I haven't posted on here in quite a while...so long, in fact, that I can't remember the last time. Last fanpost that I made was about last years draft, I believe, and there wasn't a whole lot of comments on there from people. I don't blame you. I don't know much about college football and it was only a wish-list...anyway, I have never stopped reading this site and there are a lot of haters out here and a line is being made, like the Civil War, between Chiefs fans about the new direction this team is going and who is calling the shots.
I personally don't blame the haters, being tired of sub- .500 seasons for so long and a thinning crowd at Arrowhead, it's depressing. It's like watching your kid fail at little leage baseball. Everytime he steps up to the plate, you hope for the best and prepare for the worst for him. And, more often than not, the preparation for the worst is what gets you through. I'm not on here to make a crazy mock-draft, talk about how our HC will pull us out of the fire, how our gem of a GM has the brains to save this franchise from disaster...that's not what I'm saying in this post. I'll give my thoughts in the comments with you guys, but this is, on what the title suggests, is your dream of a more perfect ending.
In my English comp. II class, we read a story called, "The Lottery", and it's about a small village that does a town-wide lottery and the one that draws the paper with the black spot on it gets stoned to death in the village square. No rhyme or reason, except that it's tradition. We, as a class, was given the assignment of coming up with a better ending based off of our ideas and what was given to us in the original story and that is where your assignment comes in.
We don't need to come up with a better ending than knocking the Bronco's out of the playoffs, but with the last season and this coming season, I want to hear from you guys on your better seasonal ending to our beloved Chiefs and a start for a whole new season. You can keep it realistic, way out there fantasy with a perfect 16-0 season, or even another losing season. If you read the comments and stop and think about it, you can see the dividing line that is growing between us. I know there will always be a line, but for some they don't see it and I think it's something for them to see and understand that everyone has a point of view. Let's do our homework and reflect on the wide view of our much loved team.