Chiefs Will See Wildcat in Philly … Tuesday Cup O’Chiefs


When the Chiefs coaching staff broke down the tape of the New Orleans-Philadelphia game from Sunday they saw plenty of Saints, a lot of Eagles and a healthy dose of Wildcat.

The Eagles worked the so-called Wildcat offense big against the Saints. Nine plays in all, including at least one snap in each of their first four possessions. And, they did that without Michael Vick who was still serving his NFL suspension. Plays like the one to the right where WR DeSean Jackson took the snap from center and handed off to RB Brian Westbrook.

But when the Chiefs arrive in the City of Brotherly Love on Sunday, Eagles coach Andy Reid will be able to add Vick to the mix as well.

“You know they are going to use him,” Chiefs ILB Derrick Johnson said on Monday, as the Chiefs came back to work to lick their wounds from Sunday’s 13-10 loss to the Raiders. “They aren’t going to have him and not do something with him. We’ll have to expect the unexpected.”

The coaching staff is way ahead of that curve. The Chiefs have practiced against the Wildcat over the last month, even though neither Baltimore nor Oakland used the offense. It’s popular with some teams like Miami, as the Dolphins used the scheme a bunch of times Monday night against Indianapolis.

And it appears very popular with the Eagles based on what they did on Sunday. They probably would have used it more often if they had not fallen behind the explosive Saints in the second half.

“I decided it was another little wrinkle we could use,” Reid told the Philadelphia media on Monday. “We’ve done a few gadget plays over the years and had some success with them. Every game we have one or two in there. I thought this could help us in the run game and the pass game in some areas. But again, just picking and choosing and using it in a limited way.”

With the inexperienced Kevin Kolb making his first NFL start, the Wildcat was a way to take some of the pressure of him as he replaced the injured Donovan McNabb.

“I’m sure some of it was because I was back there,” Kolb said after the game.

Added Eagles WR Jason Avant: “We’re trying some wrinkles there to take some pressure off Kolb.”

There were no common threads to when Reid went with the Wildcat, not down, not distance, not field position. Here are the nine plays:

  • 3rd-and-2 from PH-23, Jackson took the snap and ran for six yards.
  • 2nd-and-4 from the PH-18, WR Jeremy Maclin took the snap and handed off to Westbrook for seven yards.
  • 1st-and-10 from the PH-40, Westbrook took the snap and ran right for five yards.
  • 2nd-and-5 from the PH-45, Maclin took the snap, handed off to Westbrook, who then lateraled to Kolb, who lined up as a wide receiver. Kolb’s pass down field went incomplete.
  • 1st-and-10 from the PH-27, Jackson took the snap and ran right for five yards.
  • 1st-and-10 from the PH-37, Westbrook took the snap at ran up the middle for 16 yards.
  • 2nd-and-3 from the NO-40, Jackson took the snap and ran right for four yards.
  • 1st-and-10 from the NO-20, Jackson took the snap and handed off to Westbrook who ran for two yards.
  • 2nd-and-Goal from the NO-4, Westbrook took the snap and threw an incomplete pass.

That’s seven runs, two passes and the Eagles gained 44 yards from the Wildcat plays.

And all that was without Vick.

“If he’s available, you know they are going to find a way to use him,” said CB Brandon Flowers. “We’ve worked against those types of plays, but he brings another dimension because he can throw the ball.”

It’s Eagles and Wildcats on the plate for the Chiefs this week.

SIGNINGS, INJURIES & MOVEMENT AROUND THE LEAGUE

  • BILLS – will place RT Brad Butler on the injured-reserve list with a knee injury.
  • BUCCANEERS – will be without S Jermaine Phillips for six to eight weeks with a broken thumb.
  • CHARGERS – signed DL Alfonso Boone to a one-year contract.
  • FALCONS – will place first-round draft choice DT Peria Jerry on the injured-reserve list because of a knee injury suffered this past Sunday; signed DT Vance Walker.
  • JAGUARS – released WR Nate Hughes; will place WR Troy Williamson on the injured-reserve list with an arm injury.
  • LIONS – LB Ernie Sims suffered a “significant” shoulder injury during Sunday’s game and could miss the rest of the season.
  • PANTHERS – DT Louis Leonard fractured his ankle against the Falcons and is out for an extended period of time.
  • REDSKINS – will place RG Randy Thomas on the injured-reserve list with a triceps injury.
  • SEAHAWKS – QB Matt Hasselbeck suffered a broken rib on Sunday; status remains unclear.

