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    Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    I called this one awhile ago when I heard nobody else wanted him

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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    I'm up for anything at this point but Culpepper can barely move at this point and behind that offensive line I see a neck brace in his future.



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    Quote Originally Posted by BryceC View Post
    and behind that offensive line I see a neck brace in his future.
    Atleast he can see over the offensive line, unlike that little whimp Brodie



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    I also said it earlier.

    I have never been a huge Culpepper fan, but he is better than the current options.



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    Rumours has it it will be Quinn... No not Brady, But Quinn Gray, Another great move by Carl {extreme sarcasim}



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    Heard Bradkowski was an upgrade over Thigpen, Huard, and Croyle put together.

    How many KC QBs does it take to change a light bulb?


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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    That organization is going nowhere fast; I'm not sure they even have anything to build around. Larry Johnson is probably getting close to the end of his career. It was so apparent to most that what they were doing offensively was wrong (the very first year), but apparently not to Herm Edwards.



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    They can fire Herm and hire Mike Nolan.

    How come do the Chiefs owners keep running the org like a Walmart store.


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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    I heard they are giving Brad Banks a call.



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    Is Aaron Brooks still working out for teams? He was always decent at running for his life ...

    What about that backup from the Cowboys a couple years ago .. .had a few decent starts and disappeared about the time Romo came around. Think he's been on quite a few teams as a 3rd stringer



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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    Quote Originally Posted by clones_jer View Post
    Is Aaron Brooks still working out for teams? He was always decent at running for his life ...

    What about that backup from the Cowboys a couple years ago .. .had a few decent starts and disappeared about the time Romo came around. Think he's been on quite a few teams as a 3rd stringer
    Are you talking about Drew Henson?


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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    Right now about anyone is a viable option at QB for KC over anyone they currently have. The once proud organization is in shambles and have been run into the ground by Carl and Herm. If these 2 idiots are back for 2009 it's going to be yet another painful season to watch.


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    Re: Is Culpeper next in line for the Chiefs?

    I was looking for 2 tickets to the Bills vs Chiefs game on ebay(should be pretty cheap) I came accross the following description for the game.

    2) TICKETS to see the Master himself-- Herman F. Edwards <---( GREATEST COACH EVER ) LIVE! Performing all his Classic Hits-- including "You Play to Win the Game", "Get Over It", "It's Not MY Fault", and many, many more (excuses). 33rd Row, Section 127-- near the center of the goalposts!! You'll be on TV. See the Mighty Chiefs take on the 1st Place TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS. Jeff Garcia, Warrick Dunn, Derrick Brooks, Earnest Graham, and FEATURING the human/ape, Guard Davin Joseph (straight from the Planet of the Apes) <-- the guy is a BEAST!!!! But don't forget-- it's all about Herman Edwards!



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