View Full Version : Twitlock Says... (Fodder for Thot)

Duck Dog
09-03-2000, 09:53 PM
"Mostly, we learned that the 2000 Chiefs have the potential to be the most clueless squad in the history of Carl Peterson's 12-year, five-year plan to reach the Super Bowl. "

"Counting their winless preseason -- the preseason the Chiefs swear didn't matter -- they have lost the last seven times they've taken the field, including the last four times they've played at Arrowhead Stadium, where the Chiefs are supposed to be unbeatable. "

"When the game was over, Cunningham subtly offered the excuse he and Peterson have been crafting since midway through training camp. Cunningham littered his post-game comments with forced superlatives about KC's young players -- Patrick Dennis, Greg Wesley and Morris.

Despite a starting lineup that includes just one rookie, Peterson and Cunningham want you to believe that the Chiefs are rebuilding with youth. If you believe that, you also believe that the preseason doesn't matter and that Peterson's five-year plan is right on schedule. "<P>

Duck Dog
09-03-2000, 09:54 PM
Whitless is ready to use the Chiefs for fodder all season... I'll bet he savors this as much as he does his BBQ ribs...


09-03-2000, 09:56 PM
The only guys on O older than 30 are Szott, Grunhard, and that's it. Elvis just hit 30. On D it's McGlockton, Bush, Hasty and Patton. So maybe it's not all rookies, but it certainly is a younger team with much less experience, and if Whitlock can't admit that he's just dumb.

09-03-2000, 09:58 PM
Personally, I have no interest in anything Whit the Twit has to say. He lost any credibility with me some time ago.

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