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Posted 03 September 2005 - 06:17 AM

Sorry to burst your bubble Chiefs fans but you couldn't even beat the Chargers and Texans at home last season.

Going to KC with and winning there will be a piece of cake.

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 08:04 AM

QUOTE (BigRedChief @ Sep 3 2005, 12:42 AM)
Hey Jet fans are you hyped up for next week?

I like your coach and wouldn't mind stealing him from you guys if Vermiel leaves after this year. but first thers some BBQing to do.

Guys I just don't see your defense stopping our offense. I see us stopping your offense one more touchdown than the Jets do. I see a close game but you ain't getting out of Arrowhead with a win.

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Some pretty brash statements indeed! We'll see what happens. I'd say that if we don't get we a win on 9/11 that we'd get payback in the playoffs, but the only way KC's going to the see the Jets in the playoffs is by buying tickets and sitting in the stands! As far as Herm goes you can have him!!!! He's the ideal coach for you guys. Good for 9-10 wins and a playoff appearance, but no Super Bowl!
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 08:32 AM

Yeah. If the Chiefs want to get to the Super Bowl so bad why can't they order tickets in Detroit in february? biggrin.gif

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 10:33 AM

where did all the chiefs go? i think they've lost their taste for battle.

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looks like they just came back from taking a piss, 68 is pulling up his pants


more like they just came back from a circle jerk. they don't want vermeil anymore because he's all turned out. sorry chiefs fans, herm don't swing that way.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 10:50 AM

QUOTE (ChadPenningtonrulez#10 @ Sep 3 2005, 11:52 AM)
Sorry to burst your bubble Chiefs fans but you couldn't even beat the Chargers and Texans at home last season.

Going to KC with and winning there will be a piece of cake.


Do you know how stupid you sound? You do know that the Chiefs are a good team, and an easy playoff contender. Sure I think we are better then them, but the only reason why Chiefs couldn't beat that many teams last year because of injury problems. It will not be easy, Kansas City is a tough team. No one is an easy team honestly. Only way I see it being easy is if Green is not going to play, other then that it will be tough.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 11:39 AM

QUOTE (BigRedChief @ Sep 3 2005, 01:42 AM)
Hey Jet fans are you hyped up for next week?

I like your coach and wouldn't mind stealing him from you guys if Vermiel leaves after this year. but first thers some BBQing to do.

Guys I just don't see your defense stopping our offense. I see us stopping your offense one more touchdown than the Jets do. I see a close game but you ain't getting out of Arrowhead with a win.

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dont know if you've heard but our coach is the BBQ specialist beach.gif

cant wait for Sunday the 11th .. gonna be fun in the sun watchin the Jets scalp your chiefs

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 12:01 PM

One hit from Vilma and Trent Green'll feel that numbness in his body again.

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 12:38 PM

QUOTE (JCBizkit87 @ Sep 3 2005, 11:25 AM)
Do you know how stupid you sound? You do know that the Chiefs are a good team, and an easy playoff contender. Sure I think we are better then them, but the only reason why Chiefs couldn't beat that many teams last year because of injury problems. It will not be easy, Kansas City is a tough team. No one is an easy team honestly. Only way I see it being easy is if Green is not going to play, other then that it will be tough.


Either way we will still win.

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QUOTE (ChadPenningtonrulez#10 @ Sep 3 2005, 06:13 PM)
Either way we will still win.


