I’ve found the most annoying part of the Kansas City Chiefs.
No, it’s not their abysmal record against good quarterbacks. Not the way they handle parking. Nope it’s not even the playoff winless streak which was once the most annoying thing but is no longer.
The most annoying part of the Chiefs is THROWING SCREENS WHEN YOU’RE DOWN 36 POINTS.
Nothing gets a Chiefs fan’s anger rolling more than the Chiefs being down multiple scores and Alex Smith and the Chiefs offense throwing screen after screen. Absolutely nothing more annoying than that.
It’s annoying because you know it won’t work. It’s annoying because with a guy like Tyreek Hill you for some reason believe this is the play - this one right here! - is going to be the one that breaks him for a 75-yard touchdown. And it’s annoying when that doesn’t work.
If you don’t believe me, believe everyone else who says the same thing.
Dwn 22 pts. How many jail break screens will check dwn Alex and chiefs run? Dayyyyyyyuuuumm.— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) October 3, 2016
The Chiefs are down 36-0 and still throwing screens.— JR (@JReidDraftScout) October 3, 2016
If the #Chiefs want to cure their ills, it's fairly simple. Take half the screens, throw them out the window. Walk outside, set them on fire— Matt Verderame (@MattVerderame) October 3, 2016
Chiefs gave me PTSD last night. Post Tramatic Screens Disorder. Never throw another screen ever again.— Dalton Decker (@D__Square) October 3, 2016
Andy Reid doesn't know when to abandon a play. He'll call screens and draws no matter how many times they get stuffed at the LoS. #Chiefs— Nomadic (@ProofPozitivity) October 3, 2016
Chiefs have to had broken the record for most screens in a game. #KCvsPIT— Eric Dailey (@Eric_dailey11) October 3, 2016
The @Chiefs clearly have no screen game tonight; which means Andy will keep calling screens— Matt Prahl (@mlprahl) October 3, 2016