Sunday, October 19, 2008

Croyle Chapter Closed?

Logic dictates that Chiefs quarterback Brodie Croyle has played his last game in Kansas City, perhaps in the National Football League. His sprained-knee injury in today's loss to the Tennessee Titans is being reported as season-ending. A more professional, less lazy sports blogger would compile Croyle's stats as a starter in order to tilt the he's-good-but-fragile debate, but that guy I am not. I'm certain that I never, in 30 years of watching Chiefs football, have thought more about the upcoming draft before the current season was halfway over. If that doesn't trump good times, I don't know what does. And that's all I have to say about that.

4 comments:

sg2000 said...

I know you don't want to tilt his stats so that it looks like he is good, but I want you too. I don't think he had one good outing he is 0-8 as a starter and has thrown more picks than TD's. The team and organization is a joke.

Bring Marty in tomorrow as consultant for the rest of the season. Lets start righting this ship now.

sg2000 said...

I found this stat on ESPN.com

Croyle has been injured in four of his eight career starts. He is winless as a starter.

Cecil said...

Leave it to the Chefs fan to steal my line.

You can't put lipstick on that pig, no matter what shade you choose. No offense to pigs.

The Lone Reader said...

Does this count as his chance Banky?

So we can finally end this debate?

Good arm on that kid. I like watchin' him throw.

Cheers,

TLR