We could spearhead it a lot quicker if you would take five seconds and see that there are already threads about this. Not to mention this has to be one of the most unjustified statements I've heard, wanting to change uniforms is one thing, but crediting a change in image to success is bogus. There have been just as many teams that have had a uniform change that have failed miserably, the most apparent being the perenial last place Lions. The few teams you named are hardly credible examples, all of them were successful after a coaching/management change, the Bucs and Broncos have tapered off a bit in recent years and it remains to be seen if this Cardinal season was a miracle or if they can continue to perform at this level.
The other problem I have with this is that this organization doesn't need a facelift. Like every team, we've had bad years, but our current players should be proud to be wearing the same colors as the teams from the 60's, early 70's, 90's and early 2000's, heck, there have even been good years in the terrible 80's. You're a Nebraska man, you should know that Callahan tried to change the image of that program, and look where he and the program ended up. You change an image when you're trying to change an identity. This Chiefs' organization is a proud one, even if we haven't won the big game in 40 odd years, I wouldn't change it one bit.