of effort will chase away fans
Dick Vermeil cried with his buddy before the game. Dick
Vermeil then cursed after the game.
Chiefs fans cursed during the game. Chiefs
fans then cried with their buddies after the game.
Im pissed off, Vermeil would say in
his post game comments.
Get in line, it stretches around the block.
The reasons Chiefs fans cursed during the game:
Another deflected pass early by TrINT Green. This
one stopped the opening drive by resulting in an interception.
Both the offensive and defensive lines being dominated
by the opposition.
The defense rushing only two linemen in many passing
situations. Jets QB Vinny Testaverde throws a bunch of
INTs himselfwhen under pressure. Perhaps you
should have pressured him.
A 96-yard drive to begin the second quarter where
the soft defensive style was exploited at will by the
The offensive lines inability to provide
The second interception by TrINT Green.
A third interception by TrINT Green.
A 25-yard TD run on the ensuing drive on 4th down.
A standing failure to stop the run in the second
A clean uniform on Vinny Testaverde.
The reasons the Chiefs fans cried after the game:
A)No wide receiver help coming.
B)No defensive line help coming.
C)No roster moves coming.
Little hope for the Chiefs to be competitive in
games without A, B, and C being implemented.
The talk of how the process of the Vermeil formula produces
losing teams for a while before success is achieved was
shrugged off before this dismal season started.
Chiefs fans could have likely taken a 4-12 campaign if
they could see some effort, some changes, or some adjustments
made as failure is displayed week after week. But as little
is done to improve the situation as it unfolds Chiefs
fans patience is wearing thin.
Chiefs management may want to watch a view of the stands
of the week one loss to Oakland. A sold out and fully
attended sea of red gathering of Chiefs supporters
reached a fever pitch as the team faced the Raiders. Keep
that picture in your mind, as you wont see it again
Between the stubborn lack of personnel moves and the
personnel mistakes, the final four Chiefs home games will
play out in front of not only dwindling crowds at Arrowhead,
but dwindling numbers on TV