July 29, 2012; St. Joseph, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli leaves the field after training camp at Missouri Western State University. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

Vote On Scott Pioli’s Fate

Kansas City Chiefs fans are angry and rightfully so.

But anger isn’t going to fix the mess that is the 2012 Kansas City Chiefs. Only action will do that.

Unfortunately, other than flying banners and making signs, there isn’t a whole lot fans can do to help their favorite team get its act together. Still, allowing our voices to be heard can’t be a bad thing.

The most vocal of Chiefs fans seem to want Pioli out immediately. Having run this site for a number of years now, I can tell you that you hear more from people that are unhappy than you do from those who are pleased with the job you are doing. That doesn’t mean there aren’t people out there that enjoy the site. Quite to the contrary, actually. It just seems that people are more motivated to speak out when they are angry or disagree than when they are happy.

I thought it would be fun to get a poll going to see just where Chiefs Nation stands on Scott Pioli.

So let us know what you think? Should Pioli be canned immediately? Or should he be given more time?

What should happen to Scott Pioli?

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  • Altarium

    I voted to have him fired before the seasons end… and here’s why: if the Chiefs turn it around and finish with a 7-9 or 8-8 record, that might be good enough for Hunt to say “well some good things happened, I guess he could get another year”. Another year of mediocrity keep Pioli around if he just says “well we’ll draft a good QB!”.

  • Doc

    I would let Pioli go this week, or next week, because it would cause the least disruption for the organization. This is a “production oriented business”, and his record so far does not indicate positive production. He has used those words himself and his canned answers of the the buck stops with him – then take the repsonsibility as the GM because production has fallen dramatically off. Clark will just have to wear two hats (owner and GM) until he can bring in a new GM. This will actively get Clark involved with HIS football team so he will know what is going on. The new GM can acclimate to the Chiefs organization and make changes at season’s end. Give Romero total control as HC and evaluate him at the end of the year. State to him that he is to be the HC only – and not wear two hats. He must transfer control to those under him. Hold the coaching staff accountable for their job. Do something Clark to get the fans back in your corner. The ball in now on your 20 yard line – what will you do?

  • Kansas_City

    Firing is not the complete issue. The question is fire and replace with whom? He should be fired no later after the end of the season. But, I don’t see how one could say fire now without knowing whom will replace him. The same issue applies after the season, but by then, there will be plenty of time to identify and hire a top quality replacement.

  • calciomoti

    Fire him yesterday…