The Kansas City Chiefs are born losers and totally suck. So says, Stanford & Sons main man Craig Glazer, a longtime follower of the game and amateur sports handicapper.
Take the team’s first round draft pick of Auburn defensive end Dee Ford.
“What does that say about the Chiefs ineptitude?” Glazer says. “They’re losers, man. That draft pick was absurd. I have no other words other than, blithering idiots.
“Let me get this straight; the current Chiefs quarterback wants out of here and they go out and pick an undersized defensive end that injury prone and a concert pianist, as if that matters. There were a couple of great wide receivers available and god knows we need that. It’s another classic, mind-boggling Chiefs move.”
On second thought…
“How about going up one spot and having the balls to get Johnny Manziel?” Glazer rants. “That’s what Craig Glazer would have done. We haven’t had a great player in a decade – barely Tony Gonzalez maybe.
“I could get in my car, drive around and pick up two homeless people to replace Chiefs GM John Dorsey and this team would not be any worse off. Didn’t we just go through all this with Scott Pioli? It makes me sick. What a bunch of pussies.
“With a little bit of effort we could have had Johnny Football, the most exciting player in college football in modern times. Maybe he wouldn’t be John Elway or Tom Brady, but for the first time since Joe Montana there would be some real electricity and excitement in those two boring stadiums.”
“We only missed Manziel by one spot. The Chiefs could have traded Alex Smith and thrown in Brandon Flowers and maybe a draft pick from next year,” Glazer continues. “Is that disgusting? What are the Chiefs trying to prove? They had a player that blew his brains out and I’d say almost every player on the team that’s black smokes pot. Don’t give me this good guy stuff.”
As for risking it all on Johnny Football, “I really don’t think Manziel’s going to go out there and lay an egg,” Glazer says. “He’s a talented kid. He’s a winner. Unfortunately, he’s playing for another losing football team, the Cleveland Browns.“