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greg3564
12-18-2007, 01:03 AM
JASON WHITLOCK COMMENTARY

No reasonable explanations for way Chiefs are playing

By JASON WHITLOCK




If Carl Peterson and Herm Edwards woke up Sunday morning determined to prove that Eddie Drummond no longer belongs inside an NFL uniform, Kansas Cityís 2007 Arrowhead Stadium finale was a smashing success.

If they awakened with the intention of providing frustrated Chiefs fans with a smidgen of hope for next season, well, letís just say my dietitian had more success at Ollie Gatesí all-you-can-eat-and-take-home Christmas party.

With the Tennessee Titans in town, the Chiefs mired in an extended losing streak and patience wearing razor-thin on King Carlís two-decade Super Bowl plan, Arrowhead Stadium has finally turned into a hostile, half-empty environment for the homeboys.

As the Chiefs lost their seventh straight, 26-17, Kansas City football fans watched while wearing paper bags, waving smart-aleck signs and shouting expletives.

ďWe donít have a home-field advantage right now,Ē defensive end Jared Allen said, stating the obvious.

Nope, Sundayís debacle dropped the Chiefs to 2-6 at the crib this year and 4-10 overall.

Hey, Iím all good with the losing and improvement in KCís draft position. Itís the way the Chiefs are losing that has me up in arms. Thereís no rhyme or reason to what is transpiring with the Chiefs.

Prosecution witness No. 1: Eddie Drummond.
Why? That has been the question about Drummond all season. Why was Drummond signed at the end of training camp when Justin Phinisee, a kid who fit KCís supposed youth movement, had performed so admirably as the Chiefsí return man? And now why would the Chiefs return Drummond to the active roster after he enjoyed a very productive month of standing along the sideline in street clothes?

Drummond canít help the Chiefs in 2008, and he damn sure canít help them in 2007.

Drummond fumbled a punt, botched a perfectly blocked return with needless juking and stutter-stepping, and slipped and fell inside KCís 5 on another return.

When I asked Edwards why Drummond was dusted off and put in position to embarrass himself and the organization again, the coach had no plausible explanation.

Reasonable explanations have become a scarce commodity at One Arrowhead Drive. King Carl and Edwards keep referencing a Plan to fix this mess. A Plan is exactly what has been missing from day one.

What Iím about to write isnít mentioned to toot my own horn; itís referenced to demonstrate that none of us should be surprised by what weíre witnessing. I refer you to the column I wrote the day before Kansas Cityís season opener. It was headlined ďChiefs on a trip to nowhereland.Ē

Hereís the key excerpt:
ďIf you watched HBOís ĎHard Knocks,í you didnít hear a lot of talk about the Super Bowl or even the playoffs. We were just treated to unprecedented access into the Chiefs organization, but we have no idea what the goal is for this yearís squad.

ďGood coaches and sound organizations find unique, compelling and entertaining ways to repeat the same message over and over again. What was Hermís message? The lack of one says a lot about where this organization is headed. Nowhere. The Chiefs are neither rebuilding nor reaching for the playoffs.Ē

This thing is stale and in need of a drastic overhaul. There is no singular vision driving this organization. King Carl has run out of fresh ideas. Thatís no crime. He had a good run. The crime is holding on well past usefulness. The crime is not getting out of the way and giving others a chance. By holding on, heís allowed chaos and desperation to run wild.

Iíve harped on the Drummond-Phinisee stupidity all season because itís a sign of the organizationís insecurity. The personnel department and coaching staff watched a kid win the job, then gave it to a washed-up old-timer with a decent resume and connection to KCís special-teams coachís dad. What a bunch of clowns.

Greg Wesley, despite his frustrations about losing his starting spot, has actually shown up each Sunday and given a solid effort. He didnít suit up against the Titans to make room for an additional cornerback. Meanwhile, three-year free-agent bust Kendrell Bell was back in action. Why?

Clark Hunt told me Sunday that heíll speak with the media after the season. He needs to be wearing his Big Boy shoes. Chiefs fans are ready for a new direction, new leadership. If Clark sticks with the status quo or tries to elevate one of Petersonís cronies to general manager, the Chiefs fans that show up at Arrowhead next season will be angrier than the crew that just left.

