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The Kansas City Chiefs are already pretty thin at wide receiver, and now leading receiving Dwayne Bowe is playing hurt. But don’t worry, they have a plan. Enter their secret weapon: sending their horrible quarterbacks out for passes.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel took a hard hit to the head that knocked him out of today’s home game. As if that wasn’t bad enough, the home crowd actually cheered for his injury. Thankfully, they aren’t getting off scot-free. Chiefs lineman Eric Winston had some deservedly-harsh words for the attending fans.
Russell Wilson may have shined in his first NFL start against the Kansas City Chiefs on Friday night, but the real star was Matt Cassel. Not for anything particularly football-noteworthy, but rather his extra-curricular activities. After stepping up to escape pressure and beaming a nine-yard touchdown pass to Dexter McCluster, Cassel sprints to the end zone to celebrate.
The Chiefs are actually ahead of the Vikings at this moment, and might even come up with their first win of the season. But even if they win, they were kind enough to provide us with a “this sums up the 2011 Chiefs” moment in the process. Check it out after the jump.
In 2010, the Kansas City Chiefs went 10-6 and made the playoffs. One of the biggest reasons: dramatically improved way from quarterback Matt Cassel. That was 2010, however. How’s 2011 going? Well, if you’re into metapors, the video after the jump is an apt one.
“Some athletes just want the endorsement deal. Some do it for the fame-slash-poontang. The smart as shit ones get into business. But no one has ever done… what I’ve just fucking done.”
So begins the newest Kenny Powers K-Swiss ad, one that you can see online and nowhere else. It’s filled with profanity and could never be shown on TV. Here’s why it’s great.
For the New York Jets and the New England Patriots right now, the name of the game is (unfortunately for their panicked fans) not football; no, rather, the name of the game is contract negotiation.