The stink farm known as the Kansas City Chiefs were smart enough to steal Kyle Orton…
From two teams that wanted him badly – Texas and Chicago – teams that have a real shot at the playoffs while the Chiefs are totally out of the playoffs picture. Then Orton threw a single pass, hurt his hand and is likely out for the season. Great way to blow $2 million.
Orton was meaningless to one of the NFL’s worst teams.
And once again today the Chiefs were gifted a game. From a team with a wounded quarterback, like us. Chiefs QB Tyler Palko is brave and tries very hard, but he’s not a legitimate NFL quarterback, as evidenced by zero touchdowns in three games.
Yes, we had a playground TD at the end of the first half. Palko just threw it up and the Chiefs got lucky when it was batted down and into their hands.
Impressive, what talent!
Palko did nothing the rest of the game. The Bears gave us the game, with bounce-off TD at the end, non-existent penalties and missed field goals. You can see we really suck.
You will hear now how wonderful our defense is, right? NOT REALLY. We do well against wounded teams like Oakland was and the Bears, but nobody else, save the one good performance against a bored Steelers team.
Our D makes no big plays, really. Or very few. And it can be had with a good anything. The Jets and Packers both will remind us of how bad the Chiefs really are.
Then we will be 5-9 with no decent draft pick.
The best example of how bad these Chiefs are was Kyle Orton’s one play career for KC at two million bucks. He stunk and was hurt on his first play. Let’s fire general manager Scott Piolli and make coach Todd Haley GM and head coach – that makes more sense.
Again, sorry Chumps fans. Like me, you need to find another team to root for over the next few years. Without a decent quarterback in the NFL you are just cannon fodder. We will be a team in name only with the Matt‘s, the Tyler’s, the Kyles, etc. So we will be awful next year too – with our without Haley. That’s just the way it is.
No talent, no quarterback, not worth backing in my book.