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Old 09-30-2012, 08:02 PM  
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Mellinger: Enough’s enough: Clark Hunt must make major changes now

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Enough’s enough: Clark Hunt must make major changes now

By SAM MELLINGER
The Kansas City Star

The Chiefs lost their last bit of reasonable hope in a loss so head-shakingly embarrassing it pushed this season from merely awful to pathetic, and some rich men are going to lose their jobs over this.

They need to, anyway, or else a fan base that deserves better is suffering for no reason. If this season were a meal, you’d send it back. Or end up really sick.

Either way, you wouldn’t go back to the restaurant, and that’s the part that has the legs to create some real change after only a few of the Chiefs’ closest friends stuck around to see the end of an embarrassing 37-20 loss to the Chargers at home on Sunday.

Because this is beyond hope, beyond excuses, beyond any explanation that isn’t a fireable offense for everyone who can be fired. This is gross, and imagining it improving requires a stiff imagination or a stiffer drink.

Romeo Crennel needs to fire Matt Cassel as the starting quarterback, because Cassel is now not only bad but hopeless.

Pioli needs to fire Crennel, because he’s building a convincing case as the worst head coach in the league.

And Clark Hunt needs to fire Pioli, because every stitch of progress with this roster is undermined by fundamental flaws in quarterback, head coach and philosophy that are a direct reflection of the general manager and serve as something like a parking brake on the franchise’s stated goal of winning championships.

The argument to make major changes goes something like this: Crennel is overmatched trying to be head coach and defensive coordinator, and a roster top-heavy with stars but lacking in depth cannot drag a leaking quarterback through today’s pass-happy NFL. Pioli has not earned the right to choose the next quarterback or a third head coach.

The argument to maintain status quo goes something like this: hey, it’s the NFL, and maybe the Chiefs can get really, really, really lucky.

Tickets are already sold for games that are already scheduled, so the Chiefs will go ahead and play out the last three-fourths of a meaningless season, but by now the only drama is whether games will be blacked out, how bad Cassel has to stink before he gets benched, and whether a bumbling product that’s now lost three games by two touchdowns or more will be enough to convince Hunt that his broken franchise needs major fixes.

That win last week in New Orleans felt good for a moment, like a candy bar for that afternoon crash, but we’re going to end up remembering it as empty calories keeping the Chiefs from a higher draft pick – a pick that needs to be made by whomever Hunt hires after he fires Pioli.

Because, enough. We’ve seen enough. The quarterback hand-picked and made apparently untouchable by Pioli’s faith and New England nostalgia has been booed in both stadiums at Truman Sports Complex and now has 10 turnovers in four games.

Pioli’s Chiefs continue to spit into the NFL’s wind, and the franchise’s fans deserve better than to slog through a 19th consecutive season without a playoff win while wasting more productive years from Tamba Hali, Dwayne Bowe, Justin Houston and the other good players stuck in a slogging Process that might max out at mediocre.

A roster so galvanized 10 months ago by its beloved Romeo is now a stumbling mess, three blowout losses in four tries, only a comeback win over one of the few organizations in football with less direction keeping them from being winless.

Cassel isn’t up to the demands of championship quarterback, and it’s not his fault that his bosses are slow to recognize he’s just good enough to get beat. Crennel is now 27-44 as a head coach, and Pioli still hasn’t been in charge of a playoff win without Tom Brady starting at quarterback.

Four years into what seemed like a great idea at the time, Pioli’s teams have an 0-1 postseason record and are working on a third disaster in four years.

Pioli is on record saying Cassel can be good enough to win a title. Everything he’s done here for four years is based on that belief, and with that evaluation so obviously wrong, there is no way Hunt can responsibly give him the chance to choose the next quarterback.

At this point, the worst thing that can happen is that the Chiefs win enough games to hold off major changes and strive for mediocrity one more year and waste more of the careers of players under long-term control who can be part of the solution.

The good news is it’s hard to imagine them doing even that.

When you think about it, this about the worst position a team can put its fans in: hoping for a season so bad it forces changes. Here comes Hunt’s chance to show Chiefs fans he shares their disgust in an underperforming team and won’t accept failure.

Your move, Clark.

To reach Sam Mellinger, call 816-234-4365, send e-mail to smellinger@kcstar.com or follow twitter.com/mellinger. For previous columns, go to KansasCity.com.
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Old 10-01-2012, 07:48 PM   #256
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I value playoff wins over stats any day of the week.
Yeah, like Sanchez would have done ANYTHING with Greg Robinson's defense.

Green was a great quarterback, not elite, but he had the ability to take a team the distance.
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Old 10-01-2012, 09:31 PM   #257
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To whoever is STILL pimping Sanchez. He is pure shit and about to be benched for Tebow. That is pretty sad. He can't sniff Green's jock.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:18 AM   #258
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Green and his ilk are not the answer.

We need Chocolate Penis for this team.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:19 AM   #259
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:19 AM   #260
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To whoever is STILL pimping Sanchez. He is pure shit and about to be benched for Tebow. That is pretty sad. He can't sniff Green's jock.
I'm done "pimping" Snatchez. That said, Snatchez was and still is better Fap Slapple.

