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gblowfish
12-09-2012, 04:32 PM
Ten Things About Today's Game

10. I'm not going to dwell on this one. Here's why: Yesterday, my wifey directed a free Children's play for a bunch of little kids. The show is held every year in a library in a small Missouri river town. The kids show up, most are between the ages of four and eight. They get to see Santa and get free candy, and there's a drawing for free toys. Most of these kids are from dirt poor families, and they were so happy to see Santa and get a bag of free candy. A lot of these kids literally get nothing or next to nothing for Christmas. There was a morning and afternoon show, both shows were full. I help out with the heavy lifting. The smiling faces on the kids make all the hassle worth it. I kept thinking after yesterday's shows that nothing that would happen today could ruin my yesterday. And I didn't let it. Now that it's December, I've become impervious to Chiefs pain. I saw exactly what I expected to see today, a post-funeral mail in letdown game. A complete sleepwalk. A complete French Surrender Monkey embarrassment festival.

9. I have a running joke with my friend Gary. Seems like every time I go over to his house in Lee's Summit to watch the game, the Chiefs get killed. Not just beat, but killed. I was running a little late. Charles breaks the very first play of the game for 80 yards and a TD while I'm pulling into his driveway. I get out of my car, go in Gary's house, Cleveland scores 30 unanswered points. So blame today on my bad luck at Gary's house. We need an exorcist.

8. For the next year, the Chiefs have no right to make fun of any other NFL fans. None. Not the Raiders, or Cleveland, or Jacksonville, or Dallas, or anybody. We ARE the joke. If you don't believe that, you're delusional.

7. How does Charlie Brown Brian Daboll get NFL employment? Today Cleveland has twice as many first downs. Chiefs had 180 yards rushing -80 of that on the first play of the game. Chiefs averaged five yards per pass play, and Quinn was sacked five times and had a pick. Here's the stat that kills me: On third and fourth down, KC was one for thirteen. A junior high school QB could do better at play calling. Can somebody find me the stat on how many negative plays from scrimmage KC has this year? It has to be astronomical.

6. Charles got his hundred yards today, and dropped the only pass that was thrown to him. Hillis, with his chance to go back to Cleveland and stick it up their ass, rushed for eleven yards on five carries. You can see why his teammates in Cleveland said he was gutless. Bowe caught two balls, got hurt, then Terrence Copper became our most dangerous receiver. Moeacki did nothing. Baldwin had zero catches. Both were as absent as Steve Breaston. At least Breaston had an excuse. He's in Scott Pioli's doghouse for saying he didn't feel much like playing last week after one of his teammates murdered somebody. Brady Quinn goes from being AFC Offensive Player of the Week to a Matt Cassel clone. That's on Daboll. He should be the third guy booted out the door come January. You already know who one and two should be.

5. This was one of the worst special teams days I've seen since the last time Cleveland embarrassed KC at Arrowhead in Haley's first season. Succop doinks a extra point sized field goal. Colquitt gives up a punt return for a TD - on a play where Cleveland was actually trying to BLOCK the punt. And if you go back and watch that play, look at the effort Colquitt makes to stop the return. It looked like an effort one would make in the Pro Bowl. The "Don't touch me, it's my contract year" kind of effort. Colquitt gets a big Pro Bowl fail, based on that play alone. Then, only down by three to start the second half, Succop kicks off out of bounds, giving Cleveland primo field position. Three minutes later, game has gone from 10-7 to 17-7, and the day was over. Special teams coach Tom McMahon should be the fourth guy kicked out the door. He's approaching the Mike Stock Gold Standard for Special Teams Suck.

4. I know it's been discussed in other threads, but WTF with our time out management in the first half? They strategically burn all their timeouts to get the ball back inside two minutes, only down by three, with plenty of time to move the ball twenty yards into field goal range, and then run a draw play that goes nowhere, then they just kill the clock, so they can kick off to Cleveland to start the second half? That's French Surrender Monkey tactics. Either this team is gutless, or this is a diabolical play to guarantee the first pick in the draft. It's hard to be a fan of a team that lays down like that on purpose. At least TRY to score. Throw a pick if you have to. What's one more pick in a season like this?

