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  • TXBRONC
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    Originally posted by cheapseats
    I think the NFL is smart enough to realize that if they are fixing games, that it could ruin the league's integrity and possibly their whole source of revenue. You state that the primary reason to fix games is for money, yet if it doesn't work then they lose all of their money.

    What is the risk/reward for the NFL to make the Chiefs 9-0? The Chiefs have an amazing attendance record dating back through the 90's, and they are still doing well. Now for the risk... the NFL would probably have to fold, restructure, get the government involved, there would be federal investigations, Vegas would be beating on people..... All of this just to sell a couple of extra Dante Hall jerseys?

    Do you realize how many people would have to be in on the 'fix' to make this work? Eventually the word would get out and the NFL would lose everything.
    Its against the law to fix games.

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  • invisogothworld
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    Looks like the 72 fins are once again drunk as skunks

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  • BRONCOBASHER
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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by goodluv4Broncos
    [. I'm not a player and only I dream I could be...

    That's pretty obvious by your post here!!! You said absolutely nothing that shows "YOUR" football knowledge!!!

    GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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  • ReasonableChief
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    Where to begin ...

    Originally posted by goodluv4Broncos
    RC well I have to say this but everyone should be an expert in their field seldom seen is a jack of all trades, tell me pray do are you an expert in F-Ball dam cause if you are home girl then maybe I can take some lessons from you <NOT> 1st TG is not quite the QB you'd think he was all around the W. W. O. FB, no mention of his name and if is it's not much to talk about, and DH only time he performs well is when he gets the teams most infamous blocks ie chop, hand,face oh well who could get the accomplishments with that kind of help.Damyam. I'm not a player and only I dream I could be. They're not ready for my type of science geezus I wish they were, I could be the best in any league the guys, on the team would run for me, and catch but most of all they wouldn't let an oppossing team lay a hand on me. I'd also like to say RC list your expertise next time, and don't forget to mention about your honorable team players remember how they start sneaky on the field, like little kids, point hands,cause disruption, my what we put up with. I guess though all is fair in love and war huh? I know for sure no one can serve two Mamouths.........oops did I say that?

    I'm not sure where that came from and further, I don't know why your venom is directed at me. But for now, all I will say is BC had said he was a man of science, and I just asked what his field was. I certainly meant no disrespect to his opinions on football even though I may disagree at times. If nothing else, they're well thought out.

    I certainly did not mean to imply that I was an expert in football, but if you would like sometime to discuss the X's & O's, I would be more than happy to discuss them in an intelligent manner.

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  • goodluv4Broncos
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    Originally posted by ReasonableChief
    BC:
    The timing is a bit curious, but I still don't smell a conspiracy. What I do not know (and perhaps you do) is the timing of the tests. If the tests were a few months ago and there's some sort of timetable for appeals before the suspension is announced, then I'd say it's just coincidence.

    I would say, however, that if one was trying to help the Chiefs, the suspension of Anderson would have been withheld until right before the Chiefs game to maximize its effectiveness (as is the case with the Raider Four).

    If you don't mind my asking, what is your area of expertise in science?
    RC well I have to say this but everyone should be an expert in their field seldom seen is a jack of all trades, tell me pray do are you an expert in F-Ball dam cause if you are home girl then maybe I can take some lessons from you <NOT> 1st TG is not quite the QB you'd think he was all around the W. W. O. FB, no mention of his name and if is it's not much to talk about, and DH only time he performs well is when he gets the teams most infamous blocks ie chop, hand,face oh well who could get the accomplishments with that kind of help.Damyam. I'm not a player and only I dream I could be. They're not ready for my type of science geezus I wish they were, I could be the best in any league the guys, on the team would run for me, and catch but most of all they wouldn't let an oppossing team lay a hand on me. I'd also like to say RC list your expertise next time, and don't forget to mention about your honorable team players remember how they start sneaky on the field, like little kids, point hands,cause disruption, my what we put up with. I guess though all is fair in love and war huh? I know for sure no one can serve two Mamouths.........oops did I say that?

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  • rascal
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    Wrong Forum

    Doesn't this belong in the smack forum???

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  • pikman
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    Originally posted by TXBRONC
    Before the Chefs there is still the matter at hand, da Bears. They might not be great team but if Denver looks past them that could be dangerous.
    Very good point. Short memories here, I'm sure all of the Cheifs fans thought Cincy would be a walk too.

