM
Green seems to be off to a good start. Lets hope he takes his leadership out on the field.

Alphaman
06-23-2001, 08:45 AM
The biggest example of leadership to me is when Greene said that he would be in Morris' ear to encourage him to keep going and do the work necessary to get back. This guy is showing SERIOUS leadership skills. Vision and forward thinking. Very impressive.

DaWolf
06-23-2001, 01:40 PM
If Green throws 30 TD's and leads usto some wins and doesn't screw up when it counts, I'll be behind him all the way! :)

Naw, I'm already behind him, but let's hope it translates on the field like was previously said.

chief52
06-23-2001, 07:33 PM
I hope and think that the major differences between Green and Grbac will show up in a noticeable way in the 2 minute offense. Grbac could not think and/or act nearly quick enough. The 2 minute offense was a chamber of horrors.

tommykat
06-23-2001, 10:54 PM
Two minute offense????? What a joke! Gurtrash......couldn't think that quick........OH MY..... I MIGHT HAVE TO RUN OR GET HURT.. What do I do??:confused:

TEX
06-25-2001, 11:56 AM
52,
AMEN! Boy, wouldn't it be nice to have a QB that could run an effective 2 -minute offense! :cool:

donkhater
06-25-2001, 12:36 PM
How do you guys know if Green can effectively run a two-minute offense. I, for one, have never seen him in that situation before and he isn't exactly the first guy I would choose to do it.

Having said that, it wouldn't take much to upgrade from Elvis.

TEX
06-25-2001, 01:01 PM
Nobody said Green could...We all agree that it would be nice to have a QB that could do it for a change.

PACHIEFSFAN
06-26-2001, 07:07 PM
As reported in kcchiefs.com, DV talked about how impressive TG was in throwing passes. He made quick decisions on who to throw to. Girlback could decide to throw or lay down.



:p I woke this morning and was alive. Knew it was going to be a good day!!!!!!

Baby Lee
06-26-2001, 08:42 PM
The era of Big Government is over. - Bill C.

my point? talk is cheap.

PACHIEFSFAN
06-26-2001, 08:52 PM
DV's comments were his observations of the mini-camp practices were TG was throwing. He also has past knowledge of TG's abilities. I think TG will let his play do the talking.


:p I woke this morning and I was alive. I think this will be a good day!!!

htismaqe
06-27-2001, 09:09 AM
JC,

Comparing DV to Clinton? Now I know that you can't always trust what's reported, but I think DV has a little more established reputation for honesty and integrity than that...

In all likelihood, the true answer lies somewhere in the middle.

kcmax
06-27-2001, 12:03 PM
Alphaman,
I totally agree with you about Green being in Slymo's ear, i was impressed by that myself! What a concept, a QB acting as a Leader!!This is too much!

Baby Lee
06-27-2001, 02:01 PM
Actually, I was comparing the Clinton quote and the Green quote in the topic header. And it wasn't a specific Clinton/Green comparison, but a comparison between talk and action.

PACHIEFSFAN
06-27-2001, 07:12 PM
I totally agree about TG SHOWING HIS LEADERSHIP ABILITY!! Girlback would have just complained about the loss of a WR. That is leadership! Wow, something the KC fans have been missing for some time, a QB who can lead on the field and off.


:p I woke this morning and I was alive. I think this will be a good day!!!