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Bwana
10-17-2010, 04:48 PM
Yeah, Yeah we lost, but the team has improved A LOT from the last few years. We are still the top dog in the AFC West and I think we're going to win it. I like Haley's style (most of the time) and it makes for watching some exciting football. The only reason the game today had any sting, is we were in it all the way and had a good shot at winning it. If we would have played this team last year, they would have blown us out by 30 points.

Next week we get back to our winning ways at Arrowhead, bank on it.

On a side note, I hit the weights and heavy bag after the game and I feel like a new man. :D

Keep your heads up and GO CHIEFS!
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BigMeatballDave
10-17-2010, 04:49 PM
I think most of us had them losing this game at the beginning of the season.

What sucks is we could have won.

Fish
10-17-2010, 04:50 PM
Amen. We're good. Chill...

siberian khatru
10-17-2010, 04:51 PM
I agree. That's why this loss sucks so bad. We were this close.

Big picture: Arrow pointing up! Today's snapshot: Aaaaarrrrrggh.

Jerm
10-17-2010, 04:52 PM
Next two games are very winnable...we should be 5-2.

Blowing a 10 pt. lead just sucks...we should've won the game today.

Bwana
10-17-2010, 04:55 PM
I think most of us had them losing this game at the beginning of the season.

What sucks is we could have won.

Yes and yes, but we are still in the drivers seat and the gas pedal will hit the floor again next week at Arrowhead. :thumb: I may just get a wild hair and fly out there myself to make sure. :hmmm:

Guru
10-17-2010, 05:01 PM
I think most of us had them losing this game at the beginning of the season.

What sucks is we could have won.

Yep. That is all that makes it hard for me. I expected to lose, but knowing we could have won it does hurt.

Bwana
10-17-2010, 06:02 PM
Update: Thanks to Oak, Den and SD being so kind, we are still in REALLY great shape. I tip my hat to those three teams!

CHIEFS!

Bane
10-17-2010, 06:05 PM
Next two games are very winnable...we should be 5-2.

Blowing a 10 pt. lead just sucks...we should've won the game today.

Yes very Herm like,but lets hope they get that shit in check during the week.We still should have scored 10 more points and then it wouldn't have been an issue.:D

NewChief
10-17-2010, 06:05 PM
No shit. I'm not saying that the Chiefs are going to the Superbowl... but holy cow. What an improvement over the Herm disaster. This franchise's stock is rising.

BigCatDaddy
10-17-2010, 06:14 PM
Gosh, I hate to be drinking the homer KoolAid, but looking at our remaining schedule 11-5 is a real possibility and 10-6 if we hit a bump. What's even better is I'm not so sure 8 wins doesn't win this hell hole of a division.

luv
10-17-2010, 06:19 PM
I felt much better watching everyone else in the AFC West lose to lesser teams.

JD10367
10-17-2010, 06:21 PM
I felt much better watching everyone else in the AFC West lose to lesser teams.

Raiders lost to Niners: check.

Chargers lost to Rams: check.

Broncos lost to Jets: um... I hate to say it, since I'm a Patriots fan and hate them, but the Jets aren't a lesser team. Annoying little fuckers just refuse to lose.

FAX
10-17-2010, 06:37 PM
This Chiefs team is for real.

But, the really good news is that we are only going to get better. We're extremely young at key positions.

This was a heartbreaking loss (thanks refs), but I can't remember being this encouraged after a defeat ... not for a long, long time.

Keep working on the defense, Romeo. And Weis, you run Casspipe's ass out of town and we'll be competitive for years.

FAX

FAX
10-17-2010, 06:37 PM
This Chiefs team is for real.

But, the really good news is that we are only going to get better. We're extremely young at key positions.

This was a heartbreaking loss (thanks refs), but I can't remember being this encouraged after a defeat ... not for a long, long time.

Keep working on the defense, Romeo. And Weis, you run Casspipe's ass out of town and we'll be competitive for years.

