Originally Posted by Fat Elvis
Clark wants consistency (
how many coordinators and head coaches under Pioli?). No way he axes Pioli. Clark doesn't want the next GM (several years down the road) to feel as though the front office is little more than a game of musical chairs.
Anyone can see Pioli is one of the biggest failures of a GM in NFL history.
No sense in keeping him. A competent GM isn't gonna care that we fired Pioli after the 4 worst years in franchise history.
The Chiefs will finish 5-11, Alex Smith will play horribly, and Geno and I will cackle with glee while he burns Kansas City.
Originally Posted by Mavericks Ace
I may be brain dead who knows.