KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Little has gone right for the Kansas City Chiefs this season.
There were blowout losses to start the season, injuries to key players and now the fan base has been cast into the mud by comments made by offensive tackle Eric Winston, alleging a small percentage of them cheered when quarterback Matt Cassel was hurt last week.
Sounds like a good time to hit the road.
The Chiefs visit Tampa Bay on Sunday in search of their second win of the season. They get a bye week after that before hosting Oakland, and then have two more games on the road.
That should give a team that's closed ranks behind Winston and backup quarterback Brady Quinn a chance to focus on itself, away from the suddenly volatile atmosphere of Arrowhead Stadium.
"If we win, you can say, Yeah, it's a good thing,'" Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said, when asked whether going on the road amid such turmoil can be a positive thing for the team.
"If we lose, hey, it may not be the best thing," Crennel a...