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Tides Changing

Just like many of you fans I have watched every Chiefs game since I can remember. Today reminded me of a game that took place of Oct 2nd 2005. 4 seasons ago the chiefs lost 37-31 to the Eagles which was the beginning of the end of our short but AMAZING offensive dominance, and the beginning of our current depression. During this game the Chiefs led 24-13 at half eventually giving up 24 points to 1 touchdown. McNabb threw for 369 yards and 3 TD's on 48 attempts, Owens caught 11 passes for 171 yards.  

Today for the first time since that day in 2005 the Chiefs supplied a suitable product on the field.

It has been a long time coming.... I have not felt proud to be a Chiefs fans (other then DT's hall of fame induction) in a long time

FINALLY!

Up here in Nova Scotia the tides change twice a day, it seems that things change a little slower in the Mid-West.

But now after so long it seems the tides, and times sure are a changing....... 

 

  GO CHIEFS

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