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shitgoose
09-28-2010, 12:31 PM
http://fifthdown.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/09/28/are-the-3-0-chiefs-for-real/?partner=TOPIXNEWS&ei=5099

Is it safe to believe in the Chiefs?

Kansas City won 6 of 41 games entering 2010, and has already reached half that total this season. In the 1990s, Arrowhead Stadium was one of the toughest places to play: Kansas Cityís 63 home wins in the decade was one behind San Francisco. Now? Arrowhead Stadium has again become a house of horrors. The Chiefs were the biggest underdog to win in Week 1, and in Week 3 they covered by 30.5 points against the 49ers.


Itís tempting to dismiss the Chiefsí victories so far Ė one, in driving rain against San Diego and two against bottom-dwellers Cleveland and San Francisco. But the Browns held a fourth-quarter lead in Baltimore this week, and the 49ers outgained (and arguably outplayed) the defending Super Bowl champion Saints last week. At some point, a 3-0 record is a 3-0 record. Or is it?

A total of 108 teams, including three this year, have started 3-0 since 1990. But the Chiefs are just the sixth team to do so after winning no more than four games the season before. A quick review of the first five teams:

2006 Saints: The Katrina Saints went 3-13, playing without a home for the entire season. But they followed that up with one of the best off-seasons in league history, adding Coach Sean Payton, QB Drew Brees, RB Reggie Bush, RG Jahri Evans and WR Marques Colston. The Saints won their first three games, led the league in total offense and reached the N.F.C. championship game. The core of that team would help New Orleans win Super Bowl XLIV three years later.

2002 Panthers: Carolina lost its last 15 games in í01, and George Seifert hasnít coached a game since. The Panthers brought in John Fox from the Giants to replace him, and Fox has been in Charlotte ever since. The Panthers drafted Julius Peppers with the second overall pick, and he teamed with Kris Jenkins, Mike Rucker and Brentson Buckner to give Carolina one of the gameís best front four. The Panthers lost their next 8 games after their fast start, but won 4 of their last 5 in 2002 and won the N.F.C. championship game in í03.

2001 Chargers: San Diegoís offense in 2000 was so bad that Ö. Ryan Leaf was the quarterback, and the passing game was the teamís strength. San Diegoís 3.03 yards-per-carry average in í00 remains the lowest by any team in the last 15 years. In the off-season, the Chargers passed on the chance to draft Michael Vick and traded down to grab LaDainian Tomlinson. That bolstered the running game, and CB Ryan McNeil and DE Marcellus Wiley helped make the defense respectable. Doug Flutie replaced Leaf at quarterback, and took advantage of a soft schedule to guide San Diego to a 3-0 start. It turned out to be a mirage; San Diego finished the year 5-11, and didnít post a winning record until 2004.

1999 Rams: St. Louisís face-lift in 1999 would make anyone jealous. The Rams drafted WR Torry Holt, traded for RB Marshall Faulk, signed QB Trent Green and picked up OC Mike Martz. After Green went down with a knee injury in the preseason, Kurt Warner was inserted as the quarterback. Paired with LT Orlando Pace and WR Isaac Bruce, Faulk, Holt, Warner and Martz helped form the Greatest Show on Turf, one of the gameís greatest offenses. St. Louis outscored its first three opponents, 100-27, and continued to outscore just about everyone the rest of the year. The defense and special teams benefited when two second-year players, London Fletcher and Az-Zahir Hakim, took on more prominent roles. St. Louis completed the transition by winning the Super Bowl that season, after going 4-12 in 1998.

