The Kansas City Chiefs are two games into the Romeo Crennel era -- one win and one loss -- and it doesn't appear the confidence in him is fading a whole lot. We ran a poll yesterday about the confidence Chiefs fans have in Romeo Crennel and 40 percent said "somewhat confident" and another 20 percent said "100 percent confidence" so he still has support from the fans.
Crennel talked with the media on Monday and before getting asked about it brought up his own status moving forward. The key takeaway is that he once again said a decision wouldn't be made until after the season.
"Now, I know that there are some questions about my status and how this game might impact my status," Crennel said. "I've said all along that at the end of the year a decision is going to be made and I was going to do the best I could for the three games that I had an opportunity to do that.
"So, the first game was a really good game, this game wasn't as good and now I've got one more game. Still, the decision-makers, they'll make their decision after the season. I try to win every game, every game is important to me and so what'll happen, will happen.
"I don't believe what I say, what I think is going to make any difference. It's what I do, the work that I put out there, that's the thing that will have an impact. If it's to be, it will be. If not, it will not be.
"That's the way it is in the NFL. They want to know, ‘Did you win?' and last Saturday we did not win. Like I said, we're disappointed, it's unfortunate, but we've got to move forward and we will go forward."