Morning Huddle – Remembering Gunther, a Chiefs icon who took coaching to another level in KC

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Today we remember former Chiefs coach Gunther Cunningham. We also take a look to the new Patrick Peterson rumors as well as EJ Manuel retiring after 5 seasons.

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Posnanski: Remembering Gunther, a Chiefs icon who took coaching to another level in KC | The Kansas City Star

I have never known anyone quite like him. Football coaches are, by their nature, obsessive, fanatical, pathological even. They sleep in their offices, they coach and watch film until they’re bleary and spent. We’ve all heard the stories. Gunther took it to a whole other level. In January 1998, the Chiefs played Denver in the playoffs — Gunther Cunningham designed 73 new blitzes for that game. Seventy-three.

He used to make a game of his obsession. At 3:15 some mornings, he would call over to the offices of then (and current) Raiders coach Jon Gruden, just to see if he was in. Gruden was famous for his all-consuming work ethic. But he was never there at 3:15 a.m., and as Gruden’s office line would ring and ring, Cunningham would laugh and laugh knowing full well that nobody on earth worked longer and harder than he did.

Don’t Blame Patrick Mahomes If He Can’t Repeat MVP-Caliber Season in 2019 | Bleacher Report

Many factors contribute to these declines, but only one signal-caller, the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees, successfully logged multiple 5,000-yard campaigns. Yet Brees experienced wide variances in successive seasons. Even he, the NFL’s all-time leading passer, who posted three straight 5,000-yard seasons from 2011-13, saw slight dropoffs in yardage and touchdown passes. 

Mahomes posted only the third 50-touchdown campaign in NFL history, which doesn’t provide much in terms of statistical relevance. However, 12 different 40-or-more-touchdown seasons have occurred, not including Mahomes’ 2018 performance. As it did for 5,000-yard passers, production declined the following year. 

Generally, regression is viewed negatively. In this case, the term is used as a return to expected, instead of superhuman, levels. Mahomes remains one of the NFL’s best. He’ll be forced to deal with certain inevitabilities, though.

2013 first-round QB EJ Manuel retires from NFL | NFL.com

Kansas City Chiefs backup quarterback EJ Manuel has called it a career after five professional seasons. The former first-rounder retired from the NFL, according to the NFL Transactions report. The 29-year-old Manuel never lived up to his potential as the 16th overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draftwith the Buffalo Bills.

He started 10 games in his rookie season, and then was benched in favor of Kyle Orton in 2014. Manuel never regained the full-time starting job in his final two seasons in Buffalo before joining the 
Oakland Raiders in 2017. The Raiders parted ways with him in September 2018, leading to Manuel joining the Chiefs in February.

Patrick Peterson again rumored to be headed to the Chiefs | Fansided

Former NFL wide receiver Antonio Bryant did enough on Twitter to get himself more than 80,000 followers. He is using the platform to repeatedly spread rumors, the latest being that Patrick Peterson is on the move to the Kansas City Chiefs. He first tweeted about this potential trade a few weeks ago, with nothing coming of it. Now, Bryant has now doubled down on attempting to break this news with this tweet:

While Kansas City Chiefs fans would certainly applaud the move — their current outside cornerbacks include only Bashaud Breeland on a one-year contract and second-year unproven player Charvarius Ward — Bryant may be making some enemies if his predictions continue to come to nothing.

Statement from Chiefs Chairman & CEO Clark Hunt on the Passing of Gunther Cunningham | The Mothership

“My family and I are deeply saddened to hear the news of Gunther’s passing. During his nine seasons as defensive coordinator and two as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, he led some of the most feared defenses in our franchise’s history with his energetic and motivating coaching style. Gunther made a tremendous impact on so many lives on and off the playing field in nearly five decades of coaching. Our heartfelt condolences go out to René, Natalie, Adam and the entire Cunningham family during this difficult time.”

Chiefs Top Patriots, Colts in Peter King’s Offseason 2019 NFL Power Rankings | Bleacher Report

The Chiefs were arguably the most impressive team in the NFL last season, earning the No. 1 seed in the AFC while leading the NFL in both total points and offensive yards. Patrick Mahomes burst onto the scene and performed better than nearly anyone could have dreamed, winning the league’s MVP award.