1995 Rams: The Lame Duck Rams went 4-12 in 1994, their last season in Anaheim. Jerome Bettis had a marvelous rookie season in í93 for Los Angeles, but averaged just 3.2 yards on 319 carries in 1994. QB Chris Miller struggled to complete passes (54.6%) and win games (2-8 record). Playing the first half of the 1995 season in St. Louisís Busch Stadium, the Rams got off to a 4-0 start, although only one of those wins came by more than one score. The Rams didnít commit a single turnover in the first month of the season, another sign that they might not be as good as their record. Isaac Bruce was the breakout player of the year, recording the second-most receiving yards in N.F.L. history (1,781). But five of his six biggest games came in St. Louis losses, and the Rams ended the year 7-9. One reason for the breakout year by Bruce was the addition of a new wide receivers coach in the off-season: Mike Martz.

Where does Kansas City fit into this model? In case you didnít follow their off-season moves, the Chiefs:

1) Raided the Southeastern Conferenceís all-star team, drafting S Eric Berry (Tennessee), WR/PR/KR/RB Dexter McCluster (Mississippi) and CB/KR/PR Javier Arenas (Alabama) in the first two rounds. All three have played a big part in Kansas Cityís turnaround through the first three weeks. Iowa rookie TE Tony Moeaki has 12 receptions and two touchdowns already (the video of his sensational catch Sunday is at the top of his post).

2) Took veterans from three A.F.C. rivals, signing RB Thomas Jones from the Jets, C Casey Wiegmann from the Broncos and RG Ryan Lilja from the Colts. The three have helped turn the offense into a power-rushing team when the mood strikes. To help the passing game, Kansas City brought in Charlie Weis as the offensive coordinator.

The Chiefs have used great special teams, a stingy defense and a big-play offense to get their three wins. Dexter McCluster took a punt back 94 yards for a score against the Chargers, and he and Arenas have scared opposing special-teams coaches every week. Jamaal Charles had a 56-yard touchdown run that provided a key spark against the Chargers, has had a 20+ yard reception each of the past two weeks, and is averaging an absurd 7.0 yards per carry so far. Matt Cassel threw touchdown passes of 31 yards and 45 yards to McCluster and Dwayne Bowe against the 49ers. Meanwhile, steady Thomas Jones has rushed for over 80 yards in each game this year.

As for the defense, Tamba Hali has 3.5 sacks, Brandon Flowers is becoming one of the gameís top corners, and Derrick Johnson and Glenn Dorsey are playing the way former first-round picks are supposed to play. Kansas Cityís most impressive feat to date? Holding opponents to 31 points in three games, before a garbage-time touchdown as time expired at the end of last week.

One thing, though Ö.

Last year still matters.

Yes, certain teams turn it around, but in general, 3-0 teams that have won a lot of games the previous year tend to win more games. A total of 105 teams from 1990 to 2009 started 3-0, but how they played the rest of the year was highly correlated with how they played in the prior season.

# Tms Wins Playoffs
<5 5 8.4 40%
5--7 21 9.8 62%
8 17 10.8 76%
9--10 25 11.0 92%
11--12 24 11.1 71%
>12 13 11.3 85%

The Great Jamaal Charles

Charles had one of the wildest second-half splits in league history last season, rushing for 968 yards and gaining 6.01 yards per rush in the final eight games. But to the dismay of his fantasy football owners this season, the Chiefsí coaching staff has used him as a change-of-pace back. Charles seems sure to get more carries as the season progresses, though, based on his production so far. Heís one of just 12 players since 1970 to average at least 7 yards per carry, minimum 30 carries, through his teamís first three games:

Player Year Team Rsh Yds Y/A TD
Tiki Barber 2000 NYG 41 326 7.95 4
Norm Bulaich 1971 BAL 33 261 7.91 1
Robert Smith 1997 MIN 39 308 7.90 1
Tony Dorsett 1981 DAL 56 423 7.55 1
Charlie Garner 2002 RAI 32 240 7.50 2
Correll Buckhalter 2009 DEN 31 230 7.42 1
Michael Turner 2006 SD 30 221 7.37 1
Jamal Lewis 2003 RAV 68 496 7.29 4
George Rogers 1983 NO 34 248 7.29 2
Essex Johnson 1973 CIN 47 342 7.28 2
Tony Collins 1983 NE 43 312 7.26 3
Jamaal Charles 2010 KC 34 238 7.00 1

KCUnited
09-28-2010, 12:34 PM
Nope, this has all been a Priest Holmes dream.

