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Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby peeker643 » Thu Oct 11, 2012 12:49 pm

Head Coach Romeo Crennel overseeing offensive coordinator Brian Daboll's offense led by starting QB Brady Quinn and featuring Special Agent Hillis as well.

Hard to believe the Chiefs season is off to such a rocky start.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Love child of shawn kemp » Thu Oct 11, 2012 2:57 pm

Over/under on points scored by the Chiefs? 6
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby FUDU » Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:02 pm

Let's be somewhat fair and not imply that Hillis was part of the debacle that was the era of Romeo and Brady.

Hillis deserves his own criticisms but AT LEAST he showed some NFL legitimacy at some point. Not sure you can say that about the former.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby jerryroche » Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:13 pm

The season's still young, but at this point, Crennel, Daboll, Quinn and Hillis still have one more victory than Shurmur, Childress, Weeden and Richardson.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Hikohadon » Thu Oct 11, 2012 6:09 pm

jerryroche wrote:The season's still young, but at this point, Crennel, Daboll, Quinn and Hillis still have one more victory than Shurmur, Childress, Weeden and Richardson.

:gah:


So because our team is bad we're not allowed to mock other terrible teams?

They'll play head to head in December, so we'll all get to see who's the crappier. KC's gotten absolutely annihilated by some teams, although they played Baltimore tough last weekend. Fans cheering for a QB injury... damn, they ARE Cleveland!

I'd take Weeden and Richardson over Quinn and Hillis any day of my life, but the Shurminator is probably even worse than Crennel.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby LarsHancock » Thu Oct 11, 2012 6:27 pm

In Quinn's defense, he's never quarterbacked a team that wasn't terrible. So we have no idea if he's any good.

Counterargument: Quinn has never quarterbacked a team that wasn't terrible because you have to be pretty terrible to have Quinn as your QB in the first place.

Counter-counterargument: Quinn is still one year younger than Weeden, and if Weeden is still learning and growing, so can Quinn.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby leadpipe » Thu Oct 11, 2012 6:53 pm

Heard an interview today with Danny Parkins, a announcer/reporter out of KC.

He said the fans are clamoring for Brady Quinn to replace their awful quarterback AND that the fans have been astonished at how awful Romeo Crennel's clock management has been thus far.

Sounds like a place I know.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby swerb » Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:27 pm

I still can not believe Romeo Crennel got another head coaching job.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby dpdad » Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:48 pm

I can't believe Romeo ever got a head coaching job in the first place, which shows again how pathetic the Browns front office decisions have been. Nice guy, but has career assistant written all over him.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby LarsHancock » Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:20 pm

Remember when we were all upset that we didn't get Pioli because Lerner stupidly hired Mangini instead?

Good times...

Funny thing is, Cleveland is led by a bungling moron, but at least has hope because of a few decent drafts and a new owner who is going to clean house. In KC? Who knows where that place is going.

Shame, because i like KC as a city. Great fans, they deserve better.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby mattvan1 » Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:50 pm

LarsHancock wrote:
Shame, because i like KC as a city. Great fans, they deserve better.


Fuck them.

Chefs win the Lombardi in '70
Royals win a sausage in '85

Plus they don't have an NBA team that pisses away 7 years of the best player on the planet and then picks TT and Dion Waiters in consecutive drafts in the 4 hole.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:04 am

FUDU wrote:Let's be somewhat fair and not imply that Hillis was part of the debacle that was the era of Romeo and Brady.

Hillis deserves his own criticisms but AT LEAST he showed some NFL legitimacy at some point. Not sure you can say that about the former.



I didn't imply anything phuck wad.

I listed four prominent ex-Browns who had careers here end badly and are now all in one place thrilling the fans of another NFL city the way they thrilled us once.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby LarsHancock » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:19 am

mattvan1 wrote:
LarsHancock wrote:
Shame, because i like KC as a city. Great fans, they deserve better.


Fuck them.

Chefs win the Lombardi in '70
Royals win a sausage in '85

Plus they don't have an NBA team that pisses away 7 years of the best player on the planet and then picks TT and Dion Waiters in consecutive drafts in the 4 hole.

Fuck them.

In the last 19 seasons the Royals have had a winning season once, at 83-79 10 years ago. They may never have another.

As for football, what's the difference between 1970 and 1964, other than the shape of the trophy?

And their basketball team moved out of town in 1985. Cleveland actually stole their best player in 1981 in the legendary Scott Wedman, who (of course) sucked when he came over here.

Are they as miserable as us? Certainly not - who is? But they are hardly spoiled, and as fans they are decent people, unlike the scum that roots for Baltimore, Pittspuke, New York, New England, Oakland, and especially Dallas. They support their teams through thick and thin, unlike, say, Cincinnasty. And they make great BBQ.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby mattvan1 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:35 am

LarsHancock wrote:
mattvan1 wrote:
LarsHancock wrote:
Shame, because i like KC as a city. Great fans, they deserve better.


Fuck them.