Not really, wins do not come that easy...
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 02:23 PM


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Posted 03 September 2005 - 03:39 PM

QUOTE (vilmatime51 @ Sep 3 2005, 02:58 PM)

I second that. iagree.gif

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 06:37 PM

QUOTE (bleedgreen @ Sep 3 2005, 09:39 AM)
Some pretty brash statements indeed! We'll see what happens. I'd say that if we don't get we a win on 9/11 that we'd get payback in the playoffs, but the only way KC's going to the see the Jets in the playoffs is by buying tickets and sitting in the stands! As far as Herm goes you can have him!!!! He's the ideal coach for you guys. Good for 9-10 wins and a playoff appearance, but no Super Bowl!



how were you allowed to get away with this statement!!! If you don't believe in Herm then you need to get the f-bomb out of here. This man is the only shot we got at something special and he's done nothing but prove himself year anfter year. All the teams that went the the playoffs since he;s been here have overachieved and you still dont thnk Herm is any good? That's a joke.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 06:46 PM

QUOTE (HermIsMyHero @ Sep 3 2005, 07:12 PM)
how were you allowed to get  away with this statement!!! If you don't believe in Herm then you need to get the f-bomb out of here. This man is the only shot we got at something special and he's done nothing but prove himself year anfter year. All the teams that went the the playoffs since he;s been here have overachieved and you still dont thnk Herm is any good? That's a joke.



Boys meet Derrick Johnson our new rookie.

I realize that you guys are excited about your team and rightfully so you have a good team but last year was a fluke. Teams don't come into Arrowhead and throw their helmets on the field and win. Its a battle. If you think you got an easy win. Thats okay. Please pass that onto your players and Herm.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 07:36 PM

QUOTE (ChadPenningtonrulez#10 @ Sep 3 2005, 06:52 AM)
Sorry to burst your bubble Chiefs fans but you couldn't even beat the Chargers and Texans at home last season.

Going to KC with and winning there will be a piece of cake.


Piece of cake? Piece of cake? Listen to others who have been there.

- Denver Fan
"I have been to many NFL games throughout the past 20 years, and each time I return to Arrowhead, I become even more amazed at how loud their fans are. I am a Denver Broncos fan, but I would have to say that Kansas City's game day atmosphere is the best in all of the NFL."

- Texans Fan
“I personally don't know why this stadium isn't #1 right now. After talking to a Texans football player, he stated that this IS truly the loudest stadium in the NFL (Arrowhead)."

These are just a few of many quotes I have found from different people across the nation that aren't even Chiefs fans. I hope we can give them a little bit more insight to the subject. Enjoy.

- Why I think it is so bad ....... bad is not a good word man. I would say difficult to play in arrowhead? The simple answer is in the architecture, and of course the 78,000 screaming fans. I mean all 78,000 screaming .......... from 6 years olds all the way up to 90 year olds .......... all horse after a game for a day or two. The bowl effect of that stadium is the true gem in the whole scheme. All that screaming is at its loudest point on that field. Truly an architectural piece of sports art.
Mike Shanahan -

"I know people have tried to prepare me but until you actually experience it, you really don't know how loud it is. It is a fun experience. I remember in that playoff game, that 14-10 (playoff game in 1998) -- and this is before the game -- I'm talking three or four minutes before the game and I am trying to talk to my son (Kyle). He is standing right next to me, I'm yelling and he can't hear me. I am yelling at the top of my voice trying to get him to get something and he has no idea what I am saying. That is how loud it was."

Rod Smith -

"The first time I ever went in there it scared the hell out of me -- and that was just the national anthem," Smith remembered. "When they say, 'The home of the Chiefs' right there in the national anthem, I thought they were going to attack us. I thought 70,000 people were about to come out of the stands and get us."

Rodney Harrison -

"It's not the same as other places," said the Patriots' Rodney Harrison, who formerly was with the Chargers. "It's loud. It's the loudest I've ever played in. The fans are out there four hours before game time, probably tailgating. But it's a great atmosphere for football.

Tedy Bruschi -
"[Arrowhead] is the loudest outdoor stadium in the league. It's so loud you can't hear yourself think."

Jim Mora -
"It felt different in Kansas City. Kansas City's crowd is amazing and you felt it. You felt it. It's like I talk about our Dome...you want it to be a suffocating feeling. You felt that at Kansas City. At Denver yesterday...you just didn't feel it. You didn't feel the heat, you didn't feel the emotion, you didn't feel the crowd, so we didn't get worked up. We kind of just kept playing and we felt like our offense was moving the ball and they continued to move the ball, so we felt like we'd get back in it. And we did. But I think, honest to goodness, a lot of it has to do with the crowd. It's a big difference between Kansas City and Denver. Big difference. Big. Big difference between Kansas City and most places. We want to be talking about Atlanta like I'm talking about Kansas City and I think we're on our way.