AdamAndrew
09-28-2010, 12:37 PM
Chiefs are legit this year. But their schedule that isn't as difficult as others surely helps.

Hug it Out Dan
09-28-2010, 12:46 PM
Well, they're real people.

They play a real sport. There's real contact and hitting.

They play in a real stadium.

REAL people come to watch the team.

Yep, I'd say they're pretty real to me.

ChiefaRoo
09-28-2010, 12:48 PM
If they beat Indy I will profess my love to Haley and will beg him to tell me to fuck off. Then I will ask him to autograph the wife's boobs.

chiefs1okie
09-28-2010, 12:51 PM
If they beat Indy I will profess my love to Haley and will beg him to tell me to **** off. Then I will ask him to autograph the wife's boobs.

You need to have a talk with the wife. Word around here is that he not only autographed, but tatooed them ta-tas ROFL

ChiefaRoo
09-28-2010, 12:53 PM
You need to have a talk with the wife. Word around here is that he not only autographed, but tatooed them ta-tas ROFL

If he wins the bowl he can do .......

Reerun_KC
09-28-2010, 12:53 PM
For Real?

Well the record is for real... But this is a young, young team... Who know where it will go from here.

But you cant help but be excited about the direction of this franchise and the way the team is playing right now. Again, who knows how the season will play out, but the future in KC is bright!!!

Frazod
09-28-2010, 12:58 PM
The biggest difference this year is the quality of our coaching. Even our good teams of the 90s/early 00s had Achilles' heel fucktard coaches (Raye, Stock, Robinson, Gunther II, Marty in the Playoffs, etc.). I like to think the current group would be smart enough to cut Elliot, start Gannon over Grbac, or have Greg Robinson quietly killed, sealed in a barrel and dumped into the Missouri River.

Coogs
09-28-2010, 12:59 PM
Week 3 they covered by 30.5 points against the 49ers.

Dude must have turned off his TV with 3 seconds remaining.

Hug it Out Dan
09-28-2010, 01:32 PM
Dude must have turned off his TV with 3 seconds remaining.

If I was SF GM I would have fired Singletary after that game.

Seriously I would have.

Why....WHY would you call 3 TO's in the last min or so when you're down
31-3??? What on earth makes anyone think you can come back? You're risking someone getting injured just so you can "end the game with something positive". And waddya know, the last play of the game one of their WR's got hurt. Don't know the extent, I think he ended up being ok, but after seeing that, I would've fired his ass.

It was almost like a few yrs back we played STL Rams and were winning 31-14 and it was the last play of the game, instead of Bulger taking the knee, Scott Linehan thought it would be a good idea to thrown one last long ball to Kevin Curtis. We played a shell 2-deep zone and Sammie Knight waited and was lickin' his chops and he just completely destroyed Curtis on the last play. Shit like that should get some of these HC's fired on the fucking spot.

B_Ambuehl
09-28-2010, 01:43 PM
The defense is semi-legit but the offense has been getting by on gimmicks. The O-line can't blow anybody off the ball consistently in the power game, Cassell isn't a dropback passer, and without all the high school type misdirection stuff they would have nothing. Wanna see what the offense is apt to look like in week 10 go back and watch them play against a team that had all offseason to study them - week 1 againt S.D. Sooner or later teams will figure it out and the Chiefs offense/Cassell will implode, just like McDouche's 6-0 offense imploded last year in Denver.

OctoberFart
09-28-2010, 01:45 PM
It is a fluke. KC is riding getting all the breaks and playing a poor Cleveland team, a san diego team that has always been Norv'd early in the year and an imploding SF team. KC will be like the donkeys last year once the breaks quit going on their way and they get away from camarohead.