Hayvern
12-18-2007, 01:20 AM
If Clark sticks with the status quo or tries to elevate one of Petersonís cronies to general manager, the Chiefs fans that show up at Arrowhead next season will be angrier than the crew that just left.

You know, I have been hearing a lot of chatter about nothing happening with the coach or the GM this season, but this really gives me a renewed respect.

The only way this will change is if the fans get upset. I am sure Clark is not out to lose money on the Chiefs, so unless he really does have desires to move the team to LA ala a Major League style move. Then I don't see how he can sit by and let this crew have another year at this team.

I certainly would not. It really is time to get some fresh blood in here. I was not down on Peterson as much as I am now after reading this, I wish I had HBO at the beginning of the season so I could see what was going on behind the scenes.

I really have a feeling that something will change on the last day of the season.

mxpxHERO
12-18-2007, 01:25 AM
Greg Wesley, despite his frustrations about losing his starting spot, has actually shown up each Sunday and given a solid effort. He didnít suit up against the Titans to make room for an additional cornerback. Meanwhile, three-year free-agent bust Kendrell Bell was back in action. Why?

:sign0153: A Kendrell Bell sighting? :sign0153:

Guru
12-18-2007, 01:26 AM
JW has it right a lot more than he has it wrong. We just don't like to admit it.

He was WRONG about Ty Law though.

Chiefster
12-18-2007, 01:27 AM
It's obvious to me that Herm is throwing these games to ensure the highest draft order possible IMO. But once the high draft order is established will he do something constructive and positive with it?

:fatlock: made some since here, and admitting it makes me feel so dirty; pardon me while I go take a shower.

Guru
12-18-2007, 01:31 AM
It's obvious to me that Herm is throwing these games to ensure the highest draft order possible IMO. But once the high draft order is established will he do something constructive and positive with it?

:fatlock: made some since here, and admitting it makes me feel so dirty; pardon me while I go take a shower.
Herm is not throwing games. He would never do that.

Also, when we get the top 5 draft pick, Carl will trade down. You heard it here.:11:

Chiefster
12-18-2007, 01:36 AM
Herm is not throwing games. He would never do that.

Also, when we get the top 5 draft pick, Carl will trade down. You heard it here.:11:

I'm sure you're right, but it looks that way especially when he obviously makes no half time adjustments.

mxpxHERO
12-18-2007, 01:41 AM
I'm sure you're right, but it looks that way especially when he obviously makes no half time adjustments.

like scoring no points in the fourth quarter or second half.

:mob:

Guru
12-18-2007, 01:43 AM
like scoring no points in the fourth quarter or second half.

:mob:

And they call him a great motivator.

tornadospotter
12-18-2007, 01:45 AM
You know, I have been hearing a lot of chatter about nothing happening with the coach or the GM this season, but this really gives me a renewed respect.

The only way this will change is if the fans get upset. I am sure Clark is not out to lose money on the Chiefs, so unless he really does have desires to move the team to LA ala a Major League style move. Then I don't see how he can sit by and let this crew have another year at this team.

I certainly would not. It really is time to get some fresh blood in here. I was not down on Peterson as much as I am now after reading this, I wish I had HBO at the beginning of the season so I could see what was going on behind the scenes.

I really have a feeling that something will change on the last day of the season.
I for one will be surprised if any changes are made at the GM position, I do not expect cp gone until Arrowhead renovations are done.:mob:

greg3564
12-18-2007, 01:47 AM
I think that Carl will resign at the end of the season. Hunt has said he will not address the media until the season is over and I believe that is because Carl will tender his resignation then. It's the clean way out for Hunt and it allows him to keep Herm another year under a new GM. Then, if we have another season like this one, Herm is gone. I just really hope both of them could be gone after this season is over with. We don't really know what Hunt is capable of and he very well might be so pissed off that Carl and Herm could both get the ax. With Carl's statements of resigning if his self evaluation is hurting the team, I think he's setting the stage to move on. Who knows.

