if Jacksonville loses, we have to lose to keep #1, if Jacksonville wins, we could win and still keep #1. i'll be honest. i don't care who we are playing. we need to lose and make it a for sure deal. no sense messing this thing up in the last game of the season. this game doesnt matter for us in any way other than Fing our pick up
It's hard to imagine the Chiefs winning this game. The Broncos have a lot to play for (a 1st round bye and perhaps home-field throughout the playoffs) and a lot of the Chiefs have already checked out mentally. The game is in Denver and then there is flu making the rounds of the Chiefs locker room.
As fans, all we have to look forward to is the upcoming firings. I suspect Pioli goes next week, but they might keep Romeo long enough for the new folks to pick his brain about the talent on the team.
My greatest hope is that Clark learned a lesson from this whole mess. The lesson being that the NFL is not a CEO (GM) driven business like he is familiar with but a coach driven operation. Hire the right coach and get a GM that can work with him.
Watching this game, its almost like the Chiefs are just trying to run out the clock on this season, at the beginning of the game. I guess I cant blame them. Even the franchise wants this season to be over.
we'll have to wait until after the combine. everyone knows that you base your draft picks on measurables taken in shorts and not based on 2+ years of game film. bigger, stronger, faster, smarter. looking for good/great players is never apart of the evaluation process