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Old 10-06-2012, 08:54 PM  
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Chiefs must win back the fans (Star Mentions Banner)

By SAM MELLINGER

The Kansas City Star


You wouldn’t believe it if you never felt it, if you never came here before all the luxury boxes and rising ticket costs and Matt Cassel, but Arrowhead Stadium used to be quite the scene on home Sundays. They used to call this the loudest place in the NFL, and not just in one of those trendy ways that every fan base calls their stadium the loudest.
Centers only knew to snap the ball by feeling vibrations from their quarterback’s voice. The noise inside has been measured at 120 decibels, an absurd level for an outdoor stadium — nearing the threshold for pain and surpassing that of some airplane takeoffs.
What is Arrowhead Stadium? was once the question to an answer on “Jeopardy!” about the loudest outdoor arena in the NFL.
Sunday, the Ravens will play the Chiefs in a very different Arrowhead. They’ve practiced all week as if the place will be rocking, like it was two years ago for a playoff game. But it’s not like that anymore. Hasn’t been in a while, anyway.
Once considered the NFL’s toughest place to play, opponents have now won nine of the last 12 games at Arrowhead, including margins of 34, 28, 23, and 21 points. Now this is a place where fans joke about wearing all black to mourn at games, and where — assuming the weather cooperates — you can see a banner over the stadium Sunday morning that says:
WE DESERVE BETTER! FIRE PIOLI — BENCH CASSEL
A fan raised the money for that banner in less than an hour.
“There’s some passion behind that message,” says Corey Leuwerki, a pilot for the company hired for the job. “Because money is not normally raised this quick.”

An 81-year-old woman writes in to say she has better luck getting to the bathroom on time than Cassel has of throwing an accurate pass.
Longtime season-ticket holders say they are fed up, Google an address to let owner Clark Hunt hear about it, and joke that $27 no longer seems so bad to park since tailgating is by far the best part of their Sundays.
This is more than the kind of frustration you’d expect for a 1-3 team. This is something different, a stronger flavor in a town full of fans who’ve become unwitting connoisseurs of various sports failure.
If you follow this kind of thing closely, you start to sense a trend. The Chiefs’ losses to Atlanta and Buffalo removed the bandwagon fans, the ones who will come and go with every touchdown or fumble.
But while the comeback win in New Orleans may have held off the angst for a week, six turnovers in another blowout loss to the Chargers at home put the Chiefs in the foreign position of turning even some of their most die-hard fans away.
The people in the building know it, too.
They hear your complaints and understand them, too, even if they’re not yet ready to speak publicly about it. And how could they not be aware of it? The Chiefs have been booed at both home games, this following their quarterback getting booed at the celebrity softball game at Kauffman Stadium during All-Star weekend.
It’s one thing to be bad, but it’s quite another to be disliked by fans. It’s one thing to lose games, but it’s quite another to be without apparent hope. It’s one thing to be blown out, but it’s quite another to do it while wasting the primes of careers of players who shouldn’t be this collectively bad.
This season was a referendum on general manager Scott Pioli from the beginning, and the early returns could not be worse. The quarterback he handpicked and stuck with has 10 turnovers in four games. The head coach he promoted and allowed to juggle duties as defensive coordinator appears over his head.
The Chiefs have not led for a single second of game action this season, and have trailed for 204 of a possible 249 minutes — by at least 18 points in all four games. The NFL in general and the Chiefs in particular have a hold on us, so the games will always draw big ratings, but there is a chunk of the fan base — even the normally loyal — that is finding more time for yard work.
You can see the cracks. Romeo Crennel talks openly of giving backup quarterback Brady Quinn — who’s been behind Derek Anderson, Charlie Frye, Ken Dorsey, Bruce Gradkowski, Tim Tebow and Kyle Orton in his five-year career — a chance if Cassel continues to falter. Rumblings are making their way through the league that this could be it for Pioli in Kansas City if things don’t improve quickly.
Inside those walls, the Chiefs are a fragile group right now. Inside those walls, they are talking about this. They know it, and they feel it. They need to be further along. Time is running out. Even their most loyal supporters are screaming their anger. Sooner or later that turns into unsold tickets, possible blackouts, and apathy.
Which makes Sunday one of the most important games of Pioli’s time with the Chiefs.

The Ravens are an entirely inconvenient opponent for a game that may be the last chance to save the season. This is one of the league’s five best teams against one of the five worst, an offense that’s averaging 30.3 points against a defense that’s giving up 34. Joe Flacco is one of the league’s most efficient quarterbacks this season, and the Chiefs turned even Ryan Fitzpatrick into a one-game stud.
Or there’s this: the Ravens are bringing a team better than the one that won a playoff game here two years ago, and the Chiefs are bringing one that’s worse.
But convenience has nothing to do with it. By their own failures and certain circumstances outside their control, the Chiefs will play a game Sunday that they know is their last real chance to make fans who’ve given up on this season reconsider.
Win, and the Chiefs are 2-3 going to Tampa Bay for a game that suddenly looks more winnable. From there, maybe the Chiefs can be 3-3 heading into the bye week.
Lose, and the Chiefs are 1-4 and it’ll be hard for even the marketing department to keep a straight face.
This is judgment day, in other words. Careers hang in the balance, and it’s worth remembering that the last two times nobody off the payroll gave the Chiefs a chance they beat the Saints and Packers.
But there are plenty of reasons people keep assuming the worst. Time is running out for the Chiefs to make it change.


