Wednesday Night O/T: The last of the NFL’s Top 100 will be revealed tonight, will Mahomes be #1?

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Welcome to AG’s nightly Open Thread, drop in and join a conversation, or start one yourself.

The NFL has revealed all but the top 10 of their yearly Top 100 list the past couple days, and the Chiefs have been well represented. Frank Clark (95), Chris Jones (52), Tyrann Mathieu (39), Tyreek Hill (22), and Travis Kelce (18) have already been revealed, with Mahomes announced as being in the top 10. Mahomes will presumably be #1 as his Super Bowl victory has pretty much cemented his place as the top player in the league, but this list has been known to have some unusual rankings. For example ranking Case Keenum #51 in 2018 (for comparison Alex Smith wasn’t ranked). So have those angry comments prepared just in case.

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gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 9:51 pm

https://www.yahoo.com/huffpost/bill-gates-coronavirus-testing-waste-213842512.html

Gates has warned for years that a pandemic could “kill more than 30 million people in less than a year,” and in June pledged $1.6 billion dollars to the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization via the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with $100 million going toward the development of a COVID-19 vaccine.

I WONDER WHAT TYPE OF CARS…THE NON PROFIT PLACE THAT RCVD $1.6 BULLION. are driving. Hmmmm. Let me think. Lol lol

ForeverRanger91
ForeverRanger91
07/29/2020 9:34 pm

I respect Damien Williams decision and I know that there are more important things than football right now but he just gave up whatever chance he had of being a starting RB in the NFL.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
07/29/2020 9:40 pm

I don’t think he’s done himself quite that bad, but it seems inevitable that if he does it won’t be in KC.

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
07/29/2020 9:43 pm

Chiefs are deep @ rb

IF…
Something happens LeSean McCoy & Spencer Ware are still available

upamtn
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 9:51 pm

LeSean McCoy & Spencer Ware are still available

bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 9:53 pm

Break glass in case of emergency. Lol lol

I do miss mccoy carrying football with 1 hand & fumbling. Over & Over…did I type over

QuackTastic
QuackTastic
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 11:25 pm

BuT tHaTs HoW hE cArRiEs ThE bAlL

pompano
pompano
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 10:18 pm

TLDR

WaywerdSon
WaywerdSon
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 10:20 pm

Get Spiller’s agant on the phone

upamtn
Reply to  ForeverRanger91
07/29/2020 9:49 pm

some things are more important than football … even to players

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 9:39 pm

Heard on the twits that the voting was done in November, so at the time Pat was struggling through injuries and Lamar was really hot. In fact, the comment predicted LJ winning out, and that’s how it pllayed out. Also why Clark dropped 10, which correlation triagulates to the same thing.

But they should announce at the beginning of every episode when the voting was done, and not leave it hanging in the air. Simple transparency would help a lot, but the NFL’s often averse to that, even over trivial matters. Then again, they encourage or at least allow the booth bozos to undermine the credibility of their officials on every replay review, so they prolly don’t much care. Hubris.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 9:51 pm

People are mentally lazy by default, Tony, even NFL players. Sure, they work hard mentally WRT football, but when it’s not their team/situation, I bet they do what most sportswriters do: Glance at the highlights, examine the standardized analytics, and draw their conclusions.

And to be fair, Mahomes playing hurt fell well short of his image. Is he better than Lamar? Duh, but the players are busy during the season. They don’t have the time to watch every game of every player involved in the voting. You are talking about end performance and I’m talking psychology here.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:55 pm

Remember that prior to SB LIV a lot of talking heads were still saying that our D was soft against the run, so SF would obviously win. It’s clear to me saying that just glanced over the season stats and left it at that. If they had paid attention to the scheme install and significant injuries and realized that the stats from the 1st half of the season were predictively useless, they might have realized the sea change there by the time we hit the playoffs.

Since they predicted SF due to our D it says they didn’t until proven otherwise. Not a difficult task in any individual case, but pretty sure I’m right more often than wrong on that basis.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 10:18 pm

See why I avoid all-time greatest discussions? But rankings lists sell well, you see them all over the place. Same with grading, if you pause to consider what post-draft grades for teams actually matter in terms of predicting anything. they’re essentially useless because none of them know the team’s plans for their picks.

