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tomahawk kid
08-02-2008, 09:37 PM
http://www.kansascity.com/sports/chiefs/story/731440.html

You've got to be f#cking kidding me.

dirk digler
08-02-2008, 09:38 PM
****

cdcox
08-02-2008, 09:40 PM
At least we're having all the injuries during a year when we have an incompetent coach.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 09:40 PM
****ing hell...

Nzoner
08-02-2008, 09:40 PM
Coach Herm Edwards described the injury as a sprain
“He’s probably going to be week to week,’’ Edwards said. “They won’t know until they do all of the MRIs and all of that. They’ll find out what’s going on. But I don’t think it’s serious.’’




Oh hell

Deberg_1990
08-02-2008, 09:40 PM
Well at least Mike Merritt is still ok.

chiefs1111
08-02-2008, 09:41 PM
we are cursed

dirk digler
08-02-2008, 09:41 PM
The good news is he walked off on his own and not on a cart.

tomahawk kid
08-02-2008, 09:42 PM
Either there's something going on with the turf in River Falls or we're the goddamned unluckiest team on the face of the earth.

I'd like to punch the strength and conditioning staff in the face for the f#ck of it right now........

tomahawk kid
08-02-2008, 09:43 PM
The good news is he walked off on his own and not on a cart.

So did Albert and Gretz is now reporting that he could miss the entire preseason.

Everytime Herm opens his mouth about injuries it lends more credence to the notion he's eitherly entire full of shit or borderline retarded, maybe both.

the Talking Can
08-02-2008, 09:43 PM
this franchise a farce....a total ****ing waste...

god can eat my ass...

dirk digler
08-02-2008, 09:44 PM
So did Albert and Gretz is now reporting that he could miss the entire preseason.

Everytime Herm opens his mouth about injuries it lends more credence to the notion his either entire full of shit or borderline retarded, maybe both.

I would go with both

J Diddy
08-02-2008, 09:45 PM
this franchise a farce....a total ****ing waste...

god can eat my ass...

well at least we aren't over reacting

The Bad Guy
08-02-2008, 09:47 PM
You guys seriously get really mad about shit no one can control.

Relax a little bit. You'll live longer.

Rain Man
08-02-2008, 09:47 PM
At least we're having all the injuries during a year when we have an incompetent coach.

Isn't there someone on here who was saying we should partially bench LJ so we can save him for when the team is better? That person would probably be thrilled if Albert and Dorsey both missed the season.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 09:47 PM
this franchise a farce....a total ****ing waste...

god can eat my ass...Dunno what this has to do with the franchise as a whole... but yeah, it's some shitty luck.

Tribal Warfare
08-02-2008, 09:47 PM
Everytime Herm opens his mouth about injuries it lends more credence to the notion his either entire full of shit or borderline retarded, maybe both.



It's funny, because it's true ROFL :deevee:

The Bad Guy
08-02-2008, 09:48 PM
Dunno what this has to do with the franchise as a whole... but yeah, it's some shitty luck.

It is shitty luck.

But to let injuries make you this mad is laughable.

tomahawk kid
08-02-2008, 09:49 PM
It's funny, because it's true ROFL :deevee:

You can throw Gunt into that comment too as far as I'm concerned.

He still has a job based on sh!t he f#cking did 10-12 years ago.

JBucc
08-02-2008, 09:49 PM
We get 'em signed and then they get injured and miss stuff anyway. Cock Shit Ass **** Dammit etc.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 09:49 PM
You guys seriously get really mad about shit no one can control.

Relax a little bit. You'll live longer.Seriously.

It's bad luck. And we weren't gonna be world beaters this season anyway. They'll heal up, get lots of playing time...

It sucks, but it's not the end of the world. It could be much, much worse.

*furiously knocking on wood*

blueballs
08-02-2008, 09:49 PM
the board is already in mid-season melt down mode
popcorn for the house on me

dirk digler
08-02-2008, 09:50 PM
We get 'em signed and then they get injured and miss stuff anyway. Cock Shit Ass **** Dammit etc.

LMAO

We are screwed either way. Carl has the team cursed

J Diddy
08-02-2008, 09:50 PM
Isn't there someone on here who was saying we should partially bench LJ so we can save him for when the team is better? That person would probably be thrilled if Albert and Dorsey both missed the season.

**** yeah that's why they brought in chan


he knows how to redshirt

JuicesFlowing
08-02-2008, 09:54 PM
the board is already in mid-season melt down mode
popcorn for the house on me

Thank you, but a few rounds of beers would help. I'll chip in.

the Talking Can
08-02-2008, 09:54 PM
Dunno what this has to do with the franchise as a whole... but yeah, it's some shitty luck.

we lost 2 first round picks in 3 minutes...both were to be corner stones of their lines, one was the only chance we had of giving croyle a real chance to survive...

both will miss precious camp time, and both will be thrown into reals games underpracticed and out of shape...which worked well for Sims...

haven't we sucked enough for 15 years? aren't we stuck with clowns for HC and DC?

couldn't "the guy upstairs" cut us some damn slack?

for once?

Boon
08-02-2008, 09:55 PM
Now we know why Carl is so reluctant to have players signed and in camp.

Deberg_1990
08-02-2008, 09:55 PM
Why dont people get this upset over the Royals?? They havent even sniffed the playoffs in 23 years. That has to be some kind of record?

FAX
08-02-2008, 09:56 PM
Was this the same leg Dorsey has had problems with in the past?

FAX

Mecca
08-02-2008, 09:56 PM
Knowing the Chiefs he could have a torn ACL and they'd call him week to week.

CupidStunt
08-02-2008, 09:56 PM
Only real concern for me is that it's another knee injury. Just hope this guy's career isn't derailed by injury.

alanm
08-02-2008, 09:56 PM
Look at it this way. I'd rather they get hurt before the games count.
If their both still out 2-3 games into the season we're f*cked.
But then the consensus seems to be we're f*cked anyway. :spock:

Messier
08-02-2008, 09:58 PM
Why dont people get this upset over the Royals?? They havent even sniffed the playoffs in 23 years. That has to be some kind of record?

I guess you have to care to be upset.

Mecca
08-02-2008, 09:59 PM
Look at it this way. I'd rather they get hurt before the games count.
If their both still out 2-3 games into the season we're f*cked.
But then the consensus seems to be we're f*cked anyway. :spock:

This is probably going to hurt their conditioning more than anything it will also set their development time back a bit.....either way there isn't a positive way to spin the top 2 picks who are suppose to be cornerstones getting hurt before preseason has started.

dirk digler
08-02-2008, 10:02 PM
This is probably going to hurt their conditioning more than anything it will also set their development time back a bit.....either way there isn't a positive way to spin the top 2 picks who are suppose to be cornerstones getting hurt before preseason has started.

