Desmond Bishop Spurns Kansas City Chi...

Desmond Bishop Spurns Kansas City Chiefs, Opts for Revenge With Vikings

There are 141 comments on the JustBlogBaby story from Jun 24, 2013, titled Desmond Bishop Spurns Kansas City Chiefs, Opts for Revenge With Vikings. In it, JustBlogBaby reports that:

Raiders fans can breathe a little easier as well as being able to poke a little fun at their AFC West rivals as the Kansas City Chiefs will not be landing the services of former Super Bowl champion linebacker Desmond Bishop as the former Packer has decided to join the Minnesota Vikings.

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Donnie K

Rochester, MN

#143 Jul 10, 2013
FortyforSixty wrote:
The trend is 'move west young man'
The whole genius of TT has been wrapped up in WR's and Aaron. If not for Aaron, TT would be labeled a bust and probably all ready relieved of duty. He has not built a defense, or an offensive line, or a running game.
With the steady stream of players moving to God's Country, Pro Bowlers and others having their most productive seasons in their careers, TT is at the teetering point. A 15-1 season, followed by high expectations and another division title has been truncated by dismal showings in the playoffs. GB has been outmaneuvered by more balanced teams, and shown to be pretenders when it counts. Desmond Bishop may never be the same player, but he also may be. Woodson wanted to stay, Driver wanted to stay, Longwell wanted to stay, Sharper wanted to stay, Jennings wanted to stay, Bishop wanted to stay.......and of course Favre wanted to stay.
Yet, TT found it wise to jettison all those players and now it's coming back to bite him where it hurts. GB loses a lot of leadership this year, whether or not it will be replaced is the big question. Living off of Aaron has been entertaining, but heaping more responsibility upon him with personnel moves could backfire big time. I think the last couple years have proven that Rodgers can't do it all, whether or not the packer O'Line and defense can do their part is the real question. Rodgers isn't going to get any better, AD isn't going to get any better, it's the rest of the team that will bring a 'team' to the promise land.
Three first round draft choices just may be that ace in the hole.
The reason why this quote is 100% true is that you are a level headed fan who knows how to eliminate emotions from your post, thank you.

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