I'm sure this has been posted many, many times this week, but I wanted to say it myself.
(I'll be in Sec 307, Row 35)
I hope that tomorrow's game is a beginning of a new age of Arrowhead dominance and a return to the glory days of old. We, the fans, need to establish this as a feared and dreaded place to play, especially in the playoffs. Every single fan should be on their feet unless the Chiefs have the ball. We need to be loud on every down, during every huddle, after every play!
We need chants of D-Fense!---D-Fense! and the Tomahawk chop during every break in the action. We need to let the players know that we are behind them, we believe in them, and that we will protect this house. We need the opposing players to leave with a sense that we are the best fans in the NFL, win or lose.
I will be in attendance tomorrow and hope to influence anyone around me who doesn't participate. To me, the point of going to a home game is to believe that "You" have a chance to make an impact on the game.
So who's with me Chiefs nation? Are you ready to stand, stomp, scream, cheer, pound the seats, and be rabid and crazy fans tomorrow?
What has Haley done to indicate he'll be a good coach..? Is it logical or hopeful to project Haley as a good head coach in the future? Is it because there have been so many good things said about him? Wait, there really haven’t been… Is it because he used to coach for Bill Parcells and his dad is a legendary scout, so the football pedigree has to be there..?
Kansas City Chiefs: Was this a misprint? Nope – it was a comment on the shaky state of the AFC West (the Broncos and Raiders are messes) and a warning to the Chargers that the whole coast-until-you-need-to-turn-it-on thing won’t work three years in a row. The Chiefs, despite their 2-14 record last season, were more dangerous than people realized by December and will benefit from new coach Todd Haley’s shrewd game-planning and new general manager Scott Pioli’s grasp of personnel. They’re my pick to prevail in football’s weakest division.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported yesterday that Haley, while technically not allowed last week to interview with the Chiefs, spent considerable time on the phone with Kansas City officials, ostensibly general manager Scott Pioli.
If you put down $100 in Vegas on the Chiefs, you'll be raking in $10k if they pull off a Super Bowl surprise.
Hey, is there any way for the Chiefs to hypnotize Larry Johnson into thinking every short-yardage situation is really a crowded bar filled with the boyfriends of women who just resisted his advances?
Recently we got together with Bob Gretz to ask him some questions about the Chiefs. Gretz talks about his new blog, some surprises of the preseason and has a message for Chiefs fans.
This week’s episode should be entertaining. Brick covers Renovations, the loss to the Cardinals, and JUST WATCH you never know when there might be a Brick HIT! BAM!