Yep and it is kind of depressing

Thig Lyfe
08-02-2008, 10:02 PM
Jesus hates us.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 10:02 PM
Why dont people get this upset over the Royals?? They havent even sniffed the playoffs in 23 years. That has to be some kind of record?It's baseball.

I want them to win... I really do. But if they don't, it doesn't really upset me.

The Chiefs are a different story.

mcan
08-02-2008, 10:02 PM
Dick Vermeil: Long, grueling practices every day. Somtimes twice a day. Very few injuries.

Herm Edwards: Practice 3 or 4 times a week. Players are dropping like flies.

Mecca
08-02-2008, 10:03 PM
It's baseball.

I want them to win... I really do. But if they don't, it doesn't really upset me.

The Chiefs are a different story.

Yea, I only follow baseball because nothing else goes on in the summer time, I personally find it boring and don't care all that much about it.

gblowfish
08-02-2008, 10:03 PM
Can you say R-Kal Truluck?

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 10:04 PM
we lost 2 first round picks in 3 minutes...both were to be corner stones of their lines, one was the only chance we had of giving croyle a real chance to survive...

both will miss precious camp time, and both will be thrown into reals games underpracticed and out of shape...which worked well for Sims...

haven't we sucked enough for 15 years? aren't we stuck with clowns for HC and DC?

couldn't "the guy upstairs" cut us some damn slack?

for once?Absoutely. And for ****'s sake I wish he would.

That said, I'm not sure why that makes KC a shitty franchise.

FAX
08-02-2008, 10:05 PM
Sometimes I wonder if our training/conditioning staff is up to the task.

Well, let's see ... something positive to take away from this .... hmmm ....

Okay, how about this? Since Dorsey can't play either, he and Albert will have plenty of time to get to know each other as they rehab together, hang out on the sidelines, and sign each others' casts and stuff. This will be good for team chemistry and things like that.

FAX

J Diddy
08-02-2008, 10:06 PM
Dick Vermeil: Long, grueling practices every day. Somtimes twice a day. Very few injuries.

Herm Edwards: Practice 3 or 4 times a week. Players are dropping like flies.


no shit

we are the team of extremes

we have good offense no defense

good defense no offense

coach is tough players wore out and bitch

players coach players are injured and hurt

christ sakes

JuicesFlowing
08-02-2008, 10:06 PM
Dick Vermeil: Long, grueling practices every day. Somtimes twice a day. Very few injuries.

Herm Edwards: Practice 3 or 4 times a week. Players are dropping like flies.

I think there is something more to that. Also, notice that Herm's teams generally have slow starts at the beginning of the season ....

DeezNutz
08-02-2008, 10:06 PM
Was this the same leg Dorsey has had problems with in the past?

FAX

No. He sprained his right knee against Auburn.

Good news, I suppose.

FAX
08-02-2008, 10:06 PM
I think we're sh*tty because we suck. Either that, or we suck because we're sh*tty.

One way or another, we'll get this figured out.

FAX

J Diddy
08-02-2008, 10:06 PM
Sometimes I wonder if our training/conditioning staff is up to the task.

Well, let's see ... something positive to take away from this .... hmmm ....

Okay, how about this? Since Dorsey can't play either, he and Albert will have plenty of time to get to know each other as they rehab together, hang out on the sidelines, and sign each others' casts and stuff. This will be good for team chemistry and things like that.

FAX

maybe they can still practice on each other

you know all 1 legged and stuff

Mecca
08-02-2008, 10:07 PM
Absoutely. And for ****'s sake I wish he would.

That said, I'm not sure why that makes KC a shitty franchise.

This is a good sign that there is no god...

Mecca
08-02-2008, 10:08 PM
I think there is something more to that. Also, notice that Herm's teams generally have slow starts at the beginning of the season ....

He's had problems with players staying healthy in the past....maybe Herm just brings the injury curse with him.

alanm
08-02-2008, 10:08 PM
This is probably going to hurt their conditioning more than anything it will also set their development time back a bit.....either way there isn't a positive way to spin the top 2 picks who are suppose to be cornerstones getting hurt before preseason has started.
Bowe didn't start getting consistent reps until 3-4 games in last season. Outside of N.E. they play Oak, Atl and Denver the 1st 4 weeks. If the defense steps up like they need to this year and start playing like a top 10 D like they should. The Chiefs realistically have a shot at being 2-2 coming out of week 4. Maybe 3-1 if they can beat Denver in KC and that is a real possibility since it's in KC. BUT they need to upgrade the Oline in the meantime. It all comes down to how the offense performs. I think the D will be fine missing Dorsey for a few weeks regardless. :banghead:
Or best case is they are both ready to go week 1.

FAX
08-02-2008, 10:09 PM
No. He sprained his right knee against Auburn.

Good news, I suppose.

That is good. Thanks Mr. DeezNutz. On second thought, now he's going to have two troublesome knees.

No problem, though. Herm will bring in a specialist his wife knows from Zimbabwe to wave a shaman stick over the injuries and blow devil dust in their faces.

FAX

Mecca
08-02-2008, 10:10 PM
Bowe was still around for most of training camp and the preseason games, young players need reps in general, if neither of these guys play in preseason their first game action at all will come in real games..that may not turn out well.

Messier
08-02-2008, 10:11 PM
Can you say R-Kal Truluck?

Not without a wistful smile.

blueballs
08-02-2008, 10:14 PM
Albert and Dorsey have already figured out how to get out of camp
two very smart and savvy rookies
two very smart and savvy rich rookies

go bowe
08-02-2008, 10:15 PM
Sometimes I wonder if our training/conditioning staff is up to the task.

Well, let's see ... something positive to take away from this .... hmmm ....

Okay, how about this? Since Dorsey can't play either, he and Albert will have plenty of time to get to know each other as they rehab together, hang out on the sidelines, and sign each others' casts and stuff. This will be good for team chemistry and things like that.

FAXi can say one thing about you, mr. fax...

when you're right, you're really right...

Deberg_1990
08-02-2008, 10:18 PM
Keep doubtin Tank and Herb Taylor.

Boon
08-02-2008, 10:19 PM
I think we're sh*tty because we suck. Either that, or we suck because we're sh*tty.

One way or another, we'll get this figured out.

FAX

roflmao

Mecca
08-02-2008, 10:20 PM
Keep doubtin Tank and Herb Taylor.

Herb Taylor is gonna season them up real nice.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 10:23 PM
It's ok.


It's ooookaaaayyyyyy.

