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    Default Spag goes to Rams, Pioli twiddles his thumbs.


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    Well, lazy Pioli didn't fire Herm and now Spag has signed with the Rams. The best coaching prospects have all been hired while KC's lazy front office twiddles there thumbs and have meetings on rather or not to fire the biggest loser in KC history. Thank you Clark, for being a great owner and hiring a guy who gets things done before it's to late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaschief View Post
    The 2010 head coaching class is too stacked to pass on. I doubt Pioli fires Herm knowing his options will drastically improve in one year's time coupled with the fact that his owner would rather keep him. Those reasons alone should insure Herm another year. Add the fact that he's solely responsible for a culture change at Arrowhead that busted them out of the vicious cycle of signing overpriced, average (at best) free agents to help win 8 games a season. While another coach may have won more than 2 games last season, no matter who they were, they wouldn't have won more than 5 games.
    We only won two games, thus we get the #3 pick. However, we could have won double, triple or even quadruple that amount. Our youthful players are learning about close games, even if they lost them. Plus, Arizona's brand new stadium got them to the bowl, hopefully the same will happen in KC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaschief View Post
    The 2010 head coaching class is too stacked to pass on. I doubt Pioli fires Herm knowing his options will drastically improve in one year's time coupled with the fact that his owner would rather keep him. Those reasons alone should insure Herm another year. Add the fact that he's solely responsible for a culture change at Arrowhead that busted them out of the vicious cycle of signing overpriced, average (at best) free agents to help win 8 games a season. While another coach may have won more than 2 games last season, no matter who they were, they wouldn't have won more than 5 games.
    I think if the Chiefs were keeping Herm, they would have already come out and said so. Makes no sense for Pioli and Hunt to say they're evaluating Herm. Makes no sense to up and fire him right off the bat either. I think Pioli has someone in mind and they're taking their time to get their ducks in a row before they let Herm go. I also think that keeping Herm another season demoralizes the fan base, something Hunt wants to avoid as it affects ticket and merchandise sales. There are very few fans left who think Herm can coach in the pros.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg3564 View Post
    I think if the Chiefs were keeping Herm, they would have already come out and said so. Makes no sense for Pioli and Hunt to say they're evaluating Herm. Makes no sense to up and fire him right off the bat either. I think Pioli has someone in mind and they're taking their time to get their ducks in a row before they let Herm go. I also think that keeping Herm another season demoralizes the fan base, something Hunt wants to avoid as it affects ticket and merchandise sales. There are very few fans left who think Herm can coach in the pros.
    Agree...no rush. Pioli has his man in mind and we will be the last to know. It will get done.

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    I still haven't given up on Cowher. CBS is done for the season, maybe we'll all get a big suprise in the next few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandelay View Post
    I still haven't given up on Cowher. CBS is done for the season, maybe we'll all get a big suprise in the next few days.
    Me too. Imagine the feeding frenzy and media circus around Cowher if he would have said that he is coming back to coaching before he had signed a deal. It would be nuts. Combine that with the fact that all of the coaches on our staff are leaving to take lateral positions with other organizations. Sign McNabb, Cowher has his Pro-bowl QB and this team is on their way.


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    I hope you guys are right!!
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    How many years does MCnabb have left? I would feel better with someone like Cassell. Those of you saying give Pioli a chance are right on. You don't come in here and start firing people the first week unless you have someone signed. If cowher does come back he wouldnt have made a diescision while he was still working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro_Angler View Post
    How many years does MCnabb have left? I would feel better with someone like Cassell. Those of you saying give Pioli a chance are right on. You don't come in here and start firing people the first week unless you have someone signed. If cowher does come back he wouldnt have made a diescision while he was still working.
    He's 32, so he'll probably live another 40 at least. Cassell's gonna be franchised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KristofLaw View Post
    He's 32, so he'll probably live another 40 at least. Cassell's gonna be franchised.
    dont you think that they will frnchise Cassel only to be able to retain him to get something for him? If they don't franchise him he can go any wheres and they get nothing for him. It would only be smart to franchise him, then play the market and get something for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.A.S. View Post
    You guys are upset because your Pioli messiah delusions aren't working out. It's apparent at this point that it was all Billechek and cheating caring Pioli and not that he was worth anything. If he had a shred of competence he would have fired Edwards. But he is just Carl Peterson part 2. I completely understand when you've made a fool of yourself by building an altar to someone who turns out to be a bum that you would be upset. But when your wrong your wrong. He was a cheater. He has NO accomplishments to his name since he got where he is by cheating and now he can't handle the job the Clark "worst owner in sports" Hunt has given him. Face it, the GM is pointless. He just hires a coach and keeps out of the way. One man can be coach and GM so the position serves no point. All he does is hire a coach. Even Peterson could win with a good coach. Pioli doesn't know whether or not to hire the losingist coach in the NFL over the last 2 years so he is stupid. I'm sure your all kiss his butt until he proves he can't do anything without cheating and then throw him under the bus too. So, enjoy your losing. Enjoy your slim knowledge of football. And enjoy your little forum. I can't stick around here and debate with people when it sounds like a monkey jumping on a keyboard could produce better text. You just wait and see what happens. And write this down, "I told you so!"
    Good Bye.

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