However, they have a lot of question marks going into next year. Running back Kareem Hunt was released and receiver Tyreek Hill is a mystery after being 
suspended from team activities following an investigation into possible child abuse.

The defense will also be without recognizable players like Eric Berry, Dee Ford and Justin 
Houston. Still, the additions of Frank Clark, Tyrann Mathieu and Mecole Hardman could help the team remain just as strong on both sides of the ball.

Rashard Robinson makes sense as cornerback project for Chiefs | Arrowhead Addict

Robinson does not have a clean slate even now. His college antics cost him two seasons and forced him to enter the draft earlier than anticipated. He was also suspended four games last season for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy—possessing marijuana-laced candy.

But here’s the flip side to this whole character coin: whoever takes a chance on Robinson will, hopefully, find a player who has hit rock bottom. He’s been given a chance and then another and failed to make good on either one. This time around, he knows is likely his last spell in the NFL before having to think about life after professional football—a hard reality for any player on the verge of not making an active roster. Every team just passed on claiming him when the Jets placed him on waivers. That’s a real stomach punch.

Chiefs Cornerbacks, Patrick Peterson & Gunther Cunningham – Q&A | RGR Football

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His last big OBJ "report" said Beckham was being traded to the Rams. Beckham resigned with the Giants later that day.

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Maslowskis Demon Barber of Skeet Street
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Grunhard on 610 telling some good Gunther stories this morning. Podcast probably worth a listen, cool stories about Gunther just sitting in the corner at a bar in River Falls watching his boys have a good time. Said Gunther would sometimes walk over, “Hey Grunny! Keep it down would ya.” Then walk back to his corner of the bar. Anybody heard any cool Gunther stories? Some of the ones of him and DT are the best. He was like a father to Derrick since Derrick mainly grew up without a dad after losing his in Vietnam. Can we get Gunther in the Ring of Honor he was a true Chief and always will be.

tsv0728
tsv0728

So….now that Bobby Kraft got the video suppressed, there is no evidence left to prosecute him. Does that mean I have to believe in my heart Bob isn’t guilty of getting a handy in a basement? Or can I use my thinking organ and determine that he almost certainly got a dirty handy, despite the govt not being able to prove it beyond a reasonable doubt because of the way the legal system functions?

Tarkus

From what I understand from the Tyreek Hill case, you’re not allowed to think he’s guilty until it’s proven in court.

workingmansdead

Au contraire. You’re actually only allowed to think he’s guilty until proven otherwise. At least that’s what I heard.

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

Depends which thinking organ you’re referring to

Slayer0810
Slayer0810

Did I miss the press conference where the police said they had video of Tyreek breaking his son’s arm, but it’s not able to be used in court because a judge threw it out? You’re trying to make a point but failing, because these situations are clearly so different.

tsv0728
tsv0728

Oh I see. The important part isn’t being proven guilty in court. The important part is police saying there was a crime committed. Noted.

Tarkus

I don’t know why they even bother with trials.

Slayer0810
Slayer0810

The important part for criminal proceedings is that it’s proven in court. The important part for you or I in forming our opinions (given we’re generally good people who treat others with the same respect that we’d want for ourselves in a similar situation) is that we don’t condemn without proof. And so here’s what we know about Kraft: 1) The police claim they have the sex act on tape 2) The judge threw out said tape only because the investigators didn’t sufficiently protect the privacy of other legal patrons in the obtaining of the footage. 3) Kraft apologized for the incident: “I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard.” So based on the evidence, we can be certain that Kraft participated in illicit sexual conduct while at the spa. What we can’t do (and I’ve never said differently) is accuse Kraft of being part of a human trafficking ring and/or claim that he must have known about the trafficking. The body of evidence clearly says he was involved with the former, but no evidence has come out to prove the latter. So if you find it immoral or disgusting to engage in and pay for those sexual activities at a massage parlor, you’re entitled to your feelings of disgust. You are not, however, legitimate if you’re angry at Kraft or calling for NFL punishment based on the human trafficking piece of the story. Here’s what we know about the Hill case: 1) Police believe something bad happened to the child, but they have no evidence about who specifically was involved with the incident. 2) Police had wrapped up investigation in the matter until this latest secret recording came up, though the recording provides little additional clarity in the situation, particularly considering that he and his fiancee have clearly had some relationship issues that call into question whether that recording reflects reality. (The fact that she basically baited him for answers, and we still have nothing definitive says something) 3) Hill… Read more »

