"That was a game that the Kansas City Chiefs in the past would have lost -- and I was on the Chiefs teams that would have lost it." -- Tim Grunhard, after the Chiefs' comeback win over the Jets, WHB 810
"What Curtis Martin did to [Jason Belser] on the field today is illegal in 37 states. Apparently, New York isn't one of them." -- Steven St. John, after Martin juked Belser on his way to a 17-yard touchdown run, 810
GH: Martin made Belser looked like a marionette whose puppeteer had suffered a stroke in midperformance. Attempting to tackle an All-Pro running back in the open field might be the most humbling job in sports.
"I'm gonna give props to [CBS sideline reporter] Bonnie Bernstein. She came on and told us [Morten Anderson] had pulled his hamstring warming up. And this radio sideline-reporter guy [Bob Gretz] who does the Chiefs game, the guy that knows more about the National Football League than Vince Lombardi, finally broke the news to his listeners late in the first quarter like it was a big, big deal. You know why he didn't have it? Because Carl Peterson was up in the booth, and Carl Peterson feeds him all of his information." -- Jack Harry, 810
"Actually, Carl was down on the sidelines, and what happened was, when Carl's around, that reporter's head is buried somewhere inside of Carl." -- St. John, responding to Harry, 810
"The Chiefs' defense should be embarrassed. They should apologize to Kansas City. They got lit up by a rookie quarterback making his first start. They got smoked by a receiver making his first start. The Chiefs' defense gets ripped by a team that has not scored a touchdown in nine quarters before this game. This defense is a disaster." -- Gordon Docking, KCFX 101.1
"People were heckling me about K-State losing, and it was pretty ugly. I don't know what they are thinking there [in Columbia]. They have a rock garden in the end zone! These kids were having a rock fight inside the stadium! I got popped in the head by a rock, and it hurt pretty bad. I grabbed my kid, and we got the heck out of there." -- Kevin Kietzman, on why he left the Oklahoma-Missouri game at halftime, 810