Wednesday, September 26, 2007


Wow Damon Huard can throw a football. When he started passing the ball in Sundays game against Minnasota every Chiefs fan in the country came to life. And we had a reason to get excited. But will he pass against the Chargers? I hope so, the chiefs have some great recievers so why not use them. LJ doesn't have to have the ball all the time. We all know that LJ can put up some yards but they need WINS and LJ can win with getting us touchdowns but they can't get touchdowns if they can't make it down the field. The receivers will get them down the field. So I rest my case!

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

We want a Quarter back "Please"

Why would you trade Trent Green and put in a gun shy QB who is not quik or accerate? Hello I have a idea ummmm his name is Brodie Croyle. Yes thats it humm he's fast, not gun shy and has a arm like a bullet and he can hit recievers. They will win games and play awsome and make spetacular catches and you will see the chiefs again. Wow now thats what a fan wants anyways I know thats what I want.

Where oh where have the Chiefs gone?

I have been a Chiefs fan for many years and I don't understand what has happened to them. They have a lot of great players, so why do they struggle to win games. They use to be so awsome and made some spectacular plays and now they can't do anything. Is it all about the money and not winning the games or what. I wish Herm Edwards would set LJ on the bench for a couple of weeks because he isn't doing anything. He through this big fit wanting more money and he didn't show up for spring training, and he got what he wanted, now he needs to give his fans what we want and that is wins because we pay part of his "BIG" salary! What is a football player without fans? "He is a fan of the game, but not the hero of the fans"

Monday, September 17, 2007

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Sources: Dale Jr. to race in No. 88 car next season

LOUDON, N.H. -- Fans who liked watching Dale Earnhardt Jr. in the No. 8 since he moved to the Nextel Cup series eight years ago will double their pleasure in 2008.
Earnhardt will drive two stylized 8s next season for Hendrick Motorsports, sources told on Friday.

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Adding an 8: Dale Earnhardt Jr. is expected to drive the No. 88 car next season.
Robert Yates Racing, sources said, has agreed to sell the No. 88 that Dale Jarrett drove to the 1999 championship.
The car, which sources said will be sponsored by Mountain Dew and the Amp energy drink, will be revealed for the first time at a Wednesday press conference in Dallas.
Earnhardt, who owns a Busch Series car with the No. 88, would not confirm the report.
"Everybody will have to wait 'till Wednesday," he said. "We looked at a lot of different options and we have a lot of different trademarks. People are pretty familiar with what we're looking at as far as that goes."
Earnhardt had hoped the No. 8 would follow him from Dale Earnhardt Inc. to HMS. But when he couldn't reach a deal with stepmother/team owner Teresa Earnhardt, he began exploring other options.
As many as seven numbers were considered, most of them containing an 8.
"It's going to be a lot of fun to really see the reaction of the fans and I hope that they really enjoy what we're going to do," Earnhardt said. "We've been having a lot of fun with design and with the approach and sort of forming what our identity is going to be on the race track and off the track.
"It's going to be lots and lots of work. The hardest part is not changing anything you do personally about your personality or your mannerisms or anything and trying to get them to understand that that's who you are."
NASCAR's most popular driver isn't surprised by the amount of attention his number change has gotten among fans.
"It's a big deal," he said. "It's a really big deal. I don't know how to gauge the level of attention or compare it to anything else. But it's a pretty big deal for us.
"I'm super excited about it. I want to see changeable painted decaled racecars, and it's really going to sink in. It's sort of like waiting on Christmas."

Sponsor announcements loom for Junior, Kahne

LOUDON, N.H. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. wasn't providing any hints.

"No," he said. "I've done about as good as I can do about narrowing it down and what not."

And with that, he left reporters and fans to wait until Wednesday, when the final domino in the long line of them set in motion May 10 will finally fall. The sponsor and car number Earnhardt will use next season with Hendrick Motorsports will be introduced in Dallas, also the site of a national bottler convention for Pepsi-Cola. Multiple news outlets have reported that Earnhardt will drive the No. 88 next season, and that the new stylized 88 will be unveiled on his car this Wednesday in Dallas.
But Friday at New Hampshire International Speedway, Junior wasn't telling.
"It's going to be a lot of fun to see the reaction of the fans," Earnhardt said prior to qualifying 19th for the Sylvania 300 on the 1-mile track. "I hope that they really enjoy what we're going to do, and we've been having a lot of fun with the design and with the approach and sort of forming what our identity is going to be on the racetrack and off the racetrack."
Meanwhile, Earnhardt's old sponsor will find a home Tuesday, when Budweiser finally unveils its association with Kasey Kahne for 2008. Gillett Evernham Motorsports has called a press conference to announce a multi-year agreement, and Dodge director Mike Accavitti confirmed that Kahne's additional sponsorship will allow the manufacturer to spread more resources elsewhere. Evernham's No. 9 car, driven by Kahne the past four years, has been backed by Dodge dealers since its inception in 2001.
"This does not change our commitment to be the manufacturing leader in NASCAR's premier series, win races and consistently contend for the Nextel Cup," Accavitti said in a statement. "We now have the opportunity to apply additional resources to areas that can directly impact the on-track performance of all our teams and expand marketing opportunities for our dealers."
Kahne has a tough act to follow. Earnhardt has become synonymous with the beer brand through commercials and billboard campaigns, providing Bud with a level of visibility it never enjoyed in previous driver relationships. Pepsi-Cola now faces the challenge of meshing with Earnhardt, although the company does produce some brands like Amp and Mountain Dew that are marketed to a younger, edgier crowd.
Earnhardt wants from his new sponsor the same thing he received from his old one -- the freedom to be himself.
"The hardest part is not changing anything you do personally, about your personality or your mannerisms, or anything and trying to get them to understand that's who you are," he said. "That's how you stay comfortable and you stay grounded. Our new partners are very aware of that, that we want to continue with our personality and we don't really try to re invent the wheel or try to propose this new attitude or anything on the fan base. I just want to keep doing my job the same way I've been doing it and I want to keep being the same person I've been all this time and they're pretty comfortable with that."

Wednesday, September 12, 2007


I am a big Kansas City Chiefs fan and I hope they break out of their shell this year because I know they have a team that can do it. So with some very needed luck or something I wish them well in every game and even if they lose again this year I will always be thier fan.

Dale Jr

I am a huge Earnhardt fan and its funny how very well known people and popular people have bad luck just like me. It shows me that no matter who you are or where your at you have to take life as it is handed to you day by day as they say take everything with a grain of salt because it might just be your last time to take anything. Enjoy everyday as if it is your last. Jr may not of made the chase but he gave it his all. And he is still my favorite driver.