Oh yeah, props to the fatboy on this one......:fatlock:

Guru
12-18-2007, 01:48 AM
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I for one will be surprised if any changes are made at the GM position, I do not expect cp gone until Arrowhead renovations are done.:mob:

Clark is refusing to speak with the media until after the season is over. He made a statement Sunday to this effect.

tornadospotter
12-18-2007, 01:53 AM
It's obvious to me that Herm is throwing these games to ensure the highest draft order possible IMO. But once the high draft order is established will he do something constructive and positive with it?

:fatlock: made some since here, and admitting it makes me feel so dirty; pardon me while I go take a shower.
:fatlock: is still a donkey :character00109: and you should take a shower.:yahoo:

Chiefster
12-18-2007, 01:56 AM
:fatlock: is still a donkey :character00109: and you should take a shower.:yahoo:

Agreed; I offend even myself. :11:

prough91
12-18-2007, 07:04 AM
I think that Carl will resign at the end of the season. Hunt has said he will not address the media until the season is over and I believe that is because Carl will tender his resignation then. It's the clean way out for Hunt and it allows him to keep Herm another year under a new GM. Then, if we have another season like this one, Herm is gone. I just really hope both of them could be gone after this season is over with. We don't really know what Hunt is capable of and he very well might be so pissed off that Carl and Herm could both get the ax. With Carl's statements of resigning if his self evaluation is hurting the team, I think he's setting the stage to move on. Who knows

That's the exact thing I thought when I read it. Rep.

Chiefster
12-18-2007, 04:03 PM
That's the exact thing I thought when I read it. Rep.


That would be awesome!

Canada
12-19-2007, 12:13 AM
JASON WHITLOCK COMMENTARY

No reasonable explanations for way Chiefs are playing

By JASON WHITLOCK




If Carl Peterson and Herm Edwards woke up Sunday morning determined to prove that Eddie Drummond no longer belongs inside an NFL uniform, Kansas Cityís 2007 Arrowhead Stadium finale was a smashing success.

If they awakened with the intention of providing frustrated Chiefs fans with a smidgen of hope for next season, well, letís just say my dietitian had more success at Ollie Gatesí all-you-can-eat-and-take-home Christmas party.

With the Tennessee Titans in town, the Chiefs mired in an extended losing streak and patience wearing razor-thin on King Carlís two-decade Super Bowl plan, Arrowhead Stadium has finally turned into a hostile, half-empty environment for the homeboys.

As the Chiefs lost their seventh straight, 26-17, Kansas City football fans watched while wearing paper bags, waving smart-aleck signs and shouting expletives.

ďWe donít have a home-field advantage right now,Ē defensive end Jared Allen said, stating the obvious.

Nope, Sundayís debacle dropped the Chiefs to 2-6 at the crib this year and 4-10 overall.

Hey, Iím all good with the losing and improvement in KCís draft position. Itís the way the Chiefs are losing that has me up in arms. Thereís no rhyme or reason to what is transpiring with the Chiefs.

Prosecution witness No. 1: Eddie Drummond.
Why? That has been the question about Drummond all season. Why was Drummond signed at the end of training camp when Justin Phinisee, a kid who fit KCís supposed youth movement, had performed so admirably as the Chiefsí return man? And now why would the Chiefs return Drummond to the active roster after he enjoyed a very productive month of standing along the sideline in street clothes?

Drummond canít help the Chiefs in 2008, and he damn sure canít help them in 2007.

Drummond fumbled a punt, botched a perfectly blocked return with needless juking and stutter-stepping, and slipped and fell inside KCís 5 on another return.

When I asked Edwards why Drummond was dusted off and put in position to embarrass himself and the organization again, the coach had no plausible explanation.

Reasonable explanations have become a scarce commodity at One Arrowhead Drive. King Carl and Edwards keep referencing a Plan to fix this mess. A Plan is exactly what has been missing from day one.

What Iím about to write isnít mentioned to toot my own horn; itís referenced to demonstrate that none of us should be surprised by what weíre witnessing. I refer you to the column I wrote the day before Kansas Cityís season opener. It was headlined ďChiefs on a trip to nowhereland.Ē

Hereís the key excerpt:
ďIf you watched HBOís ĎHard Knocks,í you didnít hear a lot of talk about the Super Bowl or even the playoffs. We were just treated to unprecedented access into the Chiefs organization, but we have no idea what the goal is for this yearís squad.

