The Chiefs could be nailed for grand theft after what they pulled on their paying customers Friday night.
That preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was a complete and total embarrassment to this football team.
How can Clark Hunt, in good conscience, gouge his fans by charging regular season ticket prices, when more than half the starters didn't even play.
Head coach Todd Haley went so far as to even admit, shortly before game time, that he was treating it like a practice.
This is unacceptable.
The Chiefs are in the entertainment business and holding back their best players while charging top dollar is a sham.
What the Chiefs ran out there against Tampa Bay was a sorry looking bunch who couldn't block, who couldn't tackle and who couldn't score.
I've never liked these preseason games because they're nothing but a money-grab for the owners.
I noticed as soon as I pulled into Arrowhead, they had spiked parking by $5 this year.
It’s up to $27 to park your car for a lousy preseason game.
The high rollers have to pay $45 to park in Lot M.
There's a sign that reads Royals parking $10.00, Chiefs parking $27.00.
That’s enough to get your blood pumping before you order that first $8 beer.
Look, we all love football. That’s why we go out there.
But that wasn't football Friday night.
It was a bunch of fat arena league-caliber players who will be cut in the next two weeks.
A friend gave me tickets but I still dropped a mallard at the concession stands.
I know this. I've been to my last preseason football game.
I'll watch at home and grill some juicy filet mignon with the money I save, in parking alone at one of these glorified practice games that are, nothing, but a rip-off.
That’s Jack’s Smack.
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