Found November 13, 2012 on Football Extra Points:
The Chiefs entered MNF as a 1-7 team that had not held the lead all season.  They left MNF with another loss and a loss of respect.  I was shocked how unprofessional the team acted.  There was a penalty on a TD when the Chief's player held the ball in the face of Steelers defender.  Then there was a full team celebration in the endzone after a turnover that was later canceled out by penalty.  Later, the Chiefs had a great sack on Big Ben but, he ended up on the ground with a major injury.  Houston and Hali celebrated the sack by dancing over Ben as he laid on the ground in pain. What I saw was a team that lacked discipline and respect, I blame the coaching staff and front office for a total lack of control. By  Scott King @fballxtrpoints
2 Comments:
  • wow, hate much? every team in the NFL has people doing stunts after they get a sack! I agree with everything else you said, but do not act like they were happy that they hurt Ben. Nobody knew immediately that he was hurt and the celebration happens just that fast.
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