Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 11/20/14
A movement called “Save Our Chiefs” is sweeping the midwest…and the nation.

At over 100,000 Twitter followers, the grass roots campaign to restore order with the Kansas City Chiefs is getting some attention.

While Chiefs fans may be delighted at the news of Matt Cassel’s benching in favor of Brady Quinn (a sign that the team is bagging 2012 and perhaps its hat into the Matt Barkley Derby), plenty of work still needs to be done.

The team’s architect, Scott Pioli, is under fire for the team’s woes and may be out at season’s end. His struggles are aptly pointed out in a .pdf file issued to fans through the group’s Facebook page.

(The Fire Pioli .pdf)

Pioli drank the Belichick Kool-Aid, tried to re-create it with artificial sweeteners and food coloring, and attempted to re-name it Chiefs Kool-Aid.

Sorry Scott but that drink has as much chance as succeeding as Hi-C’s Ecto Cooler.

Trying to enact a version of Patriots West sounds like a fine idea in principle but some of the following people are needed to assist this cause:

Bill Belichick

Tom Brady

2007 Randy Moss

Wes Welker

Tedy Bruschi

Rodney Harrison

Willie McGinest

The 2001 Patriots

The 2003-04 Patriots

Unless I’m missing something, none of those parties and/or a time machine are available to help at the moment.



Luckily, it appears the folks at Save Our Chiefs also realize this.






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