Messier
08-02-2008, 10:34 PM
I hate overreacting, but seriously, the one thing that was going to make the the season fun was the rookies that this team will be counting on for sever years to come, and not that I think these are serious injuries, but jeez

Skip Towne
08-02-2008, 10:38 PM
I hate overreacting, but seriously, the one thing that was going to make the the season fun was the rookies that this team will be counting on for sever years to come, and not that I think these are serious injuries, but jeez

It's been proved that not signing on time leads to injuries. :p

Fish
08-02-2008, 10:52 PM
Coach Herm Edwards described the injury as a sprain
“He’s probably going to be week to week,’’ Edwards said. “They won’t know until they do all of the MRIs and all of that. They’ll find out what’s going on. But I don’t think it’s serious.’’

Then it's safe to say Dorsey will have his leg amputated within a week....

MLU
08-02-2008, 10:52 PM
Not to worry Chiefs fans. A one legged Dorsey is still better than most two-legged DT's...

ClevelandBronco
08-02-2008, 10:57 PM
I hope his recovery is swift and complete. I want to see this guy play at his best against NFL talent.

whoman69
08-02-2008, 11:09 PM
I'd say at this point the bigger injury is Albert. The fact that he is probably out for training camp means he will not be ready for the beginning of the season. The fact that he misses out on camp means that he probably will not be ready to play this year. Our Oline had enough questions going in already.
Not sure how you can blame the strength and conditioning coach when two rookies go down. He probably hasn't had much time to even work with them. Most rookies will work on their own until they actually sign.

Reaper16
08-02-2008, 11:10 PM
If there is a God, then I hate His ****ing ass.

Skip Towne
08-02-2008, 11:15 PM
Then it's safe to say Dorsey will have his leg amputated within a week....

But is it swole?

ohiobronco2
08-02-2008, 11:15 PM
I hope his recovery is swift and complete. I want to see this guy play at his best against NFL talent.

I second that. Good luck to the Chiefs and Mr. Dorsey. Where's Claythan at to say, "Stay down bi*ch." We were so lucky to hear from him over at the mane last year when Moss got injured.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 11:15 PM
But is it swole?It's swole, but it's ooookaaaayyyy...

DeezNutz
08-02-2008, 11:17 PM
The good thing is, when he gets healthy again, he's going to play.

KcMizzou
08-02-2008, 11:21 PM
I second that. Good luck to the Chiefs and Mr. Dorsey. Where's Claythan at to say, "Stay down bi*ch." We were so lucky to hear from him over at the mane last year when Moss got injured.Thanks to you, and Cleveland too...

Lord knows we need a little luck with DT's... if Dorsey craps out.. I won't know what to think...

bigfoot
08-02-2008, 11:22 PM
Albert is going to be day to day, Dorsey going to be week to week. Don't like the sound of "week to week".

Lonewolf Ed
08-02-2008, 11:24 PM
If there is a God, then I hate His ****ing ass.

That's right... encourage Him to bless this team!

Reaper16
08-02-2008, 11:26 PM
That's right... encourage Him to bless this team!
I think a lot of us have been pleading with Him to do so for years. He's not listening.

TRR
08-02-2008, 11:31 PM
I was at camp tonight, and saw the injury. It really didn't look that bad. He kind of got crumpled up on the Line, and went down. Dorsey stayed down less than a minute after the play was over, and then got up and walked off the field. He stood on the sideline for a couple of minutes before the trainer got him to come over to the training table, and put ice on it. He stayed on the sideline for a bit, until the trainer had him go to the locker room. If it were an ACL/MCL, I don't think they would have allowed him to stay on the field after applying ice to it....

It really didn't look that bad, and Dorsey didn't seem to be in a ton of pain. He just looked a litte disheartened that he couldn't finish practice.

As long as we get both Albert and Dorsey back by the last preseason game, I don't think we will miss a beat. KC isn't going to be a contender this season anyway. I'm just hoping they can go when the regular season rolls around.

Messier
08-02-2008, 11:32 PM
I was at camp tonight, and saw the injury. It really didn't look that bad. He kind of got crumpled up on the Line, and went down. Dorsey stayed down less than a minute after the play was over, and then got up and walked off the field. He stood on the sideline for a couple of minutes before the trainer got him to come over to the training table, and put ice on it. He stayed on the sideline for a bit, until the trainer had him go to the locker room. If it were an ACL/MCL, I don't think they would have allowed him to stay on the field after applying ice to it....

It really didn't look that bad, and Dorsey didn't seem to be in a ton of pain. He just looked a litte disheartened that he couldn't finish practice.

As long as we get both Albert and Dorsey back by the last preseason game, I don't think we will miss a beat. KC isn't going to be a contender this season anyway. I'm just hoping they can go when the regular season rolls around.


That's good to hear.

Tribal Warfare
08-02-2008, 11:33 PM
Albert is going to be day to day, Dorsey going to be week to week. Don't like the sound of "week to week".



My Dad said IF it's worse case scenario with Albert he's going to be out for 2 months or should be out for season.

Guru
08-02-2008, 11:43 PM
Holy crap!!!1ROFLROFLROFL

This is so damn depressing it is funny. LMAO

Messier
08-02-2008, 11:49 PM
Seriously, what are the odds? Both first rounders in two days? I'm sad, but hopeful.

LV Tim
08-02-2008, 11:52 PM
What happened to the "old school" linemen?
Will Shields played for 223 games . . . never let an injury bother him.
Do they train or play differently? Or was our 90's linemen made of steel?

DaneMcCloud
08-02-2008, 11:54 PM
I was at camp tonight, and saw the injury. It really didn't look that bad. He kind of got crumpled up on the Line, and went down. Dorsey stayed down less than a minute after the play was over, and then got up and walked off the field. He stood on the sideline for a couple of minutes before the trainer got him to come over to the training table, and put ice on it. He stayed on the sideline for a bit, until the trainer had him go to the locker room. If it were an ACL/MCL, I don't think they would have allowed him to stay on the field after applying ice to it....

It really didn't look that bad, and Dorsey didn't seem to be in a ton of pain. He just looked a litte disheartened that he couldn't finish practice.

As long as we get both Albert and Dorsey back by the last preseason game, I don't think we will miss a beat. KC isn't going to be a contender this season anyway. I'm just hoping they can go when the regular season rolls around.

Gee, thanks, Doc.

Where do we send payment. :rolleyes:

Messier
08-02-2008, 11:56 PM
Gee, thanks, Doc.

Where do we send payment. :rolleyes:

Wow, you're ornery. Were you you there? Can you give a better analysis?

DaneMcCloud
08-03-2008, 12:13 AM
Wow, you're ornery. Were you you there? Can you give a better analysis?

Well, considering I wasn't the doctor treating him when the injury occurred, I'd say no. But I wouldn't trust his analysis, either.

