Would Jerry hire a "consultant" like Pioli

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  1. Vinnie2u

    Vinnie2u Well-Known Member

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    If you look at the team he assembled in KC he did a good job. His biggest flaw was being to loyal to his New England cronies. Crennel Weiss and Cassell.
  2. phildominator

    phildominator Active Member

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    Jerry already has plenty of people that have his ear to fill the consultant role. Pioli isn't one of them. Someone from his inner circle would have to bring in Pioli for that to happen.
  3. RS12

    RS12 Well-Known Member

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    Going all in on Cassell is what killed Pioli.
  4. stasheroo

    stasheroo Well-Known Member

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    I honestly believe it has zero chance of happening because a guy like Pioli would never work under the Jerry Jones dysfunction.

    Not in a million years.
  5. jterrell

    jterrell Penguinite

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    Piolo is a dysfunction. KC has been terrible under him and they have been troubled in every sense.
  6. MartinRamone

    MartinRamone Well-Known Member

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    Pioli?!! Keep him as far as possible, he is TERRIBLE.
  7. jterrell

    jterrell Penguinite

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    He did not do a good job.

    He chose Cassell and hired Todd Haley(who was notoriously hard to work with).

    They won 23 games in 4 seasons, i.e. averaging less then 6 per year... YIKES!!

    And this is a team that let Brandon Carr walk. (and saw the overall defensive scoring rank fall from 12th to 25th)
  8. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    That's usually what makes or breaks coaches and GMs.

    That's why I'm so down on our coaching and management because I think our QB is pretty good.
  9. Yakuza Rich

    Yakuza Rich Well-Known Member

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    Well, somebody got Romo to come here.

    And no, it wasn't Sean Payton. He didn't even know who he was until Romo came to camp.

  10. SilverStarCowboy

    SilverStarCowboy The Actualist

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    Piolli used to be the eye candy.
  11. CATCH17

    CATCH17 1st Round Pick

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    Any team can find good players. Not every team can put those players in the best position to win.
  12. jterrell

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    that is totally and completely untrue.
    tony romo was the the nfl combine with every major cowboys official in town for attendance.

    Romo attended the 2003 NFL Combine, but, despite intriguing some scouts, went undrafted by any NFL team during the 2003 NFL Draft. Throughout the draft, Romo was assured by Sean Payton of the Cowboys' interest (Romo was also intensely pursued by former Denver Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan), and shortly afterwards was signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Cowboys.

    payton told bp he didn't need to make a large bid because romo really wanted to come to dallas knowing there was a spot to win at qb.
  13. Randy White

    Randy White Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Except for center Casey Wiegmann and guard Ryan Lilja, who were signed in 2010 and helped the Chiefs go 10-6 that season; and offensive tackle Eric Winston, who helped the Chiefs rank fifth in the NFL in rushing this season, Pioli had little but embarrassment to show for his dealings in free agency.

    Just as Pioli traded Gonzalez as way to divest the team of players from the Peterson era, he ran off five-time Pro Bowl guard and team leader Brian Waters after the 2010 season. Waters signed with New England as a free agent and helped the Patriots to the Super Bowl in 2011.

    Pioli also failed to retain cornerback Brandon Carr, who signed a five-year, $50 million contract with Dallas during the off-season and had a brilliant season with the Cowboys. Meanwhile, Stanford Routt, whom Pioli signed to a three-year, $31.5 million contract last spring, was released at mid-season. And the major free-agent signing of 2011, wide receiver Steve Breaston -- who signed for five years at $22.5 million -- has been healthy but inactive for several games, even though the Chiefs were thin at the position.

    The four draft classes under Pioli’s watch failed to produce consistent playmakers. It took four years for the Chiefs to realize defensive end Tyson Jackson, the third overall pick in 2009, could be a three- down player, and he’ll likely be a free agent in 2013.

    While a two-time Pro Bowl pick, Eric Berry has proven that taking a safety with the fifth overall pick in 2010 was a reach. And the biggest bust of all was wide receiver Jon Baldwin, taken in the first round in 2011 despite all kinds of red flags. Baldwin has caught two touchdown passes in two years.

    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/01/04/3994506/chiefs-gm-scott-pioli-out.html#storylink=cpy
  14. big dog cowboy

    big dog cowboy THE BIG DOG Staff Member

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    Read that in todays paper. The whole article paints Pioli's stay in KC as a trainwreck. The locals are happy he is gone.
  15. BlueStar22

    BlueStar22 Well-Known Member

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    From what I've read about Pioli, he's an ahole and a jerk.
  16. Gemini Dolly

    Gemini Dolly Well-Known Member

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  17. Blast From The Past

    Blast From The Past Well-Known Member

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    Read where he had a meltdown over a candy wrapper on the floor in the building. Who would really want a guy like that to be here in any role?
  18. AKATheRake

    AKATheRake Well-Known Member

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    Pioli will not happen and this comes with no opinion from me saying whether it would be good or bad if he did.

    But, Parcell's is a voice seriously listened to by Jerry and Pioli is Parcell's son in law and had great success with Pacell's (Big Bill) ex counter part "Little Bill" (Belichick).

    If what you are saying in bold is accurate, and it does make sense. Then the bolded would only substantiate that what you have said unbolded as incorrect. Furthermore substantiated the possibility of Pioli which I find ridiculous anyways.

    That is of course if Reid and the new supposed GM in KC which may already be Heckert, cannot co-exist with Pioli and he negotiates another opportunity elsewhere.

    Doubt it would be here though.

    Better chance Jerry's going to close his open door, probably make Callahan or some other bird the OC and have everything go through Red. This is the culture change Jerry talks about. We-ll go 7-9 to 9-7 again, Red will be gone and Jerry will do the open door policy again with whatever new bird he puts in as HC once Garrett is let go.

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