ďGood coaches and sound organizations find unique, compelling and entertaining ways to repeat the same message over and over again. What was Hermís message? The lack of one says a lot about where this organization is headed. Nowhere. The Chiefs are neither rebuilding nor reaching for the playoffs.Ē

This thing is stale and in need of a drastic overhaul. There is no singular vision driving this organization. King Carl has run out of fresh ideas. Thatís no crime. He had a good run. The crime is holding on well past usefulness. The crime is not getting out of the way and giving others a chance. By holding on, heís allowed chaos and desperation to run wild.

Iíve harped on the Drummond-Phinisee stupidity all season because itís a sign of the organizationís insecurity. The personnel department and coaching staff watched a kid win the job, then gave it to a washed-up old-timer with a decent resume and connection to KCís special-teams coachís dad. What a bunch of clowns.

Greg Wesley, despite his frustrations about losing his starting spot, has actually shown up each Sunday and given a solid effort. He didnít suit up against the Titans to make room for an additional cornerback. Meanwhile, three-year free-agent bust Kendrell Bell was back in action. Why?

Clark Hunt told me Sunday that heíll speak with the media after the season. He needs to be wearing his Big Boy shoes. Chiefs fans are ready for a new direction, new leadership. If Clark sticks with the status quo or tries to elevate one of Petersonís cronies to general manager, the Chiefs fans that show up at Arrowhead next season will be angrier than the crew that just left.

I need poker money....thanks coach!! :bananen_smilies046:

tammietailgator
12-19-2007, 12:27 AM
I don't see carl resigning, not yet. Actually I do not ever see him resigning... but retiring in 2 more years. Clark will more than likely be respecting his dads legacy. Not that I agree with that, but trust me on this. Carl is still taking all of Clarks calls - Clark has some huge shoes to fill... I don't think he will make any drastic changes before he is ready and trained to be what his daddy raised him to be.

just my call. Hope I am wrong.:bananen_smilies046:

Canada
12-19-2007, 12:32 AM
JASON WHITLOCK COMMENTARY

No reasonable explanations for way Chiefs are playing

By JASON WHITLOCK




If Carl Peterson and Herm Edwards woke up Sunday morning determined to prove that Eddie Drummond no longer belongs inside an NFL uniform, Kansas Cityís 2007 Arrowhead Stadium finale was a smashing success.

If they awakened with the intention of providing frustrated Chiefs fans with a smidgen of hope for next season, well, letís just say my dietitian had more success at Ollie Gatesí all-you-can-eat-and-take-home Christmas party.

With the Tennessee Titans in town, the Chiefs mired in an extended losing streak and patience wearing razor-thin on King Carlís two-decade Super Bowl plan, Arrowhead Stadium has finally turned into a hostile, half-empty environment for the homeboys.

As the Chiefs lost their seventh straight, 26-17, Kansas City football fans watched while wearing paper bags, waving smart-aleck signs and shouting expletives.

ďWe donít have a home-field advantage right now,Ē defensive end Jared Allen said, stating the obvious.

Nope, Sundayís debacle dropped the Chiefs to 2-6 at the crib this year and 4-10 overall.

Hey, Iím all good with the losing and improvement in KCís draft position. Itís the way the Chiefs are losing that has me up in arms. Thereís no rhyme or reason to what is transpiring with the Chiefs.

Prosecution witness No. 1: Eddie Drummond.
Why? That has been the question about Drummond all season. Why was Drummond signed at the end of training camp when Justin Phinisee, a kid who fit KCís supposed youth movement, had performed so admirably as the Chiefsí return man? And now why would the Chiefs return Drummond to the active roster after he enjoyed a very productive month of standing along the sideline in street clothes?

Drummond canít help the Chiefs in 2008, and he damn sure canít help them in 2007.

Drummond fumbled a punt, botched a perfectly blocked return with needless juking and stutter-stepping, and slipped and fell inside KCís 5 on another return.

