Monday, August 25, 2008

Premature Evaluations 2008: Kansas City Chiefs

Yawn.

Glenn Dorsey will probably tackle a lot of people. Dwayne Bowe is still underrated. Larry Johnson will plummet on your fantasy draft board but is still a very good running back. Also, the most exciting thing about this offense is Tony Gonzalez, a 32 year old man with a wife named October (they definitely met at a country club).

Seriously, one hour in, and that’s all I’ve got. This is what you people get for not sticking up for your teams: Crappy recipients of my boredom and loathing.

But hey…Brodie Croyle era, right?

1 comment:

hesslei said...

Aside from the general vagueness in its parameters, the evaluation document requests the City Manager to be evaluated from November 2006 to March 2007. Considering the fact that City Manager Tanner was hired in January 2007 this seems a bit odd. Even odder is the fact that Tanner was due a performance evaluation in January 2008 now overdue. One would think that in the intervening time City Hall would be able to prepare the document correctly and manage to complete a proper review process with regards to the procedures and conventions practiced in cities across the nation.


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