FROM THE PAGES OF CHIEFS HISTORY

On September 22, 1963, the Chiefs and Buffalo Bills played to a 27-27 tie at Municipal Stadium. The scoreboard bounced back and forth in this one and it came down to the combination of QB Len Dawson and WR Chris Burford to even the score. Down 27-19 and with just a few minutes left in the game, the Chiefs took the ball on their own 49-yard line. Dawson moved them down the field, hitting Burford with four straight passes for 14, eight, 11 and then 19 yards for the TD. The pair combined on the two-point conversion play to tie the score with less than a minute to play. Burford ended up with 11 catches for 106 yards,

On September 22, 1968, the Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos 34-2 at Municipal Stadium. The Chiefs defense shut down the Denver running game, forced four turnovers and had five sacks. The Broncos only score came in the first quarter, when Chiefs P Jerrel Wilson fumbled a snap and was tackled in the end zone. The rest of the scoring was by the Kansas City offense, as RB Robert Holmes scored on TD runs of 17 and six yards and QB Jacky Lee threw touchdown passes of 20 and 14 yards to WR Otis Taylor. Holmes finished the game with 70 yards on 11 carries and Taylor had five catches for 82 yards.

On September 22, 1974, the Chiefs fell to the Oakland Raiders 27-7 at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. The Chiefs offense struggled for a second week in a row in the ’74 season and failed to score a point. The only Kansas City touchdown came on a 52-yard interception return by DE Wilbur Young. By the time he rumbled in to the end zone, the Raiders held a 20-7 lead. Overall, the Chiefs had just 48 yards passing, as QBs Len Dawson and Mike Livingston threw five interceptions. Oakland QB Ken Stabler was 11 of 25 for 165 yards and a pair of TD passes.

On September 22, 1985, the Chiefs lost 31-0 to the Miami Dolphins at the Orange Bowl. The Dolphins defense dominated this game, allowing the Chiefs just 15 first downs and 284 yards in total offense. QB Bill Kenney threw a pair of interceptions and the Chiefs were just six of 16 on third down. Miami QB Dan Marino was 23 of 35 for 258 yards and a pair of TD passes. This game was scoreless at half-time, but the Dolphins scored four second half touchdowns and a FG for a victory.

On September 22, 1996, the Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos 17-14 at Arrowhead Stadium. With a crowd of 79,439 fans in the stands, the Chiefs got the victory when RB Marcus Allen scored on a two-yard run with less than five minutes to play. Kansas City’s other touchdown came on an eight-yard pass from QB Steve Bono to WR Danan Hughes. K Pete Stoyanovich kicked a 37-yard FG. Bono was 20 of 35 for 242 yards. Mark Collins and Dale Carter had interceptions of Denver QB John Elway and Derrick Thomas and Neil Smith had sacks.

A SPECIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORY

Born on September 22, 1922 in Kansas City, Kansas was Ray Evans. He is considered by some the greatest athlete to ever attend the University of Kansas. Evans was an All-America player in football and an All-America player in basketball for the Jayhawks.

During the 1947 college football season, he led the nation in passing on offense and interceptions on defense. Evans college career was interrupted by three years of service in the Army Air Corps during World War II. His numbers in both football and basketball have been retired by the university.

Evans ended up being drafted by the New York Knicks in basketball and the Chicago Bears in the NFL. Evans played nine games for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1948, scoring two rushing TDs and throwing for five more.

He returned to Kansas City and got into the banking business at Traders National Bank. He was very instrumental in helping Mayor H. Roe Bartle bring the Dallas Texans to Kansas City in 1963. Evans helped begin and was an officer for many years in the Chiefs Club.

Evans passed away in 1999 at the age of 76.

SAY HAPPY BIRTHDAY …

Born on September 22, 1962 in Lake Providence, Louisiana was DE Leonard Griffin. He was selected in the third round of the 1986 NFL Draft out of Grambling. Griffin played eight seasons with the Chiefs (1986-1993), appearing in 103 games, with 37 starts. He had 16.5 sacks in the Kansas City defense.

Born on September 22, 1980 in Pasadena, California was WR LaShaun Ward. He signed with the Chiefs in 2003 as an undrafted college free agent out of the University of California. Ward played in one game for the Chiefs in that ’03 season. That was his only NFL appearance.

Born on September 22, 1984 in Houston was OT Herb Taylor. He was selected in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft out of TCU. Taylor spent two seasons with the Chiefs (2007-08), appearing in 19 games. He was released before the start of the ’09 season.