When I asked Edwards why Drummond was dusted off and put in position to embarrass himself and the organization again, the coach had no plausible explanation.

Reasonable explanations have become a scarce commodity at One Arrowhead Drive. King Carl and Edwards keep referencing a Plan to fix this mess. A Plan is exactly what has been missing from day one.

What Iím about to write isnít mentioned to toot my own horn; itís referenced to demonstrate that none of us should be surprised by what weíre witnessing. I refer you to the column I wrote the day before Kansas Cityís season opener. It was headlined ďChiefs on a trip to nowhereland.Ē

Hereís the key excerpt:
ďIf you watched HBOís ĎHard Knocks,í you didnít hear a lot of talk about the Super Bowl or even the playoffs. We were just treated to unprecedented access into the Chiefs organization, but we have no idea what the goal is for this yearís squad.

ďGood coaches and sound organizations find unique, compelling and entertaining ways to repeat the same message over and over again. What was Hermís message? The lack of one says a lot about where this organization is headed. Nowhere. The Chiefs are neither rebuilding nor reaching for the playoffs.Ē

This thing is stale and in need of a drastic overhaul. There is no singular vision driving this organization. King Carl has run out of fresh ideas. Thatís no crime. He had a good run. The crime is holding on well past usefulness. The crime is not getting out of the way and giving others a chance. By holding on, heís allowed chaos and desperation to run wild.

Iíve harped on the Drummond-Phinisee stupidity all season because itís a sign of the organizationís insecurity. The personnel department and coaching staff watched a kid win the job, then gave it to a washed-up old-timer with a decent resume and connection to KCís special-teams coachís dad. What a bunch of clowns.

Greg Wesley, despite his frustrations about losing his starting spot, has actually shown up each Sunday and given a solid effort. He didnít suit up against the Titans to make room for an additional cornerback. Meanwhile, three-year free-agent bust Kendrell Bell was back in action. Why?

Clark Hunt told me Sunday that heíll speak with the media after the season. He needs to be wearing his Big Boy shoes. Chiefs fans are ready for a new direction, new leadership. If Clark sticks with the status quo or tries to elevate one of Petersonís cronies to general manager, the Chiefs fans that show up at Arrowhead next season will be angrier than the crew that just left.

Man I suck at poker.

Canada
12-19-2007, 12:32 AM
JASON WHITLOCK COMMENTARY

No reasonable explanations for way Chiefs are playing

By JASON WHITLOCK




If Carl Peterson and Herm Edwards woke up Sunday morning determined to prove that Eddie Drummond no longer belongs inside an NFL uniform, Kansas Cityís 2007 Arrowhead Stadium finale was a smashing success.

If they awakened with the intention of providing frustrated Chiefs fans with a smidgen of hope for next season, well, letís just say my dietitian had more success at Ollie Gatesí all-you-can-eat-and-take-home Christmas party.

With the Tennessee Titans in town, the Chiefs mired in an extended losing streak and patience wearing razor-thin on King Carlís two-decade Super Bowl plan, Arrowhead Stadium has finally turned into a hostile, half-empty environment for the homeboys.

As the Chiefs lost their seventh straight, 26-17, Kansas City football fans watched while wearing paper bags, waving smart-aleck signs and shouting expletives.

ďWe donít have a home-field advantage right now,Ē defensive end Jared Allen said, stating the obvious.

Nope, Sundayís debacle dropped the Chiefs to 2-6 at the crib this year and 4-10 overall.

Hey, Iím all good with the losing and improvement in KCís draft position. Itís the way the Chiefs are losing that has me up in arms. Thereís no rhyme or reason to what is transpiring with the Chiefs.

Prosecution witness No. 1: Eddie Drummond.
Why? That has been the question about Drummond all season. Why was Drummond signed at the end of training camp when Justin Phinisee, a kid who fit KCís supposed youth movement, had performed so admirably as the Chiefsí return man? And now why would the Chiefs return Drummond to the active roster after he enjoyed a very productive month of standing along the sideline in street clothes?

Drummond canít help the Chiefs in 2008, and he damn sure canít help them in 2007.

