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#11

https://twitter.com/ChiefsFocus/status/1...7745014784
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#12

https://twitter.com/kkwhb/status/1143352570490105858
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#13

https://twitter.com/kkwhb/status/1143352571303792640
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#14

https://twitter.com/kkwhb/status/1143352572075552778
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#16

Sure he's an idiot but the whole narrative is that he called out andy for his dead son and all he did was mention family twice. Like isnt this the same thing that just happened to tyreek? DFS takes kid away for bruises and welts but the media takes it and insinuates tyreek might have broke his kids arm. This is a lynch mob of all the people mad about the lynch mob that went after tyreek. And the same people who spit out takes about tyreek without knowing are really doing the same with this dude.

That's not to excuse this dude, he definitely was referring to Andy's kids, but it's not like he said andy was at fault for his kids death and that's what I've seen a lot of people railing on this guy for.
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#17

(06-25-2019, 01:00 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  Sure he's an idiot but the whole narrative is that he called out andy for his dead son and all he did was mention family twice. Like isnt this the same thing that just happened to tyreek? DFS takes kid away for bruises and welts but the media takes it and insinuates tyreek might have broke his kids arm. This is a lynch mob of all the people mad about the lynch mob that went after tyreek. And the same people who spit out takes about tyreek without knowing are really doing the same with this dude.

That's not to excuse this dude, he definitely was referring to Andy's kids, but it's not like he said andy was at fault for his kids death and that's what I've seen a lot of people railing on this guy for.

I don't listen to him.  I don't care, but I heard the clip.

What he said is taboo and in bad taste, but he's right.  Andy's teams HAVE had discipline problems.  His family life was a complete disaster. I mean the judge called his home a 'drug den'.  


Now KC can take whatever measure they find appropriate, but I agree.  Fans are reaching to connect dots because they hate the guy.  The accusations are coming in bad faith. They knew what he meant.
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#18

(06-25-2019, 04:16 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(06-25-2019, 01:00 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  Sure he's an idiot but the whole narrative is that he called out andy for his dead son and all he did was mention family twice. Like isnt this the same thing that just happened to tyreek? DFS takes kid away for bruises and welts but the media takes it and insinuates tyreek might have broke his kids arm. This is a lynch mob of all the people mad about the lynch mob that went after tyreek. And the same people who spit out takes about tyreek without knowing are really doing the same with this dude.

That's not to excuse this dude, he definitely was referring to Andy's kids, but it's not like he said andy was at fault for his kids death and that's what I've seen a lot of people railing on this guy for.

I don't listen to him.  I don't care, but I heard the clip.

What he said is taboo and in bad taste, but he's right.  Andy's teams HAVE had discipline problems.  His family life was a complete disaster. I mean the judge called his home a 'drug den'.  


Now KC can take whatever measure they find appropriate, but I agree.  Fans are reaching to connect dots because they hate the guy.  The accusations are coming in bad faith. They knew what he meant.

All he had to say was that Andy's teams have had discipline problems and he had that problem during his tenure in Philadelphia, then it wouldn't be an issue.


Unfortunately, he thought it was a good idea to bring his family situation into it, which is about as personal as one can get.  Even the national news disagreed with him on how the context came out.


Even if he was right, its still a low blow and out of bounds/uncalled for anyways.  He most likely won't get much Chief players to join his show anyways.

He tried to deflect rather than own up to his words, and then a "scripted" apology, which is not really sincere at all.

Anyways, the rule of thumb is that family is off-limits.  I don't have an issue if people want to go after me in terms of how I game plan, my thought process, my game management, whatever it is.  But if anyone lumps my family into it, then they're going to get their ass kicked.
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#19

(06-25-2019, 10:14 PM)Coach Wrote:  
(06-25-2019, 04:16 PM)The_Jonas Wrote:  
(06-25-2019, 01:00 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  Sure he's an idiot but the whole narrative is that he called out andy for his dead son and all he did was mention family twice. Like isnt this the same thing that just happened to tyreek? DFS takes kid away for bruises and welts but the media takes it and insinuates tyreek might have broke his kids arm. This is a lynch mob of all the people mad about the lynch mob that went after tyreek. And the same people who spit out takes about tyreek without knowing are really doing the same with this dude.

That's not to excuse this dude, he definitely was referring to Andy's kids, but it's not like he said andy was at fault for his kids death and that's what I've seen a lot of people railing on this guy for.

I don't listen to him.  I don't care, but I heard the clip.

What he said is taboo and in bad taste, but he's right.  Andy's teams HAVE had discipline problems.  His family life was a complete disaster. I mean the judge called his home a 'drug den'.  


Now KC can take whatever measure they find appropriate, but I agree.  Fans are reaching to connect dots because they hate the guy.  The accusations are coming in bad faith. They knew what he meant.

All he had to say was that Andy's teams have had discipline problems and he had that problem during his tenure in Philadelphia, then it wouldn't be an issue.


Unfortunately, he thought it was a good idea to bring his family situation into it, which is about as personal as one can get.  Even the national news disagreed with him on how the context came out.


Even if he was right, its still a low blow and out of bounds/uncalled for anyways.  He most likely won't get much Chief players to join his show anyways.

He tried to deflect rather than own up to his words, and then a "scripted" apology, which is not really sincere at all.

Anyways, the rule of thumb is that family is off-limits.  I don't have an issue if people want to go after me in terms of how I game plan, my thought process, my game management, whatever it is.  But if anyone lumps my family into it, then they're going to get their ass kicked.

Yeah, that's what I said.
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#20

Keitzman started panicking after railing for weeks about Tyreek and how the Chiefs were complacent with child abuse because they didn’t cut Tyreek from the team, ala Kareem Hunt. When it appeared that nothing legally was going to happen to Tyreek, he really started to panic to defend his scoops and reputation. He basically went all in on getting Hill booted. His deep probing investigation of Hill led him to devote one afternoon of his radio show interviewing a doctor that specialized in the Munchhausen Syndrome. The poor dude clearly didn’t even know who Tyreek Hill was, but Kevin was trying to get the guy to cover for his own accusations he had made about Tyreek.

On the day that Keitz made the comment about Reid’s inability to control his own family, he was getting a lot of heat from Chiefs fans calling him out for his campaign against Tyreek Hill. I was listening live and was shocked that he said it. Just before that he was trying to justify himself by telling the story about how random Chiefs fans have been approaching him in droves to tell him that they will no longer attend Chiefs games because of Tyreek Hill’s actions. Whatever you need to do to make yourself feel good Kevin.
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