When weighing in on the Tyreek Hill situation on Kansas City radio, Kevin Kietzman had this to say:
Andy Reid does not have a great record of fixing players – he doesn’t. Discipline is not his thing. It did not work out particularly well in his family life, and that needs to be added to this as we’re talking about the Chiefs; he wasn’t real great at that either. He’s had a lot of things go bad on him, family and players. He is not good at fixing people. He is not good at discipline. That is not his strength. His strength is designing football plays.
Seriously. What the fuck? For those of you who are unaware, Andy Reid lost his son Garrett to drug addiction in 2012. To compare that to the handling of troubled players on an NFL roster is asinine and quite possibly one of the most irresponsible and idiotic things I’ve ever heard (and I’m on a podcast about Cincinnati sports). The Reid family was hit with the same tragedy that is seen way too often nowadays and Kietzman had no reason to bring this into the same conversation as how the Chiefs and Reid were handling the Tyreek Hill saga (who is a scumbag much like Kevin Kietzman in his own right).
But don’t worry folks, Kevin didn’t mean what YOU thought he meant. We’re just a bunch of idiots apparently.
First of all, learn how to thread Tweets, you dunce. Second of all, don’t think for a second that anyone is buying any of this bullshit. How else is someone supposed to take the line “It did not work out particularly well in his family life, and that needs to be added to this as we’re talking about the Chiefs; he wasn’t real great at that either”? I’ve seen some epic spin zones in my day, but this might take the cake. Yes, blame us for making you sad.
You’re correct, what you said was despicable. I just wish Mickey Callaway and Jason Vargas tried to fight you instead of Tim Healey.Follow @BennyMacBlog