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This would be an embarrassement beyond compare. Why would they even consider this?
I had to stop watching or supporting the Chiefs when they had Herm Edwards... I don't think I could take this... as a fan it is a complete slap in the face. Tebow is notthing but a lightning rod and a controversy where there doesn't need to be one.
I will just give up watching football completely
This post was edited by Tralfaz on 3/3/2013 at 8:28 PM
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Yeah, you could pretty much tune out at that point. I can't fathom why they would do this. Let alone trade someone for him. I love the idea that bringing him in would sell tickets. KC sold out all the time when they were winning football games. When you have had 1 winning season out of 6 it will be tough to get fans. They have really only been competitive on a league wide scale one or twice in the last decade (and that is being nice to the team that went 10-6 a few years ago).
Trying to use Tim Tebow to solve attendance problems is like throwing a band aid on a guy who just took a round from a tank in the chest.
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If this happens I'll lose complete faith in the GM/coaching staff before they even coach game or season starts. Trade for him? Trade what? He's not worth a back up snapper or the last pick of the draft.
Such a Chiefs move if it happens. I'm beginning to wonder what Mart Schottenheimer did to poison the water and air coming into the GM and Coaches offices because smart guys who've been successful other places take those jobs in KC and are immediately incapable of making anything resembling a good decision.
I'm completely embarrassed. The broncos go out and get Manning, we get Alex Smith and Tebow... c'mon.... really?
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