The Kansas City Chiefs’ Offseason: Concluding The ‘Infamous Five’

August 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Infamous Five, number 5—Kansas City Chiefs
2009 record: 4-12
4-12. 2-14. 4-12.
So have gone the last three seasons of the Kansas City Chiefs. The two years previous combined for 19 wins and a playoff berth (in '06); KC has won as many games from 2007-10 as they did in 2005 alone.
Larry Johnson was an NFL stud the last time the Chiefs had a winning season: Johnson's personal fall from grace has run parallel to Kansas City's, and it's hard at this stage to say who's had the tougher road since Johnson's 416-carry, 1,789-yard 2006 season.
However, we're gonna side with the Chiefs on this one. Even though Johnson ishaving trouble cracking the Redskins' backfield rotation, the Arrowhead faithful have sat through three dismal seasons, the trade of franchise legend Tony Gonzalez to the Falcons, and even suffered the ignominy of having Damon Huard as their starting QB.
But look hard at the Chiefs' roster, squint a little, and say Lamar Hu...

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