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Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 07:51 AM
Reviewing the game last night I had the ill experience of shitting my pants all over again.

A lot of crap went down towards the end of the 4th....the long pass to Parrish, the TD, Cassel's shitty bounced pass.

But nothing made me :facepalm: more than Buffalo's punt return on which THREE Chiefs missed tackles. They had the ball at the 50 with 1:15 left and I was SURE we were fucked. The fact that DJ dropped an INT on the next snap only compounded the twisting knot in my gut at that point.

That was my OH SHIT moment.

Three plays later Berry had me shitting my pants in joy.

blaise
11-02-2010, 07:53 AM
I think it was that time in college when I woke up next to this girl named Tina, and then she rolled over and I saw her face.

BigMeatballDave
11-02-2010, 07:55 AM
My Oh SHit was when they tied it, because I just KNEW the Chiefs had blown the game.

Glad I was wrong.

burt
11-02-2010, 07:55 AM
When I used to bartend, we had 2 regulars. Called 'em Gretta and ReGretta. My moment was waking up to ReGretta.......

siberian khatru
11-02-2010, 07:56 AM
I had two major meltdown outbursts in the living room.

IIRC, the first was Cassel sucking near the end of regulation. I do remember cussing him out loudly for doing something Cassel-like.

The other definitely was the DJ dropped INT, because I thought for sure that was our only chance of stopping the Bills, plus the fact that DJ has dropped so many of those (interestingly, he's caught several of them, too, which just shows how good he is getting in that position).

Anyway, I acted like a complete ass in the latter part of that game.

Baconeater
11-02-2010, 07:57 AM
It's pretty hard to narrow it down to just one.

Mr. Flopnuts
11-02-2010, 07:58 AM
Being at the game I didn't hear the timeout. I just watched Lindell put it through. I sat there in disbelief. There were many other moments though.

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 07:59 AM
In fact, I was so over-shitted with joy that I was SCREAMING at Berry to fall on the ground. In the heat of the moment I thought we had the lead and Berry had just won the game for us. In a way, he did.

EyePod
11-02-2010, 07:59 AM
That ball was whipped at DJ.... I gave up on our boys at least 3 times (end of the game before the Berry pick, 1st FG attempt, and one other time Buff had the ball deep in our territory). Chan was just as bad as Weis with putting the ball in Fitz's hands. He's just about as bad as Cassel. It was a refreshing QB game.

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 08:00 AM
Being at the game I didn't hear the timeout. I just watched Lindell put it through. I sat there in disbelief. There were many other moments though.

Oh fuck, that must have been awful.

Before the first kick I was thinking "no way he makes this."

Then he made it, but I knew they called a timeout.

But then I thought "shit, he made the first one...he can make this."

DJ's left nut
11-02-2010, 08:02 AM
Mine was the TD at the end of regulation.

I knew, just absolutely knew they were going to go for 2 and get it fairly easily. Afterall, they'd run the ball down our throats for most of the 2nd half, why not just give it to Jackson to push around T-Jax and our undersized NT crew?

I still think Chan dropped the ball there.

siberian khatru
11-02-2010, 08:03 AM
Mine was the TD at the end of regulation.

I knew, just absolutely knew they were going to go for 2 and get it fairly easily. Afterall, they'd run the ball down our throats for most of the 2nd half, why not just give it to Jackson to push around T-Jax and our undersized NT crew?

I still think Chan dropped the ball there.

Interesting. Never once crossed my mind. Now that you bring it up, though, that would've been scary.

TinyEvel
11-02-2010, 08:04 AM
I going through McCarran airport just as it was heading into overtime and could not get a signal for 15 minutes, all the way through security. I was so pissed off, just cussing under my breath the whole time until I got to the gate and picked up a signal and saw that we had the ball with 2:00 left. I pretty much remember the whole last quarter through the end as an OHSHIT block of time for several reasons.

Mr. Flopnuts
11-02-2010, 08:05 AM
Oh fuck, that must have been awful.

Before the first kick I was thinking "no way he makes this."

Then he made it, but I knew they called a timeout.

But then I thought "shit, he made the first one...he can make this."

It was, but the elation that followed was sweet serenity.

DJ's left nut
11-02-2010, 08:07 AM
Interesting. Never once crossed my mind. Now that you bring it up, though, that would've been scary.