tsv0728
tsv0728

I don’t really have any disagreement with your post. My initial point (back in the Reek posts) was only that someone being found guilty in the court of law is not and should not be the threshold that a private citizen uses to form an opinion on an alleged criminals likely guilt. The courts are weird. You can throw out a video of a dude getting a handy, when the crime he is accused of is getting a handy. You don’t seem to disagree with that. Does that leave a ton of gray area where reasonable people can disagree about an alleged criminals likely guilt. Sure, but who cares. We aren’t going to be throwing them in jail with our thoughts and prayers. Specifically on the Reek thing. The cop said unequivocally that a crime was committed. He might be wrong or lying, but he did say that. That is evidence we can use to form our opinions. Reek beat up a pregnant chick. Also evidence we can reasonably use to form our opinions. The chick seemed to say she was trying to protect Reek from the investigation with implications that she was lying to do so. Evidence to form our opinions. I’ll cut it short there, but I could list 5 other or more other potential data points. Reasonable people can disagree on the likelihood that Reek committed a criminal act of abuse against his son. It would be unreasonable to say you KNOW he did, but IMO of course, it isn’t unreasonable to say you want him off the team because you are sure he is a giant POS and likely a child abuser.

Slayer0810
Slayer0810

Maybe I just came into it with the background that I’ve had in previous discussions, but I wouldn’t (and I don’t think many others would either) argue that innocence/guilt in court is the standard for my personal opinion about someone. However, I would argue that the idea of “innocent until proven guilty” is a common-sense standard that applies much more broadly than just in a courtroom. A person can certainly choose to take the “guilty until proven innocent” approach, but I don’t think that person can claim to be a good and fair person while doing so.

IMO, calling for his job should (and I use that word intentionally, because I believe strongly that personal freedom allows for people to do/say things that they shouldn’t do/say) be based on a reasonable interpretation of the evidence. And if I were to use evidence to change your very last statement, it would read more like “…because he’s probably a giant POS and maybe a child abuser.” I just find “likely” to be too strong a word, based on the evidence that we have, to use when it comes to accusing him of child abuse.

So yeah, people can have whatever opinion they want to about Hill. But I will continue to argue that those who are calling for punitive measures to be taken by the Chiefs or the NFL are not being fair to him based on what we know.

starry1
starry1

I didn’t want to see the old fart’s winky getting waxed while fingers were up his butt anyway.

tsv0728
tsv0728

Well…that is a mental image you should have never conjured, and definitely shouldn’t have forced on the community!

starry1
starry1

If I suffer you all suffer. It is known.

BleedingRedAndGold

From what I have read, the video was suppressed because it was illegally made or obtained. Not allowing the police to break the law in order to obtain evidence is a very good idea, one we could use more of. As for Kraft getting a handy, so what? The case against the place for human trafficking fell apart, so all there is left is solicitation of prostitution, which normally doesn’t even make local news when there’s an arrest made.

Of course, there is a way to make human trafficking less profitable and sustainable, but few people will like what it entails. So of course the gov’t will continue to flail around doing things that will do as much to stop it as banning pot stopped heroin use. *Shrug*.

tsv0728
tsv0728

Yeah, I’ve got no issue with the courts suppressing the video if there was just cause. I support all reigning in of police power, because the opposite is much more dangerous. I also don’t give a shit that Bob got a handy from a consenting adult in a basement, and believe 100% that it should be perfectly legal. I was just pointing out that the fact that he is going to get off (I’m a punny guy), doesn’t mean I as a thinking human need to believe in my heart that Bob isn’t guilty of the alleged crime. Then tying that thought process back to the Reek case.

1wombat
1wombat

I think Brooke found Andy’s cheeseburger stash!

kcfreak725
kcfreak725

Not Chiefs related but thought I’d share…I’m getting married today. It still hasn’t hit me yet, tho I assume it will once I’m actually there

CHIEFSandSABRES

Congrats!