Having Mahomes be Smith’s understudy for a year was somewhat controversial at the time, and there are still some who adamantly state that it was a wasted year and that Alex didn’t help Pat develop at all. Basically those who do are concluding that Andy and Patrick are both big liars, because their uninformed conclusion disagrees with their words.

upamtn
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 9:48 pm

well, he WAS the MVP of the Enn Eff Ell last year … a year ago Mahomes was #1 (probably) and nobody (here, anyway) was bitchin’

ForeverRanger91
ForeverRanger91
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 10:54 pm

He was number 4 last year. They had Drew fucking Brees over him.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:28 pm

poop occured

pompano
pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:34 pm

shit!

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:39 pm

well no carnal knowledge happened

Jump

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jABfEWeqro0

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:41 pm

yessir! how high?

pompano
pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:44 pm

FUCK THAT SHIT!
🙂

Last edited 12 days ago by pompano
pompano
pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:51 pm

What witchcraraft is this? You can expect a call from my people..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP5Xv7QqXiM

upamtn
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:39 pm

keep tellin’ y’all … they need MOAR RUNS

upamtn
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 8:45 pm

ok, the Roy-Boys still have ONE more chance here …

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:48 pm

They gotta get those feces coagulated. Almost out of time.

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:14 pm

it was a Royal Flush …

(sorry, I had to)

Big Chief
Big Chief
07/29/2020 8:20 pm

#4. Unbelievable.

Slayer0810
Slayer0810
Reply to  Big Chief
07/29/2020 8:25 pm

Have you not seen any of the other rankings so far? It’s completely believable.

upamtn
Reply to  Big Chief
07/29/2020 8:28 pm

so, #1 … D Brees? A Donald? L Jackson? (nahhhh)

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 8:29 pm

Larry, Moe, and Curly

who cares 🙂

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:30 pm

looks like a whole lotta people …

😉

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:02 pm

The Great Brady HeistTONIGHT, 8:00 PM ON FS1 75, 1 HR 2020Chronicling the disappearance of Tom Brady’s jersey following the Patriots’ Super Bowl LI victory over the Atlanta Falcons. The first on-camera interview with the man who stole the jersey is featured, plus behind-the-scenes moments from the investigation…

Seriously?

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 7:35 pm

How big is 1%?

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 7:40 pm

Depends on the size of whatever you’re measuring.

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 7:42 pm

1918 – Spanish Flu – 50 million dead
1918 – World Pop – 950 million
1918 – 5.26% world pop died Experts: TRAGIC EVENT

2018 – Seasonal Flu – 650k dead
2018 – World Pop – 7.5 billion
2018 – .009% worlds pop died Experts: TYPICAL YEAR

2020 – covid 488,729 dead & counting
2020 – World Pop – 7.7 billion
2020 – .006% worlds pop has died Experts: THE WORLD IS COMING TO AN END, SHUT DOWN ALL BUSINESS, CLOSE THE CHURCHES, RUIN WORLDS ECONOMY!!

1% of worlds pop right now would be 77 million dead. Now if 5.26% is TRAGIC and .009 is NO BIG DEAL, what the HELL are we doing!!

**USA stat: 600k will die of cancer this year | 150k have died of virus so far**

BTW: I can not take credit for above, I fellow biz friend of mine shared with me.
Let the debate begin? 🙂 🙂

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steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 7:52 pm

Interesting arguement

IF

the rest of the world had done nothing how many more would be dead also?