- Just another observation from NFL football players about arrowhead.

KANSAS CITY, MO. - Billy Miller remembers the first time he thought Arrowhead Stadium was truly special.

A rookie tight end on the practice squad of the Denver Broncos, Miller made the trip to Kansas City with the rest of the team for a regular-season game in 1999. The coaching staff wanted the young players to get a feel for "playing in a hostile environment," and there aren't many places more intimidating and noisy than the 32-year-old home of the Chiefs.

Most of the details of the game have long since been forgotten. What Miller experienced during pre-game festivities hasn't.

It all began when the team charter bus arrived to find the stadium parking lot resembling a war zone from all the smoke billowing out from tailgaters. Later, as The Star-Spangled Banner was about to end, Miller recalls the nearly 80,000-strong "Sea of Red" screaming in unison, "Chiefs!" Finally, there was a loud roar and shake as a military jet flew over the stadium.

"I got chills," said Miller, now with the Texans. "It's one of the best home-field advantages in football."

Nowhere in the NFL is there a noisier crowd than the 79,451 fans who regularly fill Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs had the NFL's best home record (63-17) from 1990-99. They're 59-22 at home in the last decade, fourth only to Green Bay, Denver and San Francisco.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 07:40 PM

QUOTE (BigRedChief @ Sep 3 2005, 08:11 PM)
Piece of cake? Piece of cake? Listen to others who have been there.

- Denver Fan
"I have been to many NFL games throughout the past 20 years, and each time I return to Arrowhead, I become even more amazed at how loud their fans are. I am a Denver Broncos fan, but I would have to say that Kansas City's game day atmosphere is the best in all of the NFL."

- Texans Fan
“I personally don't know why this stadium isn't #1 right now. After talking to a Texans football player, he stated that this IS truly the loudest stadium in the NFL (Arrowhead)."

These are just a few of many quotes I have found from different people across the nation that aren't even Chiefs fans. I hope we can give them a little bit more insight to the subject. Enjoy.

- Why I think it is so bad ....... bad is not a good word man. I would say difficult to play in arrowhead? The simple answer is in the architecture, and of course the 78,000 screaming fans. I mean all 78,000 screaming .......... from 6 years olds all the way up to 90 year olds .......... all horse after a game for a day or two. The bowl effect of that stadium is the true gem in the whole scheme. All that screaming is at its loudest point on that field. Truly an architectural piece of sports art.
Mike Shanahan -

"I know people have tried to prepare me but until you actually experience it, you really don't know how loud it is. It is a fun experience. I remember in that playoff game, that 14-10 (playoff game in 1998) -- and this is before the game -- I'm talking three or four minutes before the game and I am trying to talk to my son (Kyle). He is standing right next to me, I'm yelling and he can't hear me. I am yelling at the top of my voice trying to get him to get something and he has no idea what I am saying. That is how loud it was."

Rod Smith -

"The first time I ever went in there it scared the hell out of me -- and that was just the national anthem," Smith remembered. "When they say, 'The home of the Chiefs' right there in the national anthem, I thought they were going to attack us. I thought 70,000 people were about to come out of the stands and get us."

Rodney Harrison -

"It's not the same as other places," said the Patriots' Rodney Harrison, who formerly was with the Chargers. "It's loud. It's the loudest I've ever played in. The fans are out there four hours before game time, probably tailgating. But it's a great atmosphere for football.

Tedy Bruschi -
"[Arrowhead] is the loudest outdoor stadium in the league.  It's so loud you can't hear yourself think."