Drummond fumbled a punt, botched a perfectly blocked return with needless juking and stutter-stepping, and slipped and fell inside KCís 5 on another return.

When I asked Edwards why Drummond was dusted off and put in position to embarrass himself and the organization again, the coach had no plausible explanation.

Reasonable explanations have become a scarce commodity at One Arrowhead Drive. King Carl and Edwards keep referencing a Plan to fix this mess. A Plan is exactly what has been missing from day one.

What Iím about to write isnít mentioned to toot my own horn; itís referenced to demonstrate that none of us should be surprised by what weíre witnessing. I refer you to the column I wrote the day before Kansas Cityís season opener. It was headlined ďChiefs on a trip to nowhereland.Ē

Hereís the key excerpt:
ďIf you watched HBOís ĎHard Knocks,í you didnít hear a lot of talk about the Super Bowl or even the playoffs. We were just treated to unprecedented access into the Chiefs organization, but we have no idea what the goal is for this yearís squad.

ďGood coaches and sound organizations find unique, compelling and entertaining ways to repeat the same message over and over again. What was Hermís message? The lack of one says a lot about where this organization is headed. Nowhere. The Chiefs are neither rebuilding nor reaching for the playoffs.Ē

This thing is stale and in need of a drastic overhaul. There is no singular vision driving this organization. King Carl has run out of fresh ideas. Thatís no crime. He had a good run. The crime is holding on well past usefulness. The crime is not getting out of the way and giving others a chance. By holding on, heís allowed chaos and desperation to run wild.

Iíve harped on the Drummond-Phinisee stupidity all season because itís a sign of the organizationís insecurity. The personnel department and coaching staff watched a kid win the job, then gave it to a washed-up old-timer with a decent resume and connection to KCís special-teams coachís dad. What a bunch of clowns.

Greg Wesley, despite his frustrations about losing his starting spot, has actually shown up each Sunday and given a solid effort. He didnít suit up against the Titans to make room for an additional cornerback. Meanwhile, three-year free-agent bust Kendrell Bell was back in action. Why?

Clark Hunt told me Sunday that heíll speak with the media after the season. He needs to be wearing his Big Boy shoes. Chiefs fans are ready for a new direction, new leadership. If Clark sticks with the status quo or tries to elevate one of Petersonís cronies to general manager, the Chiefs fans that show up at Arrowhead next season will be angrier than the crew that just left.

Really badly!! sorry guys!! :bananen_smilies046:

rbedgood
12-19-2007, 02:07 AM
JASON WHITLOCK COMMENTARY

No reasonable explanations for way Chiefs are playing

By JASON WHITLOCK




If Carl Peterson and Herm Edwards woke up Sunday morning determined to prove that Eddie Drummond no longer belongs inside an NFL uniform, Kansas Cityís 2007 Arrowhead Stadium finale was a smashing success.

If they awakened with the intention of providing frustrated Chiefs fans with a smidgen of hope for next season, well, letís just say my dietitian had more success at Ollie Gatesí all-you-can-eat-and-take-home Christmas party.

With the Tennessee Titans in town, the Chiefs mired in an extended losing streak and patience wearing razor-thin on King Carlís two-decade Super Bowl plan, Arrowhead Stadium has finally turned into a hostile, half-empty environment for the homeboys.

As the Chiefs lost their seventh straight, 26-17, Kansas City football fans watched while wearing paper bags, waving smart-aleck signs and shouting expletives.

ďWe donít have a home-field advantage right now,Ē defensive end Jared Allen said, stating the obvious.

Nope, Sundayís debacle dropped the Chiefs to 2-6 at the crib this year and 4-10 overall.

Hey, Iím all good with the losing and improvement in KCís draft position. Itís the way the Chiefs are losing that has me up in arms. Thereís no rhyme or reason to what is transpiring with the Chiefs.

Prosecution witness No. 1: Eddie Drummond.
Why? That has been the question about Drummond all season. Why was Drummond signed at the end of training camp when Justin Phinisee, a kid who fit KCís supposed youth movement, had performed so admirably as the Chiefsí return man? And now why would the Chiefs return Drummond to the active roster after he enjoyed a very productive month of standing along the sideline in street clothes?