FAX

keg in kc
10-17-2010, 07:05 PM
This is a real hard game to deal with emotionally. Talk about a glass that is both half empty and half full. On one hand the entire division lost, so we didn't lose any ground. But at the same time we wasted an enormous golden opportunity to gain some extremely important ground, and an opportunity to do it *away from Arrowhead*. I really hope we don't regret this one as much as I think we might a couple of months from now. Maybe in the end it won't matter, and 8 or 9 games will win the division. I certainly don't think we'd be in the mix for a bye or anything like that, but man-oh-man this could have been such an enormous victory...

(And on the glass half full side, at least I can still realistically talk about the division race in mid-October...)

luv
10-17-2010, 07:09 PM
Raiders lost to Niners: check.

Chargers lost to Rams: check.

Broncos lost to Jets: um... I hate to say it, since I'm a Patriots fan and hate them, but the Jets aren't a lesser team. Annoying little fuckers just refuse to lose.

Two out of three. My bad.

EyePod
10-17-2010, 07:10 PM
This Chiefs team is for real.

But, the really good news is that we are only going to get better. We're extremely young at key positions.

This was a heartbreaking loss (thanks refs), but I can't remember being this encouraged after a defeat ... not for a long, long time.

Keep working on the defense, Romeo. And Weis, you run Casspipe's ass out of town and we'll be competitive for years.

FAX

Is there any way that Weis is doing this on purpose to us on 3rd and short? Putting the game in Cassel's hands continually? There were rumors that he really wanted Clausen during the draft.... Maybe he keeps doing it and says, look, it's not my fault that the QB didn't execute on these key plays when I put the ball in his hands. Find me a better damn QB!

kysirsoze
10-17-2010, 07:15 PM
Is there any way that Weis is doing this on purpose to us on 3rd and short? Putting the game in Cassel's hands continually? There were rumors that he really wanted Clausen during the draft.... Maybe he keeps doing it and says, look, it's not my fault that the QB didn't execute on these key plays when I put the ball in his hands. Find me a better damn QB!

I'd hate to think he's sacrificing immediate success for the chance to get another QB. I think Cassel will continue to prove himself inadequate with or without Weis's help. If Weis was doing what you theorize, that would indicate a pretty startling lack of competitive nature for an NFL coach.

EyePod
10-17-2010, 07:20 PM
This is a real hard game to deal with emotionally. Talk about a glass that is both half empty and half full. On one hand the entire division lost, so we didn't lose any ground. But at the same time we wasted an enormous golden opportunity to gain some extremely important ground, and an opportunity to do it *away from Arrowhead*. I really hope we don't regret this one as much as I think we might a couple of months from now. Maybe in the end it won't matter, and 8 or 9 games will win the division. I certainly don't think we'd be in the mix for a bye or anything like that, but man-oh-man this could have been such an enormous victory...

(And on the glass half full side, at least I can still realistically talk about the division race in mid-October...)

It hurts more cause we're in the driver's seat when we weren't expecting to be. I was hoping for 1 win out of the first 5 before the beginning of the season.

I figured maybe 2 if we beat SD, but I wasn't thinking we would. I thought we would lose to SF, Indy, and Houston, and I wasn't even positive about the Browns being a win.

We really did come out of the gates flying, which we have to be proud of. Let's just turn this quarter around and go 3-1 again. Jacksonville, Buffalo, and Raiders are the next in our sights.

BigRedChief
10-17-2010, 07:29 PM
Week 6 in the NFL, we have a 2 game lead on all the other teams in the AFC West. :clap: No frikking way anyone on this board thought that would happen before the season started. Life ain't so bad for us Chief fans in 2010.

EyePod
10-17-2010, 07:31 PM
Week 6 in the NFL, we have a 2 game lead on all the other teams in the AFC West. :clap: No frikking way anyone on this board thought that would happen before the season started. Life ain't so bad for us Chief fans in 2010.

