Kansas City Chiefs: Disgruntled Fans Voice Their Opinions at Arrowhead Stadium

Farzin Vousoughian@farzin21Contributor IIIOctober 7, 2012

KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 30: Kansas City Chiefs fans look on late in the game against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium on September 30, 2012 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Chargers won 37-20. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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The match at Arrowhead Stadium between the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs has yet to kick off and there are already fans expressing their anger with the franchise.

Earlier Sunday morning, a Chiefs fan flew a plane with a long banner above the Truman Sports Complex, where Arrowhead Stadium and Kauffman Stadium are located.

The banner reads: WE DESERVE BETTER. FIRE [general manager Scott] PIOLI. BENCH [quarterback Matt] CASSEL

That was not the only sign in the area that caught attention.

A Chiefs fan held a big sign in Gate 5 of the parking lot at Arrowhead Stadium.


And yes, the fan who hung this sign did indeed underline a certain word to define just how bad the Chiefs are.

Chiefs fans are known to be the loudest at Arrowhead Stadium. It is safe to say, even in their darkest moments, Chiefs fans are still the loudest. Just not as loud as the franchise wants them to be.

But fans who purchased tickets and paid money to park their vehicles have the right to voice their opinions. The Chiefs have looked ugly this season and are doing no wrong by letting the franchise know how disappointed they are.

What do you think of the two signs Chiefs fans put together before the game?

The Chiefs are 1-3 going into Week 5. They have not played with the lead once this year—their one win came after a game-winning field goal in overtime in Week 3 vs New Orleans. The Chiefs have also failed to score a touchdown on their opening drive since Week 16 of 2010.