Topic: Todd Haley
After the way this season has played out, many Chiefs fans tossed the possibility of a playoff appearance out of the window weeks ago. Yet last week the boys in red came out and outplayed the undefeated, reigning Superbowl Champion Green Bay Packers. The ChiefsRead on »
Week 14 saw turmoil once again for Kansas City Chiefs fans. A devastating blow out 37-10 loss at the hands of the New York Jets turned into the firing of head coach Todd Haley, leaving defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel in charge of the team.
In a refreshingRead on »
Exit Todd Haley and welcome Romeo Crennel. Crennel has done a fine job getting what he can from this makeshift, banged up, and untalented defense; however, he has not been a very good head coach. Then again, we was given nothing in Cleveland, and let’sRead on »
Predator of the Prairie Podcast: Episode 13
Segment 1 Intro, Gut reaction, PregameRead on »
Let the search begin! Today the Kansas City Chiefs let coach Todd Haley go. Haley is the second head coach to get the axe in the NFL this year. Jack Del Rio of the Jacksonville Jaguars was the first. Undoubtedly, names like Cowher and JonRead on »
On the heels of the New York Jets’ beatdown of the Kansas City Chiefs, to the tune of 37-10, the Chiefs organization has “relieved Todd Haley of his duties as Head Coach.”
As a Chiefs fan, it was difficult toRead on »
Well Chiefs Nation, what looked promising last week was just a figment of our imagination. Were the Jets really that good this week? Or were the Chiefs that bad? I think it was a combination of both.
Mark Sanchez had a great game at quarterback,Read on »
What we saw was tragic for all involved but it would have been worse if Brian Urlacher and Chris Conte had not knocked the ball directly into the hands of Dexter McCluster. Other than that, it was a pathetic display of offense and strong defenseRead on »
Predator of the Prairie Podcast : Episode 12
Segment 1 Intro, Gut reaction,Read on »
Were you excited when Kyle Orton entered the game on Sunday in Chicago against the Bears? I was.
The Kansas City Chiefs offense had been stalled once again, gaining 70 yards on 4 first quarter possessions.
Enter Kyle Orton on the 1st play of theRead on »