I'm still skittish about flying a banner. We've got some time to see what happens over the next two weeks while the team's on the road.
Scott ***** and RAC have sympathy right now, and rightfully so. SOC also continues to be seen positively by the media and local fanbase, and rightfully so. SOC has conducted itself in an incredibly gracious and effective way. However, that could turn on a dime if:
1. The team starts winning, showing that it's come together (then SOC is viewed as divisive).
2. More facts come out that show more of the horror that RAC/*****/Gibbs/others had to witness (then SOC is viewed as vindictive.)
The next two weeks determine everything...for the Chiefs' draft position, and SOC's next move. If the team reverts to what we think it is, then I think the following might be appropriate:
Move forward, fresh start--saveourchiefs.com
We all need a fresh start--saveourchiefs.com
I would leave ***** off the banner but continue to push the idea of his failure to lead with social media and local media. But even those communications will have to show some level of empathy.
Just a few thoughts.
"Chiefs fans arenít having it." -Jason Whitlock