Anthony Stratton

Congrats!

workingmansdead

Damn! Congratulations! My one year anniversary is in 5 days.

Anthony Stratton

Congrats on surviving!

workingmansdead

Haven’t made it just yet. I have a week long trip with her folks and sister next week, so I may not make it back home.

Anthony Stratton

True…

Tyrone
Tyrone

Congratulations

ElPasoJason
ElPasoJason

Congrats!

Maw423
Maw423

Congratulations

zulu trader
zulu trader

. . .sorry

Maslowskis Demon Barber of Skeet Street
Maslowskis Demon Barber of Skeet Street

Congrats!! Im told first five years are the hardest. Like Growing Pains in a marriage. I will be at five years in December and can say each year has gotten easier, granted we brought a child in year one that wrecked our shit so it had nowhere to go but up.

CHIEFSandSABRES

Would you take back the Frank Clark trade, and give the same comp for Patrick Peterson? Who is more valuable to this team going forward, the dude we already have or PP?

Anthony Stratton

Pat Pete, no doubt for me.

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

I like the idea of building the best DL you can, especially for a 4-3 defense. And Spags is all about it, too. They had Frank Clark rated as the second best edge defender, next to Khalil Mack.

CHIEFSandSABRES

Our DL last year was serviceable, thanks to CJ95. Secondary was garbage. I’d take Patrick Peterson right now in a heartbeat compared to Clark, given the above scenario.

Leaf
Leaf

On paper is agree with you. The secondary has always appeared to be the bigger issue. But not knowing exactly what’s more important in Spags D to run it effectively, it’s really hard to say which would truly have been the better move.

HawaiiFiveOh
HawaiiFiveOh

No matter what defense you’re in, a strong front line is important.

starry1
starry1

I would rather have PP, but no to giving up as much draft capital as we did.

Maslowskis Demon Barber of Skeet Street
Maslowskis Demon Barber of Skeet Street

Was that a Tank Tyler sighting? He became a force for the Dodge City Law of the Champions Indoor football league. Good 3rd round value! One of many wasted defensive line picks of the late 90s early 00s.

Warpath
Warpath

Video evidence got tossed. Looks like Kraft may walk.

ArrowheadRed
ArrowheadRed

Bobby Kraft isn’t walking. He has a chauffeur.

Tarkus

Good.

KCChef
KCChef

WTF is TMZ When You NEED Them ? …

Anthony Stratton

You jerking me around?

Fire_FG_the_moron
Fire_FG_the_moron

Yes, yes she was

Team Player
Team Player

Welcome to the Big Time. Stratton retweeted by Seth

Anthony Stratton

Actually Terez retweeted me…Seth RT’d Terez’s RT of me.

ElPasoJason
ElPasoJason

Yeah, Antonio Brown’s PREDICTIONS are what will earn him enemies ………

Maybe he’ll get a few more but most people are following him, I’m sure, because … who doesn’t like to watch a nice train wreck from time to time.

EDIT: Sporting let me know I can’t read this morning … I’m dumb. I’ll show myaelf out.

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

Re: Patrick Peterson, I dont want to give up any more firsts but his price tag cap wise is pretty intriguing.

Anthony Stratton

Before the Frank Clark trade we ran some polls on twitter that showed at the time the majority of fans would rather have given a 1st for P2 than a 2nd for Frank Clark…

Slayer0810
Slayer0810

I agree with that. If I knew that we were going to have give a first for one of them, I would rather have done it for Patrick Peterson than for Clark.

But right now, we’re not discussing trading a pick from this last draft for PP, we’re arguing whether we should trade a 1st from the 2020 draft. Also, I’m suspicious that PP with a cheap (for his production) two-year contract would end up costing more than a first, considering Frank Clark on the tag netted Seattle a 1st + 2nd. It just sounds a lot to me like mortgaging our future for the sake of the present when I think we could be successful both now and later.

Anthony Stratton

The Chiefs are showing they’re going all-in on a 2-3 year window…

So why not go “all in”?

StramtoReid
StramtoReid

Dayton Moore went all in during the 2015 season, what if the Royals didn’t win the World Series ? We would be stuck rebuilding without a ring. Since the Royals won, I wouldn’t change a thing.