Do you have a problem with that?

Or do you always trust 25 year-old non-professionals that are 75 yards away to make a diagnosis?

Messier
08-03-2008, 12:18 AM
Well, considering I wasn't the doctor treating him when the injury occurred, I'd say no. But I wouldn't trust his analysis, either.

Do you have a problem with that?

Or do you always trust 25 year-old non-professionals that are 75 yards away to make a diagnosis?

I don't have a problem with that, but you seem to have a problem with him telling what he saw, and I'd like to hear it.

DaneMcCloud
08-03-2008, 12:20 AM
I don't have a problem with that, but you seem to have a problem with him telling what he saw, and I'd like to hear it.

I think I just explained, Junior.

May your kicks always be high!

Messier
08-03-2008, 12:24 AM
I think I just explained, Junior.

May your kicks always be high!

See when you call someone Junior or son, despite their age you're putting them in a position of naiveté. Get it? And you don't have to make a point. Good ol' CP trick.

Messier
08-03-2008, 12:27 AM
Oh and I think you misunderstood. I didn't mean I'd like to hear it, as in from you, I meant his anecdote.

KCrockaholic
08-03-2008, 12:38 AM
W T F!!!!!! why!!!! this is Fuggin stupid!

CosmicPal
08-03-2008, 12:42 AM
Good thing we had two draft picks in the first round.

Oh wait. That's both of our draft picks in the first round.

Good thing we had fifty other draft picks this year.

Oh wait. Who am I kidding? :(

evolve27
08-03-2008, 12:42 AM
Why the eff is this team so injury prone? Who the hell are we hiring for training and injury prevention?

Sure-Oz
08-03-2008, 12:43 AM
I hope they both get healthy soon

not good when our 2 #1's cant stay on the practice field

KCrockaholic
08-03-2008, 12:52 AM
thats what we get for drafting two big guys in the 1st

Pneuma
08-03-2008, 12:59 AM
I wonder if all the injurys have something to do with the quality of the field?

Thig Lyfe
08-03-2008, 01:02 AM
My Dad said IF it's worse case scenario with Albert he's going to be out for 2 months or should be out for season.

My dad can outgloom your dad.

Ari Chi3fs
08-03-2008, 01:37 AM
My money is on the fact that God and Jesus don't give TWO shits about football.

Ari Chi3fs
08-03-2008, 01:37 AM
Makes that Allen trade look awesome so far...


...



For the Vikings.

ChiefsCountry
08-03-2008, 01:38 AM
I say its curse of the AFL. Chiefs havent done shit since the league was done.

Smed1065
08-03-2008, 01:47 AM
Why the eff is this team so injury prone? Who the hell are we hiring for training and injury prevention?

Injury prevention?

Yes, those guys had a week to work with the rookies. ROFL

Slackers.

RustShack
08-03-2008, 01:53 AM
Well at least we know we for sure have the #1 pick, so thats even more talent for the next year!

DT58HOF
08-03-2008, 01:56 AM
it's preseason , it means nothing as ling as Albert and Dorsey study the films and know the offense on open day in New England who cares they will be fresh and really fired up in their first real NFL game. (ONE THAT COUNTS) the preseason is just dumb!!

Rausch
08-03-2008, 02:01 AM
We're doomeded.

Lucky for us the season didn't end util August this year...

Tribal Warfare
08-03-2008, 02:15 AM
My dad can outgloom your dad.

Mine's a Doctor, who called LJ's injury point blank

DaneMcCloud
08-03-2008, 02:26 AM
Mine's a Doctor, who called LJ's injury point blank

Showoff


















:D

alanm
08-03-2008, 02:35 AM
I'd say at this point the bigger injury is Albert. The fact that he is probably out for training camp means he will not be ready for the beginning of the season. The fact that he misses out on camp means that he probably will not be ready to play this year. Our Oline had enough questions going in already.
Not sure how you can blame the strength and conditioning coach when two rookies go down. He probably hasn't had much time to even work with them. Most rookies will work on their own until they actually sign.
Oh he's going to play all right. And he's probably going to have to play his way in condition. He most likely will not start for a few games but he will start when he's ready. Croyle's life depends on it.

Mojo Rising
08-03-2008, 02:59 AM
Oh he's going to play all right. And he's probably going to have to play his way in condition. He most likely will not start for a few games but he will start when he's ready. Croyle's life depends on it.


If we are rebuilding how can we throw Croyle out there with no OL or WR help and determine if he is the man?

According to the Peter King Favre MMQB we are over $30m under the cap. It would make sense to me to sign some free agents or journeyman as depth to help Croyle to see what he can do with some talent while we build around him.

We saw what he did last year with no talent. How can he blossom this year with less support?

This is bad luck that 2 # 1's go down in tc.

It is also bad luck that we have been the lowest team on the list as far as cap room goes for years. It is also bad luck that when the new leadership of the team doesn't clean house to rebuild.

More bad luck? We didn't spend some of that extra cap room on one of the 10 (or 5) best defensive players that was already on our roster. Allen is young. The Vikes mitigated their risk with a behavior clause. Why didn't we do that?

I recently saw a post asking wher to buy LH patches. LH was a maverick and was great when focused. After he merged the AFL and won the SB he lost interest in the Chiefs and used them as cash cow to fund the next great thing. Soccer in America (thanks for tearing up the field.)

If Clark was a legitimate succesful owner he would have taken the bull by the horns long before the team was handed to him. If wasn't afforded the opprtunity, he would have made sweeping changes when he took over (Jerry Jones like in canning Landry) and put his man in charge and sending Peterson to the curb.

It could be worse. We could be Niner fans who have a kid who graduated from Notre Dame a few years ago running our team.

acesn8s
08-03-2008, 03:01 AM
MOTHERF...:banghead:

Chiefs Pantalones
08-03-2008, 03:19 AM
All I can do is laugh. And that's sad.

Smed1065
08-03-2008, 03:24 AM
It could be worse. We could be the Niners who have several rings.

LOL

acesn8s
08-03-2008, 03:24 AM
All I can do is laugh. And that's sad.
You laugh. I cry.

Mojo Rising
08-03-2008, 03:49 AM
LOL

If you read my post the comment was referring to the current state of ownership.

The Niners are in bad shape.

Smed1065
08-03-2008, 04:28 AM
If we are rebuilding how can we throw Croyle out there with no OL or WR help and determine if he is the man?

According to the Peter King Favre MMQB we are over $30m under the cap. It would make sense to me to sign some free agents or journeyman as depth to help Croyle to see what he can do with some talent while we build around him.

We saw what he did last year with no talent. How can he blossom this year with less support?