Which doesn't say much in either case.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:42 AM   #261
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Hilarious people on here are touting Greens accomplishments yet admit at the same time that he passed for 4000 yards to the TE and RB. Soon after Green arrived he was nicknamed on here Trinterception because the WR's would outrun Greens passes down the field. He just didn't have the arm strength to stretch the defense.

He was however a great "system" QB. They made the WR's run hook routes and timing routes to hide Trents weakness which seemed to be effective. He definately seemed to benefit from hitting the TE and RB with all the dink and dunk swing passes and the entire offensive line pulling and leading the charge down the field for massive RAC yards. Gonzales and Holmes both became "all world" in that offense.

Let's not fool ourselves into believing that Trent was an upper echelon QB. It's been so long since we've seen good QB play that our imagination is running wild.

Flame away!
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:48 AM   #262
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Hilarious people on here are touting Greens accomplishments yet admit at the same time that he passed for 4000 yards to the TE and RB. Soon after Green arrived he was nicknamed on here Trinterception because the WR's would outrun Greens passes down the field. He just didn't have the arm strength to stretch the defense.

He was however a great "system" QB. They made the WR's run hook routes and timing routes to hide Trents weakness which seemed to be effective. He definately seemed to benefit from hitting the TE and RB with all the dink and dunk swing passes and the entire offensive line pulling and leading the charge down the field for massive RAC yards. Gonzales and Holmes both became "all world" in that offense.

Let's not fool ourselves into believing that Trent was an upper echelon QB. It's been so long since we've seen good QB play that our imagination is running wild.

Flame away!

He had the ability to hit receivers in-stride which allowed for the YAC.

He was decent, but not all-world. It's amazing how much scheme helps players.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:52 AM   #263
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He had the ability to hit receivers in-stride which allowed for the YAC.

He was decent, but not all-world. It's amazing how much scheme helps players.
True. He was very accurate with the passes he was able to throw which allows a coordinator to adapt to a scheme that is effective. Cassel can't even throw an accurate freaking pass.
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Old 10-02-2012, 09:55 AM   #264
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. Cassel can't even throw an accurate freaking pass.
Our coaches are pretty bad, but you can't scheme for garbage.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:33 AM   #265
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Hilarious people on here are touting Greens accomplishments yet admit at the same time that he passed for 4000 yards to the TE and RB. Soon after Green arrived he was nicknamed on here Trinterception because the WR's would outrun Greens passes down the field. He just didn't have the arm strength to stretch the defense.

He was however a great "system" QB. They made the WR's run hook routes and timing routes to hide Trents weakness which seemed to be effective. He definately seemed to benefit from hitting the TE and RB with all the dink and dunk swing passes and the entire offensive line pulling and leading the charge down the field for massive RAC yards. Gonzales and Holmes both became "all world" in that offense.

Let's not fool ourselves into believing that Trent was an upper echelon QB. It's been so long since we've seen good QB play that our imagination is running wild.

Flame away!
First off, Phobis coined the phrase "Trint". Secondly, he had NO ONE to throw to in 2001 and was coming off of knee surgery, which affected the velocity of his passes.

From 2002-2005, he was most definitely in the "upper echelon" of NFL QB's. Elite? No. But certainly good enough win playoff games and a Super Bowl.

And BTW, ALL good QB's are "system QB's".
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Hilarious people on here are touting Greens accomplishments yet admit at the same time that he passed for 4000 yards to the TE and RB. Soon after Green arrived he was nicknamed on here Trinterception because the WR's would outrun Greens passes down the field. He just didn't have the arm strength to stretch the defense.
You're an idiot trying to rewrite history. FredEx or Snoop Minnis or whatever crap receivers Green had his first year here weren't outrunning anything. They were trash.
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Hilarious people on here are touting Greens accomplishments yet admit at the same time that he passed for 4000 yards to the TE and RB. Soon after Green arrived he was nicknamed on here Trinterception because the WR's would outrun Greens passes down the field. He just didn't have the arm strength to stretch the defense.

He was however a great "system" QB. They made the WR's run hook routes and timing routes to hide Trents weakness which seemed to be effective. He definately seemed to benefit from hitting the TE and RB with all the dink and dunk swing passes and the entire offensive line pulling and leading the charge down the field for massive RAC yards. Gonzales and Holmes both became "all world" in that offense.

Let's not fool ourselves into believing that Trent was an upper echelon QB. It's been so long since we've seen good QB play that our imagination is running wild.

Flame away!
That offense was almost 100% timing. On top of that, the pre-snap motions led to a combination of routes that were very complex. Receivers, TEs, and backs had to be in a very particular spot at the snap which depended upon both their pre-snap motion and the motion of others. Then, their route had to be perfect and take them to a particular spot at a particular rate of speed for 1, 3, 5, and 7 step drops.

Each and everyone of the offensive players mentioned it at one time or another. By the time he came here, Saunders had refined that offense to Antikythera mechanism complexity and sophistication. Everybody said it would take awhile to get the timing down and it did. According to Gonzo, the offense began "clicking" once he and the other receivers didn't have to "think" about what they were doing and it simply took some time.

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Old 10-02-2012, 10:59 AM   #268
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Bleacher report sucks a giant bag of dicks on the iPad. And no I don't want to install your stupid app just so I can read an article once every few months.

I'm not a subscriber. They just sent me an article on Cassel's FAIL.
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All the iPad shows is the first page with a little blurb and as far as I can tell there's no way to read the actual article.
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