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(USA Today)   How explosive was the Chiefs' offense against the Texans? The Chiefs' stadium ran out of explosives   (ftw.usatoday.com) divider line
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2020-01-13 7:10:34 AM  
That's great, but who are the "Chefs"?
 
2020-01-13 7:53:06 AM  
Texans soiled the mattress big time yesterday. Coach Butt chin gots ta go.
 
2020-01-13 7:54:22 AM  
Farking Tariffs!

/Thanks Trump!
//Go Chiefs!
 
2020-01-13 8:05:37 AM  
And you just know the Chiefs are going to a nail biter lose next when points are hard to come by, and Andy Reid can't manage the clock at the end of the game.
 
2020-01-13 8:39:04 AM  

The Smails Kid: That's great, but who are the "Chefs"?


Guys who roasted a bunch of Texans yesterday.
 
2020-01-13 9:05:38 AM  

Gooch: Texans soiled the mattress big time yesterday. Coach Butt chin gots ta go.


They seem to have a fetish for huddling.
 
2020-01-13 9:28:11 AM  
It's not like they scored 120 points. They don't have the fireworks for seven touchdowns? I'm surprised -- it's not an unfathomable score.
 
2020-01-13 9:29:30 AM  

dukeblue219: It's not like they scored 120 points. They don't have the fireworks for seven touchdowns? I'm surprised -- it's not an unfathomable score.


This.  The stadium crew was left with only snakes and sparklers.
 
2020-01-13 9:34:59 AM  

dukeblue219: It's not like they scored 120 points. They don't have the fireworks for seven touchdowns? I'm surprised -- it's not an unfathomable score.


Well, they spoil so quickly - don't want to be left at the end of the season holding a bunch of sour fireworks.
 
2020-01-13 9:38:04 AM  
But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.
 
2020-01-13 9:43:44 AM  

Serious Black: But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.


But if that means he stays with the Chiefs as OC for a couple more years, I'm fine with it.
 
2020-01-13 9:50:59 AM  

Ponzholio: Serious Black: But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.

But if that means he stays with the Chiefs as OC for a couple more years, I'm fine with it.


Oh sure! Selfishly as a Chiefs fan, I love that Mahones and the rest of the offense are keeping the offensive coordinator who's coached them to their most prolific output in seven seasons. Let's not kid ourselves and say Bieniemy's unqualified to lead a team. He's done more with the role than either his predecessor (Nagy) or his predecessor's predecessor (Pederson) did, and they had no trouble getting teams to sign them as head coaches.
 
2020-01-13 10:28:52 AM  

Serious Black: Ponzholio: Serious Black: But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.

But if that means he stays with the Chiefs as OC for a couple more years, I'm fine with it.

Oh sure! Selfishly as a Chiefs fan, I love that Mahones and the rest of the offense are keeping the offensive coordinator who's coached them to their most prolific output in seven seasons. Let's not kid ourselves and say Bieniemy's unqualified to lead a team. He's done more with the role than either his predecessor (Nagy) or his predecessor's predecessor (Pederson) did, and they had no trouble getting teams to sign them as head coaches.


Maybe if Chris Berman hadn't given him that stupid nickname, he'd have a HC job by noe.
 
2020-01-13 10:29:16 AM  
*now, dammit

/stoopid keyboard
 
2020-01-13 10:35:17 AM  
Reminds me of another incident...

In a 1975 game against the Oakland Raiders, the Chiefs won 42-10, prompting Warpaint to circle the field for each of the Chiefs' six touchdowns. Raiders head coach John Madden, following the loss, quipped that "We couldn't beat the Chiefs, but we damn near killed their horse".

That said, was Warpaint running yesterday, and has anyone checked on the horse today?
 
2020-01-13 10:45:53 AM  

Serious Black: But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.


Eric Sleeping With Bieniemy on NFL Prime Time!
 
2020-01-13 10:52:10 AM  

The Smails Kid: That's great, but who are the "Chefs"?


Andy Reid's favorite people.
 
2020-01-13 11:27:31 AM  

ReverendLoki: Reminds me of another incident...

