"It's just hard to change a coach's perspective or change an offensive coordinator's plays when this is what they've been used to doing ever since they came into the league."
LJ wasn't wrong for calling out the coaching staff, even if he did do it with a freakin' diaper on. The team and his new contract demand that Larry be a leader for the Chiefs this season. He's slowly trying to fit into that role. Will he ever truly be a team leader? I don't know. He'll have to control his emotions better if he hopes to be.
I'm just happy that someone on this team is willing to stand up and say, "This is not working."