Well it has become painfully obvious that, other than those who were drafted by KC, no one wants to play for Kansas City. Peyton wouldn't even give the Chiefs a look, Kyle Orton would rather be a backup than battle for a starting job, and Carlson cuts his visit with the Chiefs short to go sign a contract with Minnesota. Actions speak louder than words and in my personal opinion, players actions are like a jet engine outside my bedroom window.
All of the latest happening lead me to a few questions...Do you think Haley was right? Is this front office poisoned to the point that players will turn and run(Carlson)? And finally, if this is a part of the Chiefs plan, how do they expect to build a winner?
We've all heard it. The Chiefs want to bring in competition for Matt Cassel at quarterback. So far this off season they have neglected the quarterback who started in Cassel's place after he succumbed to injury, let a guy that handed the Packers their only regular season loss sign a backups contract, and couldn't persuade the best quarterback in recent history to give them the courtesy of a visit. Maybe I'm crazy and this is one big misunderstanding, but i don't see the angle here. Just saying that you want to sign Peyton Manning doesn't blind me to the fact that absolutely nothing is being done to make the Chiefs better.
I can't decide if Haley was a victim of injuries and a poisoned front office or if he is who we all want to believe he is...a little crazy. The more and more time the Chiefs waste letting legitimate talent get away from them, the more inclined I am to believe Haley was a victim of poor management and injuries. So I
want need your help fellow APers. Am I jumping the gun here? Please vote after the jump.
Are you more inclined to believe Haley or the Chiefs at this point in Free Agency?
Chiefs. Haley is more than a few knives short of a full set. (138 votes)
Both. Chiefs and Haley are like Clark Griswold's aunt in Christmas Vacation. (151 votes)
Haley. The chiefs front office is twisting in the wind with no hope of building a Championship caliber team. (191 votes)
Neither. Both have always been at the top of their game. (28 votes)
508 total votes