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Old 12-13-2011, 11:58 PM   #498
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Time for the coupe of face:

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Obviously firing Carl would be just the first part of the equation. The second part would be replacing him with a GM who can accomplish what Carl has failed to accomplish in nearly 20 years which is to build a complete team that can compete for the Super Bowl.

My choice would be to throw as much $$$ at Scott Pioli and try to lure him to KC. The Chiefs are actually a desirable situation for a GM when you consider that you have an owner who is going to stay out of the way and provide the $$$ needed to compete in free agency, a rabid fanbase and nearly $300 million in renovations on the way to Arrowhead.
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This is why the Clark Hunt needs to do whatever it takes to bring Scott Pioli to KC.

I know Pioli has already rejected other offers that would seem to make more sense for him to move on to, but maybe the Chiefs can put together the ultimate golden carrot to lure him to KC (a big $$$$$ contract, complete control of the franchise, a lifetime supply of free Arthur Bryant's BBQ, etc).
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Perhaps Pioli really isn't the "genius" behind that franchise, and that's why he doesn't want to leave.
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Josh McDaniels, the Patriots' offensive coordinator (who looks like he's young enough to be Belichick's son) would be a great choice as the next head coach of the Chiefs.

Scott Pioli as GM, Josh McDaniels as head coach, Mike Martz as offensive coordinator, Mike Leach and Al Saunders on the offensive staff... that would be simply amazing.
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Clark needs to go for the sky this offseason. An open checkbook to get Pioli and something out of this world aggressive to bring in a franchise caliber QB. Considering Cincy might be looking to blow things up this offseason maybe make an offer they can't refuse for Carson Palmer.

The Carson Palmer scenario may be unrealistic but it is going to take a mega-blockbuster move to jumpstart this franchise back to life after Herm and Dictator Carl killed it and stomped on its rotting corpse the past 2 years.
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Give me Scott Pioli as GM, Josh McDaniels as head coach and Matt Cassel as QB. And perhaps Charlie Weis as offensive coordinator?
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I would seriously be in eternal heaven if somehow Mike Leach and Mike Martz ended up with the Chiefs.

However my realistic and choices remain Josh McDaniels as head coach, Scott Pioli as GM and Charlie Weis (if he's axed from Notre Dame) as offensive coordinator.
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Scott Pioli and Josh McDaniels= Heaven in KC
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Scott Pioli as GM, Josh McDaniels as Head Coach and Romeo Crennel as defensive coordinator...

I want the Chiefs to be New England West
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The Chiefs can't go into another season without the QB situation settled.

Thigpen has earned the opportunity to not get his ass kicked to the curb in the pending franchise blow-up this offseason... but nothing more.

If the Chiefs make the move for Scott Pioli and Josh McDaniels, Matt Cassel would be the perfect fit for the Chiefs starting QB in 2009.
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Pioli and Josh McDaniels
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But Scott Pioli's draft record is overrated
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