Chefs win the Lombardi in '70
Royals win a sausage in '85

Plus they don't have an NBA team that pisses away 7 years of the best player on the planet and then picks TT and Dion Waiters in consecutive drafts in the 4 hole.

Fuck them.

In the last 19 seasons the Royals have had a winning season once, at 83-79 10 years ago. They may never have another.

As for football, what's the difference between 1970 and 1964, other than the shape of the trophy?

And their basketball team moved out of town in 1985. Cleveland actually stole their best player in 1981 in the legendary Scott Wedman, who (of course) sucked when he came over here.

Are they as miserable as us? Certainly not - who is? But they are hardly spoiled, and as fans they are decent people, unlike the scum that roots for Baltimore, Pittspuke, New York, New England, Oakland, and especially Dallas. They support their teams through thick and thin, unlike, say, Cincinnasty. And they make great BBQ.



Well, I can remember 1970 (vaguely) and 1985 quite well, so at least I have that going for me (against me?), which is nice.

There should be some sort of rule that cities get to experience "one major (sorry indoor soccer fans) championship per generation"

And everything you write about KC and their fans is true. Just want to reiterate that out of all the long suffereing fans Cleveland fans have suffered the most for the longest. :pb: And no one can take that away from us. We are the nomadic jewish peoples of the sports world. So at least we can claim The Championship of Suck.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Hikohadon » Fri Oct 12, 2012 11:43 am

I find the plethora of KC fans on message boards celebrating Quinn's arrival and dismissing his past b/c "he was in Cleveland and Cleveland sucks" annoying.

Yes, the Browns organization has sucked. And a big part of that is the QB play.

If Quinn showed ANYTHING - just one fucking thing - I could maybe see the argument. But reality is they shipped him out for a song b/c he showed no potential whatsoever and is now just another of the mass of ex-Browns QB's that sucks with their new team too.

Quinn's so useless that I think Colt shows more potential - and that's saying a ton.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 2:54 pm

Hikohadon wrote:I find the plethora of KC fans on message boards celebrating Quinn's arrival and dismissing his past b/c "he was in Cleveland and Cleveland sucks" annoying.


Love of the back-up QB is universal.

Hell, I'd bet the favorite player of soccer fans in England is the guy playing behind the underachieving starter.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:09 pm

peeker643 wrote:
FUDU wrote:Let's be somewhat fair and not imply that Hillis was part of the debacle that was the era of Romeo and Brady.

Hillis deserves his own criticisms but AT LEAST he showed some NFL legitimacy at some point. Not sure you can say that about the former.



I didn't imply anything phuck wad.

I listed four prominent ex-Browns who had careers here end badly and are now all in one place thrilling the fans of another NFL city the way they thrilled us once.

Dipshit.


Dude.

Relax.

We're all happy said bunch is gone.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Hikohadon » Fri Oct 12, 2012 4:47 pm

Even though our team sucks worse, can we make fun of the Steelers for losing to the Titans last night?

They've taken an L against Oakland AND Tennessee now... might be too early to call that dynasty dead, but it's looking real sick.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby justmebd » Fri Oct 12, 2012 6:42 pm

Hikohadon wrote:Even though our team sucks worse, can we make fun of the Steelers for losing to the Titans last night?

They've taken an L against Oakland AND Tennessee now... might be too early to call that dynasty dead, but it's looking real sick.

You've got a defense that either is old, injured, or both; and an offensive line that requires at least one major knee surgery be performed before you are allowed on it.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:28 pm

FUDU wrote:
peeker643 wrote:
FUDU wrote:Let's be somewhat fair and not imply that Hillis was part of the debacle that was the era of Romeo and Brady.

Hillis deserves his own criticisms but AT LEAST he showed some NFL legitimacy at some point. Not sure you can say that about the former.



I didn't imply anything phuck wad.

I listed four prominent ex-Browns who had careers here end badly and are now all in one place thrilling the fans of another NFL city the way they thrilled us once.

Dipshit.


Dude.

Relax.

We're all happy said bunch is gone.


Emoticons are too hard on the phone. I'm phucking around dipshit. :thumb up: ;-) ;) :wink: ::doh:: :pb: :hide: :nanner:
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby FUDU » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:31 pm

I never fucking implied emoticons with a phone were easy.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby OldDawg » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:39 pm

FUDU wrote:I never fucking implied emoticons with a phone were easy.

:lmfao:
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby OldDawg » Sat Oct 13, 2012 11:40 pm

Hikohadon wrote:
jerryroche wrote:The season's still young, but at this point, Crennel, Daboll, Quinn and Hillis still have one more victory than Shurmur, Childress, Weeden and Richardson.

:gah:


So because our team is bad we're not allowed to mock other terrible teams?

PLEASE don't take that away from us. What else is there left for Cleveland fans to do?!?!
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby jerryroche » Sun Oct 14, 2012 8:37 am

OldDawg wrote:What else is there left for Cleveland fans to do?!?!

