makes the wrong call
The Chiefs are the absolute best team in football with
no time left on the clock.
They have now tallied 10 points in two separate games
with the clock at 0:00. They made a ton of mistakes, but
thanks to Priest Holmes they made this game a blast to
watch and with a little luck on a coin flipwho knows?
The notepad and pencil are out and the pages are full.
Take A Memo
Worst call of the game: heads by Eddie Kennison
on the overtime coin flip. Eddie: Tails never fails.
Did anyone believe the Chiefs defense had a chance
of stopping the Pats in overtime?
With that in mindwhy not go for two after
the last TD?
William THE Burnee, yes right now that
name fits well.
The Kansas City Chiefs defense is beginning to
resemble a baseball relief pitcher. They can stop an offense
for a few innings, but then they are just
Can someone get me a phone number for a football
coach that doesnt play the Chiefs this season so
he can tell Vermeil: Trent Green cant throw
the ball deep.
Green is now on pace for 27 interceptions for a
16 game schedule.
Trent Green makes awful decisions, under throws
receivers, and misses wide-open guys
but he doesnt
quit. The last two touchdown drives and 21 fourth quarter
points prove that.
This could have been awful if the Pats knew they
could run on the Chiefs early.
Greg Robinson believes this defense is starting
to gel? This defense is Jell-O
I will never get tired of watching Priest Holmes.
The Chiefs offensive line dominated and embarrassed
the Pats front seven.
The Chiefs offensive line is just plain dominant.
Where is a Dwayne Rudd helmet-tossing when you
Even with that funky cast on his wristTony
Gonzalez is still money.
Watching LB Lew Bush in coverage is painful.
Watching Eric Warfield in coverage is painful.
Watching Eric Hicks in coverage is painful.
Watching (fill in the KC Chiefs defensive players
name) is painful.
This defense has zero playmakers. (Wait, I used
that last week. And probably will next week)
Number one pick Ryan Sims finally made a play.
Eddie Kennison has really stepped up; he is now
officially the Chiefs number one receiver.
Recipe for disaster.
1) Take a cup full of slow linebackers.
2) A cup full of corners who cant cover.
3) Add two slow safeties that are late in coverage help.
4) And throw in a gaggle of defensive linemen who have
trouble getting a pass rush.
5) Final ingredient: a defensive coordinator who out-thinks
himself and his players, but not the opposing offensive
Youve just created a defense that gives up
34 points a game, and a 1-2 record.
(CK Rairden can be reached by email