Yep. This loss still blows. At least I'm being pissed cause we were in it and not cause Herm just sucked as a coach and we only ran/ran/pass/punted all the time...

Otter
10-17-2010, 07:35 PM
I concur.

This team has come a long ass way since sperm edwards and the carl peterson carnival.

You're getting spoiled to win. Think about that. This is good times you ****ing savages! We're witnessing good. :rockon:

Epic Fail 007
10-17-2010, 07:38 PM
the game today was fixed that was 1 of the worst calls ever,as if the nfl picked the winner...hmmmmmmmmm/cause that was a push off

Bwana
10-17-2010, 07:39 PM
I concur.

This team has come a long ass way since sperm edwards and the carl peterson carnival.

You're getting spoiled to win. Think about that. This is good times you ****ing savages! We're witnessing good. :rockon:

:LOL:

Bwana
10-17-2010, 07:41 PM
the game today was fixed that was 1 of the worst calls ever,as if the nfl picked the winner...hmmmmmmmmm/cause that was a push off

It was a bad call, but shit happens. We're back at Arrowhead next week for the win.

mnchiefsguy
10-17-2010, 09:11 PM
I agree. I figured this team would be 2-3 or 3-2 after this game, and while I am disappointed in the loss, we are still in a good position. However, the next two home games are now much more critical, we need to win both or the season may begin to fall into a serious tailspin.

FAX
10-17-2010, 09:14 PM
I agree. I figured this team would be 2-3 or 3-2 after this game, and while I am disappointed in the loss, we are still in a good position. However, the next two home games are now much more critical, we need to win both or the season may begin to fall into a serious tailspin.

Never fear. I have kidnapped a hot chick, blindfolded her ass, and forced her to pray to Aqua Buddha. That always works.

FAX

ClevelandBronco
10-17-2010, 09:31 PM
I have to admit that this Chiefs team is quite a bit better than I thought they'd be at this point. I'm not looking forward to the game at Melonhead.

johnny961
10-17-2010, 09:56 PM
It hurts more cause we're in the driver's seat when we weren't expecting to be. I was hoping for 1 win out of the first 5 before the beginning of the season.

I figured maybe 2 if we beat SD, but I wasn't thinking we would. I thought we would lose to SF, Indy, and Houston, and I wasn't even positive about the Browns being a win.

We really did come out of the gates flying, which we have to be proud of. Let's just turn this quarter around and go 3-1 again. Jacksonville, Buffalo, and Raiders are the next in our sights.

Pretty good summary. We're by no means in panic mode. These last two losses have just been tough because both games were well within our reach.

johnny961
10-17-2010, 09:58 PM
This is a real hard game to deal with emotionally. Talk about a glass that is both half empty and half full. On one hand the entire division lost, so we didn't lose any ground. But at the same time we wasted an enormous golden opportunity to gain some extremely important ground, and an opportunity to do it *away from Arrowhead*. I really hope we don't regret this one as much as I think we might a couple of months from now. Maybe in the end it won't matter, and 8 or 9 games will win the division. I certainly don't think we'd be in the mix for a bye or anything like that, but man-oh-man this could have been such an enormous victory...


(And on the glass half full side, at least I can still realistically talk about the division race in mid-October...)

Agreed.

|Zach|
10-17-2010, 10:34 PM
In complete agreement Bwana.

Oh Snap
10-17-2010, 11:00 PM
It sucked seeing our defense get embarrassed today. that has been one of the bright spots for this team so far this year on a consistent basis.

However, I cannot help but think a game like this was inevitable, and necessary. Necessary because games like this build character. How will the team respond next week? What all will have been learned from a game like this? Im hoping we unleash the dogs on the jaguars next week! Last time we had a game at arrowhead, we thumped the 9ers. Lets make that a repeat performance against the jags!

Goddamn, I feel like the bye week really fucked up the momentum this team had going for it.

ILikeBigTiddys
10-17-2010, 11:01 PM
AFC west is so horrible its not even funny