Earlier this week, I predicted the Chiefs‘ future through Led Zeppelin tunes. You left so many good ones of your own within the comments that we couldn’t resist. Here they are…
“Communication Breakdown” (Chris Webb) – To whichever genius at K.C. headquarters decided it’d be better to let Larry Johnson stay on the active roster and not play again this season (write it down – we’ll see 27 again in August) rather than just move on over to the I.R. (which stands for Injection for a Roc-boy).
“Heartbreaker” (Chris Webb) – For the type of season we’ve had to suffer through. Dammit, Chiefs, I hate you; yet, try as I might, “I can’t quit you baby,” no matter how bad it gets.
“Going to California” (Greg Wilson) – Herm Edwards needs to go there, or someplace, anyplace but Kansas City. He is a horrible excuse for a head coach. Maybe a nice guy, good coordinator, certainly a crappy head coach. He is condescending, insulting and arrogant to the fans, and his philosophies are about 30 years outdated. Please put us out of our misery and send Herm packing!
“The Song Remains The Same” (Greg Wilson) – Nothing will change if Herm stays!
“No Quarter(back)” (Andy) – Brodie Croyle sees more sacks than a Zeppelin groupie.
“Nobody’s Fault But Mine” (James Milsap) – King Carl should be strapped to his throne with cans surgically attached, forcing him to listen to this ad nauseum until he “gets it.”
“Achilles Last Stand” (James Milsap) – In homage to the Priest, “the mighty arms of Atlas, hold the heavens from the Earth…”
“When The Levee Breaks” (James Milsap) – For the all but unprecedented depths this year’s squad has sunk to, “it’s got what it takes to make a mountain man leave his home…”
“The Lemon Song” (James Milsap) – For anyone in the organization responsible for not recognizing the need to rebuild a once fabulous offensive line prior to it decaying back to 1977 form, “watch the… run down my leg…”
“Over the Hills and Far Away” (Jacob) – Seems to be where the magical land of the Super Bowl resides… and King Carl moves us farther away each year.
Thanks! Keep leaving your own songs in the comments, as we will keep adding them to the list…