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(ESPN)   How bad are things for the Kansas City Chiefs? Their fans still rip on them after they deliver turkeys to their doors   (espn.go.com) divider line 66
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2012-11-24 12:24:21 PM
Should've kept Captain Neckbeard.
 
2012-11-24 12:26:47 PM

bhcompy: Should've kept Captain Neckbeard.


Agreed.
 
2012-11-24 12:31:52 PM

bhcompy: Should've kept Captain Neckbeard.


Actually, (Damnit) Orton would have done just better enough to knock them out of the top 10 of next year's draft.

This was really supposed to be the Chiefs' year. Before the season, so many people had them had them pegged as a "sleeper" that they weren't even a sleeper. Then the actual season started.
 
2012-11-24 12:34:54 PM

oh_please: Actually, (Damnit) Orton would have done just better enough to knock them out of the top 10 of next year's draft.


Which would suck if there were a QB worth taking in the top 10 this year. It's just KC's luck historically. Not to mention in the past nine months they couldn't muster enough to get into the RGIII talks and they get snubbed by Peyton.
 
2012-11-24 12:38:42 PM
Well with KC's football season shot might as well start looking forward to opening day for MLB. When do pitchers and catchers report to Surpise Arizonia?
 
2012-11-24 01:02:43 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Well with KC's football season shot might as well start looking forward to opening day for MLB. When do pitchers and catchers report to Surpise Arizonia?


Dude...don't tell me you're looking forward to the Royals. I guess the Chefs are that bad.
 
2012-11-24 01:13:21 PM
Great googly moogly
 
2012-11-24 01:19:16 PM
FTFA: "I told her I would relay her message to the whole team to work harder."

Sometimes hard work doesn't make much difference. In 1933, Gabby Street, manager of the Saint Louis Cardinals decided to hold two workouts a day, because "The Yankees do it, and they're World Champions".

Pepper Martin, their star third baseman told him, "Back home on the farm in Oklahoma, we got two mules. Now you can run them mules from sunup, to sundown, and they ain't gonna win the Kentucky Derby">
 
2012-11-24 01:31:41 PM

UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: FTFA: "I told her I would relay her message to the whole team to work harder."

Sometimes hard work doesn't make much difference. In 1933, Gabby Street, manager of the Saint Louis Cardinals decided to hold two workouts a day, because "The Yankees do it, and they're World Champions".

Pepper Martin, their star third baseman told him, "Back home on the farm in Oklahoma, we got two mules. Now you can run them mules from sunup, to sundown, and they ain't gonna win the Kentucky Derby">


Name the mules Cassell and Quinn and it's dead on. All you have to do is watch what happened to Jacksonville last week when they got competent QB play to see how much that position makes or breaks a team in today's NFL.
 
2012-11-24 01:32:18 PM
Well, maybe if they hadn't fumbled the turkey 3 times on the way to the door.
 
2012-11-24 01:34:33 PM
Well, with the exception of last year's Broncos, I should say.
 
2012-11-24 01:34:45 PM

TheJoe03: Mid_mo_mad_man: Well with KC's football season shot might as well start looking forward to opening day for MLB. When do pitchers and catchers report to Surpise Arizonia?

Dude...don't tell me you're looking forward to the Royals. I guess the Chefs are that bad.

Royals have always been my first love. Chiefs are more of an offseason distraction
 
2012-11-24 01:40:23 PM

Incorrigible Astronaut: UNAUTHORIZED FINGER: FTFA: "I told her I would relay her message to the whole team to work harder."

Sometimes hard work doesn't make much difference. In 1933, Gabby Street, manager of the Saint Louis Cardinals decided to hold two workouts a day, because "The Yankees do it, and they're World Champions".

Pepper Martin, their star third baseman told him, "Back home on the farm in Oklahoma, we got two mules. Now you can run them mules from sunup, to sundown, and they ain't gonna win the Kentucky Derby">

Name the mules Cassell and Quinn and it's dead on. All you have to do is watch what happened to Jacksonville last week when they got competent QB play to see how much that position makes or breaks a team in today's NFL.


