After being demolished by the eventual AFC #1 seed Denver Broncos, the Kansas City Chiefs became a number one of their own. They will hold the first pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. It is*widely*noted that this is the second time in five years that the Chiefs have put up a 2-14 season record. But wait…there’s more!
The need for a change to a winning culture runs much deeper than the last five years. Since Dick Vermeil left Kansas City after the 1995 season, the Chiefs have had two seasons over .500 (2006, 2010). While they made the playoffs in both of those years, they had only one season with double digit wins (2010). They are 38-73 in that span, with the home fans able to witness 21 wins. As great as those fans are, it has to be hard to stay warm in Arrowhead in December knowing that your team is likely to lose.
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