Dec. 13, 2013 |
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It will be funny to hear what the majority has to say when the Chiefs are good again in the very near future. Most of the "no' voters are likely the same people who now wont go to KU games this year. It is sad how football fans around here are mostly the bandwagon variety. The Chiefs have a great chance to win, and do well this season.
wtfe, used to keep track of them for years, to many letdowns.. just like the royals, the only reason the crowd the have is to see the other teams... LMAO !
I always root for the Chiefs to win. However, we're talking about an organization that hasn't won a playoff game in SEVENTEEN years. They've got two playoff appearances (losses) in the last twelve years. They have won a whopping TEN games COMBINED in the last three seasons.
That kind of poor performance is likely indicative of poor performance in the near future. While I'd love to see them turn it around, the POOR PRODUCT they have been putting on the field does not make me want to spend MY time and money (neither one an unlimited resource) on the Chiefs.
Is that what you would call a bandwagon fan? If so, I don't mind that tag. If the only other alternative is to spend 8-10 hours every home game Sunday driving to Missouri, paying $20 to park my car, spending literally hundreds of dollars per week on a crappy product, or even wasting my time watching Herm Edwards manage the clock like a two year old, I don't mind being a bandwagon fan.
If you think it makes you somehow a BETTER fan to support an underperforming organization, then you should continue to do so as you see fit. If you think it somehow gives you a greater appreciation for the success of a team to spend your time and money on them when they are NOT successful, then by all means, follow your heart.
I don't know. Will KU beat Georgia Tech?
They will get their shorts handed to them.... and alot more games as such.... LMAO..
LMAO indeed. Here's hoping for "alot more games as such...," whatever language that is.
ESPN the Magazine picked KC to win their division this season. They did NOT pick KU to win their division, however.
If the Chiefs can get pressure on Rivers, I believe they will win. They couldn't have caught SD at a better time. LaDainian Tomlinson is gone (although Matthews has looked good in preseason), their starting left tackle is out as well as a starting wide receiver and Shawne Merriman isn't likely to play.
Arrowhead will be jacked for a 9:15 nationally televised start (despite Billy Ray Cyrus singing the National Anthem). I remember Buffalo coming in there on a Monday night many years ago (1991). Buffalo got their heads handed to them 33-6. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see the Chiefs win this game.
I will actually be at the game, but I am not getting my hopes up that they will win. Too many holes on the defense and o-line...plus I am not sold on Cassel.
Wouldn't be surprised to see the Chiefs win if the play jacked up the whole game and not just the first few series. The KC front 7 is just substandard and Cassell still has to show he can get it done.
Why does it matter?
Like WGAS lwctown ?
darn it, i said yes before i looked at the results and saw all the other experts besides me were voting no. i really do think Chiefs will win,
There should be an "I don't care" option.
I can't even tell you how many years they have been told that this is the year the Chiefs are going to put it together and they've got the TEAM. There are so many long-suffering Chiefs fans out there that are still waiting. By now, I think they go to the games for the tail-gating because otherwise the games would just be a major letdown.
Yes. The Chargers won't be as good this year as they have been in years past. Combine that with the Chiefs being jacked up playing their first Monday night game in years and it equals a KC victory.
The Chargers did show up and the Chiefs won. I knew they had it in them.
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