Chiefs fans: Try to keep the faith

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Oct 18, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson (28) is tackled by Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston (50) during the third quarter at TCF Bank Stadium. The Vikings defeated the Chiefs 16-10. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

It can be hard to cheer for a team that is struggling. But fans, true fans, stick by their teams in the times of failure. Not to switch sports on you, but we can learn a lot by the team right next to Arrowhead in the Kansas City Royals. How long have fans cheered for this team only to see them fail year after year? Now, they have turned themselves around and are a mere one game away from back to back World Series appearances (this was written before game 5). Good teams find a way to make it back no matter what the circumstances.

Are the Chiefs this kind of team? Can they take all the bad that is happening right now on the field and turn it around? Yes, it is possible. If they seriously want to turn it around, they need their fans, who have cheered in the good times and bad, behind them. Most of us can’t understand the pressure to perform on that professional level and what those players go through week after week. But knowing people, fans, come out to cheer in the sea of red standing right with them means more to them than fans realize.

So this is a calling to all fans of the red and gold, who are struggling with the direction this team is heading. Keep the faith in your Chiefs. This organization can turn it around. Yes, the odds are stacked against them, and they could be looking yet another losing year. However, that should not stop fans from filling Arrowhead, cheering loud for this team. Because, even though the future is looking like garbage right now, standing with your team is what true fans do. The road will not be easy, but this team can turn it around again, all we fans can do is hope that day is sooner rather than later.

There you have it, Addicts. Are you keeping the faith that this team can turn it around? Let us know in the comments.

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