Today Kansas City Chiefs fans are confronted with an existential choice that most nations, businesses and people end up facing at one point or another: Adapt or die.
Accordingly, let's start with a cruel fact of life . . .
THE SUPER BOWL GLORY DAYS OF THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS ARE KAPUT!!! IT'S TIME TO CHANGE OR RISK WHINING ABOUT THE GOOD OLD DAYS FOR THE NEXT 30 YEARS!!!
Change is never easy and it's not without risk.
However, what we know for certain is that repeating this same pattern will not only sacrifice this season but also endanger costly investments in a generation of talent and potential.
Sadly, history shows us that Kansas City sports fans are more comfortable reliving their glory days than committing the callous decisions required to achieve the status of a competitive and ultimately ruthless franchise.
And so we'll like see the team cling to the memory of a pre-COVID big game win for as long as possible . . . Which might be half a decade until the diehard fans start slowly leaving the stadium.
Unfortunately, our local media, most sports talkers and drunk uncles across the metro are surprisingly sentimental and don't realize that cutting the old school coach and even more beloved hometown heroes is the only way to stay sharp, keep a sense of urgency among the best players and resist a common flaw in Kansas City culture . . . Believing the hype.
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For the fourth time in the last six games, the Kansas City Chiefs have lost. For the second time in that span, it was a blowout. The Buffalo Bills came into Arrowhead Stadium and stifled the Chiefs' offense, forcing four turnovers and holding them to 13 points until late in the fourth quarter - all on the way to a 38-20 victory..
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid talks about the team's 38-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Tyrann Mathieu said everything necessary about the Kansas City Chiefs defense without uttering a word. The All-Pro safety was tailing a play late in the first half Sunday night against Buffalo when Bills quarterback Josh Allen heaved a pass down the sideline.
Patrick Mahomes took responsibility for what's ailing the 2-3 Chiefs following Sunday night's loss to the Bills, saying that his recent rash of turnovers is to blame and that he needs to "reevaluate where I'm at, what decisions I'm making."
Buffalo Bills star Josh Allen torched the Kansas City Chiefs ' defense for four touchdowns in the team's 38-20 victory on Sunday night. Allen was 15-for-26 with 315 passing yards and three touchdown passes. He also had 59 rushing yards on 11 carries, including an impressive hurdle in the third quarter.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lightning in the area of GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium has halted the Kansas City Chiefs' showdown against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday Night Football at halftime. A stalled front above the Kansas City area has created ideal conditions for thunderstorms, which were forecast to arrive early in tonight's game - a rematch of last season's AFC Championship Game.
The Kansas City Chiefs were absolutely dominated by the Buffalo Bills on Sunday night. The only thing that really slowed down the Bills in this game were the thunderstorms that delayed the game by almost an hour. I'm going to be open and honest with you Chiefs fans.
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