This is bad luck that 2 # 1's go down in tc.

It is also bad luck that we have been the lowest team on the list as far as cap room goes for years. It is also bad luck that when the new leadership of the team doesn't clean house to rebuild.

More bad luck? We didn't spend some of that extra cap room on one of the 10 (or 5) best defensive players that was already on our roster. Allen is young. The Vikes mitigated their risk with a behavior clause. Why didn't we do that?

I recently saw a post asking wher to buy LH patches. LH was a maverick and was great when focused. After he merged the AFL and won the SB he lost interest in the Chiefs and used them as cash cow to fund the next great thing. Soccer in America (thanks for tearing up the field.)

If Clark was a legitimate succesful owner he would have taken the bull by the horns long before the team was handed to him. If wasn't afforded the opprtunity, he would have made sweeping changes when he took over (Jerry Jones like in canning Landry) and put his man in charge and sending Peterson to the curb.

It could be worse. We could be Niner fans who have a kid who graduated from Notre Dame a few years ago running our team.

So Clark sucks because he did not rush in and start from scratch the first year after his dad passed away, or even before?

He is terrible because he wanted to see, witness and make informed decisions? Can you not see his side as well?

By successful, is that from your view or from a business point of view?

Mojo Rising
08-03-2008, 04:58 AM
So Clark sucks because he did not rush in and start from scratch the first year after his dad passed away, or even before?

He is terrible because he wanted to see, witness and make informed decisions? Can you not see his side as well?

By successful, is that from your view or from a business point of view?

Yes. I think he should have made a statement to Chiefs fans that things are going to be different. Lamar was sick for some time and Clark had shadowed Lamar for a couple of years.

You are mistaken if you think Clark woke up one day and found out he was running the Chiefs. His attendance at NFL meetings before Lamar died is well chronicled. That leads me to believe he was being groomed as the heir to the throne for some time.

My hope was that Clark would want to be the maverick that Lamar was with his Dads fortune and do great things. By keeping Carl on board until the stadium (cash cow) gets upgraded doesn't lead me to believe he is going to change the status quo.

You bring up success from a business perspective. That is my main beef with the Hunts. The only reason Carl would be so proud of his negotiating skills rather than SB rings is because of compensation.

GM's salaries are not reported so I have no evidence for my theory. However, I believe CP is compensated based on the profit margin for the team. Not wins and losses.

If I am wrong and he is compensated based on win loss record...whatever. After the 5... 20 year plan can we not shift the blame to the people that ultimately run the show? The same people that put Jack Steadman in the Ring Of Fame?

What leads you to believe that things will change? Why are we always at the bottom of the salary cap list? Why did we split PH and TG signing bonuses over 2 years?

BTW, the Niners owner was in class at Notre Dame a few years ago and he is running the show now. The Bengals owner is also pretty bad. Don't know about the Rams. This is the crowd we are hanging with now.

Smed1065
08-03-2008, 05:37 AM
I agree on some points but it would be hard for me to take over my family business in the first year and say screw what my dad did, right or wrong.

I would want to get my feet wet, experience the situation for myself before I take the "bull by the horns" and do what I think needs done based on my guts or beliefs. I would have to respect the person that made my situation even possible.

I am a fan and am "flustered" as well but the NFL is a business first, like it or not.

This is why I will wait and see and not judge Clark in the first year.

Mojo Rising
08-03-2008, 06:06 AM
I agree on some points but it would be hard for me to take over my family business in the first year and say screw what my dad did, right or wrong.

I would want to get my feet wet, experience the situation for myself before I take the "bull by the horns" and do what I think needs done based on my guts or beliefs. I would have to respect the person that made my situation even possible.

I am a fan and am "flustered" as well but the NFL is a business first, like it or not.

This is why I will wait and see and not judge Clark in the first year.

It would not be a screw my Dad attitude. Lamar has been dis-interested ever since the SB win. It is also not his first year. Lamar has been sick for a while and Clark has been involved.

Your notion of getting your feet wet is what Clark is doing and why this will fail. Name a NFL owner who has won a SB who wants to wade and cautiously to get to know what will happen.

Lamar fought to get into the NFL and we he didn't he started his own league. When asked how long he could survive while losing a million dollars a year (that was a lot back then) he said 50 referring to his dads fortune. Does that sound like wading in?

JJ canned Landry who was an icon. Kraft threatened to move the team from Foxborough to get the stadium that funded his dynasty. Debartolo spent a fortune on every luxury before the salary cap to lure the top talent.

CP is not a popular person around here. At what point does the blame shift to the person who keeps him on board?

We joke about Denver cheating the cap and losing a pick several years ago. I would like my owner to get fined for paying too much for talent. For the past several years they have been the KC Cheaps.

Smed1065
08-03-2008, 06:18 AM
I still see this as a fan point of view and not considering any other views or facts.

Maybe it is just me.

Mojo Rising
08-03-2008, 06:30 AM
I remember going to games in the 70's and seeing the Steadman Must Go t-shirts. He is now in the ring of fame.

If we are going to rebuild around Croyle we will only know if he can succeed if he has time to throw the ball and more than Bowe and TG to throw to.

Good thing we didn't risk all the money on keeping Allen. We could have been burdened with his cap hit if he had another DUI (not really because Minnesota had him agree to a behavior clause) and not been able to go get other free agents.

Wait. Under the cap.

Chicago $13.2 million
Jacksonville $13.7 million
San Diego $14.0 million
Philadelphia $18.4 million
Buffalo $19.9 million
Miami $20.9 million
New Orleans $24.2 million
Tampa Bay $26.2 million
Green Bay $32.1 million
Kansas City $36.6 million

Are you kidding me? We are supposed to be happy that they raised ticket prices for the long time ticket holders in the lower section so that the upper bowl prices can be reduced so they can avoid blackouts?

This isn't new. We have been at the bottom for years.

knowmo3
08-03-2008, 06:41 AM
It doesnt matter.... Both Albert and Dorsey's injuries are not severe, just sprains. With or without both of them this team is still going to suck.

Smed1065
08-03-2008, 06:45 AM
Rumor was he refused to sign a behavior clause with us.

Too bad we did not keep him because now we are not going to the Superbowl without him.
Business bottom lines come first.

Like you stated, we have been at the bottom for years but they have lost how much money in that time span?

There are 3 sides to every story and from the business side (not fan) quote what is broke based on their view?

I am a fan and flustured as well but I understand there is more than the fan POV.

tomahawk kid
08-03-2008, 07:07 AM
Mine's a Doctor, who called LJ's injury point blank

So - what would be best case considering Albert's age etc?

Mojo Rising
08-03-2008, 07:24 AM
Rumor was he refused to sign a behavior clause with us.