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 7:58 pm

I still plan on wearing mask — to do my part to ensure a full NFL year to see our beloved Chiefs

Win Back 2 Back SB, this year 🙂

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:06 pm

I do find this entire thought train interesting

most every country in the world is printing money out their backsides to keep their economies afloat

The entire world economy is linked together so it makes sense

Gold is running wild and Silver is at an almost all time high (thanks Hunt Family) @ 22.50 an Oz or something

pompano
pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:14 pm

I got some pre ’65 silver dollars to sell when it hits $45 or more.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:18 pm

Maybe Tony would buy it from you on a bet 🙂

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:18 pm

The New World Order in motion 🙂

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:19 pm

nothing wrong with that

We already are well on the way to that

both sides have benefited from that in the last 40 years

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:23 pm

haha

The US pays the Russians to take our asses to the international Space Station

Leaf
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:24 pm

Not anymore

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  Leaf
07/29/2020 8:26 pm

Has Tesla made a deposit yet at the space station

Leaf
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:29 pm

Yep. They went up at the end of May and they come home on Sunday

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  Leaf
07/29/2020 8:31 pm

Cool

That tech is worth trillions

the cars?

who cares

Leaf
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:35 pm

I like both. Both Tesla and SpaceX are changing their respective industries.

Last edited 12 days ago by Leaf
upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:38 pm

speaking of cars: Lamborghini is making a very limited edition car that’s SO fast … (“how fast is it?”) … it’s SO fast that it’s literally not street legal … like anywhere in the world

however, just store it with the nice folks at Lamborghini (and for the cool $2Mil price you even get a 24/7 “check on your car” camera) and they will transport it (for a fee, of course) to literally ANY race track anywhere, where you can race it (without competition, of course) any time you’d like

such a deal!

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:10 pm

and IF the USofA had done more early on, how many less would dead just in Amurrica

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 9:24 pm

That would have required wide-scale buy-in, but even handwashing was too much of a bother for most. I got a call from a cop demanding I explain myself after I had masked and gloved to get supplies at the grocer next door. Manager completely overreacted, saying I was trying to “create a panic” to them.

Doesn’t help that the cop demanded I be worken from a dead sleep to answer him and didn’t bother to really explain what the complaint was. I have PTSD, and having been threatened with a personal appearance from an impatient, aggressive armed gov’t agent it hit me hard. Fucking assholes. And today I saw that instead of flying Old Glory the dept. is finding their fake-ass imitations of it. FD, too, but that’s far less widespread. I don’t need reminders that their lives matter more.

MidKan Chiefs Lifer
MidKan Chiefs Lifer
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 9:16 pm

Dont act like the world did nothing with the Spanish flu. Obviously there were extenuating circumstances (war, medicine was not near as advanced, etc.) but they took measures to mitigate the pandemic. If you figure the death toll would be half what it was with the advanced medicine the death toll would only be 2.6% of the world population. Its incredible in a way,

pompano
pompano
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:12 pm

1918, not long after virusus were first identified and well before any remediations were developed.
Spurious arguement.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:15 pm

Agree with this too

the Dark ages and the Plague was blamed on everything except the fact there was no cleanliness amongst the populance

Asian countries are way ahead of the Western world in plague prevention

but totally dismantling what the US had already done on disease prevention was totally fool hardy

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 9:16 pm

I think that saying the far east had better hygine and thus fewer plague problems is a stretch. Rome’s culture practically demanded good hygene as a way of life, and the Empire was repeatedly ravaged by plagues. Not to mention that at least some plagues migrated westward to Europe, from the last I’ve read on it, which further undermines the concept. Just sayin’.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:26 pm

my bad to very different thoughts

the Dark ages

Asian current response

only 500 years apart and one blank line in my comment

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 10:00 pm

Oh, I’m not criticizing. I’m just bringing up a historically significant factor for consideration.

As for modern China, I have little trust for any information coming from there. It’s an authoritarian regime that had been working to make Hong Kong fully submit to their rule. But that’s prolly a different subject than you brought up.

pompano
pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 10:16 pm

Why do you hate Taiwan?
🙂

gonzangkc11
gonzangkc11
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:17 pm

True

pompano
pompano
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:23 pm

There were “anti maskers” then as well…the more things change..
There are also era family photos with the cat wearing one, cats were more argreeable in the past.

