KC surprising a few but not management.

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KC surprising a few but not management.

Post  sw24ever on Mon Oct 12, 2009 3:06 pm

Kansas City is riding high after another fantasy victory in week 5 despite numerous RB's and WR's early struggles on the season. Terrell Owens and Larry Johnson have not been what the club had hoped for but they still contribute just enough to pull out victories. What management is most pleased about is how the other players have stepped up.

"Miles Austin was huge this week for us and we needed that. With Owens struggles and Maclin not starting for us, we figured a matchup against the Chiefs would be favorable, but franchise records were set and that was huge," said GM Waldon. "Now we need our big guys like Johnson, Stewart, and Owens to step up and be more productive because we made moves to get them and so far they have been rather dissapointing."

Does this mean NurseSharks brass will give up on them?

"We aren't going to give up on them this early, it is a long season, but we also can't afford to get buried in the standings either."

The waiver wire has been tough on the NurseSharks as some waiver wire moves have been negated by other teams moves to get the players as well, but the NurseSharks keep finding ways to stay competitive and thats all they ask for.

"Manning and Clark are on a bye week this Sunday, so its time to see how Cooley and our QB will fare in replacing them," said Waldon. "If ever there is a week where we need our other positions to step up, it will be this week, and the opponent this week will not be an easy force to win against."

Week 5 is not over yet for the Sharks, as the Jets defense takes the field tonight on MNF, but the win has already been secured as the Q-Tips have 0 players left to play. "It was a huge win for our team, and Austin definitly gets the game ball this week."


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