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Old 11-20-2012, 10:51 AM   #6571
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The Pioli Doc has been updated with the following information, in bold.

1. Chiefs record under Scott Pioli: 22-37 (includes playoff loss).

This is the worst record for a GM in Chiefs history.
Jim Schaaf: .387 (1976-1988)
Scott Pioli: .372 (2009-2012)


2. Chiefs record under Scott Pioli against winning teams (9-7 or better): 3-16

2009: 1-6
2010: 1-3
2011: 1-3
2012: 0-4 (projected based on the Falcons, Steelers, Bucs and Ravens being a combined 29-11 this year)


TOTAL: 3-16 (includes playoff loss to Ravens)

4. Chiefs have lost by 14 or more points under Scott Pioli 20 times in 59 games.

The Pioli regime, to date, features 59 games.

We have lost by 14 or more points in 20 of those games. That is 33.8 percent.


That means MORE than 1/3 of the time, Scott Pioli's Chiefs teams get their butts kicked.
Blowout losses (14+) by year

2009: 5
2010: 4
2011: 5
2012: 6 (with more to come, betcha betcha)


Pioli’s Chiefs teams are 0-25 against teams that score more than 24 points.


The Chiefs have lost by at least 16 points at home, under Pioli, nine times.


Dalton also marched into Arrowhead and laughed his way to a 28-6 win.

8. The Chiefs are a bad football team that can't even win home games anymore.

During our last 15 home games we are 3-12.

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