Lance Long

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devans said:
Yes and the Chiefs loss on Sunday brings a smile to my face now there is very little to cheer for with that team.
Outside of Mike Vrabel, Andy Studebaker, and Jon McGraw on defense, who played Sunday with basically one good hand (and made a nice one-handed interception), and O'Connell and Cassell on offense, their is little to cheer with this team. The had their newest acquisition "San" Quentin Lawrence in at WR. He was terrible, just like the rest of the affletic WR corps. The only afflete WR that has looked good at all is the old-timer Chris Chambers. Even on the Chiefs website, fans who write in to the blogs call Bowe "Alligator Arms"!
 

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Isn't it amazing how often one sees blacks with alligator arms yet they still possess this aura of "toughness" with the DWFs, while someone like Bill Schroeder alligator armed one pass in his career yet never lived it down. (It didn't help that Brett Favre screamed at him afterwards.) Running out of bounds untouched, going down easily, alligator arms, giving up on routes, defenders avoiding tackling, Academy Award-style drama on the field over the least injury, pouting and preening, that's what these "tough guys" have brought to what was once an extremely tough sport.
 

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Don Wassall said:
Isn't it amazing how often one sees blacks with alligator arms yet they still possess this aura of "toughness" with the DWFs, while someone like Bill Schroeder alligator armed one pass in his career yet never lived it down. (It didn't help that Brett Favre screamed at him afterwards.) Running out of bounds untouched, going down easily, alligator arms, giving up on routes, defenders avoiding tackling, Academy Award-style drama on the field over the least injury, pouting and preening, that's what these "tough guys" have brought to what was once an extremely tough sport.
....But they "look good" doing it, according to most DWF's. Apparently it's not just about catching balls, gaining yards and scoring touchdowns, it's also about the "wiggle" and "strut", and all of the other "blackisms" that have sullied the sport.
 
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