Well, that didn't take long. After suffering through a real clusterfuck of a firing process, it looks like Andy Reid has already found himself a new home. ESPN is citing sources (actual sources this time, not Jay Glazer) who are claiming that a deal with the Kansas City Chiefs is imminent:
After a 2-14 season, the Chiefs fired head coach Romeo Crennel today. Here's a selection of photos commemorating his impactful tenure.
Outside of an overtime win against the Saints, the Chiefs have been unwatchable this season. The team's most damning mark of failure is the fact that it hasn't held a lead in regulation in its first seven games, a streak that remains intact after Thursday's 31-13 loss to the Chargers.
Brady Quinn beat out Matt Cassel in the saddest quarterback competition ever—and then left the game with a concussion after going 2-for-4 for a single yard. This was only the second-most Chiefs thing to happen this week. That would be the star running back getting just five carries all day, and the head coach not…
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And so marks the beginning of the end of a great weekend of football. Gather below.
In sports, everyone is a winner—some people just win better than others. Like Patriots fans who love everything about New England's recent dynasty, except Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. Pack your bags, you're moving to K.C.!
He was 24-40 in four seasons as head coach of the Browns and more importantly, 0-8 against the Steelers. Which means that your next NFL head coach to win an extended vacation is Romeo Crennel.