Last edited 12 days ago by pompano
steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:25 pm

I doubt the troops on the field in Europe were worried about a flu….

pompano
pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:32 pm

Well front line troops were not told, medics, Drs and logistitions knew sumptin’ was going on.
They didn’t know what. We’ve known a pandemic was imminant for decades and screwed the pooch.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:35 pm

Those people alive in 2118 be aware there is a 100 year virus

like Locusts it just crawls out of the Earth

pompano
pompano
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 8:41 pm

Yersinia pestis aka Black Death is still out there ( a lot of there0

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 9:12 pm

Be careful around armadillos, too.

pompano
pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:22 pm

true

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 9:11 pm

W had a response in place before he left office. The DNC could have called for its activation, but for whatever reason didn’t bother, instead using it as a partisan weapon.

I’m a broken record, but it bears repeating: We need a pandemic response network that stays entirely out of politics, so we can at least have reliable info and not the muck the pols and the press fling at us.

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:18 pm

you mean … *gasp* … SCIENCE?!?

wow, what a concept!

pompano
pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:21 pm

“it is what it is” “phenominal job” “like a miracle”…
FUCKTHATSHIT
why’d we throw the map out ot the gaddamn window at 75mph?

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:51 pm

Interesting numbers, but 1918 doesn’t make it past apple here. Far too primitive in science and medicine. As for the seasonal flu numbers, let’s not forget that if we repeat ’18 there will be 1 million plus dead, so they can’t be compared directly.

WaywerdSon
WaywerdSon
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 8:55 pm

A more recent example is 68-69 Hong Kong flu. Happened during the 68 campaigns, Woodstock etc etc. Very little attnetion paid to it, certainly no lockdown or social restrictions at all. Killed the equivilent of 175K today. We aint there yet, we will get there it appears but I will be surprised if the final death toll is very much higher. I am a survivor of the Hong Kong flu. Had it when I was 4. Went from being a really fat little toddler to rail thin and stayed like that until my 30s

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  WaywerdSon
07/29/2020 9:07 pm

Part of the problem with COVID is the variability of how it impacts any given individual. There are a spectrum of symptoms that we can’t really use to predict an outcome with.

There’s also the fact that our current death toll has come with preventative measures being taken. Nowhere near well enough, and nobody gave much thought to the consequences of the lockdowns, either. I have been preaching from the begining that “follow flu prevention protocols” doesn’t mean ignoring them the way the majority do during flu season, but I doubt it did much good.

What depresses me the most is all the anti-vaxxers out there, and the fact that they will campaign against a COVID vaccine once it’s been released.

pompano
pompano
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 9:15 pm

One study (no link, sorry) showed “recovered” cv19 patients 2/3 of which were never hospitalized exhibited heart damage consistant w/heart attack. We got no idea of long term effects if true.

Last edited 12 days ago by pompano
WaywerdSon
WaywerdSon
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 9:54 pm

You have to keep in mind that the typical COVID19 patient is not the average healthy individual on the street. The vast majority that have had any medical intervention at all are patients that are of advanced age or have serious medical conditions, diabetes and obesity in particular. That demographic are orders of magnitude more likely to already have undiagnosed cardiac conditons so its very difficult to really suss out what the cause was. Also pay attention to the studies, for some reason they have had scant coverage, but every single random sample population test has shown results that indicate a prevalence of anywhere from 10 to 25 times the known tested for cases. So we are looking at more like 60-75 million or more that have been infected and recovered, with no apparent adverse outcome at all. I dont think what we are seeing is particularly alarming. We were initially led to believe the fatlity rate was 3-6%. Its nothing remotely close to that, it seems very similar to 68-69.

pompano
pompano
Reply to  WaywerdSon
07/29/2020 10:14 pm

Neither of us really knows, no one does. This is a “novel virus”.
I say err on the side of caution.
The cost of overeacting may or may not be worth it in the long run. there’s no way to quantify that,.. the cost of undereacting is very bad.
Undiagnosed heart condition?…fuck ’em they had it coming is not a public health stance I can get behind, sorry.

