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redbrian
08-22-2000, 12:52 PM
OK guys and gals out here in the FOOTBALL WORLD, what should we do to have a season that we all will like?????????????????????????????
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redshirt32
08-22-2000, 12:56 PM
Uh - win? http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/confused.gif

Actually, I'll be happy if everyone plays hard. If we play mistake free and lose, we can hold our heads up. However, if we lost to the chargers and Elvis throws 3 balls up for grabs (again), I'll be pretty disappointed.

Kurt Surber
08-22-2000, 12:56 PM
Slap Rison around like a circus monkey when he comes back to the old house and play like we want to win with intensity.

HankStram
08-22-2000, 01:03 PM
Diversify. Throw deep on the first play from scrimmage against Colts. Get a lead and run the ball into the ground. Then hit the perimeter.

bkkcoh
08-22-2000, 01:08 PM
Most of the changes we need to make will not happen until the season is over.

Fire Raye.
Fire Stock.
Fire Schottenheimer.

Since those moves will not happen this season, we should make the best of the situation we have as follows:

1. Stick with the “open up the Offense” plan. If a more open O falters, do not fall back to The Leash and the inside running game. Stick it out. Throw to Morris. Pitch to Cloud. Go for the gusto.
2. Unleash the QB-crushers. Yes, they might not get to the QB and yes, our CBs will get toasted if that happens. It is the price you pay for an aggressive, attacking D. I do not advocate all-out blitzing [well, actually, I do advocate that on occasion]. If we cannot get pressure from the front four, then absolve them of run support and use the LBs to plug those holes. There is nothing more critical than crushing the pencil neck. Risky, yes, but necessary.
3. Go for the throat. Go for it on 4th down inside the 30. Pass when you’re inside your own 20. Take some chances. The old “keep the score close and hope for a turnover” strategy is outdated and terminally flawed.

And type up the release papers for the Three Stooges. They should be hand-delivered the moment our season is over.

xoxo~
gaz
letting it all hang out.<BR>

BIG_DADDY
08-22-2000, 01:08 PM
Nasty, stifling defense.
Creative, consistent offense.
Explosive ST.
Mistake free clock management.

Oh, and sweep the AFC West!!

Super Bowl victory would be nice too, but I'll not get carried away. http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/smile.gif


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shakesthecat
08-22-2000, 01:29 PM
just to add..........

cut down on the penalties too (yeah, that means you Chester :rolleyes http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb/smile.gif

Mosbonian
08-22-2000, 01:30 PM
Don't give games away by making STUPID penalties, throwing the ball to the other team(you all know who I'm talking about) and being less predictable when calling plays. It says something about the discipline of our team when you lead the league in penalties 3 STRAIGHT YEARS!

redbrian
08-22-2000, 03:41 PM
Hello everyone, i have a question why was STRINGER cutt?? i thought we had high hopes for this guy?????

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kcmax
08-22-2000, 03:51 PM
Cash - my bet is that it was btw. Stringer and Bruce, and the hometown boy won.

Bruce and Kitchings will battle it out for the last spot.

Tom_Barndts_Twin
08-22-2000, 03:53 PM
I would at least like to keep Stringer on the practice squad.

redbrian
08-22-2000, 03:57 PM
STRINGER is alot better then either one of them????? And it looks like KIMBLE will make the team after all.

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hawaiianboy
08-22-2000, 04:03 PM
http://www.ChiefsPlanet.com/ubb//confused.gif Huh? I must be missing something because I don't think I ever read anything (or heard anything) about Stringer, from camp reports or in games, that seperated him from the rest. Bruce was doing great in camp (non-existent in games) and Kitchings has return-man potential.

kcmax
08-22-2000, 04:13 PM
Peterson has openly expressed his praise for Bruce, and Kitchings was a draft pick. Stringer was the odd man out.

DaWolf
08-22-2000, 04:16 PM
I think Stringer's size really hurt him. He's only 5'7'' and I just can't imagine Gun holding on to both Hall and Stringer. One little guy may make the team but not two. I agree with the previous post that Stinger has not gotten much publicity this camp. Apparently, he just wasn't making plays. That coupled with his size equals walking papers.

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