Mike Vick is still a top 10 QB. I don’t see an elite franchise QB coming out of the next draft. This franchise needs to start thinking about next season. The Chiefs will have to run the table the rest of the season to get a road playoff game… that ain’t happening. Who’s going to be your QB next season? If the Chiefs can turn Bowe into a QB this team can depend on for the next few seasons, I think it’s a good trade.
In order to pull the trade off, the Chiefs need to get salary help from the Eagles and they’ll probably need a 3rd team to give the Eagles something they want… like a draft pick or two with Bowe going to said third team. You have to think the Colts would be interested along with a few other teams with playoff aspirations.
For all those who think this is a really bad idea, please provide arguments that don’t include the words "dog fighting." I already covered the salary issue as well. I realize Vick looks horrible this year, but I don’t think it’s a fall off in talent that is the problem. Nor do I think it’s a mental thing. I think he’s in a bad spot in Philly and on a bad team with a horrible O-line. The converse is true in Kansas City… the team looks REALLY bad not because they lack talent but because they have the worst player in the league at the most important position on the field. Give this team just an average QB and they’re better than a .500 team.
It is easy to pick out a single player and focus everything on him. It is the weak thing to do – the easy way out. The QB can’t get a pass off. The receivers are running bad routes and dropping easy passes. The special teams unit is muffing punts. The whole thing is bad, bad, bad… Stinks of bad coaching – which starts with bad management – which stems from disinterested ownership…
This is not a team that doesn’t have the talent to compete. Brandon Carr was this teams biggest loss. This was a team who despite losing 3 key players early in the season last year with this talent managed to stay in the playoff hunt in the AFC west till week 16.
Yet here we are not even halfway through the season and it’s clear to every one that this team is going to be no where close to being a playoff team. So If the talent is mostly there from a year ago why is that.
This team had an extra week to get ready for the Oakland Raiders. Yet it was Oakland that came out CLEARLY the team that was more ready to play the game of football.
What did the Chiefs look like. They looked the same as they have at any other point this season. They turned the ball over. They didn’t show anything to make the Raiders think they had to worry about the Chiefs taking the ball and scoring anything but a few field goals.
Much has been made about the poor QB play that has been seen with the Chiefs this year. Many have piled on Matt Cassel. But the truth is that with this coaching staff Cassel really doesn’t have much of a shot to be a good QB. No QB would look great with the coaching staff that has been put in place in KC.
That’s not to say Cassel has done anything at all the fact is that he hasn’t and is just as much to do with why this team is where they are as anyother other player. If not more so.
But when your head coach decides that instead of taking a shot and trying to make something happen right before the half that you’re just going to take a knee and play just to stay close. You’re not going to win many games in the NFL. That’s been proven over the years. The NFL has changed from a just grind it out game. With all the rules changes in favor of the offense. Those days are for the most part over.
The Chiefs made a mistake giving the job to Todd Haley they fired him. They made a mistake again by having Romeo Crennel as his replacement. That’s clear by the 1-6 mark.
The Chiefs made a mistake by giving Matt Cassel the keys to the offense. But they have made even bigger ones with the head coaches that they have chosen to lead this team.
And for that Scott Pioli should be worried for his job. He’s now 0-2 when it comes to picking head coaches. That’s just not simply going to be enough. If he is able to stick around this it a MUST GET IT RIGHT head coach hireing. He’s down in the count 0-2 he can no longer afford to swing and miss on anther head coach hire. If he does get that chance he has lost the right to be wrong and keep his job. Pioli’s seat needs to be REAL hot right now. This is just not an acceptable product on the field for him to go on to much longer. Scoot Pioli is the one that is responsable for this mess. Right now I don’t think many fans care to see him get a shot to work this team out of it.
This game showed that most of those players on Red and Gold don’t deserve US!
They got a week to show improvement and there where NO at all.
Hard Workin’ people form KC that spends money and time supporting CHIEFS deserve better!
Chiefs fans around the world deserve better!
In any company around the world if you don’t deliver it you got fired isn’t?
This isn’t anymore about just "FIRE PIOLI-BECH CASSEL" …
Today Im the ONE who feels sick and disgusting
They are NOT at least a competitive team.
Chiefs owns one of the best and most loyal fans around the NFL.
In exchange season after season we get a LAME product.
This is not anymore Loyal Fans vs Save Our Chiefs fans
We need to make a common union as ONE .. and show Owner that WE DEMAND a BETTER PRODUCT!
And YES fire EGOLI … he’s the apple who rotten the whole others!
Oakland Raiders (2-4)
Sunday, October 28, 3:05PM Central Time
Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Watch online: Kansas City Chiefs vs Oakland Raiders Live Stream Online
- Kansas City Chiefs: Clark Hunt should speak out on Trump comments - KC Kingdom
- Impasse between KCTV-5, AT&T over: What does that mean to Chiefs fans? - Kansas City Star
- Chiefs' Chris Conley explains his support for anthem protests after Trump's comments - Kansas City Star (blog)
- Chiefs' Marcus Peters calls foes 'my kids' | The Kansas City Star - Kansas City Star
- Kansas City Chiefs: Madden Simulation for Week 3 Vs Chargers - KC Kingdom
- 5 reasons the KC Chiefs will beat LA - The San Diego Union-Tribune - The San Diego Union-Tribune
- Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson says he is living with CTE - Kansas City Star