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Old 15.09.2005, 06:57 PM
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Johnson will have more yards than Holmes.
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Old 15.09.2005, 09:11 PM
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Old 15.09.2005, 09:14 PM
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lol fantastic post there. Is that all you chiefs fans can muster at this time of the night ;D
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Old 15.09.2005, 09:47 PM
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Yeah seems to be a shallow topic, but I guess we are all just focused on the Raiders.

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Old 16.09.2005, 09:14 PM
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Will the Raiderettes need protecting from Larry Johnson this weekend? Its a worry.
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Old 16.09.2005, 09:21 PM
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I thought there already was a Chiefs thread ??? Oh well..

**adds this one to list instead**
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Old 19.09.2005, 10:34 AM
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2-0 headed into Denver, that's better than I thought we would be!

Question is can we make it 3-0?? Does the D have enough to stop the Donkey running game and force Plummer to win the game for them? Losing Keyaron Fox could be a blow, he gave us the versatility to play either 4/3 or 3/4 which gave the Jets such problems. If we could play that 3/4 against the Broncos and stuff the running game then I'd seriously fancy our chances but without it i'm not too sure. What do the Bronco fans think?
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Old 19.09.2005, 11:10 AM
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[quote author=NBlair link=board=1;threadid=12880;start=15#msg293829 date=1127126054]
2-0 headed into Denver, that's better than I thought we would be!

Question is can we make it 3-0?? Does the D have enough to stop the Donkey running game and force Plummer to win the game for them? Losing Keyaron Fox could be a blow, he gave us the versatility to play either 4/3 or 3/4 which gave the Jets such problems. If we could play that 3/4 against the Broncos and stuff the running game then I'd seriously fancy our chances but without it i'm not too sure. What do the Bronco fans think?
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I can't find anything on his injury, when did he get hurt? and how long could he be out for?

I like the 3-4 looks from the end of last year, against Denver as it happens. It allows us to make use of the speedy linebacking unit. Suprised that there has been no Fujita.
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Old 19.09.2005, 03:59 PM
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Fox did his knee in the 2nd quarter and didn't return. Vermiel said after the game that he wasn't a doctor but it didn't look good. Then again he always says that. As for Fujita, he was traded to Dallas for a 6th ruond pick in next years draft so that's why you haven't seen him!


Just found this Injury report

The Chiefs reported three postgame injuries, none to starters.

The most serious appeared to be a knee injury to linebacker Keyaron Fox. Fox crumpled to the ground without contact on a play in the second quarter and immediately grabbed his right knee.

He was helped from the field and wasn't putting any pressure on the leg. The Chiefs called it a sprain.

The Chiefs also listed tight end Jason Dunn (left knee sprain) and defensive end Carlos Hall (sprained back)
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Old 26.09.2005, 09:34 PM
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Just bringing this thread up to page 1 ahead of tonight's MNF clash with Denver at the Mile High.

I think all we have to do to win this game is congest the middle and suffocate their running game, because without that, the Broncos are basically nothing. Jake the Snake needs to step up but I can't see that happening considering the way the Chiefs are playing defense at the moment, Im sure we'll force at least 2 turnovers.

We'll just batter them on the ground, Holmes/Johnson is the best 1-2 RB punch in the whole league in my opinion, I can't see Denver holding us back.

I'll go for the 17-point win. 31-14 Chiefs.
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