Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Kansas City Chiefs Confront Increasing Marcus Peters Trade Talk



While NFL experts attempt to downplay this viable option for the team . . . Here's an eloquent and well developed analysis of a potential trade that many pro-football critics would welcome.

Arrowhead Pride: Why the Chiefs could feasibly trade Marcus Peters (they shouldn’t)

Money line . . .

The first, indisputable argument is that Marcus Peters loses his cool way too often on the football field. Officially, Peters has four career unsportsmanlike conduct penalties, in addition to one taunting call. If you watch the Chiefs every week either at Arrowhead Stadium or on television, we all know it could be much worse than that.

We’ve seen Peters scream obscenities at fans in the stands, referees and opponents alike.

This season, we saw the worst of Peters’ actions as a professional when he threw a referee’s flag into the stands after a defensive holding call he did not agree with. The referees only gave Peters an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, but he jogged off the field, only to return (now infamously) without his socks.

It was later reported that Peters got into an argument with a Chiefs coach on the way to the airport, and after that, head coach Andy Reid had seen enough.

The NFL only fined Peters for the in-game incident, but Reid gave him a one-game suspension.

Then, there is the elephant in the room: the protest Peters takes part in during the national anthem . . .
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10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

he may not be a fit ebn though he's good.

the chemistry of the chiefs needs to be improved somehow, imho.

Gobi said...

^^^ Absolutely agree.

You can't argue with the guy's talent but he may not be a right fit in Kansas City. You also have to consider that he might be on the downward slope of his career. The secondary is the strongest part of the defense. A good trade here could really help the team and I'm not against it as long as we can get a really good deal.

Anonymous said...

its the intangible that destroys the team's chemistry. Lots of good players have been cancers to their teams, Peters will always be one of those players. He gets burnt as often as he makes a good play and is self absorbed. Football takes a whole team who shares the same mission, Peter's has his own agenda and is too disruptive to keep. One of his teammates should punch him in the mouth.

Anonymous said...

Trade this piece of shit to Cleveland. We can get a draft pick and he can be miserable in that shithole.

Anonymous said...

WHO WATCHES THOSE LOSERS

Anonymous said...

In order to "trade" a player you'll need another team that's willing to put up with his ego, inappropriate behavior, and theatrics.
And who would that be?

Anonymous said...

Glad he will be gone.
I won’t go back to Arrowhead until he is gone. He is a young punk who has no idea what he is doing.
Wish him the best and if the door slams on his ass on the way out- maybe it will teach him he needs a kick in the butt.
One last thing- he needs a grammar lesson as he doesn’t know how to write grammatically correct and just reinforces the punk dumbass mentality... maybe Chuckie and the Raiders will tolerate him...he is just too stupid for KC.

Anonymous said...

punk spolied brats, many of them.

football need a makeover or it will continue to see sliding interest.

Anonymous said...

Him and that immature tight end need to act like they belong on a team.

Anonymous said...

He's an average player at best who know how to play the liberal media