48 Responses to “Chiefs Will See Wildcat in Philly … Tuesday Cup O’Chiefs”

  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    Yeah…so? The wildcat offense only gained them 44 yards? We had 70 yards in penalties last week. If we let them have 44 yards from the wildcat offense and hold the penalties down to little or nothing I would be happy. The only thing is we need to keep them from having the big play. The most yards they gained from the Wildcat at one time is 16 yards. Everything else was short yardage. We need to be on guard to keep them from springing it on us to convert on 3rd down.


  • September 22, 2009  - Rip 'em a new one says:

    If I’m Philly and looking at tapes from the Chief’s first two games, I don’t see anyone that scares me on either side of the ball. Therefore, I might get cocky to the point of feeling I can have my way and do whatever for this ‘freebie’ gift game on the schedule.

    And that’s the Chiefs’ best chance for the upset: An overly confident Eagle team looking past the Chiefs. The Chiefs, on the other hand, should be looking at the Eagles as a Superbowl opponent, leave nothing in reserve, and go for the gold.

    If these two situations happen to converge, we could see a most interesting game on Sunday.


  • September 22, 2009  - ILChiefsFan says:

    I think the wildcat could prove to be just as much a distraction to the Eagles offense as a weapon.

    Looking at the Eagles, if the Chiefs had to play them in Philly, they couldn’t have picked a better time:
    - McNabb not playing, Kolb has been so-so, neither Garcia nor Vick have had a chance to get comfortable in the offense
    - Westbrook has a bad ankle
    - DeSean Jackson has a groin pull
    - Backups at RT, RG, and LG
    - Defensive Coordinator still getting used to the job
    - Backup at MLB
    - None of the safeties they’ve tried as replacements for Dawkins have shown anything yet

    Chiefs chances of winning are still slim, but the look better now than they did a month ago.


  • September 22, 2009  - ED says:

    I agree ILChiefsFan. I think its a huge distraction from the team really problems in Philly. Kolb still unproven guy. Their defensive coordinator and defense missing their emotional leader on and off the field Brian Dawkins. This team will over look us like Rip’em mention good chance to pull off an upset. I expect our defense to keep them in check and our offense I expect to get better with another week to give Cassell time to gell. Thing is he was rusty and I don’t expect him to turn the ball over in the opponent territory. He’ll continue to open up the running game with his ablity to pass. And we now have a decent group of receivers with the addition of Wade. Also the o-line is starting to be decent on occasions. This team is coming together now the have to learn to play for 60 minutes.


  • September 22, 2009  - ED says:

    I agree ILChiefsFan. I think its a huge distraction from the team really problems in Philly. Kolb still unproven guy. Their defensive coordinator and defense missing their emotional leader on and off the field Brian Dawkins. This team will over look us like Rip’em mention good chance to pull off an upset. I expect our defense to keep them in check and our offense I expect to get better with another week to give Cassell time to gell. Thing is he was rusty and I don’t expect him to turn the ball over in the opponent territory. He’ll continue to open up the running game with his ablity to pass. And we now have a decent group of receivers with the addition of Wade. Also the o-line is starting to be decent on occasions. This team is coming together now they have to learn to play for 60 minutes.


  • September 22, 2009  - Anonymous says:

    Rin Tin Tin is Jason Whitlock. You can believe it or not, but it’s a fact.


  • September 22, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    “Chiefs Will See Wildcat in Philly”

    - and the Chiefs will also see their 7th loss in as many games 2009; why? Because ‘I can take any – ANY – 22 guys from off the street &… go 0-7.” :roll:

    Speaking of another perfect winless jag those 19 signed and9 cut & not signed elsewhere :shock: & :roll: hand-pickeds continue to not play for any teams in the NFL.

    This while yet another Herm’s Chief DE Alphonso Boone has signed with SD with more still to come & sign elsewhere.) That makes it Herm’s Chiefs 4, ‘search’ & ‘check’ same 0.

    So then, to recap –

    Rin a perfect 6-0 the season, Chiefsfandumb 0-6
    Herm 4, :roll: & :shock: 0

    heh heh heh!

    FINAL SCORE THIS WEEK:

    PHIL 38 – chiefs 13

    :lol: & :razz:


  • September 22, 2009  - Josh says:

    There’s no way Rin is Whitlock. Whitlock’s vocabulary is poor. I bet he wouldn’t understand half the words Rin uses. Haha.


