KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Fans who want the Kansas City Chiefs to
just pack it in for the rest of this lost season and aim for a high
2008 draft choice must have loved what they saw in Denver.
With only a few notable exceptions, the players looked anything
but committed during a humiliating 41-7 loss. It was as bad a
performance by the Chiefs since Carl Peterson and Marty
Schottenheimer arrived in 1989.
Coach Herm Edwards was clearly angry and puzzled that the
defensive unit to which he has devoted most of his time and
resources could fail so miserably.
There's only one home game left, this week against Tennessee.
Then the Chiefs (4-9) close at Detroit and the New York Jets,
raising a distinct possibility that Edwards' second Kansas City
team could finish on a nine-game losing streak and wind up 4-12,
its worst record in 20 years.
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