My problem is, I’m thinking dnysity, so it’s hard for me to support giving up a # 1 draft pick. Let’s say Hill only gets suspended, but the Chiefs are going to let Hill walk at the end of the year. Should we try to trade Hill for P.P ?

ChiefUdall
ChiefUdall

I don’t think they are going “all in” in the 2-3 year window. I think that they are adding some prized pieces and will continue building through the draft. Don’t we have all 7 rounds of picks next year plus a 4th rd comp? I look at it as we are super bowl contenders and are switching a defense scheme while still be SB contenders. We needed to get a couple prized pieces to the puzzle to ensure the transition doesn’t take us out of being contenders. With our offense, we need a defense to be 18-24 range. I feel with our D line and new safety’s we are in that range now.

Anthony Stratton

If you look at the contracts they are definitely all in on a 2-3 year window. At that time we’ll have to cut Hitchens, Mathieu and Clark and the only 1st round pick of ours projected to be on the team as of this moment is Mahomes (plus whoever in the future).

Veach is building a team via FA and its a 3 year window tops.

Tarkus

Aren’t most free agents 2-3 years? I’m assuming we’ll always have free agents signed for 2-3 years.

Anthony Stratton

Not if you’re giving out smart contracts…

Also, most teams don’t go out and sign 2 top tier FA contracts the same year. You spread them out. Oh, and both our starting CB’s aren’t under contract next year and we have no talent on the roster developing to replace them, so there’s a couple more fat dumb contracts we probably give out next year to re-sign or replace them…

ChiefUdall
ChiefUdall

In 3 years I figure they would have drafted a replacement for Hitch and HB, Why do they have to cut Clark? Salary cap goes up every year and we only have Chris Jones and Pat that will require massive deals. I guess I don’t see how we only have a 3 year window. Every team supplements the draft with free agency. We had to do a lot switching schemes / DC this off season.

Anthony Stratton

If you look at the entirety of the roster/contracts projected out over the years, with Jones and Mahomes contracts in mind you start to see the problems that are going to arise…

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

I would guess that’s because PP has more name recognition. Frank Clark is young and a budding star

Anthony Stratton

No, its because people could admit he wasn’t Elite before we traded for him. Now they’re just justifying the comp we gave up to not feel like we got hosed.

starry1
starry1

We got hosed. I think Clark will do well here, but he’s not prime JH50, therefore not worth the picks we gave up for him.

Anthony Stratton

Picks AND contract…

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

….which we’d have to pay to PP, regardless. Elite player & new team? Show him the money.

And AZ would not auction him off to us; I’m sure we’d have to give up @ LEAST a 1.

Anthony Stratton

P2 still has 2 years remaining on his contract and I woulda happily given a 1st for him.

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

…and the money? He’s asking his next employers for more money. That’s just happening, it’s good business for the player

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

Note, you’re a noted/admitted JH50 homer, too….there is that.

I think Clark’s going to impress. And I think we’ll be elated he’s here.

starry1
starry1

What does that have to do with anything? Prime JH50 was better. There is no arguing that.

KCRowdy
KCRowdy

Maybe one year was really a prime.. after his injury from being leg-whipped by one of our own, he never was the same IMHO. And he certainly wasn’t worth what we were paying him anymore.,, again all IMHO

I’m happy with Clark. IF we can get PP, even for a 1st next year, I’d say take it. But I wouldn’t give up anymore than that.

starry1
starry1

.

NHChiefsfan
NHChiefsfan

Houston had one really elite year. He had a couple other years that were good to pretty good. The rest of the time he was injured. So yes we can argue that.

starry1
starry1

That’s hardly his fault when Sutton kept dropping him into coverage on WR1s.

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

Prime Houston was a beast. 110% agree.
Clark’s not prime yet. Time’s still ticking.

And you love you some Houston, that’s all I was saying.

(FWIW I wouldn’t have cut 50 Sack, I’d have kept him…maybe on some Hali-type “third and fourth year” extention BS that you, I, and the capologist all know ain’t happening).

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

I hope you’re wrong. I admit I didnt even know who Frank Clark was. Though I dont follow the NFL closely outside of the chiefs and maybe the skins. I’m pinning my hopes on hearing that Clark was their second best rated edge defender next to Khalil Mack. Now it’s up to debate if that’s true, obviously, but I trust Andy gave his nod of approval on the signing.

