Chiefs Fans Deserve Their Money Back!

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Chiefs Fans Deserve Their Money Back!
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I feel that the last three or four season have tested my commitment to being a fan of the chiefs! It's been hard to watch a Chiefs game. It makes me hate my DVR! Watching in person is harder then I thought it would be too!

A little back story on myself. I'm from southern WV, I started watching football in 1993. I asked around "who was the best player in football", the answer I got was Joe Montana, so you guessed it I became a Chiefs fan (btw I was 10,lol). I've loved them ever since then, From Marty ball on! and in the last 2 years I've been able to see the chiefs live and in person 3 times, I went to the Atlanta and Carolina games last year. This year I went to the redskins game! I Have the NFL Sunday Ticket Package with Superfan for HD!

And I cant Believe What I've seen this season, even the last few. IT keeps getting harder to get on board with their rebuilding plans. All the changes from season to season are frustrating to say the least.

After reading what Tony Seminary did back in Sept ( I think the Chiefs organization should send out a prees release and ask for receipts from any purchase any fan has made for a game, jersey, t-shirt, tv package and start sending some money out. I mean they've wasted plenty of it before(i.e. paying LJ and not Allen, Cassel's contract) so why not give back to the fans!

I dont even understand our new leadership, they say its about finding the right 53, but they keep bringing players in off the street to play from week to week. They let Pollard leave, finally got rid of LJ after they said he had a clean slate, gave Cassel the big paycheck and the starting job, and our we drafting anymore LSU players this year in round 1?


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