DMAC
09-28-2010, 01:46 PM
It is a fluke. KC is riding getting all the breaks and playing a poor Cleveland team, a san diego team that has always been Norv'd early in the year and an imploding SF team. KC will be like the donkeys last year once the breaks quit going on their way and they get away from camarohead.Three missed field goals?

How the fuck do miss that last one? ROFL

Fuckin ouch.

OctoberFart
09-28-2010, 01:51 PM
Three missed field goals?

How the **** do miss that last one? ROFL

****in ouch.

Shit happens he was probably partying all night in Scottsdale and got some strange pussy and mixed her drink up with his and drugged himself. Still doesn't change that KC is a pretender though. Winning on trick plays and kick returns will end.

Frazod
09-28-2010, 01:51 PM
It is a fluke. KC is riding getting all the breaks and playing a poor Cleveland team, a san diego team that has always been Norv'd early in the year and an imploding SF team. KC will be like the donkeys last year once the breaks quit going on their way and they get away from camarohead.

Luckily we've got two guaranteed wins against an imploding Chokeland team, then.

Hey, your mom called, she's out of crack.

Reerun_KC
09-28-2010, 01:52 PM
Three missed field goals?

How the **** do miss that last one? ROFL

****in ouch.

That was obviously missed on purpose.


Talk about throwing a game...

ChiefaRoo
09-28-2010, 01:56 PM
Shit happens he was probably partying all night in Scottsdale and got some strange pussy and mixed her drink up with his and drugged himself. Still doesn't change that KC is a pretender though. Winning on trick plays and kick returns will end.

JUST STAY DOWN BIATCH!

Brock
09-28-2010, 01:58 PM
The defense is semi-legit but the offense has been getting by on gimmicks. The O-line can't blow anybody off the ball consistently in the power game, Cassell isn't a dropback passer, and without all the high school type misdirection stuff they would have nothing. Wanna see what the offense is apt to look like in week 10 go back and watch them play against a team that had all offseason to study them - week 1 againt S.D. Sooner or later teams will figure it out and the Chiefs offense/Cassell will implode, just like McDouche's 6-0 offense imploded last year in Denver.

Yeah. Unless this is like your "Cleveland by 10+" prediction.

DMAC
09-28-2010, 01:58 PM
Shit happens he was probably partying all night in Scottsdale and got some strange pussy and mixed her drink up with his and drugged himself. Still doesn't change that KC is a pretender though. Winning on trick plays and kick returns will end.I honestly hope we are both competitive so that it will come down to the last game of the year for the division. That is fun shit...especially for us ending your season officially. See ya then!

threebag02
09-28-2010, 02:14 PM
Shit happens he was probably partying all night in Scottsdale and got some strange pussy and mixed her drink up with his and drugged himself. Still doesn't change that KC is a pretender though. Winning on trick plays and kick returns will end.

Maybe some dude slipped Sebass a little mickey. To him back to his pad, tied him up and then someone dressed like batman jumped out of the closet and tore his ASS up all night. Te next day Sebass was afraid to lift his leg that high in fear that his guts would fall out.

Contrarian
09-28-2010, 02:16 PM
The defense is semi-legit but the offense has been getting by on gimmicks. The O-line can't blow anybody off the ball consistently in the power game, Cassell isn't a dropback passer, and without all the high school type misdirection stuff they would have nothing. Wanna see what the offense is apt to look like in week 10 go back and watch them play against a team that had all offseason to study them - week 1 againt S.D. Sooner or later teams will figure it out and the Chiefs offense/Cassell will implode, just like McDouche's 6-0 offense imploded last year in Denver.

You sir............are a total moron.

threebag02
09-28-2010, 02:25 PM
The act of farting cum bubbles---an AutumnWind.

PunkinDrublic
09-28-2010, 03:00 PM
It is a fluke. KC is riding getting all the breaks and playing a poor Cleveland team, a san diego team that has always been Norv'd early in the year and an imploding SF team. KC will be like the donkeys last year once the breaks quit going on their way and they get away from camarohead.

