Less than meets the eye

Posted: April 24, 2009 in Atlanta Falcons, Kansas City Chiefs, NFL, offseason, sports opinion, Tony Gonzalez, trade
While Stank-0 has complete faith in the Chiefs management.  In Pioli we trust.  Having said, that Werds, this trade doesn’t look good for the Chiefs.  Gonzalez is worth more than a single 2nd round pick.  He was 33 yet still put up his numbers.

Now Pioli could have dumped TGon because he said he was ready to go elsewhere.  Thats option 1.  Option 2 is the Hunt fam decided to let him have a chance to get ringed up elsewhere. 

Back to TGon, how many years does he have left in him? He been doin his thug thizzle for about 11 years now? He can’t have more than 3-4 years left and those will be at a diminished capacity.

Werds, TGon had 12 years of service with the Chiefs and 10 Pro Bowls to correct you.  At 33, he got prolly 2-3 of declining years of performance then about 1-2 years of just hangin on with some team.  He’s not a back so the diminished capacity won’t hurt him.  There was only one Shannon Sharpe and don’t you forget it. 

Another question, will TGon’s move to the NFC break his Pro Bowl streak? There’s a certain Jeremy Shockey in that same division.

Stank-0 is doubtful that TGon won’t make the Pro Bowl.  It’s a popularity contest and he’s a fixture now.  Shockey ain’t takin Gonzalez’ Pro Bowl spot.  Werds, you can forget that. 

TGon, Stank-0 wishes you had stayed but thank you for your years of service, your time with the Greatest Show on Grass, and the lean years.  Stank-0 hopes that you can be as beneficial to the Falcons as you’ve been in KC. 

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