I went to the Minnesota Vikes vs. Raiders this past season and Al Saunders gave me a football for being a Chiefs fan.
I don't mean to clog up Arrowhead Pride with this stuff, but I'm a week behind! To be honest, I don't even remember what the play was. I remember it got blown up by Kansas City Chiefs' OLB Tamba Hali, though. I also know that Hali showed even the tiniest glimpse of defensive swagger and is therefore awarded with my second Posterized: Preseason Mode image. I'm still trying to figure out the right look and feel for these. Let me know what you think. Wallpapered as always
I'm trying to build up the momentum to do a series during the regular season. Posterized is the name I'm giving it for now, unless something better comes along. I'll be looking at some of the more "artistic" or "image-worthy" moments that occur in the Chiefs games. I'm going to start here: Javier Arenas completely dominated the Falcons' kicker. That left the biggest impression on me. This first image certainly isn't meant to predict anything (although 243 yards on four returns is really good), but Javier was able to win the rights to be in my first "Posterized" image. Enjoy. If all goes according to plan, this will be a weekly series, with a wildcard image for the bye week. Posterized: Chiefs' Javier Arenas Wallpaper
I have to admit, I never really subscribed to the whole "Don Pioli" nickname... but after being exposed to it over and over, and especially after seeing the efficiency by which he runs this organization, I couldn't help myself. I had to do a caricature. I know the front office is an odd thing to do a celebratory wallpaper for, but I think, like me, there are a lot of people around here that are becoming more and more impressed with the way this team is being built. I know it hasn't necessarily translated to the field yet, but the entire organization is just bleeding confidence. It looks good on 'em. As before, Wallpapers! Also, at the link above you'll be able to see a higher resolution version of this. the AP software tends to crunch them down a little bit, causing them to lose some of their detail
Tony Gonzalez signed this for me at Red Friday, his last year as a Chief. I was super happy, I couldn't believe I was standing right there in front of him. I also have one from Brodie Croyle and Donnie Edwards. But this one stands out!