The Kansas City Chiefs are bad. Not historically bad — they have one win, ensuring they won’t match the futility of the 2008 Detroit Lions, the only 0-16 team in NFL history — but there’s no hope to be found with this team. The coach is going to be fired, as is the general manager. The quarterbacks on the roster will be shown the door, too. The team is overdue for a complete overhaul.
Though many fans of the team and players on the roster probably wish they could just be done with the 2012 season now, the team still has six games to play. It’s safe to say those six games are going to be excruciating.
A few fans of the team won’t have to endure those six games, however — because they are now dead. And the Chiefs’ horrible season played a role in their deaths.
Take, for instance, this guy:
That’s a real obituary. Though it’s probably more accurate to say that it was the MS that killed Sam Lickteig, he wanted it to be known that the failures of his favorite team played a role in his demise, too. In the realm of deathbed FUs, that’s a pretty strong one sent in the direction of the Chiefs.
Then, there’s this guy. The unnamed victim was shot and killed by his friend’s dad while they were watching the Chiefs get destroyed by the Bengals on Sunday. Alcohol was involved (obviously).
How many more people are going to die before this Chiefs season comes to an end on December 30?