An 0-6 team in a road game when they've controlled the clock for the better part of the last half, I don't know why you wouldn't. Especially when the Chiefs had run the ball so well the whole game and had a guy like Charles, who is only ever 1 play away from FG range or the house.

I said something to the guys behind me and they were a lot like you. They didn't even think about it but were terrified about the possibility.

I exhaled audibly when they lined up for the PAT.

Like I said, I still think Gailey botched it.

Mr. Flopnuts
11-02-2010, 08:08 AM
Mine was the TD at the end of regulation.

I knew, just absolutely knew they were going to go for 2 and get it fairly easily. Afterall, they'd run the ball down our throats for most of the 2nd half, why not just give it to Jackson to push around T-Jax and our undersized NT crew?

I still think Chan dropped the ball there.

I felt like Fitzpatrick won the game for us by not taking that sack at the end of overtime. We had no timeout, if he just takes the sack we get the ball back with 30 seconds instead of almost a minute and a half. With no timeout, there is no way we can get down that fast to score.

siberian khatru
11-02-2010, 08:08 AM
Oh ****, that must have been awful.

Before the first kick I was thinking "no way he makes this."

Then he made it, but I knew they called a timeout.

But then I thought "shit, he made the first one...he can make this."

Likewise, I didn't panic when he "made" the first kick because I knew we'd called timeout.

But on the second kick, it came out wobbling sideways that I immediately thought "We blocked it!" Then it kept going and I kept expecting it to fall way short, and it wasn't until it bounced off the upright that I realized just how close that was to losing. So I didn't have time to freak, because I knew he'd missed it.

It was really weird. Whole game was bizarre.

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 08:10 AM
I felt like Fitzpatrick won the game for us by not taking that sack at the end of overtime. We had no timeout, if he just takes the sack we get the ball back with 30 seconds instead of almost a minute and a half. With no timeout, there is no way we can get down that fast to score.

Oh fuck! I didn't even think about that.

Holy shit. He really screwed the pooch.

EyePod
11-02-2010, 08:11 AM
DJ's job isn't to make INT's. He's supposed to defend passes and the run, and if he can get an INT, that's great. If he blocks a WR or TE or HB from getting the ball, then I feel like he's doing his job really well.... He was all over the field and had a great game. I can't think of a LB who regularly gets INTs.. can anyone else?

'Hamas' Jenkins
11-02-2010, 08:12 AM
An 0-6 team in a road game when they've controlled the clock for the better part of the last half, I don't know why you wouldn't. Especially when the Chiefs had run the ball so well the whole game and had a guy like Charles, who is only ever 1 play away from FG range or the house.

I said something to the guys behind me and they were a lot like you. They didn't even think about it but were terrified about the possibility.

I exhaled audibly when they lined up for the PAT.

Like I said, I still think Gailey botched it.

Herm going for 2 in SD in '08 was one of the only things he did right that year, and for similar reasons.

WilliamTheIrish
11-02-2010, 08:13 AM
The missed pass in the seam to JC. It was and 'OS' moment for two reasons:

1) In any game you have one or two chances to score quickly and have a decided advantage. Cassell f'ed that one.

2) It's an NFL throw and our guy couldn't/can't make it.

Mr. Flopnuts
11-02-2010, 08:14 AM
Oh fuck! I didn't even think about that.

Holy shit. He really screwed the pooch.

Just like you've been saying, destiny. :D

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 08:14 AM
The missed pass in the seam to JC. It was and 'OS' moment for two reasons:

1) In any game you have one or two chances to score quickly and have a decided advantage. Cassell f'ed that one.

2) It's an NFL throw and our guy couldn't/can't make it.

I really hated how the announcers defended Cassel after that.

WilliamTheIrish
11-02-2010, 08:16 AM
I really hated how the announcers defended Cassel after that.

They glossed over that play.

DJ's left nut
11-02-2010, 08:16 AM
Herm going for 2 in SD in '08 was one of the only things he did right that year, and for similar reasons.

Similar to Vermeil going for the TD as time expired against the Raiders in '05.

If you're two yards away from a win, I think you go for it.

Hog Farmer
11-02-2010, 08:16 AM
In fact, I was so over-shitted with joy that I was SCREAMING at Berry to fall on the ground. In the heat of the moment I thought we had the lead and Berry had just won the game for us. In a way, he did.

I was thinking the same thing and then realized shit , we're still tied ! Funny.

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 08:17 AM
I was thinking the same thing and then realized shit , we're still tied ! Funny.