Too bad we did not keep him because now we are not going to the Superbowl without him.
Business bottom lines come first.

Like you stated, we have been at the bottom for years but they have lost how much money in that time span?

There are 3 sides to every story and from the business side (not fan) quote what is broke based on their view?

I am a fan and flustured as well but I understand there is more than the fan POV.

So you think if Allen gets a personal meeting from Clark who promises him the max contract, with provisions and that Carl is on his way out he wouldn't stay? That's not even being a maverick owner.

Are you a Hunt accountant? Why are justifying their focus on profits over SB wins? What do you see different in the new ownership?

A smart answer to your question is that it is broke. They are facing blackouts. In order to avoid them they lowered the price on the cheapest seats that they need to sell get a sell out. To offset this they raised prices for the people who have a vested interest and won't walk away from their tickets.

They are raising them on the people who suffered through Steadman (BTW, Peterson is much better than Steadman.)

If they focus on winning then they don't need to monkey around with all these ticket gimmicks.

The Pack are willing to give Favre $20mil to stay away so they can develop Rodgers. We have the money to see if Croyle is the answer and did not sign any recieving or line help to see if he is good.

With the current team Croyle will not succeed. We will be looking QB with our top 5 pick next April. He might sprain an anke next August.

But you want us to be happy because the Hunt family made a hefty profit. If ticket prices are $70 for the lower bowl, are they going to send a refund for the percentage that they are under the cap?

boogblaster
08-03-2008, 07:34 AM
Injuries are part of the game ... Most play hurt ... Money wise we're screwed, ownership in the NFL is cheesy ... Profit is it's name .....

ChiliConCarnage
08-03-2008, 08:28 AM
It'd be nice if he was good enough to make it back for a few of the preseason games.

KCChiefsMan
08-03-2008, 08:39 AM
unbelievable. Flowers is next I guess. That sucks big time, God hates the Chiefs

KCJohnny
08-03-2008, 08:43 AM
unbelievable. Flowers is next I guess. That sucks big time, God hates the Chiefs

No, God hates the arrogance and presumption of mere human beings blaming him for affecting their entertainment while the world is embroiled in so many serious crises.

If you are going to mention God, at least respect His job description.

beach tribe
08-03-2008, 08:51 AM
Yeah, I really don't think god gives a shit about the Chiefs, or any other team for that matter.

Nor do I believe he has anything to do with injuries or the outcome of games.

The Bad Guy
08-03-2008, 08:58 AM
No, God hates the arrogance and presumption of mere human beings blaming him for affecting their entertainment while the world is embroiled in so many serious crises.

If you are going to mention God, at least respect His job description.

More preaching.

Lovely.

BigMeatballDave
08-03-2008, 09:16 AM
Awesome

BigRedChief
08-03-2008, 09:29 AM
From Formerdb:


I stood four feet from Glenn Dorsey and the trainers as they worked on his knee. For the life of me, I couldn't understand why the other reporters were not trying to listen as I was. I stood just left of the camera guy for the Kansas City Fox news station. I listened in to the dialogue between Dorsey and the trainer.

Dorsey laid on the table and the trainer grabbed his left knee and took it through a series of bends to test the ligaments. The head trainer pulled Dorsey's bottom leg forward and pushed it back, then looked at his assistant and said "it's tight, it feels strong." Then he moved the leg from side-to-side, testing the other ligaments. He sensed the normal give in the knee but asked Dorsey if it hurt. Dorsey said "naw". Then Dorsey pointed to the spot where it hurt (right side of the knee which is inside). The trainer put his thumb on that spot, applied pressure and Dorsey said "right there." The trainer's eyes got big (as if to say that's all there is?), he then told Dorsey he tweaked his knee.

Based on what I saw and heard I thought it was a knee bruise, certainly not anything torn. But that's why they have MRI's, to get the true evaluation. The good news is that Dorsey walked a good distance from the field to the locker room under his own power, albeit a limp. Had it been torn inside, he would have either hobbled or been carried off on a cart. Just give him time and cheer him on as he fires it back up.

chiefqueen
08-03-2008, 10:11 AM
The good news is he walked off on his own and not on a cart.


So,,,, it seems to me a certain individual walked on a torn ACL for almost a year recently, winning several golf tournaments (w/o a cart) and a couple of majors during that time.

I woukd include his name but I'm sure nobody has heard of him.

Being able to walk does not mean the injury is not serious.

the Talking Can
08-03-2008, 10:23 AM
No, God hates the arrogance and presumption of mere human beings blaming him for affecting their entertainment while the world is embroiled in so many serious crises.

If you are going to mention God, at least respect His job description.

god hates you more than he hates carl peterson

tomahawk kid
08-03-2008, 10:23 AM
From Formerdb:


I stood four feet from Glenn Dorsey and the trainers as they worked on his knee. For the life of me, I couldn't understand why the other reporters were not trying to listen as I was. I stood just left of the camera guy for the Kansas City Fox news station. I listened in to the dialogue between Dorsey and the trainer.

Dorsey laid on the table and the trainer grabbed his left knee and took it through a series of bends to test the ligaments. The head trainer pulled Dorsey's bottom leg forward and pushed it back, then looked at his assistant and said "it's tight, it feels strong." Then he moved the leg from side-to-side, testing the other ligaments. He sensed the normal give in the knee but asked Dorsey if it hurt. Dorsey said "naw". Then Dorsey pointed to the spot where it hurt (right side of the knee which is inside). The trainer put his thumb on that spot, applied pressure and Dorsey said "right there." The trainer's eyes got big (as if to say that's all there is?), he then told Dorsey he tweaked his knee.

Based on what I saw and heard I thought it was a knee bruise, certainly not anything torn. But that's why they have MRI's, to get the true evaluation. The good news is that Dorsey walked a good distance from the field to the locker room under his own power, albeit a limp. Had it been torn inside, he would have either hobbled or been carried off on a cart. Just give him time and cheer him on as he fires it back up.

That actually sounds pretty positive.

Hopefully he's only out a week or 2.

Bwana
08-03-2008, 11:49 AM
Oh boy :shake:

Delano
08-03-2008, 12:31 PM
If you are going to mention God, at least respect His job description.

The job being a slave to his own creation?

bigfoot
08-03-2008, 12:57 PM
[QUOTE=Tribal Warfare;4886817]My Dad said IF it's worse case scenario with Albert he's going to be out for 2 months or should be out for season.[/QUOTE

Arrrrrg! That would be the pitts..............I know, I going to remain positive, and do a little praying.

Tribal Warfare
08-03-2008, 01:35 PM
So - what would be best case considering Albert's age etc?