Hey Summers Eve what hours are the Oakland public library open so I know when you or someone else from the faider nation is going to be online talking smack? Maybe I shouldn't be referring to people of your ilk as faider nation because that implies that you are capable of selling out your stadium and not having games blacked out.

Detoxing
09-28-2010, 03:03 PM
The defense is semi-legit but the offense has been getting by on gimmicks. The O-line can't blow anybody off the ball consistently in the power game, Cassell isn't a dropback passer, and without all the high school type misdirection stuff they would have nothing. Wanna see what the offense is apt to look like in week 10 go back and watch them play against a team that had all offseason to study them - week 1 againt S.D. Sooner or later teams will figure it out and the Chiefs offense/Cassell will implode, just like McDouche's 6-0 offense imploded last year in Denver.

Cool. So now I know to never take any of your posts seriously.

you have no fucking clue what you're talking about. Just talking out of your ass.

I wish you knew how stupid you sound. You'd be embarrassed.

PunkinDrublic
09-28-2010, 03:12 PM
To say that our offense relied on trick plays is beyond moronic. How do you explain the fact that we were able to consistantly run the ball for 4-6 yards on first down and managed for the most part, to stay out of 3rd and long situations. If we happened to score on a gadget who cares? That's more of a sign that our OC noticed a weakness in the defense and took advantage. An incapacitated Charlie Weiss is still smarter than the entire faider coaching staff.

B_Ambuehl
09-28-2010, 05:07 PM
Cool. So now I know to never take any of your posts seriously.

you have no ****ing clue what you're talking about. Just talking out of your ass.

I wish you knew how stupid you sound. You'd be embarrassed.

I'll be sure to bump this back up when the season implodes. We'll see if you're still as full of swagger then.

The Bad Guy
09-28-2010, 05:11 PM
The defense is semi-legit but the offense has been getting by on gimmicks. The O-line can't blow anybody off the ball consistently in the power game, Cassell isn't a dropback passer, and without all the high school type misdirection stuff they would have nothing. Wanna see what the offense is apt to look like in week 10 go back and watch them play against a team that had all offseason to study them - week 1 againt S.D. Sooner or later teams will figure it out and the Chiefs offense/Cassell will implode, just like McDouche's 6-0 offense imploded last year in Denver.

Yes, the #1 rushing attack can't blow anyone off the ball.

God, you make me want to rip my eyes out. Fucking stupid asshole.

The Bad Guy
09-28-2010, 05:13 PM
I love how the Broncos model last year is now being used to any team that has a turnaround.

Yes, it's not like a horrible team ever turned around in one year.

PGM
09-28-2010, 05:15 PM
Another trainwreck B_Ambuehl post....surprise, surprise.

B_Ambuehl
09-29-2010, 12:40 AM
Yes, the #1 rushing attack can't blow anyone off the ball.

God, you make me want to rip my eyes out. ****ing stupid asshole

You didnt read the second part of that sentence. I said they don't blow people off the ball in the POWER game. Lead Iso, 26 power etc. Wiegmann and Lilja are finesse players and the tackles aren't anything spectacular. The chiefs are primarily a stretch/misdirection/draw oriented running attack. They're pretty good at it but there are limitations to it. It mainly works because it leads to missed assignments by the defense. The way the chiefs run it is fairly unique so it'll take some time for defenses to adapt. But defenses typically do figure out assignment oriented stuff in this league.

That's not to say the runners can't make an oline look good, which Charles is really good at doing, but that's different than having a rushing attack where the Oline makes any back look good.

Contrast that to the rushing attack under DV. It didn't matter who was running the ball and whether defenses knew the assignment and played it correctly or not because the chiefs had 4 big horses and a fullback that would dominate the men in front of them all day.

Douche Baggins
09-29-2010, 12:43 AM
Go watch that 4th and 1 in the 49ers game.