  • September 22, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Interesting too the numbers through two weeks -

    Of the new head coaches/gms the NFL, ours here in KC are the worst; :shock: & :roll: the only 2 who remain winless as in 0 for ’09 – despite having ‘the best” GM/Head Coach candidates in the entire NFL: chiefs 0-2

    The best new Head Coach is DEN’s Josh McDaniels with a perfect 2-0…same for NY Jets Rex Ryan: 2-0; interim become permanent Singeltary in SF also now 2-0.

    Last years poster child for cheisfandumb the MIA Dolphins are now 0-2 – suggesting what Rin said in 2008 was true: be a fluke/1 year wonder, and certainly not a team to look to for inspiration of your own. So much for Parcells et al … and Patriot Way :shock: & not so Super as wearing a bowl on his head Cardinal whopper-teller :roll:

    heh heh heh!

    :lol: & :razz:


  • September 22, 2009  - countryliving says:

    Your mama’s a Chief. Those are fighting words!


  • September 22, 2009  - JJM says:

    Just a question…Rin has posted that he is not a Omama supporter, so my question is can you see Whitlock being an anti-obama type? Whitlock is not Rin. I can see Gretz being RIn before Whithead.

    JJ


  • September 22, 2009  - Chiefsfan_62 says:

    Rin- Denver has also played the Browns and Bengals


  • September 22, 2009  - Anonymous says:

    Believe what you want, JJM. I know better.


  • September 22, 2009  - ILChiefsFan says:

    Chiefsfan_62:
    Don’t try to pursue a reasonable argument with RTT. All we’ve been hearing from him is that ex-Pats coaches are overrated failures, but now Josh McDaniels is apparently the best new coach in football. It’s a wonder his head doesn’t explode.


  • September 22, 2009  - arrowhead1978 says:

    The eagles look to be in dissarray after the no. 1 offense came in and blew them up. And Harold, that was 44 yards off of just wildcat plays, they also threw for almost 400 yards and another 40 some yards in regular running plays.. The way the chiefs pass defense looked the past two weeks, albeit in the 4th quarter for the last game, doesn’t look good for them, they have three good CB’s. I dont see many WR’s getting open and to top it all off if Vick is playing he can still throw the ball and run, so the chiefs better be able to play contain.

    Also, Trent Cole and the eagles defensive line may just rape the chiefs O-line and Cassell along with it. Im really hoping that the chiefs O-line plays better then the Carolina Panthers line played against the Eagles or Cassell will be throwing 5 or more interceptions…


  • September 22, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    Chiefsfan_62 said

    “Rin”

    - yes SSI?

    “Denver has also played the Browns and Bengals”

    - and won… chiefs have played the RADUHS! And lost…at home…home opener…70000 fans in the stands…50 years of the AFL and great old Chiefs players at the Stadium… Jamarcus Russell the QB OAK… the best new GM & Head Coach in the NFL on our side…$63 mill man mutt ‘he’s our money pit’ ca$$el too…

    All of that going for us and we lose, now 0-6 on the 2009 season … and you have the audacity to suggest we somehow have an excuse – ANY – or 22?

    heh heh heh!

    :lol:


  • September 22, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    “ILLChiefsFan said

    Rin is my :cool: daddy-o!”

    Remember that quaint ‘the right 53′ rot courtesy the winless boob duo :roll: & :shock: ?

    It also applies to ex-Pat types: the ‘right’ as in Belichick GOOD…:shock: BAD.

    Johh McDaniels GOOD… Weiss, Crennel ad nauseasm BAD.

    heh heh heh!

    :lol: & :razz:


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    Arrowhead1978….If the Eagles get almost 440 yards against us in non-Wildcat plays then I’m thinking that the Wildcat plays wont change the outcome of the game any. The Chiefs will be losing yards to these guys even when they are not using Wildcat plays. My point is that the Wildcat plays are not a big deal when you look at other factors. 70 yards in penalties…..that is a bigger deal than 44 yards of wildcat plays….especially if the Eagles gain almost 440 yards in other plays on top of that.


  • September 22, 2009  - ILChiefsFan says:

    arrowhead1978,

    The Eagles D-line definitely remains a strength. They’ll bring it all day, and they’ll rotate a number of guys in and out to stay fresh.

    We’ll see how Vick does. He did not look all that good in the preseason. He didn’t look as fast as the Vick of old and he had trouble holding onto the ball. He was just activated last week, so he hasn’t had a lot of practice with team, either.

    Still, if I were the Eagles I’d aim the Wildcat directly at Tamba Hali. He has has not shown especially good instincts for his new position in the first two games.


