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Morning Update (Fantasy Football Edition)

  • The poll to the right seems to be leveling off and Brodie Croyle is up by 12 votes. Make sure you vote if you haven't.

  • Adam has a damn good article at Real Football 365 that explains why Dwaye Bowe's presence will finally give us the no. 1 WR the Chiefs need.

  • Trent Green took a pay cut to go to Miami but the incentives and bonuses are still there so he can get paid.

  • We have two new diaries up so make sure you check them out (and start writing your own).

  • As usual, Jon from MVN gives us a great breakdown on the post Trent Green era for Chiefs QBs and what we can expect.

  • Baltimore Beatdown has a list of the reasons why Jonathan Ogden is the greatest offensive linemen of all time. Bait taken. Head over there and give them your thoughts.

  • Finally, go ahead and sign up for the official Arrowhead Pride fantasy football league. E-mail to get your name on the list.

The last time I checked I think we had 4 or 5 people signed up for the league so we probably need at least 10 more 14 total. My history in fantasy football is very good (rookie champ in 2003) and I dupe at least one person each year into an off balance trade that benefits me greatly. In 2003, I already had Priest Holmes on my team and traded Brett Favre for LaDainian Tomlinson. See what I mean?

More positional reviews coming up later today so check back in. And I was just about to hit publish on this entry when I read that Pacman Jones may be involved in a shooting at another strip club. Note to Pacman: If your drug dealer says you need to take it down a couple of notches, you need to take it down a couple of notches.

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