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Old 01-07-2013, 08:38 AM  
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Peter Kings take on Pioli...

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My Take on Pioli ...

Yes, it was inevitable that the Chiefs fired Scott Pioli, whose top three decisions in a four-year Chiefs run (hiring Todd Haley, trading for Matt Cassel, hiring Romeo Crennel) all turned out to be wrong. He trusted Cassel a long time, and by the time he knew he needed to get a quarterback, it was too late. He passed on some good prospects, as did many teams (Andy Dalton, Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson); maybe he didn't think outside the box enough at the game's most important position.

And Pioli was too private for his own good in what has become an increasingly public job. When Haley last year implied that Pioli wiretapped his phones, an outrageous and baseless allegation, Pioli let a team statement stand for his response instead of coming out swinging. But the vitriol chasing him out the door was over the top. He's a good man who didn't win enough. The personal attacks I just don't get.

I know Pioli well, and many of you will say, "He's just sticking up for Pioli because he likes him." Well, I have known Pioli for a long time, and yes, I do like him. I like a lot of people I cover. I can see when a man's getting kicked too much, and this is one of those times. Final point for those who believe Pioli left the cupboard bare: Think there's a reason the hottest ex-head coach on the market, Andy Reid, didn't consider any other jobs after he was offered the Kansas City deal?



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Andy Reid took the job because he has the top pick in the draft and will have tons of cap room as soon as he drops Cassel and Jackson. He took it because the Chiefs have an awesome running back who fits his scheme and was here before Pioli ever thought of stepping foot around here. Houston is the only pick Pioli can really take credit for for hitting an out of the park type of player. Berry is the only other player he drafted that has been better then average and he was a 5th pick in the draft. Who would have ****ed that pick up? **** Pioli.

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Old 01-07-2013, 11:02 AM   #76
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Bowser's official response to Peter King's take....

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Old 01-07-2013, 11:05 AM   #77
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You know they can call him any nickname they want.I CALL HIM GONE DON'T MENTION HIM ANYMORE
He needs to be universally hated for many years, he must pay for his sins against us. I want to fly a banner at the opening home game next season that says "We haven't forgotten we still hate you Fat Scott!"

We suffered through four years of Kasl for his moronic ego, he does not get off with a week of hatred.
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Old 01-07-2013, 11:10 AM   #78
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My take on Peter King's take (Email sent directly to him):

Peter:

Regarding your continued defense of Scott Pioli, I have a few questions I'd like you to think about.

You mention Andy Reid jumping all over this job, and that Pioli didn't leave the cupboard bare. And yes, there is an attractive core around which a good coach can build a team. But how many of those players are Scott Pioli draft picks, and how many were here when he arrived?

In four years at the helm, Pioli has brought in just 2 players who look to be part of that core: Justin Houston and Eric Berry. All the other key players - Brandon Albert, Dwayne Bowe, Jamaal Charles, Tamba Hali, Brandon Flowers, Derrick Johnson - were already in place when Pioli arrived. This DESPITE multiple early-round picks (that were wasted on players like Tyson Jackson, Dexter McCluster, Javier Arenas, etc.)

The new leadership inherits basically the same exact core that Pioli did - except that four years of their careers are gone.

How much of Andy Reid's desire for this job had to do with his belief in the ownership (And what Dick Vermeil told him about the Hunt family when asked)?

How much of it had to do with the cap room Pioli hoarded while quality players like Brandon Carr (And soon to be Brandon Albert and Dwayne Bowe, had he been allowed to stay) walked elsewhere?

How much of it had to do with the top draft position the Chiefs find themselves in, thanks to Pioli's inability to field a team capable of winning, coached by a man capable of winning in the NFL as the top guy?
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Old 01-07-2013, 11:15 AM   #79
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King can eat a bag of dicks....

Lets gloss over the fact that the Chiefs are being sued due to his fat ass but instead cry foul cuz the fans were to hard on him....

What a fuktard
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:21 PM   #80
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I haven't read the thread, but **** Peter King. Reid didn't want anywhere else because RoboCarl and Herman ****ing Edwards stocked this team for 'Team-killer' Pioli. 'Team-killer' Pioli did nothing with it. **** King, and mother**** 'Team-killer' Pioli!
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:29 PM   #81
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Wait until the Chiefs lose a game or they happen to be 4-6 or something...and King will write something like "See, told ya so Chiefs fans....be careful what you wish for, the grass isnt always greener"

Brace yourselves.
sadly, 4-6 would be an improvement.
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:34 PM   #82
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I think Pioli should become the GM that shan't be named. His time here is over so can we just move on and have all threads about him disapear off the front page of the forum? I'm sick of hearing about his stupid ass.
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Old 01-07-2013, 02:37 PM   #83
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The problem with the national media guys is they are "friends" with these guys because they have given them inside info through the years for their job.
They aren't us fans who have sat through and watched every draft pick and shitty play for 4 years and agonized our hard earned money away while we watched this team go in the toilet to the #1 overall pick.

PK doesn't have a horse in this race. If you read his stories about his daughters games and how passionate he is about her winning and losing those.....If there were a "Pioli" controlling the outcome of that, he might be writing something different.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:10 PM   #84
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How does anyone defend a guy who ended player charities?
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:10 PM   #85
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:14 PM   #86
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How does anyone defend a guy who ended player charities?
No shit.

Plus I can't believe this isn't getting more publicity. That's a horrible thing. ****ing terrible.

I mean, disallowing Charity? What the **** is the matter with you?
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:19 PM   #87
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No shit.

Plus I can't believe this isn't getting more publicity. That's a horrible thing. ****ing terrible.

I mean, disallowing Charity? What the **** is the matter with you?
My only regret is that it took me this long to think of that as an argument against him. Could have made for a very interesting banner. I admit to being more than a little slow at times.
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:22 PM   #88
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Old 01-07-2013, 04:26 PM   #89
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No shit.

Plus I can't believe this isn't getting more publicity. That's a horrible thing. ****ing terrible.

I mean, disallowing Charity? What the **** is the matter with you?
Did he really do that, Mr. Buehler445? I mean, I've heard that said ... here. But I've never actually read anything anywhere else that indicates he dictated the end of player charities or community involvement.

It's not that it's entirely unbelievable. Dr. Evil would bite the head off a baby. But things like the Joplin disaster outreach come to mind.

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Old 01-07-2013, 04:27 PM   #90
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Did he really do that, Mr. Buehler445? I mean, I've heard that said ... here. But I've never actually read anything anywhere else that indicates he dictated the end of player charities or community involvement.

It's not that it's entirely unbelievable. Dr. Evil would bite the head off a baby. But things like the Joplin disaster outreach come to mind.

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I think there were some articles stating such, but I don't remember enough of them to search them.
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