3. Only positives today: Flowers and DJ played on one leg each. DJ was especially gutty today. I saw him get hurt close up last week, and I'm sure his hammy is sore as Hell. Jackson played OK today, but Houston disappeared again. That's kind of troubling. Houston tends to just disappear some weeks. Sometimes they were using him on pass coverage. That's BS. He should be rushing the QB 90% of the time. KC dropped probably three picks today. Berry is playing with a huge cast on his left hand, so the one he dropped was understandable. This team has no real depth at any position. Hard to see where the "right 53" figures in. How can it on a 2-11 team?

2. In the paper this morning, Covitz was implying that the way Pioli and Crennel handled the Belcher confrontation in the parking lot might force CHunt to leave both in place. The cynical Blowfish says, "Well, they really didn't handle it that well. Belcher ignored the coaching advice, and Pioli couldn't negotiate a positive settlement." So it really didn't go all that well at all, dude still blew his brains out. I have a sick feeling that Pioli has already signed his extension and will be left in place. Crennel might get bought out and take an early retirement. Couldn't really blame him if he did. He's old, he's tired, and he's been through a world of shit the last two years here. Why would he want to stay? If Pioli is left in place, next year will be another version of this year. None of us want that, but that might be what's cooking.

1. I have some dental work coming up at the end of this week. I tell you that because, if I'm heavily sedated, next week's "Ten Things" might read like a Unibomber Manifesto, so beware. I put my Christmas Lights up today after the game. I'm comfortably numb to losing -8 of our 11 losses this year have been of the "blowout" variety. I just refuse to let these bums harsh my holiday buzz. I suggest you follow my lead. Put up some lights. Hang a wreath. You'll feel better.

Bugeater
12-09-2012, 04:36 PM
A complete French Surrender Monkey embarrassment festival.
LMAO

OnTheWarpath58
12-09-2012, 04:38 PM
French Surrender Monkey Festival.

If I ever start a band, there's the name.

lewdog
12-09-2012, 04:45 PM
My take-away from your 10 things....please go to Gary's house for all remaining games.

Please and thank you.

Buehler445
12-09-2012, 04:45 PM
Yeah, I expected that too. Watched the first play and thought, son of aE bitch, they're going to win the last 4 and blow the draft pick.

And then they didn't

bevischief
12-09-2012, 04:46 PM
Send in the midgets.

bevischief
12-09-2012, 04:47 PM
My take-away from your 10 things....please go to Gary's house for all remaining games.

Please and thank you.

I can come over as well if that helps...

Marcellus
12-09-2012, 04:48 PM
My take-away from your 10 things....please go to Gary's house for all remaining games.

Please and thank you.

I concur. Live there the rest of the season if necessary.

Bugeater
12-09-2012, 04:48 PM
My take-away from your 10 things....please go to Gary's house for all remaining games.

Please and thank you.
This, and try to be on time from here on out.

lewdog
12-09-2012, 04:49 PM
I can come over as well if that helps...

I concur. Live there the rest of the season if necessary.

And people say we aren't true fans.

This is dedication boys. :thumb:

scott free
12-09-2012, 04:51 PM
Gary is the Mush.

RunKC
12-09-2012, 05:17 PM
Chiefs fans can make fun of Cardinals fans.

They're gonna lose a game 60 something to 0. That's worse than ANY game we've had all year.

Plus their QB situation is arguably worse than ours. At least Quinn had 1 good game as of late.

