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Wow! What an exhausting game! [01 Nov 2011|12:20pm]

yaqui
I'm soooo glad I was able to take today off so I could recover. I did more screaming at that game than I have all season. Sure we still have lots of room to improve but I gotta say that I'm so thrilled that the Chiefs kept the winning streak alive. Plus, it's also pretty sweet when a trash talker like Rivers makes a fumble at such a critical time.
Did anyone else hear the fireworks they are talikng about? My seats are almost as high up as you can get. I was so intent on watching the play that I didn't hear them. I wonder if Rivers did? I heard another fan say that they went off right before the snap and that it looked like it spooked him.
It was a great night to be a Chiefs fan at Arrowhead!!
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[16 Dec 2008|09:15pm]

coercedbynutmeg
Peterson Resigns as Chiefs' Top Executive.

About fucking time.
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[12 Nov 2008|07:02pm]

topchief2
I still give Herm Edwards the benefit of the doubt, because while he is not an x's and o's guy, he is the ultimate motivator, and no matter how bad his teams look, they always play hard for him. Still, if the team cannot turn their recent fortunes into wins, and they close out 1-15 or 2-14, he could still go. My question is, if Herm Edwards does get fired at the end of the season, who is the one person you would want to replace him. Try to be reasonable, and not pick coaches who are not going anywhere, like Beeel Beeelichek.

My vote? Steve Spagnuolo of the New York Giants. He is the coach as far as I'm concerned, and I don't see him as the next Marvin Lewis
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No more Allen :( [25 Apr 2008|07:05am]

nindown
[ mood | hopeful ]

Oh my, Allen was one of my favorite players! I can't believe he's not going to be and red in anymore. But...i think we got a lot for him. 17th first round pick, 2 3rd rounders and swap of 6th rounder. 13 picks in the draft this season, we are really starting fresh and better get some good darn players!!

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Only 2 weeks away!! [30 Mar 2008|11:51pm]

nindown
[ mood | frustrated ]

We better have a very good draft this year because im getting tired of watching other teams make all kinds of moves and we're sitting back doing nothing...

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Boomer [21 Mar 2008|01:19pm]

ceconix
Damn, Boomer Grigsby is no longer a Chief. :(
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Can someone explain? [26 Feb 2008|04:07pm]

ceconix
Why did they get rid of Kennison? Yeah, I know he's 35. I know he didn't do much last season, but how many snaps did he really get to play? He's a good receiver. He probably only had another year or two before he retired anyway, but this...

Back to one good receiver and Tony G. I guess.
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Video i created of Tony Gonzalez breaking records! [20 Feb 2008|01:29pm]

nindown
[ mood | chipper ]

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Check out this highlight video i created of D. Bowe! [20 Feb 2008|12:25pm]

nindown
[ mood | cheerful ]

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DAMN! [02 Feb 2008|02:34pm]

ceconix
#58 didn't get in. :(
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Mike Solari has been fired!! [02 Jan 2008|12:08pm]

nindown
[ mood | chipper ]

What a great decison, he was by far the worst offensive cordinator in Chiefs history!! Only scored 226 points all season, the worst in the team history!

I would love to get Mike Martz...i bet we start to score points then!! Mike Martz is said to be fired by the Lions soon. Would Brain Bellick be a good fit too? I think we need a name, someone with a good background. Anything but Mike Solari is good!

Also receivers coach and running back coach was fired too, clean house!!!

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How About Todd Collins!?! [30 Dec 2007|10:45pm]

nindown
[ mood | good ]

Todd is playing great, just think where this team will probably be with Todd Collins playing vs. Damon Huard. We never got to see Todd play because Trent never got hurt. Now he's looking amazing. Im happy for him and Al in Washington.

Well the season is over, i imagine the roster will be torn apart quickly. Next season will be better. After a lot of thought into it, i do not think Brodie is our QB of the future. He looks like a carrear backup, it's going to be interesting to see what the Chiefs do in the draft.

With the lost today, we are in position to have the 4th or 5th pick. I wouldn't mind having Matt Ryan from Boston College!! Now he could be our QB of the future!!!!!

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4 games left! [06 Dec 2007|04:27pm]

nindown
[ mood | energetic ]

Well there a lot of things I can talk about in Chiefs land. Priest Holmes retiring, the emergence of Kobe Smith, the awesome year Allen is having, but the thing that’s really on my mind is the fact we are officially eliminated from the playoffs race.

Am I surprised? No! To convince oneself that we are not in rebuilding would be foolish. Although we’re eliminated from the championship race, we still have a lot to play for. Brodie needs to get back on the field, win some games for us, and show us what he can do so we can know what to do in the draft next year. Kobe needs this time to really emerge so next year we’ll have a dynamitic 1, 2 punch with LJ and KS.

Also nothing would satisfy me more than to play playoff spoiler. We’ve got Denver, Tennessee, and Detroit on our schedule. Each of those teams is fighting for their playoffs lives!! A lost to KC can keep them home with us. And the most important game for our coach, beating the J.E.T.S Jets! Jets! Jets! We have to bring that victory home for Herm.

So there are lots of things to play for, hopefully we can keep it exciting.

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Sean Taylor [27 Nov 2007|07:08pm]

hellokitties
[ mood | calm ]



Even though he's not a Chief.
He was an awesome player.
RIP Sean Taylor!!

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In a losing effort [18 Nov 2007|06:57pm]

nindown
I think we did a great job in a losing effort. Brodie showed he can lead this team and move the ball, he did a good job for his first start.

The defense was amazing, hard hits, Jared was a beast out there! To hold the Colts to 13 speaks volumes.

