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Maybe this approach is aimed at weathering a late season five-game stretch against New England, Pittsburgh, Green Bay, Chicago and the New York Jets that will almost assuredly make or break the Chiefs season. But is this the right approach? Do you want you guys still learning the system during the first few weeks of the regular season? It does not seem like the most efficient approach to me.
Right 53 doesn’t mean anything anymore, if it ever did. Because no definition of “right 53″ includes Jonathan Baldwin, Justin Houston, Jared Gaither and Jerrell Powe. These guys are the exact opposite of what that phrase was supposed to mean. Upside lottery tickets. Hey, I love ‘em. But up until this season we all thought Pioli didn’t. Its like some guy spent two years telling us he didn’t like ice cream and then when he finally had us over to his house his freezer was full of Cherry Garcia and Americone Dream.
Victor, Ladner, Merlin, and Randy after the jump…
Yes, the Pioli Administration has always been notorious for its stonewalling, and its newspeak has been well-documented and well-dissected on this site. But am I the only one who feels this “family business” business has taken it up a notch—and, frankly, is just a little creepy?
Some use the parity method as a microscope to focus on the chance of winning a specific game. But, does that really mean every team in the NFL is equal? Not really. There could be some advantages to using a wider overall picture of each team, like a Hubble telescope, to gain a more accurate picture of the NFL as it spans the decades.
Right now, Jonathan, you are a slob, a talented slob, but a slob. You are the NFL equivalent of the minor league baseball player with fungus on his shower shoes. You have a big decision to make. You can swallow your ego, grow up and learn or you can shut down, wallow in self pity and cash your checks. Do you want to be the next Larry Fitzgerald or the next high profile NFL bust? The choice is yours.
That’s the cheap way folks! If you cannot afford that it’s completely understandable the economy is tough. But the fact is a season of Kansas City Chiefs football has never been cheaper or better. Affording a game at Arrowhead in my opinion is an economic issue more than it is an issue with the evil Hunt family.
Now let’s go win that Governor’s Cup…