PGM
12-09-2012, 05:29 PM
Send in the midgets.

dwarfs, gnomes, halfmen

kcfanXIII
12-09-2012, 05:33 PM
I missed JC's carry, i was in the bathroom. so all i really got to see was the crapfest that has become the chiefs outdated brand of football. I find it hard to believe we haven't seen the wing-T or the wishbone offense this brand is so out of date. martyball would be an evolution compared to daboll's offense. herm edwards is laughing at how behind the times daboll's style of offense is. its not hyperbole, FIRE EVERBODY!

PGM
12-09-2012, 05:36 PM
RRPP 2.0

WV
12-09-2012, 05:40 PM
And people say we aren't true fans.

This is dedication boys. :thumb:

:evil:

Deberg_1990
12-09-2012, 05:45 PM
Chiefs fans can make fun of Cardinals fans.



Nope....they went to a Super Bowl 4 years ago. Chiefs last sniffed one 42 years ago.

Dave Lane
12-09-2012, 06:02 PM
I concur. Live there the rest of the season if necessary.

Yes stay till Pioli is fired preferably.

milkman
12-09-2012, 06:07 PM
Yes stay till Pioli is fired preferably.

No.
No.
No.


He has to stay till the last game of the seeason, then GTFO before Black Monday.

Phobia
12-09-2012, 06:13 PM
I napped nearly the entire 2nd half. It's not unusual for me to doze off momentarily. Then I'll awaken to see if it's worth being awake. It wasn't. Not once. So I missed nothing.

GloryDayz
12-09-2012, 06:13 PM
I liked "10" so I stopped there... Things like kid's plays are too cool, love it!!!

mikey23545
12-09-2012, 06:28 PM
Ten Things About Today's Game

2. In the paper this morning, Covitz was implying that the way Pioli and Crennel handled the Belcher confrontation in the parking lot might force CHunt to leave both in place. The cynical Blowfish says, "Well, they really didn't handle it that well. Belcher ignored the coaching advice, and Pioli couldn't negotiate a positive settlement." So it really didn't go all that well at all, dude still blew his brains out. I have a sick feeling that Pioli has already signed his extension and will be left in place. Crennel might get bought out and take an early retirement. Couldn't really blame him if he did. He's old, he's tired, and he's been through a world of shit the last two years here. Why would he want to stay? If Pioli is left in place, next year will be another veresion this year. None of us want that, but that might be what's cooking.




Belcher: "Mr. Pioli, is it true you've signed an extension?"

Pioli, hoping his answer will help calm the distraught Belcher: "That's right, son. Both me and Coach will be back next year!"
































BOOM!

HonestChieffan
12-09-2012, 06:56 PM
Good recap. I didnt watch or listen

gblowfish
12-09-2012, 08:06 PM
I liked "10" so I stopped there... Things like kid's plays are too cool, love it!!!

Thanks for the kind words. The little kids totally lose their minds when Santa comes out. It's really amazing.

Reerun_KC
12-09-2012, 08:10 PM
#8 is dead freaking on....

Baby Lee
12-09-2012, 08:47 PM
#1, it just struck me, 10 things fail.

How the fuck is an announcement about next week's game a 'thing' about this week's game.

Slippin' man, slippin'. ;)

Douche Baggins
12-09-2012, 08:47 PM
I get out of my car, go in Gary's house, Cleveland scores 30 unanswered points

LMAO

You can't make this shit up.

These are the quotes of the Pioli era.

FAX
12-09-2012, 08:51 PM
I long for the day when the 10 things are all about how we just won the AFC Championship.

Meanwhile, it looks to me like we're getting the wool pulled over our eyes and I'm talking head bag to the max, people.

Things 6 and 7 are practically the same thing and should be 1 thing, not 2 things. It could also be argued that thing 4 is in the same general topic area as things 6 and 7, as well. If so, that would make it 7 things ... not 10 things. I clicked on this thread expecting 10 damn things. Has it come to this? Pioli has ruined our team, our future hopes, and now our 10 things aren't really 10 at all? Just 7 things all spread out to look like 10 things?

Flabbergasted doesn't quite describe it.