I guess I was cheering not to lose, instead of cheering to win.

http://www.pongalong.com/beerblog/wp-content/uploads/2007/09/hermEdwards.jpg

noa
11-02-2010, 08:19 AM
Mine was when Cassel took that three yard sack on second down outside the tackles instead of just throwing the ball away. I told my wife right when that happened that we were going to lose and it was going to be his fault.

John Locke
11-02-2010, 08:26 AM
In fact, I was so over-shitted with joy that I was SCREAMING at Berry to fall on the ground. In the heat of the moment I thought we had the lead and Berry had just won the game for us. In a way, he did.

Interesting, I thought that had he not stumbled, Berry could have returned the interception for a touchdown.....end of game

Johnny

KCUnited
11-02-2010, 08:37 AM
I thought it was over after the punt return, I had to walk outside for some air.

I'm re-watching that bad boy tonight.

Stinger
11-02-2010, 08:38 AM
Being at the game I didn't hear the timeout. I just watched Lindell put it through. I sat there in disbelief. There were many other moments though.

Being in the upper bowl we saw Hailey talking to the side judge before the kick. And the ref start to run just before the snap. But the moment of impact on the 2nd kick would qualify......

For me though in overtime seeing CJ Spiller motion to the right and watching DJ shift having to cover one on one on the outside with no real over the top help. Then watching him blow past DJ with Fitzpatrick locked on immediately after the snap.... We all we saying Oh **** watching that play develop from upstairs.

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 08:43 AM
I thought it was over after the punt return, I had to walk outside for some air.


That's what watching 10 years of shitty defense will do to you, I guess.

New day.

DJ's left nut
11-02-2010, 08:51 AM
Being in the upper bowl we saw Hailey talking to the side judge before the kick. And the ref start to run just before the snap. But the moment of impact on the 2nd kick would qualify......

For me though in overtime seeing CJ Spiller motion to the right and watching DJ shift having to cover one on one on the outside with no real over the top help. Then watching him blow past DJ with Fitzpatrick locked on immediately after the snap.... We all we saying Oh **** watching that play develop from upstairs.

Yup, I remember that play.

I'm sitting there stumped that we somehow put ourselves in a position where DJ is covering Spiller.

Fortunately Spiller didn't run a go route but more of a deep slant so he was never really free of DJ. If the Bills have a more cohesive offense, Fitzpatrick sees that matchup, audibles spiller into a go route and takes his shot.

kc rush
11-02-2010, 08:55 AM
Being at the game I didn't hear the timeout. I just watched Lindell put it through. I sat there in disbelief. There were many other moments though.

At that point I was pretty well numb. Prior to that lots of things were kicked, thrown and/or yelled at.

I've already warned my wife that this is Raider week and that it would be best if she took the kids out to see a movie on Sunday.

Marcellus
11-02-2010, 09:18 AM
Face mask penalty on Vrabel.

Buehler445
11-02-2010, 09:24 AM
My Oh SHit was when they tied it, because I just KNEW the Chiefs had blown the game.

Glad I was wrong.

Yep. As AWESOME as Cassel had been [/sarcasm] I knew we were boned.

Mr. Flopnuts
11-02-2010, 09:26 AM
Face mask penalty on Vrabel.

Oh yeah. My butthole puckered up after that one.

Marcellus
11-02-2010, 09:58 AM
Oh yeah. My butthole puckered up after that one.

I figured that was pretty much the game.

Rain Man
11-02-2010, 10:02 AM
Mine was the TD at the end of regulation.

I knew, just absolutely knew they were going to go for 2 and get it fairly easily. Afterall, they'd run the ball down our throats for most of the 2nd half, why not just give it to Jackson to push around T-Jax and our undersized NT crew?

I still think Chan dropped the ball there.


Yeah, I was scared of the two-point play, too. I was relieved when I saw the kicker out there. I really think Buffalo should've gone for two given their situation.

Fritz88
11-02-2010, 10:05 AM
Reviewing the game last night I had the ill experience of shitting my pants all over again.

A lot of crap went down towards the end of the 4th....the long pass to Parrish, the TD, Cassel's shitty bounced pass.

But nothing made me :facepalm: more than Buffalo's punt return on which THREE Chiefs missed tackles. They had the ball at the 50 with 1:15 left and I was SURE we were ****ed. The fact that DJ dropped an INT on the next snap only compounded the twisting knot in my gut at that point.

