and I don't even understand the difference between a shot and a post and you'd think after all these years I would have gotten it but I haven't so you're all gonna have to forgive me for that.
I needed some help, and I knew that you would rush to my aid, and you did. I thank all of you for that.
I'm a pretty old guy, and I got introduced to the internet when you had to dial a phone number to even get connected. And I found this bunch of people on AOL who loved talking about the Chiefs. That was when we had DT, and Neil, and Deron was out there in the secondary and Albert was roaming around right next to him. We had a great line and we had Priest and Marcus and the Nigerian Nightmare running the ball. Hell, I'm so old that I firmly believe that MIke Garrett was the best Chiefs running back ever. Tip of the hat here to the great Joe Delaney. I remember Curtis McClinton. I remember Podolak. God, I'm old. And I remember Otis. And Lenny arming it out to him at the end of almost every game. When we needed to win, it was Lenny and Otis. And 65 Toss Power Trap. Man, I loved Hank Stram. Move over, Lombardi. Best. Coach. Ever.
You guys helped me a lot today. And you remind me of that great bunch of Chiefs fans I found way back in the early '90's.
There's just something about Chiefs fans. Can't explain it. It's just a fact. You guys are great.
Best. Fans. Ever.