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    Anonymous: Why don’t you point out what this overwhelming evidence is in that Whitlock article? Just tell us already….if you have such proof. Otherwise just go back to posting as Rin and leave us alone…..(I’m good at not reading Rin) :)


  • September 22, 2009  - Jim Lloyd+ says:

    Tyler Tigpen had 5 games last year that he and Chan ran some different stuff and in the first half he ran up a lot of point’s –had a lot of trouble in 2nd half —I think he was tired and the speed of the game got ahead of him . Miami ran in and out a lot of different people that the ball was being snapped to . It about killed Balt,s Deffence , the were wore slick ! Change up’s in QB’s and RB’s , if it was’nt for Payton being able to soley keep a grip on the game , Miami would have run away with that one —EASY !


  • September 22, 2009  - Anonymous says:

    Harold,

    Try this for starters:

    “If 22 players off the street can win two NFL games, there were 70,000 people inside Arrowhead Stadium who could have done a better job than Scott Ego-li’s handpicked coach.”

    Have you heard anyone besides Rin call Pioli “Ego-li”? How about the “22 players off the street” theme?”

    Or this:

    “The amount of arrogance from Pioli directed toward the media and the unwarranted, know-it-all arrogance Haley directs toward his players make King Carl Peterson look as humble and down-to-earth as Lamar Hunt. The arrogance is toxic and counterproductive to winning. It’s not confidence. It’s a couple of blowhards drunk on their newfound power.”

    Ringing any bells?

    How about:

    “They’re so caught up in establishing all the little “intangibles” they think create a winning environment that they’ve lost sight of the fact that players win football games — not head coaches or general managers.”

    Sound familiar?

    There’s more. Re-read it. How about Rin’s ability to quote scores/stats/history and etc? Just some average football junkie? Or a sports writer with an ax to grind, and a lot of extra time on his hands? How about the fact that he doesn’t really deny it, or dismisses it in passing?

    You’re a smart guy Harold. Figure it out for yourself. I did. Actually, quite some time ago.


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    Hardly conclusive Anonymous. Rin could just be a Raiders fan….certainly a non-Chiefs fan….and Whitlock sounds a lot like a non-Chiefs fan often. Rin could just be a dedicated Whitlock reader. They don’t write the same. That is for certain. I can read Whitlock and be disgusted but still make it through the article. Rin? I don’t know what he is on about most of the time and so I don’t waste my time trying to read that gunk. I could start spouting Witlock phrases myself….it wouldn’t be hard. I am not convinced….but at the same time….I wouldn’t be surprised either.


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    OR…..Whitlock could be a dedicated Rin reader I guess. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm………..


  • September 22, 2009  - arrowhead1978 says:

    LOL… everyone bitches about Rin going off topic, yet everyday there are people on here talking off topic about Rin, geez give it a break already…

    I dont think I have ever read Rin to call Pioli “Ego-li”… I could have missed it though.

    Anyway the chiefs are going to have problems with the eagles, in general Philly is like Arrowhead used to be as being a tough place to play. Second if the Eagles D does get rolling, which I believe they wont get burned liked they did last week even though I wish as much, the Chiefs WR’s arent the Saints WR’s, it could be a long, long day.

    Does anyone remember the last time these two teams met up?? It was 2004 I believe, the eagles were in KC. Vermiel had the offense scoring almost at will in the first half of the game, i believe it was 21-0 or 27-0?? Then in the second half the Eagles came back and kicked the Chiefs ass because the chiefs D didn’t/couldn’t stop anything then and they lost the game. i think that was probably one of the most embarrasing/crushing defeats I remember watching…


  • September 22, 2009  - Anonymous says:

    arrowhead1978 says:

    “I dont think I have ever read Rin to call Pioli “Ego-li”… I could have missed it though.”

    You did. He has.


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    But who did it first? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?


  • September 22, 2009  - arrowhead1978 says:

    is anyone else going to the chiefs game this weekend?? Im wondering how many chiefs fans are going to be there this weekend, considering there is a Chiefs bar in Philly…. Im hoping Im not the only one wearing a Chiefs jersey there…


  • September 22, 2009  - ILChiefsFan says:

    “Im hoping Im not the only one wearing a Chiefs jersey there”

    You are a brave individual.


  • September 22, 2009  - Uncuffed says:

    This obsession with Rin has completely ruined the comments section of this site. Go buy a tabloid or watch TMZ if you want garbage. All this guy does is spew verbal vomit and some of you spend all day discussing what he must have had for lunch.

