Chiefs Look Terrible in 37-7 Loss to ...

Chiefs Look Terrible in 37-7 Loss to Chargers

There are 12 comments on the Fox4KC story from Oct 25, 2009, titled Chiefs Look Terrible in 37-7 Loss to Chargers. In it, Fox4KC reports that:

Philip Rivers threw three touchdowns passes and LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for a season-high 71 yards while helping the San Diego Chargers trounce the hapless Kansas City Chiefs 37-7 on Sunday.

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Platte City, MO

#1 Oct 25, 2009
Ric The Templar

Overland Park, KS

#2 Oct 25, 2009
OK, here's the deal.(I am not a Chiefs fan BTW). People in this area whined and complained to get rid of Carl Peterson, and I'll agree, he needed to go. He'd run his course and demonstrated that he was completely incapable of putting a Super Bowl caliber team on the field.

But, it is nuts to think that a new GM and head coach can take that botch job that Carl and Hot Air Herm left here and turn it into a championship team overnight. They did go out and get a quarterback who will serve as a cornerstone to build on. He is making some smart moves. But, you need an offensive line that can protect him, and the Chiefs aren't there yet. You need a defense that will smother opponents, the Chiefs aren't there yet.

I think the new front office / coach will be able to get this thing right, but it is going to take a couple of drafts to get it there. I know Chiefs fans are hungry for a playoff win, but you got to let this thing build.

Look at the Redskins and the 3 ring circus Dan Snyder has turned that organization into with his 3 year old temper tantrum mentality. That's a trainwreck that is going to take 10 years to clean up once Dan takes his hands off of it.

I think if KC fans support this thing while it grows, they are in for a real treat in the near future. You have an owner that will spend the money for the right person. You have a GM that has proven he can build a winner with this type of owner. And, you have a coach who took that disaster in Arizona to the Super Bowl. The coach is a team builder. He will get these guys to play like a team. The sky is a limit from there.
just saying

Raymore, MO

#3 Oct 25, 2009
No fire. No focus. No clue. Bad game plan. Bad execution. As a team less ability then last years pathetic team. Will someone tell Tyson Jackson that it's OK to get his uniform dirty. The guy is more than a step slow. He gets taken out of plays by receivers, tight ends, and running backs. When a 5'9" running back blocks you out of a play you just have to know youre in the wrong league. I can take any two guys off the street and they won't coach or general manage worse then what we have.

Raymore, MO

#4 Oct 25, 2009
Jackson would be considered a bust, so far, if he were a 2 round pick. The fact that he was the 3rd player taken in the draft, and given 31 million dollars makes me wonder about the ability of this front office to judge talent.

Columbia, MO

#5 Oct 25, 2009
this is pathedic nobody has a idea what to do at least we will get 1-3 draft pic a little luck 1 but that depends who we pick

“youbeateverythin g youknowthat ”

Since: Apr 07

Buffalo, NY

#6 Oct 25, 2009
Notice how many real bad teams there are this season? Wait till next year, their future is ahead of them!
Ric The Templar

Overland Park, KS

#8 Oct 25, 2009
At least the Chiefs did not go out and spend a bunch of money on "Drop" Owens. That would have just rubbed salt in the wound. Although, his temper tantrums would make some nice comedy relief.

Waukegan, IL

#9 Oct 25, 2009
it is still the nfl...rebuilding is ok, but they still need to be competitive!

San Clemente, CA

#10 Oct 25, 2009
i wish we could play kc every week.

look out jokeland...
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Raymore, MO

#11 Oct 26, 2009
One of the problems is Tyson Jackson. He's a bust but Peoli will never admit it. The Star will never admit it. Again yesterday he had NO stats. I had as many tackles and assisted tackles as he did and nobody is paying me 31 million bucks. Chiefs please hire me and I will give you the same stats for a lot less money. Hunt, they're spending a lot of your money on marginal players. So far Peoli and Haley, and everything they're done, is a joke.
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Raymore, MO

#12 Oct 26, 2009
Ric The Templar wrote:
At least the Chiefs did not go out and spend a bunch of money on "Drop" Owens. That would have just rubbed salt in the wound. Although, his temper tantrums would make some nice comedy relief.
Yeah they gave a guy that couldnt even start in college 60 million bucks. That money and the 31 million they gave to heavy footed Jackson could have bought a lot of decent players.
Worn Out KC Sports Fan

Overland Park, KS

#13 Oct 26, 2009
The saddest thing about the Chiefs and the Royals?...they're both irrelevant. We've all come to accept that neither team has any talent, spare Zack Greinke. We don't play on Sunday or Monday nights. No national sports analysts talk about them. No local folks fly their flags or wear their jerseys.
Our teams have become irrelevant. How sad.

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