Report: Kansas City Chiefs Fire Romeo Crennel, but Keep Scott Pioli

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The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that head coach Romeo Crennel has been fired, but in an interesting twist, general manager Scott Pioli will not be following him out the door.

At least not yet he’s not.

Like so many other coach’s on Black Monday, the writing has been on the wall for Crennel for sometime now. The Chiefs have clinched the worst record in the NFL and thusly the No. 1 pick in this upcoming April’s NFL Draft. But while Crennel shoulder some blame for this season, it’s Pioli who’s been on fans nerves and in their minds on the hook for all the bad seasons in recent memory.

You may begin your Pioli’s taking a defensive lineman first overall jokes now, because they might be a very real possibility if Pioli does indeed stay in Kansas City.

The Chiefs are likely feeling the fans out on this one, but as of right now Pioli is still in power in Kansas City and that’s probably the worst news that Cheifs fans wanted to hear today. For once in a great while they went to sleep last night with hope tomorrow would bring good news, but in true Chiefs fashion, they’re waking up in the same Hell they’ve been in for the past few years, with Scott Pioli driving the bus directly off a cliff.

Doesn’t it feel good to be a Chiefs fan?

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