Jim Mora -
"It felt different in Kansas City. Kansas City's crowd is amazing and you felt it. You felt it. It's like I talk about our Dome...you want it to be a suffocating feeling. You felt that at Kansas City. At Denver yesterday...you just didn't feel it. You didn't feel the heat, you didn't feel the emotion, you didn't feel the crowd, so we didn't get worked up. We kind of just kept playing and we felt like our offense was moving the ball and they continued to move the ball, so we felt like we'd get back in it. And we did. But I think, honest to goodness, a lot of it has to do with the crowd. It's a big difference between Kansas City and Denver. Big difference. Big. Big difference between Kansas City and most places. We want to be talking about Atlanta like I'm talking about Kansas City and I think we're on our way.

- Just another observation from NFL football players about arrowhead.

KANSAS CITY, MO. - Billy Miller remembers the first time he thought Arrowhead Stadium was truly special.

A rookie tight end on the practice squad of the Denver Broncos, Miller made the trip to Kansas City with the rest of the team for a regular-season game in 1999. The coaching staff wanted the young players to get a feel for "playing in a hostile environment," and there aren't many places more intimidating and noisy than the 32-year-old home of the Chiefs.

Most of the details of the game have long since been forgotten. What Miller experienced during pre-game festivities hasn't.

It all began when the team charter bus arrived to find the stadium parking lot resembling a war zone from all the smoke billowing out from tailgaters. Later, as The Star-Spangled Banner was about to end, Miller recalls the nearly 80,000-strong "Sea of Red" screaming in unison, "Chiefs!" Finally, there was a loud roar and shake as a military jet flew over the stadium.

"I got chills," said Miller, now with the Texans. "It's one of the best home-field advantages in football."

Nowhere in the NFL is there a noisier crowd than the 79,451 fans who regularly fill Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs had the NFL's best home record (63-17) from 1990-99. They're 59-22 at home in the last decade, fourth only to Green Bay, Denver and San Francisco.



Yeah yeah yeah. whatever.

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 07:41 PM

QUOTE (ChadPenningtonrulez#10 @ Sep 3 2005, 08:15 PM)
Yeah yeah yeah. whatever.


Yep thats all you got. Yeah so what? Sucks that they don't talk about Jet fans like they talk about us huh? Thats okay you make it out this way the BBQ is on me.
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 07:43 PM

That's not all i got. I'm just saving my breath for the season opener.

Chiefs, you're next. rtfm.gif

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Posted 03 September 2005 - 08:30 PM

According to the Accoustical Design Group, Inc. of Mission, Kansas, here’s how the crowd noise at Arrowhead Stadium ranks in maximum sound levels, dBA:

Threshold of Pain - 130
Arrowhead Stadium - 116
727 Landing Overhead - 106
Average Office - 25

That's louder than:
a chainsaw
hammer on nail
jet plane (at ramp)
amublance siren
band concert
Shouting into one's ear
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QUOTE (BigRedChief @ Sep 4 2005, 02:05 AM)
According to the Accoustical Design Group, Inc. of Mission, Kansas, here’s how the crowd noise at Arrowhead Stadium ranks in maximum sound levels, dBA:

Threshold of Pain - 130
Arrowhead Stadium - 116
727 Landing Overhead - 106
Average Office - 25

That's louder than:
band concert


Not louder then a Metallica concert... hysterical.gif
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Posted 03 September 2005 - 08:38 PM

I haven't been but I do believe that place gets loud. HEre at PSU we get 110,000 people screaming and damn it's loud. i wouldn't be surprised if arrowhead is louder though. Also that is certainly something to be proud of. Like I said I kinda like the cheifs so I'm not going to be ignorant this week towards you. You've made many great points so far, but you have failed to truely recognize the fact that historically new defenses take awhile to gel and that the Jets have a great run stopping defense. Our pass defense wil get better with time but for now our run D will be amazing enough to stop what the cheifs will bring. I state again, big scoring game, 31-24 Jets. If trent green can find some receivers to get the ball to then the cheifs wil have a better shot, but if they plan on relying on the legs of Priest Holmes then things might get away from the chiefs in week 1.
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