FAX

Douche Baggins
12-09-2012, 08:53 PM
I have a sick feeling that Pioli has already signed his extension and will be left in place.

http://i.imgur.com/Kxdff.gif

Munson
12-09-2012, 08:56 PM
I have a sick feeling that Pioli has already signed his extension and will be left in place.

I have that same sick feeling. Let's hope that Chunt does the right thing and cans Pioli after the final game of the season.

Douche Baggins
12-09-2012, 08:58 PM
I long for the day when the 10 things are all about how we just won the AFC Championship.


George will still be bitching.

"Joe Asshole sucked today. Boy, we didn't win the Lamar Hunt Trophy because of THAT guy. If he's in the Super Bowl next week, we'll probably lose. Fire the coach if he plays more than 10 snaps."

Baby Lee
12-09-2012, 08:58 PM
Flusterated doesn't quite describe it.

FAX

FYP

JCharles1981
12-09-2012, 10:42 PM
I didn't watch the Chiefs game today, and finding out the 30-7 loss was enough to convince me that there's no change in their strategy for the final 3 games. If they are currently doing this bad for a good draft pick, then I hope Pioli doesn't screw them over and go with an offensive lineman or DT instead of a QB in the draft.

Chocolate Hog
12-10-2012, 12:11 AM
You need to head to Gary's house tomorrow for the Raiders game.


Good write up.

Douche Baggins
12-10-2012, 12:16 AM
You need to head to Gary's house tomorrow for the Raiders game.


Good write up.

Chiefsplanet watch party at Gary's house next week?

NJChiefsFan
12-10-2012, 01:59 AM
A complete French Surrender Monkey embarrassment festival.



Meanwhile, it looks to me like we're getting the wool pulled over our eyes and I'm talking head bag to the max, people.

Things 6 and 7 are practically the same thing and should be 1 thing, not 2 things. It could also be argued that thing 4 is in the same general topic area as things 6 and 7, as well. If so, that would make it 7 things ... not 10 things. I clicked on this thread expecting 10 damn things. Has it come to this? Pioli has ruined our team, our future hopes, and now our 10 things aren't really 10 at all? Just 7 things all spread out to look like 10 things?

Flabbergasted doesn't quite describe it.

FAX

ROFL I don't know which one made me laugh harder.

scho63
12-10-2012, 06:12 AM
Ten Things About Today's Game

10. I'm not going to dwell on this one. Here's why: Yesterday, my wifey directed a free Children's play for a bunch of little kids. I help out with the heavy lifting. The smiling faces on the kids make all the hassle worth it.
:thumb:
Good for you GB

7. How does Charlie Brown Brian Daboll get NFL employment?
I don't have f**king clue! He is absolutely horrible

6. Charles got his hundred yards today.
He is the only consistent bright spot in our "O"

5. This was one of the worst special teams days I've seen since the last time Cleveland embarrassed KC at Arrowhead in Haley's first season.
We thought some of the earlier screw ups on special teams were going to be the worst but once again we top ourselves with a crappy performance. I think we have allowed at least 4 or 5 TDs on special teams this year.

4. I know it's been discussed in other threads, but WTF with our time out management in the first half?
This started in the beginning of the season and they NEVER fixed it. Shows you how piss poor we are with making adjustments or learning from our mistakes.

3. Only positives today: Flowers and DJ played on one leg each. DJ was especially gutty today. KC dropped probably three picks today. This team has no real depth at any position.
DJ and Flowers is to the defense what Charles is to the offense. Our only consistent players. The three INT's were all pretty catchable balls and shows again our team's lack of concentration/talent.

2. In the paper this morning, Covitz was implying that the way Pioli and Crennel handled the Belcher confrontation in the parking lot might force CHunt to leave both in place.
That would be a tragic mistake and make the rabid fans go berserk. I truly hope Clark isn't that stupid.

