As a Chiefs fan, our musical response would drop the prepositional phrase at the end of that song title: "We Are Never, Ever Gonna Win" Pioli, Crennell, Cassel, Quinn all must go.
On the other hand, they're not the Bears.
Nice parody. I normally expect battery chucking from angry Eagles fans, but that was nice.
I expect to see a tweaked version for the Redskins soon: "We Are Never, Ever Gonna Win With Danny."
I have a problem with the team charging money for fans to watch games when they're not even trying to improve, as is the case under Reid this season. (Season ticket holders bought a pig in a poke, so I'm referring to single game sales.) Unless there's a sufficient demand for people to pay to chant "Fire Andy" for 3 hours and 15 minutes. Reid has to do his part to produce a dignified departure. Recklessly risking McCoy's health and then acting surly about it doesn't cut it, nor does firing the wrong coordinator, who ironically, was only hired in one of those Andy-knows-everything moves. He doesn't "deserve" reprieve from problems of his own making (bad drafts, bad signings, bad assistant coaching, bad head coaching). The only reason he might justifiably finish the season is that nobody can plausibly replace him, unless you want to bring back Juan Castillo (who at least knows the personnel on both sides of the ball). Maybe promote the running backs coach, just so we might have the rookie QB do something other than throw 46 times a game. There has never been a reason to know the RB coach name under Andy Reid, even though our only good player is one (albeit concussed).
Only DC fans can complain after a 31-6 win where the QB goes 14/15 passing with 4 TDs.
I thought it was Duce Staley, but he's "special teams quality control." It's Ted Williams, who has been a coach here since 1995 and is credited with convincing Ray Rhodes to draft Staley.What he did with McCoy was reckless and stupid.
Isn't their whole O-line in the hospital and/or terrible? Or something? I say this suffering with LeSean on one fantasy team, and Desean on the another.