Andy Reid- Boy do I feel sorry for you.

Posted January 03, 2013

This guy is one of the worst game day coaches around.  Not only did he ruin Donovan McNabb he pitted the lockeroom against eachother,  dumped players way before they hit their prime, created scenarios to force players out(TO), had two drug addict sons peddleing drugs in Philly.  One died in an Eagle diormitory over the summer and they found enough steroids to be considered a dealer...on and on.  You are getti ng one of the most dispicable coaches Ive ever seen.  You deserve better.  He will treat the fans and press like garbage.  Hes and arrogant SOB and will operate with impunity.  He will impose his will on your town, team and press and make you a slave to his every whim.  Hes a first class jerkoff.  Didnt even say goodbye to the fans but not to worry we wont miss him.   I feel really sorry for the great fans of KC.  You are in for a long painful ride to nowhere and in the end you will be left worse off than you are now if thats possible.  He will ruin Geno Smith by portraying himself as the guy that made him.  He will take all the accolades in his sneaky way and have the press all over your QB constantly.  The heat is always off Andy Reid and on someone else.   Look how he left Philly a total mess for some fool to try and cleanup.  SAY NO TO ANDY!

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2 Comments:
  • Yeah, none of this sounds exaggerated at all. First of all you type to...NO ONE...but let's pretend Chief's fans were actually on this site. Do you think that they couldn't research any of this and see how much you exaggerate? He ruined McNabb by helping make him the most successful QB in Eagles franchise history? Pitted players against each other?...What would any coach hope to gain from that? Created scenarios to force players out?...TO did that all on his on without any help from Reid. What father would have his sons peddling drugs in Philly, why would he need to do that and where is your proof? Strong accusations for someone that only has the media reports to go by. How exactly is he going to make the fans slaves to his every whim? By doing what he feels is right for his football team...I thought that was just being a coach? If the Chief's fans are on a long painful ride to somewhere somewhat like the Philly fans I hope they enjoy their AFC championship game appearances and Super Bowl appearance along the way.
  • How in the world is this still open?
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