Let's dive into the football future of Kansas City and (hopefully) add something more interesting than typical sport talk chatter . . .
For those who don't know . . .
Succession is one of the best shows on TV right now.
It's basically about a billionaire torturing his greedy and horrible adult children whilst they scheme to appropriate his money. Sure, the 1% angle is sometimes cringe-y but it's a really a show about family values or the lack thereof in a capitalistic society.
Now . . .
What's we're proposing is that Kansas City skip the drama and think about the future of this town's favorite franchise.
Fact is . . . The NFL has demonstrated they're jam-packed with morons by not hiring Eric Bienemy.
The players love him and he has an EXCEPTIONAL track record in Kansas City.
And so . . .
THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WOULD BE SMART TO SET UP A SUCCESSION PLAN AND GUARANTEE BIENEMY THE TOP JOB!!!
Coach Reid is great for now and wants to come back next season . . .
HOWEVER . . .
Two seasons from now, when he hits 65, it might be time for him to hang it up for good.
The home team would be smart to lock down one of their best coaches while they have him and there's nothing that says they can't do it in order to capitalize on a HUGE mistake by other teams.
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Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy didn't get the Saints head coaching job but he could leave Kansas City either way. Eric Bieniemy can't seem to catch a break when it comes to getting a head coaching gig.
Another offseason cycle to pass without head coach job for Eric Bieniemy - whose contract is reportedly expiring
Another coaching carousel has come and gone, and for the fourth straight offseason, it appears that Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy will not be leaving the organization to become a head coach. After being tied to all seven openings last offseason, Bieniemy only interviewed for two of nine vacant positions this offseason - with the Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints.
Developing . . .