    Do you also strike up day long conversations with crazy people on the street who come up to you and tell you “the obama birds flew under my roof through a hole in my consciousness”, or do you recognize a waste of time and keep moving?


  • September 22, 2009  - ILChiefsFan says:

    Uncuffed,

    LMAO! I was going to ask Bob to start a “Who is RTT?” thread so those interested in talking about football could be spared spared all the JFK-style conspiracy theorizing.


  • September 22, 2009  - Anonymous says:

    Okay. I can see that my observations are unappreciated. Carry on.


  • September 22, 2009  - Uncuffed says:

    Anon, that wasn’t directed right at you, but at my general frustration to over half of every comment section being Rin and people responding to his nonsense, thus creating more nonsense. Anyway, people are free to do what they want, I just hope they realize that Rin says things to agitate, not because he believes them. Same for Witless.

    As far as the Philly game, the first thing i’m looking for is the Chiefs to make progress in creating turnovers. This may be our biggest weakness at the moment. If we win the turnover battle this week, we’ll win.


  • September 22, 2009  - ILChiefsFan says:

    “Okay. I can see that my observations are unappreciated. Carry on.”

    My golden tongue strikes again. Just call me Todd Haley.

    Your participation is very much appreciated by me, anonymous. I’d just like to see more football-related content in these comments sections.


  • September 22, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    * BULLETIN *

    Revision in order: LB Wes “Herm’s Chief” Dacus is STILL a Chief! He is on IR and was not let go. So then, yet another of Herm’s Men prevails, and the 19 swings & misses :roll: & :shock: remains…

    heh heh heh!

    :cool: daddy-o


  • September 22, 2009  - arrowhead1978 says:

    Well you would have to be brave to wear a chiefs jersey in these dire times. I have eagles fans as friends so it can’t get any worse I dont think, we will see..


  • September 22, 2009  - Anon says:

    Anonymous,

    Mr. Whitlock is too young to have the deep knowledge of the old AFL that Mr. Tin has.


  • September 22, 2009  - larry says:

    swings and misses? So do you think competition in camp is a bad thing rin? Cuzz that’s how it comes across….you also need to stop referring to the pre season record as a reflection of our actual record. We are not 0-6, we are 0-2. But you know that, don’t ya lil buddy.


  • September 22, 2009  - Rin Tin Tin says:

    chiefs now 0-6 via the new ‘fix’ :roll: & :shock: !

    :lol: & :razz:


  • September 22, 2009  - el cid says:

    It is now being put out in the media, the Raven were so confident they would wipe the floor with the Chiefs, that they passed all day and ignorred their real ability, the run. This causes their future opponents to spent time on an offense that may not be seen again. This could happen again against Philly. I do not know what they do well but they are so much better than our 98 Chiefs, they may run the wildcat exclusively and ignor the run or pass. It will almost make the game watchable, just seeing how other team will try to wipe the floor with theChiefs.


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    …………….Bah!


  • September 22, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    i’m a little fairy


  • September 23, 2009  - arrowhead1978 says:

    el cid the eagles have a decent passing game and they run the ball well, with westbrook catching out of the backfield, there O-line is decent and thier D-line is pretty good also, more on the line of great, they have 3 CB’s that are probably probowl, their safeties and LB’s are probably their weakest point right now, and the fact that McNabb is out, but they do have Vick and Garcia if Kolb gets to stinking the joint up. Don’t believe that the wildcat is the only thing the chiefs will be seeing, they just have the players to run a more gimmicky wildcat… like reverse end arounds on the wildcat, throws out of the wildcat. Things that the chiefs might be susceptible to falling for if not disciplined enough…

    Also did you watch the Baltimore/San Diego game, the Ravens aren’t ignoring the run game they are just passing alot more in the overall scheme of things…


  • September 23, 2009  - ricky-poo says:

    You guys are wasting your time trying to identify this idiot that calls himself rin tin tin. This person is a no-life, sour grapes, whiner that has way too much time on his hands. Which is my point. Gretz or Whifcock wouldn’t be spending this much time on these forums. They both have way too much other stuff to do. This bozo probably jerks off with every response he gets. He’s just a real geeky weirdo loser that can’t handle being wrong and has the ability to annoy. All a combination that means he’s an obnoxous jerk nee a$$whole.


  • September 23, 2009  - ricky-poo's mirror says:

    I know you are but what am I?


  • September 23, 2009  - ricky-poo says:

    Don’t get any on your keyboard there tin tin.


  • September 23, 2009  - Harold C. says:

    Don’t get any on your keyboard there ricky poo poo.




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