1. I have some dental work coming up at the end of this week. I tell you that because, if I'm heavily sedated, next week's "Ten Things" might read like a Unibomber Manifesto, so beware.
The way the Chiefs have played this year it would not be out of line or undeserved.


Your prior year's "Ten Things" have had more positive points then negative but not this year. There is rarely anything positive to write about.

Again Hillis was useless, Dexter McCluster, Baldwin, Justin Houston, and our pass rush was invisible.

With Bowe supposedly having broken ribs I don't see him playing anymore.

I can easily see 17-20 guys on the 53 man squad not being here next year and that is a real black eye for Pioli and his complete lack of success.

Daboll doesn't deserve to coach Pee wee football.

Our pass coverage over the middle is horrific-everyone completes passes against us. we have no pressing at the line anymore.

I would have never expected this year to be so incredibly awful and I had such high hopes, (minus Cassel of course).

Next week we should lose again and if we do win and screw up our #1 draft pick, it will only add to this team's inability to do anything successful

bevischief
12-10-2012, 06:41 AM
dwarfs, gnomes, halfmen

And hobbits.

bevischief
12-10-2012, 06:45 AM
Chiefsplanet watch party at Gary's house next week?

This.

gblowfish
12-10-2012, 08:45 AM
I long for the day when the 10 things are all about how we just won the AFC Championship.

Meanwhile, it looks to me like we're getting the wool pulled over our eyes and I'm talking head bag to the max, people.

Things 6 and 7 are practically the same thing and should be 1 thing, not 2 things. It could also be argued that thing 4 is in the same general topic area as things 6 and 7, as well. If so, that would make it 7 things ... not 10 things. I clicked on this thread expecting 10 damn things. Has it come to this? Pioli has ruined our team, our future hopes, and now our 10 things aren't really 10 at all? Just 7 things all spread out to look like 10 things?

Flabbergasted doesn't quite describe it.

FAX

Ah, My old pal Mr. Fax. I understand you are -as Herm Edwards might say- "Flustrated." I am too. Trying to find ten things to talk about after a game like yesterday is like picking between a Giant Douche and a Turd Sandwich. Actually six and seven are related, but are not the same thing at all. Seven talks about Brian Daboll being a waste of human tissue. Six talks about our receiving corps, and why Breaston has suddenly become the invisible man. Four is about time management issues. They all are inter-related as far as they're by-products of poor coaching decisions, but are separate topics.

And for my old pal Mr. Go Chiefs Clay, by the time the Chiefs win the AFC Championship game, the only thing I'll be bitching about is not being able to get Super Bowl tickets, despite being a season holder for over 200 years. And I'll be dead, so I'll probably be bitching about that too.

I'm sure my pal Gary would be happy to have us all over, as long as you bring your own beer. He never has any beer in his fridge.

stevieray
12-10-2012, 08:52 AM
saw opening play, then left to finish up putting the new motor in my cherokee...turned on the radio with about a minute left.


meh meh meh...the sad part is that I'm just numb to it all.

My buddy/helper said it best...The Chiefs will never win anything, becuase they have the wrong philosphy towards football.

Dayze
12-10-2012, 09:01 AM
and this team will never win anything because us mid-westerners never hold ownerships' feet to the fire. Most fans have this "we'll get 'em next year" attitude. look at Philly.....they've had huge success, and this first year of poop in a decade, and the town is imploding.


ownership is compoletely disconnected. They grossly over value their product.
our media swings from the Chiefs sack and never ask any real questions.

this team will never win a championship with the Hunts at the helm. I'd bet $5k on that.

vailpass
12-10-2012, 09:09 AM
Chiefs fans can make fun of Cardinals fans.

They're gonna lose a game 60 something to 0. That's worse than ANY game we've had all year.

Plus their QB situation is arguably worse than ours. At least Quinn had 1 good game as of late.