In a 1975 game against the Oakland Raiders, the Chiefs won 42-10, prompting Warpaint to circle the field for each of the Chiefs' six touchdowns. Raiders head coach John Madden, following the loss, quipped that "We couldn't beat the Chiefs, but we damn near killed their horse".

That said, was Warpaint running yesterday, and has anyone checked on the horse today?


No Warpaint yesterday.
Couldn't see the flyover (the clouds weren't THAT low).
The firework launchers are preloaded and secured before the game. I guess they only have tubes for six TDs. Might want to bump that number up next year?
There were very very few Texan fans. After the visitor invasions by Packer and Viking fans, that was appreciated.
 
2020-01-13 11:29:08 AM  

Serious Black: Ponzholio: Serious Black: But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.

But if that means he stays with the Chiefs as OC for a couple more years, I'm fine with it.

Oh sure! Selfishly as a Chiefs fan, I love that Mahones and the rest of the offense are keeping the offensive coordinator who's coached them to their most prolific output in seven seasons. Let's not kid ourselves and say Bieniemy's unqualified to lead a team. He's done more with the role than either his predecessor (Nagy) or his predecessor's predecessor (Pederson) did, and they had no trouble getting teams to sign them as head coaches.


I wonder what's different about Bieniemy,,,,
Things that make you go hmmm.....
 
2020-01-13 1:27:23 PM  

dukeblue219: It's not like they scored 120 points. They don't have the fireworks for seven touchdowns? I'm surprised -- it's not an unfathomable score.


This wasn't the first time this has happened to Mahomes. He was on the wrong end of this game: https://www.espn.com/dallas/col​lege-fo​otball/story/_/id/11774126/tcu-horned-​frogs-fireworks-scoring-82-win
 
2020-01-13 1:29:46 PM  

The Smails Kid: That's great, but who are the "Chefs"?


"Great Googly-Moogly!"
 
2020-01-13 1:51:40 PM  
They had backup on the way...
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2020-01-13 1:59:13 PM  
This happened a couple years ago in Philly against Denver when the Eagles put up 51 points also.
 
2020-01-13 2:59:34 PM  

Serious Black: But Eric Bieniemy is completely undeserving of being hired as an NFL head coach.


He doesn't interview well, dontchaknow.

/note: not accounting for his lack of interviews
 
2020-01-13 4:46:12 PM  

StrandedInAZ: I wonder what's different about Bieniemy,,,,


Three arrests in his younger years might be giving GM's pause?
 
2020-01-13 5:03:49 PM  

buckeyebrain: StrandedInAZ: I wonder what's different about Bieniemy,,,,

Three arrests in his younger years might be giving GM's pause?


GMs care about arrest records from three decades ago when hiring people? Really? Let's run through the laundry list of awful behavior teams haven't cared about when hiring people:

* Rick Slate had no trouble getting hired by the Raiders despite being the subject of five separate orders of protection in the prior decade.
* Paul Spicer had no trouble getting hired by the Buccaneers despite being the subject of two separate orders of protection, one of which was granted.
* Mark Collins had no trouble getting hired by the Jaguars despite being the subject of an order of protection less than a year before taking the job.
* Skyler Fulton had no trouble getting hired by the Buccaneers despite being arrested for domestic violence less than a decade prior to getting the job.
* Matt Patricia had no trouble getting the Lions' head coaching job despite being charged with aggravated sexual assault more than two decades ago.
* Vance Joseph had no trouble getting the Broncos' head coaching job despite allegations of sexually assaulting two trainers while he was a coach at Colorado less than two decades prior to getting the job.
* Tom Cable had no trouble keeping the Raiders' head coaching job despite allegations of domestic violence from two separate women while he was their coach.

If GMs are going to stop hiring coaches with arrests and charges for violent crimes in their background check, they need to go a lot further than just not hiring Bieniemy to a head coaching job.
 
2020-01-13 5:41:35 PM  

sirrerun: And you just know the Chiefs are going to a nail biter lose next when points are hard to come by, and Andy Reid can't manage the clock at the end of the game.


LOL, wut?
 
2020-01-13 6:49:37 PM  

Serious Black: Tom Cable had no trouble keeping the Raiders' head coaching job despite allegations of domestic violence from two separate women while he was their coach.


And he broke an assistant coach's jaw.
 
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