That was my OH SHIT moment.

Three plays later Berry had me shitting my pants in joy.

Our special teams suck. Arenas should do better but the fuckers cover like shit.

Count Zarth
11-02-2010, 10:08 AM
Yeah, I was scared of the two-point play, too. I was relieved when I saw the kicker out there. I really think Buffalo should've gone for two given their situation.

It's amazing how other people think of other things to think about during football games, that you might not even think of at the same time.

They should really figure out a way to get people together to watch football games instead of having us all isolated watching them on TV, alone. That way we could discuss all these other things. And we could eat and drink together, too.

gblowfish
11-02-2010, 10:17 AM
DJ dropping a sure pick-six.
Cassel throwing to a triple covered Pope, almost picked.
Bowe being flipped like a coin.
Succop miss.
Lindell doink.
Fitzpatrick overthrowing wide open Spiller in OT
Succop's winning kick.

Severe loss of fingernails on Sunday...

acarter25
11-02-2010, 10:19 AM
When I saw the ball in the air to Spiller, as he had DJ beat.

Rain Man
11-02-2010, 10:21 AM
It's amazing how other people think of other things to think about during football games, that you might not even think of at the same time.

They should really figure out a way to get people together to watch football games instead of having us all isolated watching them on TV, alone. That way we could discuss all these other things. And we could eat and drink together, too.


Good idea, but it would never work. Sports are made for people to view alone.

teedubya
11-02-2010, 11:01 AM
One of my friends texted me during the final drive in Regulation by the Bills saying that he was giving up his fandom.

So, there is room on the bus for one more, apparently.

Fire Me Boy!
11-02-2010, 11:25 AM
Just now, when I found out the Chick-Fil-A opens in my building tomorrow.

Mr. Flopnuts
11-02-2010, 11:53 AM
One of my friends texted me during the final drive in Regulation by the Bills saying that he was giving up his fandom.

So, there is room on the bus for one more, apparently.

LMAO So your friend endured the shit that has gone on since Herm Edwards was hired, but couldn't stand the heat at the end of regulation last Sunday? Well, bye.

Coach
11-02-2010, 11:58 AM
I had two major meltdown outbursts in the living room.

IIRC, the first was Cassel sucking near the end of regulation. I do remember cussing him out loudly for doing something Cassel-like.

The other definitely was the DJ dropped INT, because I thought for sure that was our only chance of stopping the Bills, plus the fact that DJ has dropped so many of those (interestingly, he's caught several of them, too, which just shows how good he is getting in that position).

Anyway, I acted like a complete ass in the latter part of that game.

Ditto. My wife commented on that as well. I told her "Well, I do apologize, but dammit, those clowns in the red uniforms aren't helping the cause."

bobbything
11-02-2010, 12:01 PM
Cassel's shoulda-interception
Vrabel's 15 yarder that shoulda been a 5 yarder facemask
Every single 3rd and long conversion they Bills made
Any time they got into our territory in OT
3rd and inches, lined up in an empty back, shotgun set
The Charles overthrow (no NFL QB should ever miss that)
DJ's dropped INT
Carr's spectacular bat-down on 3rd and long
The Intentional Grounding call that took them out of field goal range in OT
The make and subsequent missed field goals by Lindel
The punt return to the 50 (seriously, Colquitt is incredibly underappreciated)
Berry's INT
Succop's golf-shot hook
Any time Cassel dropped back to pass on that final drive (he was cat shit all day until that drive, where he was nails)

Chiefless
11-02-2010, 12:10 PM
Empty backfield on 4th and 3 within field goal range.

siberian khatru
11-02-2010, 12:14 PM
Ditto. My wife commented on that as well. I told her "Well, I do apologize, but dammit, those clowns in the red uniforms aren't helping the cause."

Afterward, my wife says to me that our 11-year-old wants to know why he's not allowed to yell and scream in frustration while playing his video games, but Daddy can do it while watching football.

I had to think about that one for awhile.

Then I told the kid to shove it up his ass.

Coach
11-02-2010, 12:21 PM
Afterward, my wife says to me that our 11-year-old wants to know why he's not allowed to yell and scream in frustration while playing his video games, but Daddy can do it while watching football.

I had to think about that one for awhile.

Then I told the kid to shove it up his ass.

Would have simply said "Because Daddy can. Deal with it."