And that's pretty sad when Chad Henne is a major upgrade at the QB position.

/Dolphins fan
 
2012-11-24 01:41:20 PM

Mid_mo_mad_man: Royals have always been my first love.


God bless baseball fans. We seem to get scarcer and scarcer every year.

/go A's!
 
2012-11-24 01:56:45 PM

RedPhoenix122: Well, maybe if they hadn't fumbled the turkey 3 times on the way to the door.


Came her to say this, yet you beat me to it.
 
2012-11-24 02:10:44 PM
I heard the patriots cut Deion Branch - when is KC going to sign him?
 
2012-11-24 02:21:04 PM
I've watched that video 15 times already. And I'll likely watch it 15 more.

"But y'all are coming up SHORT." Bwahahahahaha

/This is what a city-wide revolt against its most beloved sports team looks like
//Save Our Chiefs!
 
2012-11-24 02:49:44 PM
chiefs suck, raiders suck, chargers suck
 
2012-11-24 02:51:14 PM

RedPhoenix122: Well, maybe if they hadn't fumbled the turkey 3 times on the way to the door.


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2012-11-24 02:59:20 PM
Great googily moogily the Chefs suck
 
2012-11-24 03:10:33 PM
:(
 
2012-11-24 03:20:40 PM
FTFA: "She said, 'I'm praying for you guys. Hopefully you guys can win a game soon,'" he recalled.

Hate to break it to you, lady, but some things are beyond even God's power.
 
2012-11-24 04:23:58 PM
Shut up KC, you have Google Fiber. Don't ever talk about bad luck.
 
2012-11-24 04:52:44 PM

DeathByGeekSquad: Shut up KC, you have Google Fiber. Don't ever talk about bad luck.


Not everyone in KC is eligible for Google Fiber. And no one here is calling this bad luck, it's horrible personnel choices.
 
2012-11-24 05:13:10 PM

2BuckChuck: Great googily moogily the Chefs suck


But where's the beef?

/Get some fresher material
 
2012-11-24 05:23:08 PM
I dunno, when's the last time a KC qb slid into someone's ass which caused a fumble?
 
2012-11-24 08:00:36 PM
Wait till they find out the clink is louder than arrowhead.
 
2012-11-24 09:58:06 PM
Who's going to the game tomorrow? I'm making (have made) my yearly pilgrimage to KC for Chefs/Donks so I can see a football game the way it was meant to be played- terribly, and in the cold outdoors. Who's with me?

My extra bonus is confusing the hell out of the fans seated near me by cheering for "fantasy"- Decker/Bowe/PManning/JCharles do anything, it's GO FANTASY!

/currently in the HI across the highway from the stadium
//I swear they're running a combo daycare/dog kennel in the room next to mine
///any other farkers holed up here? meet me in the hotel bar, my wife's trying to sleep and my incessant clicking from diablo 3 is keeping her awake
 
2012-11-24 10:22:23 PM

eddievercetti: Great googly moogly


This
 
2012-11-24 10:24:07 PM
The best thing about tomorrow is that the Broncos can clench the division and a playoff berth with a win.
 
2012-11-24 10:43:05 PM

bel4sucks: The best thing about tomorrow is that the Broncos can clench the division and a playoff berth with a win.


So they can relax until Houston or New England smack them around in the playoffs? AFC West titles at this point are about as valuable as Zimbabwean currency.
 
2012-11-24 10:53:37 PM

Ken VeryBigLiar: bel4sucks: The best thing about tomorrow is that the Broncos can clench the division and a playoff berth with a win.

So they can relax until Houston or New England smack them around in the playoffs? AFC West titles at this point are about as valuable as Zimbabwean currency.


Possibly; they played a close game with Houston, and losing to the Pats@ Foxboro isn't really a surprise.

Either way, I'll be pretty happy if we get postseason Manning v Brady, act...5?
 
2012-11-24 11:26:23 PM

bel4sucks: The best thing about tomorrow is that the Broncos can clench the division and a playoff berth with a win.