To reach Sam Mellinger, call 816-234-4365, send email to smellinger@kcstar.com or follow twitter.com/mellinger. For previous columns, go to KansasCity.com.




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Old 10-07-2012, 10:52 AM   #91
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Great article.

It should have included how Little Rich Boy is consistently 30 mil below the cap so he can buy new vacation homes though. That's a point that yanks my chain every time, and one every NFL fan outside of KC should know about IMO.
How does it feel to know that your father left you his most prized possession, that you were groomed to take care of, and you ran it into the ground and failed miserably?

Everything your father spent 30+ years building you destroyed in less than 5.

Not only has the team your father owned never won the trophy named after him but under your guidance they have become one of the biggest failures in all of the NFL.

If there is any pride left in you I have no idea why...
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Old 10-07-2012, 10:55 AM   #92
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How does it feel to know that your father left you his most prized possession, that you were groomed to take care of, and you ran it into the ground and failed miserably?

Everything your father spent 30+ years building you destroyed in less than 5.

Not only has the team your father owned never won the trophy named after him but under your guidance they have become one of the biggest failures in all of the NFL.

If there is any pride left in you I have no idea why...
Why would he care?

The failure began while Lamar was still in the driver's seat.

After he established his legacy in the early years, he became the most overrated piece of shit owner in the NFL.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:00 AM   #93
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How does it feel to know that your father left you his most prized possession, that you were groomed to take care of, and you ran it into the ground and failed miserably?

Everything your father spent 30+ years building you destroyed in less than 5.

Not only has the team your father owned never won the trophy named after him but under your guidance they have become one of the biggest failures in all of the NFL.

If there is any pride left in you I have no idea why...
I'll give Clark Hunt a chance to turn this thing around.

Here's what I feel. He had the guts to fire a legacy guy in Carl Peterson. And he paid top dollar to bring in a guy most people believed to be the top GM candidate in the market. And as part of that agreement, I actually think Pioli demanded that he have the license to do what he believed would turn this team into a winning franchise.

I won't get mad at the man for trying. I'll only get mad if he ignores that it didn't work.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:01 AM   #94
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:06 AM   #95
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Why would he care?

The failure began while Lamar was still in the driver's seat.

After he established his legacy in the early years, he became the most overrated piece of shit owner in the NFL.
Lamar was a businessman and then decided to own an NFL team for fun. And he enjoyed it and sunk serious money in keeping the AFL aloft.

Without him there is no AFL or current NFL.

Clark is just his kid. He has nothing without Lamar.

NOTHING.

Dad trusted him with his baby. Ugly, bow-legged, and longshot as it was he was given that charge.

As bad and discouraging and heart-breaking as Lamar's teams were they were NEVER an embarrassment...
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After he established his legacy in the early years, he became the most overrated piece of shit owner in the NFL.
I agree to an extent. I think Lamar at least tried to win.
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Lamar was a businessman and then decided to own an NFL team for fun. And he enjoyed it and sunk serious money in keeping the AFL aloft.

Without him there is no AFL or current NFL.

Clark is just his kid. He has nothing without Lamar.

NOTHING.

Dad trusted him with his baby. Ugly, bow-legged, and longshot as it was he was given that charge.

As bad and discouraging and heart-breaking as Lamar's teams were they were NEVER an embarrassment...
Yeah, those 80s Chiefs weren't embarrasing.

Bullshit.

Lamar was a ****ing joke once he got his way and got into the big boy's club in the NFL.

Let me repeat.

Lamar was a ****ing joke.
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I agree to an extent. I think Lamar at least tried to win.
I think Clark tries to win.

Give both of them a ****ing gold star.
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I think Clark tries to win.

Give both of them a ****ing gold star.
Yep.
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Yeah, those 80s Chiefs weren't embarrasing.

Bullshit.

Lamar was a ****ing joke once he got his way and got into the big boy's club in the NFL.

Let me repeat.

Lamar was a ****ing joke.
It's sad, pathetic & shameful that in 50 years only twice have the Chiefs won the AFC Lamar Hunt trophy, & those were from 40 years ago.

They should rename it to Dan Roony with 6 titles.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:26 AM   #102
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It's sad, pathetic & shameful that in 50 years only twice have the Chiefs won the AFC Lamar Hunt trophy, & those were from 40 years ago.

They should rename it to Dan Roony with 6 titles.
They won the AFL title 3 times in 10 years, and the SB once, but haven't won jack since Lamar was given a seat at the big boy table.
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They won the AFL title 3 times in 10 years, and the SB once, but haven't won jack since Lamar was given a seat at the big boy table.
I didn't realize or forgot we won it before the murger then. That's just a long time ago & I wasn't quite born yet.
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Old 10-07-2012, 11:33 AM   #104
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They won the AFL title 3 times in 10 years, and the SB once, but haven't won jack since Lamar was given a seat at the big boy table.
Lamar won the SB.


It was back when Neanderthals were still roaming the earth but he did win one...
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Lamar won the SB.


It was back when Neanderthals were still roaming the earth but he did win one...
And, as I said, as soon as he got a seat at the big boy table, he became apathetic and let this team go straight to hell.

This team has been a sorryass excuse of an NFL team since the 70s.

And yes, I know about the 90s, but that was still a sorryass excuse of mediocrity.
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