Berry



  • Berry maybe the next Jamal Charles, great guy and fan favorite but at some point he has to be healthy on a consistent basis to be worth having on the team. The chiefs also had a couple of O linemen out for today so hard to complain about winning with the injuries piling up. Kansas City needs to draft and make moves on the defensive side of the ball before some of the offensive guys get old or big money to go elsewhere. It be a shame to have all that offensive talent wasted the next few season by being one of the worst defenses in the league. They actually remind me of the 08 and 09 Kansas teams, offense is great but defense is a total mess.



  • @kjayhawks I thought the D played much better today.



  • Poor coaching decisions by Denver and Keenum is a bad QB. Plus Denver Oline is really bad.



  • Soren Petro ‏Verified account @SorenPetro 19s19 seconds ago

    HUNT: Eric Berry is “literally day-to-day”. His return is up to Berry and the medical staff.



  • If the greatest ability is availability, what’s up with Berry?!? I’m ready to see that baaaaaad man on the field again!!!



  • BShark said:

    Soren Petro ‏Verified account @SorenPetro 19s19 seconds ago

    HUNT: Eric Berry is “literally day-to-day”. His return is up to Berry and the medical staff.

    I started holding my breath when I read this. Do you know how many times I’ve passed out in the last 2.5 weeks? 😝



  • No point in playing Berry yet. Chargers game is the most important game left on the schedule.



  • The Chiefs defense with Berry back at his level of play would look something close to league average. With this offense, that’s a luxury.



  • Berry has Haglund’s deformity:0_1542640310473_BD2E8353-65D8-4651-B333-FB901243529E.jpeg

    Let’s get him some clogs and Ibuprofen so he can play lol…If it were only so easy.



  • @dylans nasty looking



  • @Crimsonorblue22 Sounds painful. Hopefully he can make a playoff run since the Chiefs haven’t put him on the IR.



  • Word is he’ll start practicing again after the bye week. Probably plays in 3 weeks.





  • @dylans

    Oh, I hope not.

    I’d hate to see him interrupt the flow of our vaunted defense…



  • @nuleafjhawk I know, right?

    Imagine how many sacks they could have if the defense on the back end was any good. Currently third for sacks ahead of that beast of a D in Chicago.



  • dylans said:

    @nuleafjhawk I know, right?

    Imagine how many sacks they could have if the defense on the back end was any good. Currently third for sacks ahead of that beast of a D in Chicago.

    You mean Khalil Mack?



  • “He looked good out there. I see him out there looking like Eric Berry.” — Andy Reid on what he saw from Berry at Wednesdays practice.



  • Berry is too injury prone time to cut him loose.



  • @DoubleDD would cost more to cut him than keep him right now due to his contract. If he makes a big play on Sunday and we make the Super Bowl, worth every penny.

    However it is probably time to draft a potential future replacement.



  • I’m a huge Berry fan. Keep him and play him whenever he can go. If he’s at 75% physically, he’s still better than any DB on the team because he’s so much smarter. He’s basically the only reason I watched Tennessee games when I lived in Knoxville during the dismal years (2007-2009) while he was playing.



  • I heard a clip of Berry, he is extra motivated to play in AFC CH game. He really wants to go to SB and play in his hometown, ATL





  • Said Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones: "It’s always great to have Eric Berry back.’’



  • OK I’m wrong lets pay full price for a part time player. Better yet sign him to a new contract. Top dollar.



  • DoubleDD said:

    OK I’m wrong lets pay full price for a part time player. Better yet sign him to a new contract. Top dollar.

    What do you not understand about:

    It would cost more to cut him now than to keep him.


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