Yep. KC may have the worst record but they aren't the worst team. AZ is a horrible team that has absolutely quit.

gblowfish
12-10-2012, 09:18 AM
Well, Arizona's offensive line is the worst in the NFL. They've given up the most sacks and QB hits. KC has had 31 sacks and 70 QB hits so far. We've also had 44 negative offensive rushing plays, and we average 6.4 yards per forward pass. The only team worse at throwing the ball in the NFL is Minnesota.

vailpass
12-10-2012, 09:33 AM
Well, Arizona's offensive line is the worst in the NFL. They've given up the most sacks and QB hits. KC has had 31 sacks and 70 QB hits so far. We've also had 44 negative offensive rushing plays, and we average 6.4 yards per forward pass. The only team worse at throwing the ball in the NFL is Minnesota.

Yep, their entire O is atrocious. Card's started John Skelton at QB. He went 11-22 with 4 INTs. Then they benched him for someone named Ryan Lindley, who was worse.



SEATTLE - Football can be a painful game, and sometimes it leaves marks on both body and soul.

That was the case Sunday for the Cardinals, whose performance in a 58-0 loss to the Seahawks won’t be easy to forget because there were a lot of “evers” involved.

It was the worst loss ever in franchise history. It was the most points ever scored by an opponent. It extended their losing streak to nine, the longest since 1944 when they combined with the Steelers franchise to go 0-10.

In 2012, they have no one to blame but themselves.

“Let me just start off by saying, I apologize to our fans, everybody associated with our organization,” coach Ken Whisenhunt said to open his postgame news conference. “That was embarrassing today. We owe it to them, our fans, our supporters, to give them a better product, a better job than what we did today.”

The Cardinals (4-9) committed six turnovers and Seattle scored 38 points. That was just the first half.

They had two more turnovers in the second half and showed little interest in the less-nuanced portions of the sport — blocking, tackling and such.

“Ass kicking, that’s the only thing you can say,” quarterback John Skelton said. “For them to come out and dominate the way they did in every phase of the game, it’s embarrassing.”

Sunday’s loss was unique in that the Cardinals broke down in every phase. The defense played like it was doing forced labor, and Patrick Peterson muffed a punt and fumbled on another.

Both led to Seahawks touchdowns.

“Things turned on us early,” receiver Andre Roberts said. “I don’t know how it got to 58 points, whatever it was.”

It’s hard to believe that before the nine-game losing streak, the Cardinals had won 11 of their previous 13. But after the first month, this season went south faster than a fleeing felon, and the biggest question now is if Whisenhunt, who is under contract through 2013, will keep his job.

“There’s not anything I could do about that,” Whisenhunt said when asked if was concerned about his job. “We all know what this business is. I’ve been in it a long time as a player and a coach. I’m not worried about it.”

Team President Michael Bidwill has declined comment about the subject, and there are no indications the Cardinals are prepared to fire Whisenhunt before the end of the season, if at all.

This team has 1,000 problems, it seems, but none bigger than the lack of a productive quarterback. Kevin Kolb remains out with a rib injury, and John Skelton and Ryan Lindley have failed as replacements.

Skelton started at CenturyLink Field on Sunday and completed 11 of 22 with four interceptions. Lindley replaced him, and while the Seahawks didn’t catch any of his passes, neither did many Cardinals.

Who starts next week against Detroit?

“Do you play?” Whisenhunt asked a reporter. “Part of our struggles have been tied into the inconsistency at that position. You’ve got to have something there that can cover up some other areas, and we’re not getting that. It seems like we’re getting the other direction, sometimes.”

Oddly enough, the Cardinals moved the ball on the opening possession, with Skelton completing his first three passes for 35 yards. But his fourth attempt, which came on third-and-2, hit receiver Larry Fitzgerald’s hands. Linebacker K.J. Wright knocked the ball loose and it hit cornerback Walter Thurmond. It ended up in the hands of linebacker Bobby Wagner.

That play, Whisenhunt said, was an example of “how our season has gone the last nine weeks. The ball comes out, doesn’t hit the ground and they pick it up and move it down the field.”