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  • cheapseats
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    I think the NFL is smart enough to realize that if they are fixing games, that it could ruin the league's integrity and possibly their whole source of revenue. You state that the primary reason to fix games is for money, yet if it doesn't work then they lose all of their money.

    What is the risk/reward for the NFL to make the Chiefs 9-0? The Chiefs have an amazing attendance record dating back through the 90's, and they are still doing well. Now for the risk... the NFL would probably have to fold, restructure, get the government involved, there would be federal investigations, Vegas would be beating on people..... All of this just to sell a couple of extra Dante Hall jerseys?

    Do you realize how many people would have to be in on the 'fix' to make this work? Eventually the word would get out and the NFL would lose everything.
    Last edited by wesuckrealbad; 11-18-2003, 08:42 AM.

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  • chi3fs
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    so I guess SMACK TALK in the general discussion area is encouraged now? Sweet... Ill bring my 'A' Game to General Discussion now instead of the smack forum. Thanks for letting me know.

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  • TXBRONC
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    Before the Chefs there is still the matter at hand, da Bears. They might not be great team but if Denver looks past them that could be dangerous.

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  • chickennob2
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    Originally posted by invisogothworld
    I would not want to play the Broncos now. Poed Team on a mission.
    Yes, i've gotta say that we looked good, but start talkin smack and u know what happens (ambulance siren in background)

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  • ReasonableChief
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Let the smacking begin

    Originally posted by bcollin1
    True...but they sure had lots of success when the league first started, eh? As I recall (from said Classic channel), weren't they involved in the Ice Bowl and such?

    And the statute of limitations on past Super Bowls does not run out. Even if it did, it SURE wouldn't be at 5 years, especially for a team that went back-to-back.

    Hey...I said it earlier and I'll say it again:
    Broncos first, then AFC West (not Raiders unless they play the Cowboys or Vikings), then AFC. I don't hate the Chiefs (except Kennison, who I hope proves the belief in Karma later this season).
    I believe we played the Packers the week after the Ice Bowl in what became known as Super Bowl I (I think the Ice Bowl was that year but am not positive).

    You might remember that year for the sassy yet stylish vertical striped stockings your Broncos wore.

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  • ReasonableChief
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Let the smacking begin

    Originally posted by bcollin1
    Or was it the Chiefs...who haven't so much as SNIFFED a Super Bowl in 33 years...?

    I have trouble keeping track, eh Normy?
    Cliff:
    At some point, the statute of limitations on past Super Bowls has to run out.

    Perhaps the vast right-wing conspiracy has kept the Chiefs down for 33 years. I haven't exactly seen any Bronco Super Bowls in the last couple years, except on ESPN Classic.

    I need another beer.

    Cheers

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  • Javalon
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Let the smacking begin

    Originally posted by bcollin1
    Parity is the single biggest seller in the professional sports world. NO ONE wants to see the Yankees win anymore. Sure...having them in the thick of things keeps a huge market interested (and stupid reporters busy), but ultimately, everyone wants to see the Marlins win...or was it the Diamondbacks...?

    Hmmmmm.

    Or was it the Carolina Hurricanes? Or the Minnesota Wild??

    Or was it the Chiefs...who haven't so much as SNIFFED a Super Bowl in 33 years...?

    I have trouble keeping track, eh Normy?
    Well, Cliffy, there are a lot of other teams that haven't sniffed the Super Bowl in a while, too. I don't think that would motivate them to help out the Chiefs.

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  • ReasonableChief
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    Originally posted by bcollin1
    And for me...future Materials Scientist & Engineer, at your service. I operated nuke power plants on subs in the Navy (duh...where else would there be subs?) for 12 years before coming back for my degree. If I qualify, I'll probably try and stick around for my Ph.D. but that's kind of like me looking to next year's draft before this season is done.

    Of course, if the Broncos actually OFFERED me that Offensive Coordinator job I keep trying to apply for, I'd chuck the science thing for it in a heartbeat. It might be less money, and it would proabably be way less accomplished in most people's eyes...but you gotta do what you think you're best at if you have the chance.
    I think you'd make a fine offensive coordinator. Of course, you might offer too complicated of a scheme for the players to grasp (That's always the knock on KC defensive coordinator Greg Robinson when things go bad).

    I wish you well with that job hunt, tho.

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