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    Re: OT:Chiefs GM Peterson to step down at end of season

    Florio threw Scott Pioli's name in as a potential replacement. Some people just never learn. :rolleyes:

    If we all had a nickel for everytime he was rumored for a job...
     
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    Re: OT:Chiefs GM Peterson to step down at end of season

    As we are saying out here in KC, free at last, free at last, thank God almighty, we are free at last!!!!!!!
     
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    He should have "resigned" the minute they traded for Herm Edwards.
     
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    Re: OT:Chiefs GM Peterson to step down at end of season

    probably only GM in history to be allowed to be employed for 20 years without ever reaching championship round even.
     
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    Re: OT:Chiefs GM Peterson to step down at end of season

    They have not had a top ten defense once since Schottenheimer was there a decade ago. He brought in Herm to work on that and this year the Chiefs ranked 30th in points allowed and 32nd in yards allowed. It's been a while, I had forgotten that Marty went to the playoffs with five different QB's: Steve DeBerg, Dave Krieg, Joe Montana, Steve Bono, and Elvis Grbac - and almost made it with a 6th, Rich Gannon.

    Funny how both the Chiefs and Chargers couldn't wait to get rid of Schottenheimer, and they plummetted once he left. Even more ironic that fans in both Cleveland and Kansas City want him back now.

    I have to agree, it's amazing Peterson lasted this long.
     
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