Drummond canít help the Chiefs in 2008, and he damn sure canít help them in 2007.

Drummond fumbled a punt, botched a perfectly blocked return with needless juking and stutter-stepping, and slipped and fell inside KCís 5 on another return.

When I asked Edwards why Drummond was dusted off and put in position to embarrass himself and the organization again, the coach had no plausible explanation.

Reasonable explanations have become a scarce commodity at One Arrowhead Drive. King Carl and Edwards keep referencing a Plan to fix this mess. A Plan is exactly what has been missing from day one.

What Iím about to write isnít mentioned to toot my own horn; itís referenced to demonstrate that none of us should be surprised by what weíre witnessing. I refer you to the column I wrote the day before Kansas Cityís season opener. It was headlined ďChiefs on a trip to nowhereland.Ē

Hereís the key excerpt:
ďIf you watched HBOís ĎHard Knocks,í you didnít hear a lot of talk about the Super Bowl or even the playoffs. We were just treated to unprecedented access into the Chiefs organization, but we have no idea what the goal is for this yearís squad.

ďGood coaches and sound organizations find unique, compelling and entertaining ways to repeat the same message over and over again. What was Hermís message? The lack of one says a lot about where this organization is headed. Nowhere. The Chiefs are neither rebuilding nor reaching for the playoffs.Ē

This thing is stale and in need of a drastic overhaul. There is no singular vision driving this organization. King Carl has run out of fresh ideas. Thatís no crime. He had a good run. The crime is holding on well past usefulness. The crime is not getting out of the way and giving others a chance. By holding on, heís allowed chaos and desperation to run wild.

Iíve harped on the Drummond-Phinisee stupidity all season because itís a sign of the organizationís insecurity. The personnel department and coaching staff watched a kid win the job, then gave it to a washed-up old-timer with a decent resume and connection to KCís special-teams coachís dad. What a bunch of clowns.

Greg Wesley, despite his frustrations about losing his starting spot, has actually shown up each Sunday and given a solid effort. He didnít suit up against the Titans to make room for an additional cornerback. Meanwhile, three-year free-agent bust Kendrell Bell was back in action. Why?

Clark Hunt told me Sunday that heíll speak with the media after the season. He needs to be wearing his Big Boy shoes. Chiefs fans are ready for a new direction, new leadership. If Clark sticks with the status quo or tries to elevate one of Petersonís cronies to general manager, the Chiefs fans that show up at Arrowhead next season will be angrier than the crew that just left.


I need poker money....thanks coach!! :bananen_smilies046:


Man I suck at poker.


Really badly!! sorry guys!! :bananen_smilies046:

That he does...but we like having him in the poker room...

hermhater
12-19-2007, 02:14 AM
Classic!

:lol:

prough91
12-19-2007, 02:16 AM
I need poker money....thanks coach!! :bananen_smilies046:

What a whore. Worse than H and his damn parrots.

Canada
12-19-2007, 02:22 AM
What a whore. Worse than H and his damn parrots.

Hey, lets not say things we can't take back!!

hermhater
12-19-2007, 02:58 AM
What a whore. Worse than H and his damn parrots.

did someone say parrot?


http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2007/10/274.jpg

prough91
12-19-2007, 03:01 AM
did someone say parrot?


http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2007/10/274.jpg

Football hell. Football hell. Do you never learn? You never called me back either, b*#@ch.

hermhater
12-19-2007, 03:20 AM
What a whore. Worse than H and his damn parrots.


Football hell. Football hell. Do you never learn? You never called me back either, b*#@ch.

LOL!

:lol:

prough91
12-19-2007, 03:29 AM
LOL!

:lol:

You're a liar. I would have expected that from tim, but you? ...

hermhater
12-19-2007, 04:01 AM
did someone say parrot?


http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2007/10/274.jpg


Football hell. Football hell. Do you never learn? You never called me back either, b*#@ch.


LOL!

:lol:


You're a liar. I would have expected that from tim, but you? ...

Parrots don't lie!

:bananen_smilies046: