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KC Fans who do you want? (1 Viewer)

Who would you rather take Vermeil Spot?

  • Herm Edwards

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  • Al Saunders

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I think it depends on what you think the next year or two holds for the Chiefs. They are reportedly 28 million over the salary cap. If next year will be a rebuiling year then I would rather have Saunders. If they have to make drastic roster changes and can not be expected to make a run for the Super Bowl then let Saunders stick around and learn on the job.If the next year or two are expected to be runs at a championship, let the guy with experience delegating responsibility and motivating take the job. Edwards has been reasonably successful with the Jets. If there is someone to come in to take the OC job and can keep the Chiefs O rolling while Edwards can maybe motivate and improve the D.

 
No offense, but I hear that all the time from media and fans re: rebuilding vs. making a run at the title.YOu ALWAYTS MAKE A RUN FOR THE TITLE.Look at teams like the Roaders from 1970-2001, maybe 5 season below 7 wins. Dallas from the 1970s-1988. Miami for the longest time won more than 9 games (like 25 seasons).Since 1989, KC has had ONE season below 6-10....and never rebuilt. You can say that just because they never won the SB that they should have rebuilt. They were in so many postseason games, but never did well there. Thats not a reason to rebuild. If your good enough to win consistently but just not win a SB, then there is no need to rebuild.And besides the players make the coach, not the other way around. Put Belicheck with Frisco, he is maybe good for 1-2 wins, not a SB Title.KC needs to pick the best coach, period.

 
No offense, but I hear that all the time from media and fans re: rebuilding vs. making a run at the title.

YOu ALWAYTS MAKE A RUN FOR THE TITLE.

Look at teams like the Roaders from 1970-2001, maybe 5 season below 7 wins. Dallas from the 1970s-1988. Miami for the longest time won more than 9 games (like 25 seasons).

Since 1989, KC has had ONE season below 6-10....and never rebuilt. You can say that just because they never won the SB that they should have rebuilt. They were in so many postseason games, but never did well there. Thats not a reason to rebuild.

If your good enough to win consistently but just not win a SB, then there is no need to rebuild.

And besides the players make the coach, not the other way around. Put Belicheck with Frisco, he is maybe good for 1-2 wins, not a SB Title.

KC needs to pick the best coach, period.
No offense but I can not remember the Chiefs' cap situation being this bad. Teams can and do put themselves in cap hell all the time. I don't know enough about how the contracts of the big $ players on KC are structured but there is alot of trimming to do. Sometimes it's better to take your lumps for a year or two and purge than try to hang on for another 9-7 or 8-8 season.
 
I think it depends on what you think the next year or two holds for the Chiefs.

They are reportedly 28 million over the salary cap.

If next year will be a rebuiling year then I would rather have Saunders. If they have to make drastic roster changes and can not be expected to make a run for the Super Bowl then let Saunders stick around and learn on the job.

If the next year or two are expected to be runs at a championship, let the guy with experience delegating responsibility and motivating take the job. Edwards has been reasonably successful with the Jets. If there is someone to come in to take the OC job and can keep the Chiefs O rolling while Edwards can maybe motivate and improve the D.
:goodposting: Sure you always want to win a title, but realisticly (like this year's Titans) - your rebuilding. I'm not a Chief's fan - but I'd want to keep that offense system intact - so I went with Saunders.

Vermille was an awesome coach. It was always fun to watch his Offense roll.

 

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