Glazer: House of Cards Collapses Around Chiefs Owner Clark Hunt

What can you say? Same old thing, no surprises…

Matt Cassel fumbles. TOUCHDOWN CHARGERS!

Game over. But it was really over before it began. The Chiefs are a team that has quit. The only star they have – Dwayne Bowe – has to be very upset. The game’s in the fourth quarter, Bowe already has 74 yards and 7 catches. He’s our entire offense. Jamaal Charles looks to be no real threat to anyone anymore. A good scat back maybe, but not a threat inside the 30.

So the Chiefs will release Matt THE FRANCHISE, Brady Quinn, and fire Romeo Crennel as well as Scott Pioli.

They have to.

It’s start all over time.

Wow, three to five years maybe before this team can compete. OH boy.

It’s hard for me to believe the damage that’s been done by Pioli. It’s unreal.

Where do we go from here? Lord knows. This town deserves better.

And the Royals pulled that other stunt today.

Another loser pitcher for big bucks. It never ends.

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13 Responses to Glazer: House of Cards Collapses Around Chiefs Owner Clark Hunt

  1. Guy Who Says What Others Think says:

    As a harsh Royals critic, I have to give a thumbs up to the Santana acquisition. It’s a high reward, low risk move. So he cost a lot of money. Who cares, it’s just one year and the Royals have enough to spend. The Royals are in desperate need of starting pitching, and any free agent pitcher is going to demand almost double the market rate to play for the shit-show that is the Royals. Now, grab another starter somehow (hell pick off Dan Haren too) and let’s see what happens.

    • harley says:

      GLAZE…BOOOORRRRRRINNNNNNGGGGGGGGG.

      how many ways can you tell us this team is bad. Wedon’t need
      pics of paper bags…or your “vital” words about how the team
      is so bad…thats old/redundant/boring.
      Give us something new…maybe a real time analysis of what
      the team can do ….position by position.
      maybe a look at what the draft has..
      maybe a look at who the chiefs might bring in and their
      positive and negativevattributes…
      what aboutthis black out arrowhead in 2 weeks…was at
      sports nutzand theyre selling tons of t shirts…
      what about royals…their prospects..
      we’ve heard anough about how bad these teams are…show your
      sports intelligence and produce something with some
      facts and figures about what change can be done to improve
      the team.
      Lets move on….you’ve used every adjective in the book to describe
      this team…now lets see if you’ve got any brains to back up the
      over used negative hype.
      In other words…be a real SCRIBE!

  2. Jim says:

    Glaze, I don’t think there is any question that Romeo will be sent packing. That’s what happens to head coaches when their teams lose. But, Pioli? I don’t see it. Clark has too much of his old man in him. Wouldn’t shock me if Cassel was on the roster next year either albeit as a backup. He’s going to be too cheap not to keep.

    It should NEVER take 5 years to rebuild in the NFL. Never. What it takes is a great head coach and a good QB. No mystery there. The problem is that the Chiefs have never shown any desire to do what it takes to acquire those two things. It’s going to take a Brinks truck full of money for the head coach and a willingness to trade WHATEVER it takes for the next great QB. Who wouldn’t have traded the last 3 or 4 years of the Chiefs’ first round picks for RG3, Andrew Luck, et al? The problem is that it was LAST year’s draft class that offered up the most promising QB’s. Maybe the next great QB is in this coming year’s draft, but I don’t see it.

  3. Rick Nichols says:

    A good QB will still need an O-line that can protect him when a pass play is called and open up holes for a back when a run play is called. The Chiefs also lack that, but perhaps they can develop one within the next 3 to 5 years. Miracles still happen, you know.

  4. Justguy says:

    I say again: Worst NFL team EVER.

    They’re pulling stats which pre-date the Super Bowl by 50 years or so.

    Oh, how do you fix it? Big-time coach, get a big-time QB. Players will want to play for winners.

  5. Orphan of the Road says:

    Take Arrowhead, put up a parking lot
    With a Dollar Store, a nail salon and title loan spot.

    Don’t it always seem as though, you don’t know what ya got till it’s gone…

    Worst team/management (with apologies to Matt Millen) I ever saw was the 68 Eagles. Finishing 2-12 after beating the Lions in the Thanksgiving Turkey Bowl. Buffalo got #1 and OJ. Eagles took Leroy Keyes at #2.

    Examining Pioli’s two-for-the-price-of-three way of picking talent out of the second, third round in the first, I wonder if he has his own Leroy Keyes in sight?

  6. Lee says:

    The real problem is the upcoming draft. Let’s say we get one of the first three picks (and I think the chiefs will pull out a couple of games now that the season is over to prevent us from a really high pick). There might not be a franchise QB worth such a high pick. I don’t think there is another Andrew Luck or RG3 in the upcoming draft as there were last year.

    Good news–the Chiefs have the first pick
    Bad news–there is no QB worth the first pick

    Then what? We draft Blackledge or Bono and the problem gets kicked down the road for 5 more years?

    Seriously, I have no idea what Pioli should do in this case and I would bet that Pioli is still around next year and several more years.

    • Lee says:

      Her is something I just read on grantland.com

      The league’s awful teams play hard because nobody really wants the first overall pick. Although it isn’t the salary cap-destroying Winner’s Curse that it was before the CBA renegotiations, the first overall pick might be more of a hassle than it’s worth this year. With expected no. 1 pick Matt Barkley struggling at USC, teams will have to decide between taking a risk on Geno Smith or selecting one of the many defensive linemen in contention for the top spot. Last year, the draft had two clear stars and then a huge dropoff in value before the third pick. This year, the first overall pick might not be worth much more than the sixth or seventh pick, and those selections come without the franchise- and career-defining stigma that comes with the first overall pick.2

      Interestingly enough, several of the teams in contention for the first overall pick really don’t need a quarterback. The 1-6 Panthers aren’t about to get rid of Cam Newton, and the 2-6 Browns have probably seen enough out of Brandon Weeden this year to give him another shot under new management in 2013. The 1-6 Jaguars could even consider giving Blaine Gabbert one more year to work his problems out, leaving the 1-7 Chiefs as the only team at the bottom of the league really looking for a quarterback. Everyone I just mentioned besides the Chiefs is also in desperate need of a pass rusher, so it might actually benefit those other teams to stay put and go after the best rusher available when they show up on draft day.

  7. Hot Carl says:

    So let me get this straight…Pioli fired Haley last year after Haley was forced to play, and occasionally win, with Tyler Palko at quarterback. Yet, this year Romeo has somehow managed to hold on to his job while crapping all over this city with Pioli’s handpicked savior at quarterback?

    Pioli did a great job of demonizing Haley last year but I think it’s pretty clear now who the real ass-clown is. I hope and pray Haley and the Steelers score somewhere in the neighborhood of 900 points against KC when they play on the 12th.

    • Craig Glazer says:

      Todd got last laugh….this Monday, Pittsburgh 45 Chiefs 6….Todd won’t let up on the gas peddle…lots of fun…

      • chuck says:

        Haley has been game planning for next Monday night for the last 6 months.

        No Quarter.

        I betcha Haley is calling time outs with 30 seconds left so he can score again in a 45 to 9 game.

        At least I hope so.

  8. Lee says:

    And BTW–what kind of free agents do you think will want to come to KC after this year’s crapfest? When it comes time to rebuild, we will only get the marginal free agents no one else wants or have to overpay for mediocre ones.

    This might actually get even worse next year.

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