The Seahawks (8-5) got a field goal out of it, and the rout was on, partly because the Cardinals defense didn’t do much after that.

That unit’s pride came after the fall. The Seahawks led 38-0 at halftime, and the defense didn’t show any interest in tackling the Seahawks to open the second half. Marshawn Lynch’s 33-yard touchdown made the score 45-0.

The Seahawks rushed for 284 yards, including 128 from Lynch and 108 from Robert Turbin, his backup. Seattle averaged nearly 7 yards a carry, and Lynch scored three times.

“Right now, we’re not very good, to be quite honest with you,” said safety Adrian Wilson, who said everyone in the organization, from the top down, needs to honestly evaluate themselves.

“The old cliché is look at yourself in the mirror and see what you’re doing wrong, see if you can be man enough to correct it,” he said.

“Right now, I don’t know if there are enough men looking at themselves in the mirror.”

http://www.azcentral.com/sports/cardinals/articles/20121209arizona-cardinals-suffer-worst-loss-in-franchise-history-against-seattle-seahawks.html

DenverDanChiefsFan
12-10-2012, 09:42 AM
Does Duhbull have kids? Just wondering how long before one of them comes on here to complain we are too tough on him.

GloryDayz
12-10-2012, 11:43 AM
Ah, My old pal Mr. Fax. I understand you are -as Herm Edwards might say- "Flustrated." I am too. Trying to find ten things to talk about after a game like yesterday is like picking between a Giant Douche and a Turd Sandwich. Actually six and seven are related, but are not the same thing at all. Seven talks about Brian Daboll being a waste of human tissue. Six talks about our receiving corps, and why Breaston has suddenly become the invisible man. Four is about time management issues. They all are inter-related as far as they're by-products of poor coaching decisions, but are separate topics.

And for my old pal Mr. Go Chiefs Clay, by the time the Chiefs win the AFC Championship game, the only thing I'll be bitching about is not being able to get Super Bowl tickets, despite being a season holder for over 200 years. And I'll be dead, so I'll probably be bitching about that too.

I'm sure my pal Gary would be happy to have us all over, as long as you bring your own beer. He never has any beer in his fridge.

Perhaps as insignificant as a person under CHunt's organization, here are some things I noticed:

1) There were a lot of dog hats.
2) The uprights are stiff like a pornstar.
3) The earth is flat.
4) RC needs to eat better.
5) Speed walking is no way to play DB.
6) A Chief's QB can hit you in the head if he tries.
7) Never start a Chiefs game with only half a bottle of anything.
8) It's going to be a long day on the phone with texts when two neighbors are Browns fans. Bury the phone!
9) Going out and grilling wings during the game is a good idea. It provides a break you need. Especially when the Browns fans show up and stop texting you about how bad your team is.
10) Given that football is on pretty-much all day on Sunday's, it's not difficult to find better teams to watch than the Chiefs.

Holladay
12-11-2012, 04:09 PM
I napped nearly the entire 2nd half.

I made note that I took a nap during a chiefs game 2 months ago and got crucified by the CP for not being a true fan.

Funny how the worm turns..

gblowfish
12-11-2012, 04:13 PM
In the 1980's when the Chiefs were bad, I always took naps during the road games. It's easy to fall asleep to the game play by play drone when your team gives up 30 unanswered points. Time well spent catching up on your "Z's." I for one won't rip you for that!

bevischief
12-11-2012, 05:25 PM
I made note that I took a nap during a chiefs game 2 months ago and got crucified by the CP for not being a true fan.

Funny how the worm turns..

It happens to me during a boring game. Last night was the first Monday night game I made it thru the whole this season.

Rain Man
12-11-2012, 05:45 PM
Wow, I didn't pay attention to any other scores given how riveted I was on the Chiefs and Browns. A 58-0 loss has to be one of the worst in NFL history. That's not too far from the 73-0 game in 1940.