I would remind. Fans only have so many ways to express their displeasure with the direction of the team. I personally only find fault with the booing at a charity event or at players' homes (first I have heard of either occurrence). Heck, I do not even see the booing at the stadium as booing at the players. People are booing at the owner, coach and GM. Just like I understand, that even those that were cheering during the Cassel injury were actually cheering for the outcome, not reveling in the individual's injury. That reaction was created by the Owner, GM and HC.
The one thing I do know is the places that have fans who do not put up with mediocrity (not that there has even been that for the last ten years with the Chiefs) tend to see positive change. That is, they make their voices heard and it does make a difference.
I would also point out, none of the things described is near as bad as fans from one team killing a fan of another team.
I have seen a lot about a fan killing another team fan. And the reason that this isn't as big a story on ESPN is because this was a jealous husband killing another man who happened to a fan of the opposing team vacationing in town coming to see the game. If this would have happened at the stadium or even if there would have been a fight over the teams I could see this .. this one was a man got jealous over his wife talking to another man and without saying a word pulls a knife and kills the other man then walks off.
This has nothing to do with the team ... If I am wrong someone please correct me.
I am thinking that no matter if Quinn or Stanzi pan out or not - it's time to draft our own franchise quarterback.