Morning, Addicts. I wanted to drop another quick line to update you on some of the technical issues we’ve bee having recently. I know I said yesterday that they were all solved but unfortunately I was mistaken! The process has taken a little longer than expected because we decided that while we were tinkering with everything we’d upgrade some other things that will hopefully make our sites run smoother in the future. I’ve now been assured that everything is up and running again so cross your fingers that this is it.
Thanks for hanging in there with us and we appreciate your patience. I’ve got some good stuff lined up for you to enjoy on your Saturday. We’ll have another edition of Inside the Enemy Camp later. Also keep an eye out for Nick’s column Smoke Signals, due out this afternoon.
Until then, here is your Morning Fix!
“It helps when you have somebody opposite Tamba that can generate some pressure,” defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel said. “That will force teams to reevaluate how they’re going to protect against us. Now, maybe you can’t slide all your protection to Tamba.”The pass rush finally came together for the Chiefs last week against the perfect opponent. The Bears have had trouble protecting the pocket most of the season and had the inexperienced Caleb Hanie at quarterback.
Weis’ coaching roots, like many involved in the current Chiefs football administration, connect back to the Jets teams of the late 1990s. It was there that he shared a small office with Todd Haley for three years when the two served as assistant coaches under Bill Parcells.“I think it’s great for KU,” Haley said of Weis’ hiring. “I think Charlie is a really good coach and having been at Notre Dame as long as he was, I think it’s a really good hire and all of the KU fans should be really fired up.”