27 October 2003

Sending A Message of Perfection

And then....there was one.

After the New York Giants dominated the indefeated Vikings on their home turf 29-17 earlier in the day, The question on everyone's lips: Are the Chiefs destined to fall next?
The answer lies in their most demonstrative game to date, where for the first time this season, All 3 phases of the team came together in one game.

The results were frightening.

Chiefs 38, Bills 5. That's right...5. A safety and a lone figgie after being stopped inside Kansas City's 10.

It's games like these I find myself wishing I could be back in Arrowhead, going hoarse with the rest of the 12th man.

Priest continues to churn out solid performances, even with 7-8 men in the box.

The line: 15 carries for 83 yards and 3 receptions for 26 yards, plus 3 touchdowns.

Next Week: Bye week

21 October 2003

Chief Concern

While the Priest made an excellent maiden voyage on Monday night, the rest of the Chiefs offense nearly sunk the unbeaten ship, squeaking past the hated Raiders, 17-10.

Gonzo turned in another nice performance, but no one can hide the fact that the passing game leaves plenty to be desired. Sure, it looked great against the Pack, but teams won't be handing us wins much longer.

I submit that the Raiders were dominated in the first half, but the Raiders made a great run and capitalized on the Chiefs' inability to finish an opponent.

This Chiefs team is in no way truly indicative of the way they can play. They haven't come close to their potential.

In a way, I was somewhat pleased with the events that transpired the night previous. It may serve a reminder to a team riding high that they still must come to work every day and take care of business the old-fashioned way.

All this and with another national test against the suddenly surging Bills coming up Sunday night, a nice wake-up call may be what the doctor ordered.

NFL.com GameCenter Stats

20 October 2003


Finally, I've followed through on something. This feature will be updated every week with The Priest's latest heroics for all to see.

Thanks for checking it out and be sure to watch the Kansas City Chiefs battle the Oakland Raiders tonight on Monday Night Football.

13 October 2003

Coming Soon...

...We'll continue in the Grand Tradition of Pujols Watch with our newest feature Priest Watch.

The Mainframe hopes that you enjoy.
Good triumphs once again over The Dark Side

The Blues won their first game of the year with a 2-1 victory over the Avalanche at Denver.

Life is definitely good.
Lambeau Magic Strikes Again...

...Fortunately for me, it involved a well-timed 9 route to Kennison for 51 yards and a magical comeback for the 6-0 Chiefs.

Next week, the Chiefs travel to rival Oakland for an epic Monday Night Matchup. That is, of course, should the Raiders decide to show up.

09 October 2003

Columbus Chiefs Update

It's a game of peaks and valleys, even in cyberspace.

After struggling out of the gates to the tune of an 0-2 start, my horse has grown some legs and is slowly creeping up the Bad Boyz league standings.

The cyber-Chiefs record stands @ 3-2, going into a tough matchup with the MoBrowns, who is surprisingly, a fan of the Cleveland franchise.

He's also the guy that was hired to replace me at my old place of business.
If you think there's any bad blood, you'd be wrong, since I've never met the guy personally (though he seems really nice; I guess you'd have to be a godsend, rooting for the Browns)

Smack Talk of the Week

I took my buddy Brock to the cleaners last Sunday with a 212.70 to 181.70 win over his undefeated St Louis Broncos (4-1). Truth be told, I've been riding the Inferno that is Dante Hall, and reaping the benefits.

If you don't know who Dante Hall is, shame on you: You're a stronger person than me.
Hey, I'm not dead...

...though I really have nothing blog-worthy to share with you, the reader. I'm sure KO can think of a plethora of things for me to prattle on about, but I cannot.

So, just droppin a post that I'm not dead. Yea.