Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs Are On The Move

Joe JonesCorrespondent IOctober 17, 2009

The Kansas City Chiefs are heading in the right direction even though there 0-5. Each game the Chiefs play together is a step towards players getting use to how eachother play.

The Chiefs offensive line changes from week to week, but why stay with a unit that doesn't work together. Changes are being made for a reason. Once Todd Haley finds that right group of lineman, we will all see the difference.

The Chiefs defensive unit also changes from week to week to find the right group. There is no reason why they can't get it together if everyone plays like Tamba Hali.

The Chiefs special team play has been the only bright spot for them. But everybody needs to give them a chance. Rome was not bulit in a day and the Chiefs are building there team brick by brick. I see alot of promise in Kansas City and before you know it, they will be contenders in the NFL.

So please, save all your negative comments till the end of the season and give these guys a chance to do what they do best. Did the New England Patriots go to the SuperBowl in there first season with Bill Belichick?? Did the Pittsburgh Steelars go in there first year with Chuck Knoll. I think that should answer your questions, So true Chief fans give your team a chance. Let them work it out.

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