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Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

Here’s what’s not hypothetical: The Kansas City Chiefs, once home of the proudest and loudest fans in the game, are such a disaster even that small consolation prize has vanished.

“It’s rare to see Arrowhead empty like that at the end of a game,” Rivers said.

It used to be rare. Now the Chiefs are an unmitigated disaster. They beat, barely and through an improbable comeback, a New Orleans Saints team too dazed and confused by the bounty scandal, and by Sean Payton’s suspension, to be much of a football team.

The AFC West now features a Chiefs’ team so bad its wonderful fans now boo or bail, and a Chargers team that despite some weaknesses are in position of control.

“Today’s game is an embarrassment,” Valdurie Jenkins of Kansas City, Mo., said. “This whole season has been an embarrassment. I doubt I will come back again. I really do doubt I will come back this year — not when a ticket costs $45 and parking was $27.

“I didn’t get my money’s worth. I’d rather stay at home. It’s $7 for a pop, which is entirely too high, and then you watch them get blown out like that. It’s an embarrassment.”

Jenkins isn’t a season-ticket holder, but she has attended as many Chiefs home games as possible the last decade — an investment she now questions.

Even more troublesome, the franchise’s lifeblood — those who do hold season tickets — seemed just as distraught.

“We will not be back for the Baltimore game,” said Kim Cass, a season-ticket holder from Kansas City, Mo. “We’ll either give the tickets away or sell them.”

Cassel Passing Leader in First Four Games: With 251 passing yards today, QB Matt Cassel has accumulated 1,058 passing yards in the first four games of the season. That mark ranks him first in franchise history for most passing yards during the first four games of the season. He breaks QB Joe Montana’s record of 1,054 yards in the first four games of the 1994 season.

Bowe Goes for 100: WR Dwayne Bowe caught seven passes for 108 yards (15.4 avg.) and a 29-yard touchdown in today’s contest. It was his second 100-yard receiving performance of the season. The touchdown reception was his third of the season and his 39th career receiving touchdown.

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs

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  • http://twitter.com/cdiamp3 Chris D.

    I plan on attending the KC and Baltimore game. Hopefully we can compete and even if we get blowed out, I will stay until the end of the 4th quarter and support the Chiefs until the end. Go Chiefs!

  • ArrowFan

    If you take away the garbage time from Matt Cassel say the forth quarter of all 4 games what are his numbers then? Same with Bowe. I’ll place money on him setting an all time team record over the 4 games just on the other end.

  • Bob

    KC needs a qb

  • Bob

    lets get stanzi stanzi…

    • ArrowFan

      NO

  • Bob

    the only way kc will listen to its fans is if people simply vote with their feet and do not go to the games until they get us a qb

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