Although we lost, we have a lot to look forward to and the divison doesn't change. We can win this divison!!
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Bench Damon!! [11 Nov 2007|04:52pm]

nindown
[ mood | aggravated ]

All i have to say is i hope Damon is on the bench for good. If he had not got banged up, i do believe Brodie would have came in anyway. Brodie moved the chains, that's what we needed. The turnovers by Damon was the difference maker. I can't believe we lost in KC against the Broncos, the same team who got blew out by the Lions last week! 4 turnovers!! You can't win that way no matter who you play.

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spread the word :) [06 Nov 2007|04:10pm]

graaf_oer
It should have been a big historic event, the first regular season game played outside of the USA. Instead of being a great moment this game will probably go into the books as the worst event ever.

They said the game was sold out nine times over, in fact there were plenty of empty seats and I've been offered about 50 tickets the days leading to the game. They reported 81.176 attendance but it was closer to 70.000. Tickets weren't scanned at the entrance but thorn by hand so there is no exact attendance count.

It started with the dodgy ticket sales, pore pre-game events, worse game day and an anti-climax.

Ticket sales. They (NFL UK) were going to do everything to stop black market sales and give real American Football fans a chance to get tickets. The system timed out forcing you to queue again for 45 minutes. In the end you couldn't enter a foreign address and there was no option to pick the tickets up at the stadium, so an other timeout occurred and we had to start again. Meanwhile we kept our eye on eBay and to our astonishment the first black market tickets appeared online after 15 minutes saying they had a wedding and they really wanted to go to the game but couldn't and now wanted to sell their tickets for 5 times the regular price. Like they didn't know about the wedding 15 minutes earlier. I say, revoke the order and sell ticket to real fan.
Pre-game days. What was there to do? Nothing! We were expecting pre-game parties on the major squares throughout London but in fact the only party there was was the NFL Europa Fan meeting at the Metropolitan Bar on Baker Street which was the highlight of the whole trip.
Pre-game party/tailgate. No pre-game activities whatsoever, the official indoor (???) "tailgate party" was for 7500 fans only who didn't get game tickets. What a bunch of BS, people paid up to 250 pound for a ticket and no pre-game. There was an other tailgate organized by the Colchester Gladiators which was a great success. The local pubs were fun also but we expected loads more from the organizers.
Merchandise. Why buy online and receive it after the game when you can pick it up at the stadium. That is what loads thought but they though wrong. There was hardly any merchandise available. The smallest local Soccer Scene offered more then the official merchandise stands inside and outside of the stadium. Just some t-shirts, caps, replica jerseys and scarfs. Oh and a ball here and there. What went wrong, all the good stuff was stuck at in Amsterdam. Weird, they have only know about this game for 9 months and still they can't ship on time.
In the stadium. OK, not a word about the game on the field, the organization has no control over that. Entering the stadium took forever. They had to many female search lines so all women were in the stadium waiting for they husbands/boyfriends/etc. who still stood in line in the rain. Should have used the empty female search lines for the men. OK.
Food and drinks were overpriced but still, I need liquids and food. So we get in line and after 25 minutes of waiting we get to the counter where we get the news: "WE HAVE NO MORE FOOD, ONLY SNICKERS." Mmm... I thought Wembley hosted the largest concerts. Don't they eat there?
So we forget about the cheeseburgers and chips and go for the liquids. One beer please, "NO MORE BEER, ONLY SMIRNOFF ICE." OK, don't they know what to order for a big event like this. This was really really really bad.
The stadium was quiet, no music for the cheerleaders during dead plays or timeouts, and when the did get music the technicians started the music to late so they only had 30 seconds and the routine wasn't finished. Then there was no atmosphere in the stadium, it felt more like Wimbledon accept the crowd at Wembley was so quiet the ref didn't have to say "quiet please", the crowd already was.
Transportation. Going to the stadium no problem, but then after the game everybody leaves at once. I was wondering how Wembley would handle that, and like I expected, they didn't. The train/tube stations around the stadium were all closed off and we ended up walking into town and catching a packed tube over there about 2 hours after the game.

All in all a good trip with an anti climax, game-day. We flew back from Gatwick at the same time the Dolphins left so we had a chance to talk to some of the players which was nice.
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MyP2P.eu [05 Nov 2007|11:42am]

nindown
Hey guys, here's a new site that's very realiable to watch all NFL games, college, or any other sports.

I watched Green Bay vs KC using this site, i discovered it a week ago and watched Monday Night Football. Enjoy!!

http://www.myp2p.eu/
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Even though we lost, we control our own destiny in the division. [05 Nov 2007|09:18am]

nindown
We had the chance to go up 2 games on the chargers, and possibly 3 with next week win against Denver.

But right now, we are tied at 4-4, yet we have the tie-breaker, consequently we're up one game on the Chargers.

Next week game against Denver is a must win! If we win, we are 5-4; Denver falls to 3-6 and the Chargers who WILL LOSE to the Colts will fall to 4-5. If we lose, Denver 4-5, Chiefs 4-5, and the Chargers will be 4-5. I like the other situation better.

If you look at our schedule, we control our own destiny in the division. Regardless of what the other teams do, if we win our final 4 division games which 3/4 are at home, we will win the AFC West.

Even if we lose every other game but the division games and end up at 8-8...we win the division and have a home game in the playoffs!!! Unless the Chargers run the table and beat the Colts, Titians, Jaguars, Lions, Chiefs, Ravens. With the way they're playing...I don't think they could do that, likewise Im not concerned with Denver or Oakland.

Mark my words, 8-8 will probably win this division, I know 9-7 will get it. We just have to keep winning these division games. We play the next 3 out of 4 division games at home. We can do it!!
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@$(*&^(!^#($)!^*()&^@$%@$) [04 Nov 2007|03:01pm]

ceconix
Too many cuss words, so little time.
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