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

We paid retail, sure. Only an idiot would/could deny that. And if at ALL possible, one should avoid that. We didn’t.

But if his trajectory keeps rising will he be worth it?

All too often we complain that contracts pay for what’s BEEN done, when it ought to be for what’s TO come. (See: Hali, Berry, even JH). Clark’s deal is definitely paying on what appears to be coming.

Anthony Stratton

What trajectory? He’s been the same 9-12 sack guy every year. There’s no trajectory.

KCRowdy
KCRowdy

So you’re saying there is no hope for improvement eh?

9-12 sacks isn’t bad, and again, he’s still young.

Plus I never saw any tape of him running away from a ball carrier.. just saying

Anthony Stratton

I’m guessing you didn’t watch every snap of his rookie season either.

And no, I never said that, but people keep talking about his trajectory and how he’s trending up, but he’s been pretty much the same player every year.

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

I’m guessing you didn’t watch every snap of his rookie season either.

K, I’m inferring that you DID, then? And are confident that I have not? Or am I just the Breeland Speaks of commenters, and too fat to pick up what you’re laying down?

1) Pretty twisted world, when a consistent 9-12 sacks per year is somehow seen as a negative.
2) So a guy in an updated scheme and with different coaching can’t potentially up his game?

Please note, this also means his game could worsen with those two factors, I’ll grant that. And that’d render this deal no different than several big deals we’ve done on defense since 2012.

Maw423
Maw423

How much of an impact do y’all think the upgrade at safety will impact our CBs on game day?

SCKSChief
SCKSChief

I’m more interested in the upgrades on the DL and the change of scheme, TBH. I think the D is better all around and it should show up on the TV on game day.

Anthony Stratton

Quite a bit since we’ll be running a lot more zone.

The question for me is more about whether we can cover up thr deficiencies of the lb corps

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

Or if the LB’s have improved any over the offseason. (It can/does happen).

Team Player
Team Player

And pigs have flown (coach)

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

Clarifying —- I expect improvement from DOD, perhaps Neimann, and I’d imagine one of our young developmental guys (Ray Ray Davison and one or the other of our UDFA’s, Johnson or Harris) will step up and earn some PT.

The rest of the crew?

* Ragland needs to lose weight if he’s going to play in this scheme. It’d help his knee, too.
* Hitchens, I don’t even know. His tape last year is a damn travesty but he looked like a competent pro in the past. Anything goes. Worst LB in the NFL in ’18, so, fuck…anything goes.
* Attaochu also needs to lose a little weight, hopefully his injuries are behind him (highly doubtful).
* Martrell Spaight, I don’t even know who the hell he is. Maybe he changes my mind (highly doubtful).

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

Why do you hate Gary Johnson

Leaf
Leaf

Because he took votes from Hillary and now we are stuck with an oompa loompa. 😜

QuackTastic
QuackTastic

Lol. I actually voted for GJ because I physically couldn’t stomach voting for HRC or DJT

go_saleaumua
go_saleaumua

I don’t. See the first part of my comment….

If he can ‘loosen’ his hips a little, we might have ourselves a WILL.

KC Dude (A.K.A Zif)

I have even posted video evidence of this. I think it’s time we change the saying to “when pigs fly first class.”

KCRowdy
KCRowdy

Is it a snap shot of Pink Floyd’s Animals album? : > )

ArrowheadRed
ArrowheadRed

The question for me is can the Chiefs stop Tom Brady on 3rd & 10 when it’s 33-33 with 1:40 left.

Big Chief
Big Chief

If we don’t position our safeties 18-20 yards from the LOS we had a decent shot of stopping him last time. Ridiculous calls by Sutton. I doubt Spags makes the same mistake.

Anthony Stratton

Good morning AG

SCKSChief
SCKSChief

Howdy-ho, Tony.

KCChef
KCChef

Quit Talkin’ ta My Ho ,or, There’s gunna be Trouble … : )

Team Player
Team Player

PP to KC. It just makes SO much sense
Why hasn’t it happened yet?

Anthony Stratton

Because Chiefs

Tarkus

Because Cardinals