Romeo Speaks Through The Chiefs

“Obviously I’m very disappointed in the way our season went. At the end of the day, the NFL is a performance-based league, and we weren’t able to win.

“I want to thank the Hunt family for the opportunity as well as our players, coaches and fans for their support during my time in Kansas City.

“As for my future, I’m planning to take some time to reflect on this season, evaluate everything, and make a decision based on what’s right for myself and my family.”

3 Responses to “Romeo Speaks Through The Chiefs”

  • December 31, 2012  - Charles Nielson says:

    It’s too bad – he seems like one of the few NFL coaches who is also a decent man. I’ve always thought the same of Norv Turner. It doesn’t seem to be a quality that leads to long-term success.

  • December 31, 2012  - Merwin in NY says:

    As with Herm Edwards, nice guy, decent talent evaluator, good coordinator. Just not the head coaching material you need to be successful in this league. Too bad the wrong guy got fired today!

  • January 1, 2013  - ChuckXX says:

    When I look at Romeo I see a big loveable teddy bear that all the players love. He’s loveable just not a good head coach. The players for the “most part” did not play with much passion under him. Aside from a handfull of games they just seemed to go thru the motions. The really smart players knew they had no true QB and had little chance for the playoffs. By the half way point when we were 1-7 the “writing was clearly on the wall” for the season.

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