2010 Chiefs

Discussion in 'Kansas City Chiefs' started by FootballDad, Jan 8, 2010.

  1. mattharper

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    Wow. Pope is the only one that knew how to swim. That is funny.
     
  2. celticdb15

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    cell phone in his pocket and all.

    Lol like he couldn't afford to buy a new one?? Big deal how deep was the pool 6 ft?
     
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    Despite what almost happened, that is a funny story.
     
  4. Highlander

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    If you can't swim, why have a swimming pool or buy a house that has one? And, if you have one and don't know how to swim, why not take swimming lessons? Doesn't having a pool party imply that there will be swimming involved?
     
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    Maybe they should have built a pool without that scary "deep end" lol. It's NOT supposed to be adults that are scared of going in the deep end. Leonard Pope could been showcasing his titanic cannon ball abilities to the partiers as one of the NFL's "larger" TEs. If he splashed enough water out of the pool it would have solved the pools "deep end" problem lol.
     
  6. celticdb15

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    I got to say that Jamal Charles is one black RB who IS NOT over-hyped by the Afroletic loving media. The guy is the real deal- and a pleasure to watch. He also seems to conduct himself in a classy manner. I had Jamal Charles AND Peyton Hillis on my fantasy team last year! We had a dominant season, but lost in the 1st round of the playoffs due to not playing one of our best players we thought was inactive with an injury, but went on to score 18 points. DOH! If we had played the guy we would have won the league. I won this league another year when I drafted Welker in the last round his first season in NE. I had Brady that year as well!

    If you guys would believe it, I drafted Hillis in THE LAST ROUND of a 12 team 14 round draft! I waited b/c I knew Peyton would be grossly undervalued. And I was worried Harrison would get most of the carries. Celtic, Gabe is that white rookie LB right?
     
  8. celticdb15

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    Yeah he played DE at Oregon State his senior I believe to help the team out. He'll be playing 3-4 end in KC though! at 6'3 250 lbs he benched 225 33 times and ran a 4.6 at his pro day, he's another fine white athlete to watch in the 3-4(Matthews, Zombo, Barwin, Reed, Kruger, Ninkovich, Roth)
     
  9. FootballDad

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    It's good to see the Chefs add another white LB. I just wonder where they're going to play him, on the left or right. Right now, the left side has Mike Vrabel with Andy Studebaker (who should be starting, IMHO). In a perfect world, they would have Miller back up Tamba Hali on the right side. That way, when Hali has to take a breather, Miller can be directly compared to what many think is the Chiefs best OLB. Hali is a good pass rusher, with good strength and quickness, but is a liability in coverage.
     

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