This is my first post on Arrowheadpride. I have been a member of this community for about two years now, and I enjoy all of the www.Chiefs.com related information that I recieve on this site. It is getting old talking about who we are going to draft 3 months from now, who our quarterback should and will be, and who our other coaches will be.
So I would like to bring up a topic that I have not seen much of a discussion about on this site. If you will, follow me after the jump.
I can remember watching on at least 3 occasions this year when a play seemed like the call went against the Chiefs, but no replay was shown, and the bad call was allowed to stand because our coaches did not have the opportunity to review the previous play.
I know that people have talked in the past about the NFL having a "big media market bias," but is it actually the media that is in control and has the bias? You decide for yourself, but to me, it just seems like the www.NFL.com is giving too much control to the Media in this aspect. There has to be a fair way to make sure that every team has an equal opportunity to win every game (especially if you need all the help that you can get).
I feel that the media should be required to at least show one replay of every play to avoid the possibility of media bias. At least 3 times this year, a horrible call went against the Chiefs that should not have been called. Is it because we just got a bad brake, or is there more to it than that. You tell me AP.