Sometime in the winter of 2010, I got a break on an important find that helped to complete the Hall of Honor which had only recently opened the previous summer.
Of all the cases of Chiefs Hall of Famers only one contained no item of interest. It was Jerrel Wilson’s.
Having no way to reach his family and unable to find a suitable artifact for his Hall of Fame case, I was forced to leave it empty except for his bust and a paragraph on his significance in the franchise’s history.
This division added some major star power with the arrival of Manning. Health and age are a concern, but an old Manning at 75 percent is still pretty darn good. Rivers tossed too many picks in 2011, but he played well down the stretch and should return to form in 2012. Cassel was having a disappointing 2011 campaign before suffering a season-ending hand injury. Palmer should benefit from a full offseason after joining the Raiders mid-year in 2011
The AFC West is a wide-open division, and everyone has a chance to win, except me. That’s right, stare at this thatched nest of a beard, look back at my insistence on rotating running backs every other play and benching receivers for no discernible reason, and judge me. “Brought it on himself,” you say, behind the safety glass of your Honda Civic, one finger on the panic button of your key chain. You’ll see who brought what on whom when the Clowngoat Apocalypse rains jealous fire upon us all. Scott Pioli thinks his Super Bowl rings will save him … well, they are gonna shine like beacons, live bait to coax the dark forces from their smoky pits.