WaywerdSon
WaywerdSon
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 10:18 pm

thats not what I said. What I said is that cohort is very likely to already have had the cardiac issues prior to covid, and covid really did little or anything, it just happens to be when it was discovered. its hard to say, but I dont think we are seeing a dramatic increase in cardiac patients. It impossible to know for sure when and how the damage occured. But in no way shape or form did i say Fuck em they had it coming….thats not there.

pompano
pompano
Reply to  WaywerdSon
07/29/2020 10:44 pm

I apologize.
We all need info we do not have yet before conclusions can be drawn.
But “very likely to already have had the cardiac issues” is a huge assumption. (Unless you mean most americans have cardiac issues, then nevermind)

MidKan Chiefs Lifer
MidKan Chiefs Lifer
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 9:11 pm

I cannot hit the plus button enough but I’ve been trying for awhile now.

pompano
pompano
Reply to  gonzangkc11
07/29/2020 8:04 pm

.5% (give or take) too many?

Leaf
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:23 pm

Nah

pompano
pompano
Reply to  Leaf
07/29/2020 8:35 pm

‘k

Leaf
Reply to  pompano
07/29/2020 8:36 pm

lol

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:51 pm

Frenzy hitting by the Royals

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:56 pm

still need more runs … about 15 or so MIGHT be enough

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 7:29 pm

Duffy’s looking sharp tonight, so 10 might be enough. 7 Ks vs 1 run so far.

upamtn
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
07/29/2020 8:11 pm

uh huh, sure … right … if you say so (cough*choke*cough)

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 9:44 pm

True enough – however, 10 runs would actually have been enough. Hell, 7 would’ve done it. Something might have gotten into his head, maybe the walk he gave up. He was visibly irritated by that.

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:30 pm

Mondesi is pissed

dropped to 6th in the lineup and he triples in his 1st at bat

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 6:36 pm

Mondesi has just not been playing smart baseball
some fielding gaffes and then he got lucky and a pop fly in the infield in the 9th and Mondesi got caught between 1st and 2nd and tagged out when the Tigers dropped the ball

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:27 pm

Duffy looking wildly sharp tonight

Strikes out the side

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:28 pm

*gasp*

we have PITCHING???

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 6:29 pm

One

We can only have one

Team Player
Team Player
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:55 pm

There can be only one.

upamtn
Reply to  Team Player
07/29/2020 7:00 pm

I nominate Mahomes

oh, wait! never mind …

upamtn
07/29/2020 6:24 pm

WE think he’s #1 and that’s really all that matters …

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 6:21 pm

Haha

I practice Roulette

then I decided to learn blackjack

then the Casinos all closed….

steve_chiefs
steve_chiefs
Reply to  Tony Sommer
07/29/2020 6:34 pm

I would definitely only use mad money on it

10% or something after maxing out all those retirement things

it is nice to have some money in the bank to chase whims

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:38 pm

I tried chasing Whims once …

… she slapped me

really hard, too!

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Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 6:41 pm

How did you do with Lollipops and Rainbows?

upamtn
Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:49 pm

rainbows … seriously, I’ve been TRYING to find that pot’o’gold for YEARS with no luck

lollipops are easy, but they’re bad for your teeth (too much sugar)

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Reply to  upamtn
07/29/2020 8:18 pm

Spoiler: A rainbow is a circle. Which has no end. Good luck!

stjoechief
07/29/2020 5:47 pm

You know who got slighted (again) in this list? Mitchell Schwartz.

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Reply to  stjoechief
07/29/2020 5:55 pm

Mitchell doesn’t give a shit 🙂

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Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 5:58 pm

Kansas City Chiefs player Mitchell Schwartz’s dogs are more famous than he is
https://www.insider.com/football-player-mitchell-schwartz-dogs-2020-1

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Reply to  steve_chiefs
07/29/2020 6:01 pm

The Pomeranians have their own Instagram account, @cupcake.the.pom, where Schwartz and his wife, Brooke, post photos of their daily lives and adventures. As Alma’s Emily Burack noted, Schwartz has 48,600 followers on his own Instagram page — the pups have a whopping 135,000.

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