Stinger
11-02-2010, 12:22 PM
Afterward, my wife says to me that our 11-year-old wants to know why he's not allowed to yell and scream in frustration while playing his video games, but Daddy can do it while watching football.

I had to think about that one for awhile.

Then I told the kid to shove it up his ass.

LMAO LMAO LMAO

tooge
11-02-2010, 12:23 PM
When I we brought our first child home from the hospital after he was born and realized there was no nurse to take him when he cried or crapped his pants. OH SHIT!

DJ's left nut
11-02-2010, 12:28 PM
Afterward, my wife says to me that our 11-year-old wants to know why he's not allowed to yell and scream in frustration while playing his video games, but Daddy can do it while watching football.

I had to think about that one for awhile.

Then I told the kid to shove it up his ass.

At the game Sunday, the guy about 10 feet away a row down says to his kids "now the guy behind us, he's the potty mouth". Yeah, I know that's me and look over as he's looking back. He kinda sheepishly says "just joking" to which I respond "Why? that's probably about right, my bad." He says "Well, at least you taught them something" and turns back.

Then he says to them "Now this guy in front of us, he's the guy that drinks too much beer and is gonna pass out soon..."

This dude's going to get his ass kicked someday, but it was still pretty funny. My adult dogs are used to this crap, they just crash behind the couch during gamedays. Our foster puppy would high-tail the hell out of the room, run upstairs and hide under the master bedroom until my wife fished him out and he's just stay with her until the game was over.

Sports are bad for our health.

Shogun
11-02-2010, 12:31 PM
I'm only going to do recent ones.

Berrys first Interception
Moeaki's leaping 1 handed catch
Randy Moss 1 handed catch vs the Jets over Revis

Bob Dole
11-02-2010, 01:05 PM
Vrabel's 15 yarder that shoulda been a 5 yarder facemask



Ummm... :rolleyes:

kc rush
11-02-2010, 01:55 PM
Empty backfield on 4th and 3 within field goal range.

That was a WTF moment. Even if its a passing play, at least have the RB there as a decoy.

Also, for the life of me I can't figure out why we don't ever seem to run bootleg plays.

Zeke
11-02-2010, 02:20 PM
At that point I was pretty well numb. Prior to that lots of things were kicked, thrown and/or yelled at.

I've already warned my wife that this is Raider week and that it would be best if she took the kids out to see a movie on Sunday.

Shoot, I wouldn't be surprised if my wife were to ask ME to take the kids to a movie on Sunday. She hates the Raida's more than I do, me thinks.

Short Leash Hootie
11-02-2010, 02:47 PM
I forget...

how much time was left when Buffalo tied it up?

Short Leash Hootie
11-02-2010, 02:48 PM
and we had timeouts, right?

that might have been too much time to go for 2...

because not only would they have to get it, but then we'd have to play for the win rather than have the overtime hang above us...

and all we needed was a field goal...

so Chan probably kicked the point after to keep the pressure on us/Cassel not to fuck up...rather than put the pressure on his defense not to fuck up.

InChiefsHell
11-02-2010, 02:58 PM
I was in upper deck end zone on the play where Cassel overthrew the shit out of Charles. I remember watching the snap, noticing JC blowing it open, watched the throw (from my angle it looked awesome) and I was screaming "TOUCHDOWN BABY" and then...well, you all saw it. Threw my hat down on that one...

DJ's left nut
11-02-2010, 04:18 PM
and we had timeouts, right?

that might have been too much time to go for 2...

because not only would they have to get it, but then we'd have to play for the win rather than have the overtime hang above us...

and all we needed was a field goal...

so Chan probably kicked the point after to keep the pressure on us/Cassel not to **** up...rather than put the pressure on his defense not to **** up.

I believe there was less than a minute and I'm almost positive we were out of timeouts.

If they convert the 2 point, in that wind, we were boned.

crispystl420
11-02-2010, 04:31 PM
Interesting. Never once crossed my mind. Now that you bring it up, though, that would've been scary.

I text my friend "Man if they get this Chan will go for two"

LaChapelle
11-02-2010, 04:46 PM
Succup's first kick right down the middle
suddenly whips to the left

crispystl420
11-02-2010, 05:08 PM
Succup's first kick right down the middle
suddenly whips to the left

I'll say this.... the second kick for Succop was nails he had to kick that damn thing 10 yards to the right to get it to hook in.

GloryDayz
11-02-2010, 08:08 PM
Mid 80's, Central America, jungle, much anger....