The right side of the line came off the ball and pushed SF's shit in.

Barry Richardson is a load.

Not saying this group is the be-all, end-all of power blocking, but they're not strictly finesse.

BCD
09-29-2010, 12:51 AM
B_Ambuehl is a fucking buzzkill. GFY, dude...

KC Tattoo
09-29-2010, 01:02 AM
You didnt read the second part of that sentence. I said they don't blow people off the ball in the POWER game. Lead Iso, 26 power etc. Wiegmann and Lilja are finesse players and the tackles aren't anything spectacular. The chiefs are primarily a stretch/misdirection/draw oriented running attack. They're pretty good at it but there are limitations to it. It mainly works because it leads to missed assignments by the defense. The way the chiefs run it is fairly unique so it'll take some time for defenses to adapt. But defenses typically do figure out assignment oriented stuff in this league.

That's not to say the runners can't make an oline look good, which Charles is really good at doing, but that's different than having a rushing attack where the Oline makes any back look good.

Contrast that to the rushing attack under DV. It didn't matter who was running the ball and whether defenses knew the assignment and played it correctly or not because the chiefs had 4 big horses and a fullback that would dominate the men in front of them all day.


65 toss power trap

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Tuckdaddy
09-29-2010, 07:31 AM
Until we beat a team that's really good we are not for real.

threebag02
09-29-2010, 09:25 AM
Chargers and 49ers were picked to finish first in their division in some circles.

Rausch
09-29-2010, 09:34 AM
Until we beat a team that's really good we are not for real.

We AREN'T for real.

We weren't supposed to be for real.

This is year two in a complete rebuild from the ground up.

We SHOULD be competitive by year 2. This isn't ahead or behind, a 7-9 to 9-7 season should be the fucking expectation.

It no longer takes a decade to build a team. It didn't take a decade to build the last four SB winners.

It was not my prediction or anyone else's going in to this season but that mostly means we predicted the management/coaching to fail.

So far, they haven't...

Sweet Daddy Hate
09-29-2010, 10:01 AM
The biggest difference this year is the quality of our coaching. Even our good teams of the 90s/early 00s had Achilles' heel fucktard coaches (Raye, Stock, Robinson, Gunther II, Marty in the Playoffs, etc.). I like to think the current group would be smart enough to cut Elliot, start Gannon over Grbac, or have Greg Robinson quietly killed, sealed in a barrel and dumped into the Missouri River.

This. I can forgive some of Pioli's fucktardery since he knows how to bring the right personnel in to make his fucktardery work.

B_Ambuehl
09-29-2010, 11:17 AM
People here seem to be giving way too much credit to the strength of San Francisco. They were hyped up all offseason but were only 8-8 last year and finished nearly dead last in the NFL in yards per carry despite being known as a physical power football team.

The Houston game should be a lot more telling as far as where this team is at on the defensive side of the ball.

The Poz
09-29-2010, 12:04 PM
Trent know it.

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Sweet Daddy Hate
09-29-2010, 06:15 PM
Trent know it.

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Me like.

Halfcan
09-29-2010, 06:34 PM
I think we can run all over the losey Colts d. They are near the bottom. We should just run it down their thoats and keep their offense off the field.

tonyetony
09-29-2010, 06:44 PM
I'll be sure to bump this back up when the season implodes. We'll see if you're still as full of swagger then.

All I have to say is fuck you douchebag.........If this season doesn't turn out the way you have it planned out in your fantasies then you should be loosening up your ass with a Louis-berg Slugger because I am bringing this thread back and ramming it home like you are Freddy Mercury picking dandelions.

Halfcan
09-29-2010, 06:48 PM
All I have to say is **** you douchebag.........If this season doesn't turn out the way you have it planned out in your fantasies then you should be loosening up your ass with a Louis-berg Slugger because I am bringing this thread back and ramming it home like you are Freddy Mercury picking dandelions.