He says 6 weeks, then he cited if he they rush him to 3 to 4 weeks he could risk in making this a chronic injury.

ilovemichaelsettle
08-04-2008, 01:53 AM
dude "HE IS GONNA BE BACK SOONNNNNNNNNN" so stop freaking out!

Chiefs=Good
08-04-2008, 02:24 AM
He says 6 weeks, then he cited if he they rush him to 3 to 4 weeks he could risk in making this a chronic injury.

How shore is he? Not disputing you, but didnt someone like Teicher report that the Chiefs say hes only a couple of weeks away...?

And yes i am aware that they may be lying, plus teicher = douche... But still...

SPchief
08-04-2008, 02:31 AM
How shore is he? Not disputing you, but didnt someone like Teicher report that the Chiefs say hes only a couple of weeks away...?

And yes i am aware that they may be lying, plus teicher = douche... But still...

He's reel shore

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 02:35 AM
How shore is he? Not disputing you, but didnt someone like Teicher report that the Chiefs say hes only a couple of weeks away...?

And yes i am aware that they may be lying, plus teicher = douche... But still...



Very sure, he told me " If you want me to say he'll be alright within a month? Yes he'll be fine and dandy, but I would be blowing smoke up your ass.."

He said it would take 6 weeks minimum for it to fully heal, without a chronic injury concern afterwards.

SPchief
08-04-2008, 03:24 AM
Awesome

Chiefs=Good
08-04-2008, 03:31 AM
Very sure, he told me " If you want me to say he'll be alright within a month? Yes he'll be fine and dandy, but I would be blowing smoke up your ass.."

He said it would take 6 weeks minimum for it to fully heal, without a chronic injury concern afterwards.

Thanks i guess... :) ... But isnt there a chance that he could have diagnosed it wrong...? Perhaps not, i guess i dont want to believe it..

SPchief
08-04-2008, 03:35 AM
Thanks i guess... :) ... But isnt there a chance that he could have diagnosed it wrong...? Perhaps not, i guess i dont want to believe it..


I diagnosed as day to day, but that was just my opinion

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 04:30 AM
Thanks i guess... :) ... But isnt there a chance that he could have diagnosed it wrong...? Perhaps not, i guess i dont want to believe it..

He hasn't seen any video of it, but many of my father's colleagues have said that he's the best at diagnosing ailments they've ever seen. With the information that was given, who knows(no video). When my dad saw the LJ injury, he called it on the spot, while everyone in here were trying to figure out the severity of it.

Chiefs=Good
08-04-2008, 04:48 AM
He hasn't seen any video of it, but many of my father's colleagues have said that he's the best at diagnosing ailments they've ever seen. With the information that was given, who knows(no video). When my dad saw the LJ injury, he called it on the spot, while everyone in here were trying to figure out the severity of it.

Thanks for the reply. I dont doubt your fathers ability, but i noticed earlier in the thread that you mentioned that he had diagnosied the LJ injury with the help of video. was just wondering if it is any different without video footage of the injury... but i guess you awnsered that...

BigRock
08-04-2008, 05:36 AM
Mine's a Doctor, who called LJ's injury point blank

Were you the guy who kept insisting that LJ had a lisfranc injury?

InChiefsHell
08-04-2008, 07:55 AM
Were you the guy who kept insisting that LJ had a lisfranc injury?

As I recall, that's correct...but my memory blows so...:spock:

Redrum_69
08-04-2008, 09:30 AM
this just in.....jared allen is apparently fine and still laughing at his replacements.

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 02:24 PM
Were you the guy who kept insisting that LJ had a lisfranc injury?



yep, and he had a variation of it too, which was why he was out. If you want the medical explanation what actually happened I could ask my father to write it down next time I see him.

dorseybowe
08-04-2008, 02:28 PM
Jesus hates us.

That makes sense because King Carl is Satan.

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 02:29 PM
That makes sense because King Carl is Satan.



I've been saying this for years

dorseybowe
08-04-2008, 02:32 PM
I've been saying this for years

We must sacrifice Damon Huard to please Zeus.

BigRock
08-04-2008, 03:44 PM
yep, and he had a variation of it too, which was why he was out.

LJ had a broken bone in his toe.

“I can’t even tell you the medical term,” Johnson said on Wednesday while attending Super Bowl activities. “The bone in my fourth toe by the joint had a slight crack in it, and it shifted a little bit.”

A broken toe is not a lisfranc injury, or a variation of one, or anything else that even resembles it. It's just a broken toe.

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 03:51 PM
LJ had a broken bone in his toe.



A broken toe is not a lisfranc injury, or a variation of one, or anything else that even resembles it. It's just a broken toe.


He didn't have a broken toe it was clearly stated it was stressed around the "mid-foot"

BigRock
08-04-2008, 05:00 PM
He didn't have a broken toe it was clearly stated it was stressed around the "mid-foot"

So LJ is wrong?

Simply Red
08-04-2008, 05:06 PM
yeah, we suck anyway. ssooo... yeah.

Mr. Flopnuts
08-04-2008, 05:07 PM
well at least we aren't over reacting

LMAO

FAX
08-04-2008, 05:09 PM
We must sacrifice Damon Huard to please Zeus.

I'm not sure pissing off Zeus is your best, all time, great idea there, Mr. dorseybowe.

FAX

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 05:14 PM
So LJ is wrong?


Okay, I'll give you the Medical term or terms when I see my dad

BigRock
08-04-2008, 05:53 PM
Okay, I'll give you the Medical term or terms when I see my dad

I'd prefer that you just give some indication that what you're saying is true. I've provided a quote where LJ specifically described his injury as a cracked bone in his toe.

In the larger quote, he spoke of how his foot was so swollen after he got injured that they didn't know what was wrong. They thought he might have a lisfranc injury, they thought he might have hurt his ankle or heel. In other words, they thought it could have been anywhere on his foot. Ultimately, it was a broken toe.

Where is the evidence to suggest that LJ is either misinformed or that he's lying, and he actually had a lisfranc injury of some sort? And nothing your dad says counts as evidence, just to get that out of the way.

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 06:00 PM
I'd prefer that you just give some indication that what you're saying is true. I've provided a quote where LJ specifically described his injury as a cracked bone in his toe.

In the larger quote, he spoke of how his foot was so swollen after he got injured that they didn't know what was wrong. They thought he might have a lisfranc injury, they thought he might have hurt his ankle or heel. In other words, they thought it could have been anywhere on his foot. Ultimately, it was a broken toe.

Where is the evidence to suggest that LJ is either misinformed or that he's lying, and he actually had a lisfranc injury of some sort? And nothing your dad says counts as evidence, just to get that out of the way.



LJ, didn't flat out say the connotation of his injury from the thee dynamics of the injury, and the video he ha strained Lis Franc joint, or a mild fracture of it.