Clenching should be easy Bronco fans, since they're such assholes.
 
2012-11-24 11:27:47 PM
*for* Bronco fans
 
2012-11-24 11:35:33 PM

Ken VeryBigLiar: So they can relax until Houston or New England smack them around in the playoffs? AFC West titles at this point are about as valuable as Zimbabwean currency.


No they still have their playoff ranking to play for. It'll still be fun to watch the Broncos clench their division after 11 games against the shiatstain chiefs, especially since more than a few experts picked kc to run away with the division this season.
 
2012-11-24 11:35:58 PM

grinding_journalist: Possibly; they played a close game with Houston, and losing to the Pats@ Foxboro isn't really a surprise.

Either way, I'll be pretty happy if we get postseason Manning v Brady, act...5?


The playoffs are nice if you're like Lions fans (or us Raider fans) who would gush over getting deservedly bounced as a six seed in the first round. The Broncos already had a decent defense and got Peyton as a 2-3 year solution to get them back to a Super Bowl. And while he can win the crumbling and rebuilding squads in the West all he accomplishes against better competition is losing by two touchdowns instead of four during the playoffs.
 
2012-11-25 12:30:51 AM

Ken VeryBigLiar: grinding_journalist: Possibly; they played a close game with Houston, and losing to the Pats@ Foxboro isn't really a surprise.

Either way, I'll be pretty happy if we get postseason Manning v Brady, act...5?

The playoffs are nice if you're like Lions fans (or us Raider fans) who would gush over getting deservedly bounced as a six seed in the first round. The Broncos already had a decent defense and got Peyton as a 2-3 year solution to get them back to a Super Bowl. And while he can win the crumbling and rebuilding squads in the West all he accomplishes against better competition is losing by two touchdowns instead of four during the playoffs.


I...what? I don't really know what you're trying to say. I'm a Rams fan who's going to the Chiefs game tomorrow because I like football. I'd like to see Manning v Brady in the playoffs (and as such seeing two of the GOATs go head to head) because I like football.
 
2012-11-25 12:36:40 AM

The Smails Kid: *for* Bronco fans


Aw, you don't have to clench for us. Just bend over, relax, and take it.
 
2012-11-25 12:42:08 AM

grinding_journalist: I...what? I don't really know what you're trying to say. I'm a Rams fan who's going to the Chiefs game tomorrow because I like football. I'd like to see Manning v Brady in the playoffs (and as such seeing two of the GOATs go head to head) because I like football.


More of an indictment of Broncos management for trying to entice the fans with a 2-3 measure that doesn't appear to have put them over the top and will mean when Manning leaves they'll be left with either an unproven Osweiler or spinning the wheel again on free agent roulette. Division titles are nice, but nobody remembers them if you flame out in the playoffs.
 
2012-11-25 12:52:43 AM

Ken VeryBigLiar: More of an indictment of Broncos management for trying to entice the fans with a 2-3 measure that doesn't appear to have put them over the top and will mean when Manning leaves they'll be left with either an unproven Osweiler or spinning the wheel again on free agent roulette. Division titles are nice, but nobody remembers them if you flame out in the playoffs.


HA maybe that's how it works in KC but Denver is known for their fantastic treatment of guys who win them division titles. For example, Tim Tebow, who was run out of town immediately following his last trip to the playoffs....okay, bad example. How about Jake Plummer, who was benched the next season with his team still in playoff position? Oh, that's another bad example. Um...yeah. Never mind.
 
2012-11-25 04:03:41 AM
Doesn't matter what their final record is, if they beat the Raiders at home, that's considered a successful season.
 
2012-11-25 05:00:31 AM
Broncos can NOT clinch this week.

Broncos are 7-3
Chargers are 4-6

Even if Broncos win AND Chargers lose, that puts Den 8-3 and San 4-7, meaning Den COULD finish 8-8 and San COULD finish 9-7.

They can clinch NEXT week.
 
2012-11-25 11:26:24 AM

Beer Drinking Masturbator: Broncos can NOT clinch this week.

