Browns Chiefs Live In-game Notes



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Good kick coverage.

Haden personal foul gives KC the ball at the 43.  The refs ignored a clip by a KC WR.

Good tackle on the run by Ward.

Smith catches the Browns in a blitz and throws a perfect screen pass to Browns 32.

Davis runs right up the gut for 9

Rubin sheds the block and nails Davis for a yard loss.

KC jumps but the homer refs ignore it.  Haden knocks the low throw away.


KC 3 CL coming up to bat.

McGahee lost 2 No blocking at all.

Third down pass is well overthrown.  3 and out … Read more at FryingPanSports

About The Murder-Suicide Of Jovan Belcher

Jovan Belcher was a football linebacker and a part of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). Born and brought up in West Babylon in New York, Jovan Belcher was quite a popular and talented player. On 1st December 2012, he committed murder-suicide. After he killed his girlfriend, a twenty-two year old Kasandra Perkins, Belcher is reported to have driven to the training facility of the Chiefs where he killed himself by shooting himself in the head. There are many theories surrounding this murder-suicide, but the exact reason for his death remains unknown.

According to many reliable sources, Jovan Belcher was a very violent and emotional person. Back in the year 2006, Jovan is reported to have punched out a window in his university just because his girlfriend had made him upset. As a result of this, he sustained wrist lacerations and almost severed his thumb. Another theory for this unfortunate incident is that as a player of Chiefs, Jovan suffered from repeated head trauma, thus causing serious brain damage which made him commit murder-suicide as he might have been suffering from mental illnesses like bipolar disorder, psychosis or depression.

Reports that Jovan Belcher spent the … Read more at FryingPanSports

Tonight on the radio version of News, Notes and Rumors

Tonight on the radio version of News, Notes and Rumors


We continue to tour of the NFL.

Bill Robins feature writer for the Chiefs joins us to discuss the team’s plans for 2012.

Tim Bielik  Browns and Ohio State beat writer for the Loraine Morning Journal joins us to talk about spring football and the end of the Bucks basketball season.

Dave Kay basketball writer for  talks about his latest NBA Mock Draft.

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What have we learned from the first 2 weeks of the NFL?

The 2-0 teams:

The Bills are 2-0 but had to pull a miracle to win vs.  Oakland.  They are not as good as they  looked last week vs. KC because the Chiefs are TERRIBLE.  They face the Pats this week.

The Pats are showing more urgency than in the last few  years.  They are a threat for the Super Bowl.

The Jets are 2-0 but do not look like a top team.  I still don’t trust QB Sanchez in a big  game.  We will know more when they play
the Pats.

The Texans are also 2-0 but have yet to beat anyone.  They will win the division but then choke as  usual but this time in the playoffs rather than against the Colts.

Washington struggled to win at home vs. the Cards.  They have Grossman at QB and are Wine and  fools’ gold.   The Skins are a mess and
HC Shannahan has made the mess worse rather than fixed it.

The Pack is 2-0 but gave up 23 points to CR.  The pass D is a problem and might cost them  big in the playoffs.   Unless the pass D
gets better, this team will not win a 2nd consecutive … Read more at FryingPanSports