STFU :shake: :doh!: ROFL

Douche Baggins
09-29-2010, 06:56 PM
you should be loosening up your ass with a Louis-berg Slugger because I am bringing this thread back and ramming it home

Accept no substitutes:

http://www.bplowestprices.com/images/P/MLB125BCB.jpg

Simply Red
09-29-2010, 07:05 PM
It is a fluke. KC is riding getting all the breaks and playing a poor Cleveland team, a san diego team that has always been Norv'd early in the year and an imploding SF team. KC will be like the donkeys last year once the breaks quit going on their way and they get away from camarohead.

ROFL You always make me smile. ... poker?

B_Ambuehl
09-29-2010, 09:20 PM
All I have to say is **** you douchebag.........If this season doesn't turn out the way you have it planned out in your fantasies then you should be loosening up your ass with a Louis-berg Slugger because I am bringing this thread back and ramming it home like you are Freddy Mercury picking dandelions.

Fair enough. I'll be happy to eat crow if the trend stays intact. I'm sure you'll sleep well at night knowing the success of the team rests comfotably on the right arm of Matt ****ing Cassell.

OctoberFart
11-09-2010, 11:04 AM
Luckily we've got two guaranteed wins against an imploding Chokeland team, then.

Hey, your mom called, she's out of crack.

You up in the night.

B_Ambuehl
11-15-2010, 10:31 AM
Yall still think this rushing offense is legit?

InChiefsHell
11-15-2010, 10:34 AM
Yall still think this rushing offense is legit?

Yes. We didn't get a chance to use it yesterday.

OctoberFart
11-16-2010, 09:32 AM
It is a fluke. KC is riding getting all the breaks and playing a poor Cleveland team, a san diego team that has always been Norv'd early in the year and an imploding SF team. KC will be like the donkeys last year once the breaks quit going on their way and they get away from camarohead.

Hmm interesting.

DieChief
11-16-2010, 09:34 AM
HA! I'm going with........................NO

Priest31kc
11-16-2010, 10:09 AM
Yall still think this rushing offense is legit?

Ummm yes. You dont rush for 190 yds per game thru the first 7 games and just all of a sudden suck ass. We're struggling right now, defenses have made some adjustments, now it's our turn. No one is going to run for 150+ yards every game JFC....Plus, we never even had a chance to run the ball last week.

We'll run all over the Cardinals this week.

Tribal Warfare
11-16-2010, 11:40 AM
Ummm yes. You dont rush for 190 yds per game thru the first 7 games and just all of a sudden suck ass. We're struggling right now, defenses have made some adjustments, now it's our turn. No one is going to run for 150+ yards every game JFC....Plus, we never even had a chance to run the ball last week.

We'll run all over the Cardinals this week.

they'll stack 9 in the box, and make Cassel beat them.

Sweet Daddy Hate
11-16-2010, 05:57 PM
they'll stack 9 in the box, and make Cassel beat them.

This. The recepie has been discovered, and we'd better get ready for one long-assed cook-off.

I love it. MAKE that motherfucker earn his salt if he can. Which I highly fucking doubt. Let the heads roll.

Douche Baggins
11-16-2010, 06:03 PM
we'd better get ready for one long-assed cook-off.

It's Derek Anderson vs Matt Cassel.

It's a cock-off.

Mr. Laz
11-16-2010, 06:10 PM
the recipe is more than just 8/9 in the box ... teams tried that and it didn't work because of our sweeps and weird draw plays we run.

it's 8 in the box WITH outside run contain

1. force our OT's to hold up against and outside rush
2. force our WR's to win quickly
3. force our QB to survey the entire field and find the open receiver

all 3 points are a weakness of this team

our tackles struggle with speed to the outside, our WR's don't have any speed and our QB struggles with finding his secondary receivers.

Mr. Laz
11-21-2010, 03:13 PM
It's Derek Anderson vs Matt Cassel.

It's a cock-off.

Cassel clearly has the bigger cock