Broncos are 7-3
Chargers are 4-6

Even if Broncos win AND Chargers lose, that puts Den 8-3 and San 4-7, meaning Den COULD finish 8-8 and San COULD finish 9-7.

They can clinch NEXT week


LOL ok dude. You keep trying TO stretch whatever you need to, the rest OF us here IN reality can see THE forest for the trees.
 
2012-11-25 04:26:15 PM

bel4sucks: Beer Drinking Masturbator: Broncos can NOT clinch this week.

Broncos are 7-3
Chargers are 4-6

Even if Broncos win AND Chargers lose, that puts Den 8-3 and San 4-7, meaning Den COULD finish 8-8 and San COULD finish 9-7.

They can clinch NEXT week

LOL ok dude. You keep trying TO stretch whatever you need to, the rest OF us here IN reality can see THE forest for the trees.


In order to clinch, it has to be mathematically IMPOSSIBLE for any OTHER team to win the division.

Also, you need to LEARN which words to CAPITALIZE to add IMPACT in your sentences.
 
2012-11-25 04:35:18 PM

Beer Drinking Masturbator: In order to clinch, it has to be mathematically IMPOSSIBLE for any OTHER team to win the division.

Also, you need to LEARN which words to CAPITALIZE to add IMPACT in your sentences.


LOL goddamn dork, still can't see the trees.
 
2012-11-25 05:45:53 PM

bel4sucks: Beer Drinking Masturbator: In order to clinch, it has to be mathematically IMPOSSIBLE for any OTHER team to win the division.

Also, you need to LEARN which words to CAPITALIZE to add IMPACT in your sentences.

LOL goddamn dork, still can't see the trees.


Welp, the Broncos won, but they still haven't "clenched" the division.

/BWAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH clench? BWAHAHAHAHHAAAA
 
2012-11-25 06:05:53 PM

Beer Drinking Masturbator: Welp, the Broncos won, but they still haven't "clenched" the division.

/BWAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH clench? BWAHAHAHAHHAAAA


Awwww TOO bad ABOUT your team, maybe they CAN finally score A touchdown against carolina.

But probably not.

Denver Broncos, 2012 AFC West Champions.

BTW, the Broncos HAD won that game before THE last time YA posted.
 
2012-11-25 07:57:42 PM

bel4sucks: Beer Drinking Masturbator: Welp, the Broncos won, but they still haven't "clenched" the division.

/BWAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH clench? BWAHAHAHAHHAAAA

Awwww TOO bad ABOUT your team, maybe they CAN finally score A touchdown against carolina.

But probably not.

Denver Broncos, 2012 AFC West Champions.

BTW, the Broncos HAD won that game before THE last time YA posted.


dude, you should really give up the capitalize thing, you just don't have the knack for it.

/clench
 
2012-11-25 09:40:16 PM

Beer Drinking Masturbator: dude, you should really give up the capitalize thing, you just don't have the knack for it.

/clench


Aw dOn't Cry LiKe A LiTtLe tWaT, it's NoT mY fAUlt YoUR tEaM SuCkS.

Maybe next year...but probably not :)

I know IT pisses you OFF about THE clench, but NO matter what you say, it doesn't change THE fact that THE Broncos are THE 2012 AFC West Champions already.
 
2012-11-25 10:19:10 PM

bel4sucks: Beer Drinking Masturbator: dude, you should really give up the capitalize thing, you just don't have the knack for it.

/clench

Aw dOn't Cry LiKe A LiTtLe tWaT, it's NoT mY fAUlt YoUR tEaM SuCkS.

Maybe next year...but probably not :)

I know IT pisses you OFF about THE clench, but NO matter what you say, it doesn't change THE fact that THE Broncos are THE 2012 AFC West Champions already.


You DO know you spelled clinch wrong, right? On several occasions..

clench:
verb (used with object)
1. to close (the hands, teeth, etc.) tightly.
2. to grasp firmly; grip.

CLINCH:
verb (used with object)
1. to settle (a matter) decisively: After they clinched the deal they went out to celebrate.

/DAMN, I just schooled the DONKEY!
 
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