Hey Asshole, I dont normally get mad a message board, but my dad is right on this he called on the spot when the Chiefs front office was spinning it to "week to week"

BigRock
08-04-2008, 06:31 PM
LJ, didn't flat out say the connotation of his injury from the thee dynamics of the injury, and the video he ha strained Lis Franc joint, or a mild fracture of it.

Is this written in English? Can anyone translate?

Hey Asshole, I dont normally get mad a message board, but my dad is right on this he called on the spot when the Chiefs front office was spinning it to "week to week"

MY DADDY SAID
MY DADDY SAID

I take it that the only evidence you have to support your claim is the fact that your daddy told you it was a lisfranc injury. In that case, I'm sorry to shatter this image you have of your dad as some infallible injury diagnoser, but he was wrong.

JASONSAUTO
08-04-2008, 06:36 PM
QUOTE::::MY DADDY SAID
MY DADDY SAID

I take it that the only evidence you have to support your claim is the fact that your daddy told you it was a lisfranc injury. In that case, I'm sorry to shatter this image you have of your dad as some infallible injury diagnoser, but he was wrong.[/QUOTE]

I WATCHED the interview w/lj when he gave the quote about the toe injury and to be fair he was VERY VAGUE about what had actually happened, i kind of took what he was saying live that it was under his toe which in fact COULD be a metatarsal injury which could hypothetically be a variation of lis franc

KCChiefsFan88
08-04-2008, 06:43 PM
Another nail creeps closer to Herm/Dictator Carl's coffin as 0-16 looks more and more like a reality.

Boris The Great
08-04-2008, 07:08 PM
i kind of took what he was saying live that it was under his toe which in fact COULD be a metatarsal injury which could hypothetically be a variation of lis franc

Even if he had a cracked metatarsal below the toe, that is not a lis franc injury. Lis franc injuries are very specific, they involve damage either to the ligament or the joint in the middle of the foot where the metatarsals connect to the other foot bones. I have played soccer for years and have had both injuries more than once. Both of them suck, but they are definitely different.

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 07:12 PM
QUOTE::::MY DADDY SAID
MY DADDY SAID

I take it that the only evidence you have to support your claim is the fact that your daddy told you it was a lisfranc injury. In that case, I'm sorry to shatter this image you have of your dad as some infallible injury diagnoser, but he was wrong.

I WATCHED the interview w/lj when he gave the quote about the toe injury and to be fair he was VERY VAGUE about what had actually happened, i kind of took what he was saying live that it was under his toe which in fact COULD be a metatarsal injury which could hypothetically be a variation of lis franc[/QUOTE]



Okay, DICKHEAD where did you get your doctrine from? Huh, do you have any medical background, or did you just look it up at md.com about such injuries. NEXT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

FAX
08-04-2008, 07:16 PM
To be perfectly honest, I'm not certain LJ knows the difference between a toe and a cankle.

FAX

JASONSAUTO
08-04-2008, 07:17 PM
I WATCHED the interview w/lj when he gave the quote about the toe injury and to be fair he was VERY VAGUE about what had actually happened, i kind of took what he was saying live that it was under his toe which in fact COULD be a metatarsal injury which could hypothetically be a variation of lis franc



Okay, DICKHEAD where did you get your doctrine from? Huh, do you have any medical background, or did you just look it up at md.com about such injuries. NEXT!!!!!!!!!!!!![/QUOTE]

if you read what i said i was actually sticking up for you. why call me a dickhead. read and comprehend no md.com

BigRock
08-04-2008, 07:18 PM
Okay, DICKHEAD where did you get your doctrine from? Huh, do you have any medical background, or did you just look it up at md.com about such injuries. NEXT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The guy you replied to was almost sort of agreeing with you. Take it easy.

But if you aren't going to provide any validation that LJ had a lisfranc injury, other than insisting it's true because your dad said so, then I fully echo your "NEXT!!!!!!!!!!!!!".

JASONSAUTO
08-04-2008, 07:21 PM
for some reason when i quote something it gets f***** up

Tribal Warfare
08-04-2008, 07:24 PM
The guy you replied to was almost sort of agreeing with you. Take it easy.

But if you aren't going to provide any validation that LJ had a lisfranc injury, other than insisting it's true because your dad said so, then I fully echo your "NEXT!!!!!!!!!!!!!".




There are degrees of severity of a Lis Franc's injury. Which starts at a mid-strain at the midfoot. To partial tears of ligaments up to and including fracture and compound fracture of the Lis Franc joint. If you don't understand this progession see a doctor.

JASONSAUTO
08-04-2008, 07:25 PM
thats fine but why call ME names?

FAX
08-04-2008, 08:10 PM
thats fine but why call ME names?

When a Planeteer is upset or angry, it is perfectly normal for that Planeteer to call the nearest N00b (sp?) a series of dirty names, Mr. JASONSAUTO. The idea here is to ignore the Planeteer in question or, alternatively, to offer that Planeteer a 500 word essay on the subject of "The Preferred Seasonal Method For Jiggling The Perky Tittah."

FAX

FAX
08-04-2008, 08:12 PM
Who is Lis Francs, anyhow? And why does she have a foot injury named after her? Was she some kind of crazy woman? I mean, was she famous for kicking people or nude line dancing or what?

FAX

Delano
08-04-2008, 08:13 PM
When a Planeteer is upset or angry, it is perfectly normal for that Planeteer to call the nearest N00b (sp?) a series of dirty names, Mr. JASONSAUTO. The idea here is to ignore the Planeteer in question or, alternatively, to offer that Planeteer a 500 word essay on the subject of "The Preferred Seasonal Method For Jiggling The Perky Tittah."

FAX

Ahem ... if you could get this essay completed by five tomorrow, that would be great JASONSAUTO. MMkay?

JASONSAUTO
08-04-2008, 08:50 PM
yeah screw that and screw him

FAX
08-04-2008, 08:55 PM
Well stated, Mr. JASONSAUTO. Very well stated, indeed. See, it's this kind of attitude the fabulous and talented mods and admins and super-admin-mods are looking for here on ChiefsPlanet.

When in doubt, screw.

FAX

BigRock
08-04-2008, 10:46 PM
There are degrees of severity of a Lis Franc's injury. Which starts at a mid-strain at the midfoot. To partial tears of ligaments up to and including fracture and compound fracture of the Lis Franc joint. If you don't understand this progession see a doctor.

Very nice analysis. And since LJ had none of those injuries, hopefully we're in agreement that he did not have a lisfranc injury of any sort.

InChiefsHell
08-05-2008, 06:28 AM
Ah, the pissing contests on the Planet...