What we've done for the last 40+ years: dream about who to draft next spring.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Hikohadon » Sun Oct 14, 2012 4:27 pm

Quinn WAS awesome in that game today. That offense managed 3 points (the D got the TD). I don't know why I ever underestimated him.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill 2.0 » Sun Oct 14, 2012 9:04 pm

swerb wrote:I still can not believe Romeo Crennel got another head coaching job.



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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby justmebd » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:11 pm

Hikohadon wrote:Quinn WAS awesome in that game today. That offense managed 3 points (the D got the TD). I don't know why I ever underestimated him.

That high-powered Brian Daboll offensive scheme is just unstoppable. Must be why he's been employed by three teams in three years.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby FUDU » Sun Oct 14, 2012 10:26 pm

Quinn had the best pick 6 ever today.

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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby LarsHancock » Mon Oct 15, 2012 9:54 am

Hikohadon wrote:Quinn WAS awesome in that game today. That offense managed 3 points (the D got the TD). I don't know why I ever underestimated him.

Now now, the Quinn-fueled offense moved the ball sufficiently downfield so that when they punted that if the D held and forced TB to punt, blocked punt would wind up being a touchdown. That there is Romeo Crennell gameplaning 101.

And Quinn threw 36 passes NOT caught by Tampa defenders, including a pass as long as NINETEEN whole yards. That's nothing short of awesome.

Oh, we're not making fun of another team. We're making fun of the Browns when we mock the Chefs. It may be kind of classless, like making fun of a homeless guy that you see wearing the old shoes you gave to the Salvation Army. But those shoes were ugly! How can he wear those shoes? Why did I ever wear those shoes? Make better like decisions homeless man!
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby Gradysmanldy » Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:26 am

Have to agree, RE: KC fans.....when you meet them out and about in America, they tend to be knowledgeable and appreciative of the game. Some fan bases just tend to be easier to get along with; DC sports fans (all 17 of them) Carolina, Seattle, midwest teams, etc. Not spoiled with winning, capable of admitting faults within their side, can talk definitively about what makes YOUR team good/bad, etc.

To be frank, I went to a Ravens/Saints game last year, and the fans up there were pretty great. I almost felt bad saying that their team was a stolen traveshemockery and that I hoped they all woke up with herpes.

Almost.

BTW: Chiefs are the worst team in the NFL this year. If there's odds, I'd take them as most likely to shitcan the whole Front Office, QB, and clean house. (Even over the Browns, at a close second....at least there's potential on that squad)
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby FUDU » Mon Oct 15, 2012 10:40 am

IIRC it was Boomer and the crew on that show talking about KC and how much talent they actually have on the team but also how if the QB position is that much of a hole how it renders the entire offense virtually incompetent. They suggested that just getting competent play from the QB position can make a significant difference in an offense. I think as Browns fans we are seeing that now.

I mean let's face it you're going to get some bad plays from a variety of positions throughout a game, but it is exponentially increased when your QB is so shaky and mostly ineffective on a consistent basis.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby mattvan1 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:07 am

Gradysmanldy wrote:
BTW: Chiefs are the worst team in the NFL this year. If there's odds, I'd take them as most likely to shitcan the whole Front Office, QB, and clean house. (Even over the Browns, at a close second....at least there's potential on that squad)



The Chiefs and their incompetence and similar situations with other teams really confuses me. I thought Scott Pioli was uber smart and the brains behind the NE Pats success. 3 rings with his BFFL Mr. Bill. Then he goes to KC where he completely shits the bed and becomes the illegitimate love child of Savage/Kokinis. Dude has just made one craptacular decision after another.

What's up with that? Who can you trust anymore? The more I watch the more I am convinced luck plays a pretty big part in the development of a successful franchise. That and not naming Todd Haley as your HC, Charlie Weiss as OC and Romeo Void as DC.
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Re: Special Day Sunday for KC Fans

Unread postby LarsHancock » Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:31 am

mattvan1 wrote:
Gradysmanldy wrote:
BTW: Chiefs are the worst team in the NFL this year. If there's odds, I'd take them as most likely to shitcan the whole Front Office, QB, and clean house. (Even over the Browns, at a close second....at least there's potential on that squad)



The Chiefs and their incompetence and similar situations with other teams really confuses me. I thought Scott Pioli was uber smart and the brains behind the NE Pats success. 3 rings with his BFFL Mr. Bill. Then he goes to KC where he completely shits the bed and becomes the illegitimate love child of Savage/Kokinis. Dude has just made one craptacular decision after another.

What's up with that? Who can you trust anymore? The more I watch the more I am convinced luck plays a pretty big part in the development of a successful franchise. That and not naming Todd Haley as your HC, Charlie Weiss as OC and Romeo Void as DC.

I think the NFL is like the world - single men with too much unchecked power fail, no matter how brilliant they are. Organizations with a coherent system that functions as a team succeed. Question - who is the Steelers' GM? Nobody knows because he stays out of the limelight and just makes consistent winning teams (with a hopeful notable asterisk this season).
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