Originally Posted by chiefnut
I agree owners don't have to know much about football, but if they sit back and change nothing year after year they get the same results year after year. In the end its the owner and only the owner, that can fire the gm. unless of course its in a corp, or truss, where the board makes that decision. But last I checked the gm does not fire the gm.
Originally Posted by reded
I expect the owner of a nfl team no know enough about football to be able to see that a loosing record means you change something. Doing the same thing over and over again will get you the same results over and over again.
This is not Clarks first year, of course he should have fired pioli before the start of this year. Thats the owners job to hire the right gm. Also the owners job to fire him if he is not doing the job. Just common sense.
Seems as though you're speaking with your emotions instead of the aforementioned common sense. I doubt that there's an owner in the entire league who would have fired Scott Pioli after only 3 seasons. Especially when one considers the hype that was built upon him, having come from the dynastic New England Patriots. Perhaps a warning to turn it around or you won't be around but certainly not fired.
Originally Posted by 70 chiefsfan70
FYI...it's losing, with one "o".