Kansas City Chiefs: Walk-out songs for Chiefs players

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“Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus

Has there been any other draft pick in KC Chiefs history that has gone as unappreciated as Allen Bailey in the third round was in 2011? The Chiefs got both Allen Bailey and Justin Houston in the third round of that draft and both guys have gone on to become monsters defensively.

Bailey missed a good chunk of last season, but he’s looking stacked during the preseason and was having terrific seasons in 2014 and 2015, totaling nine and a half sacks during that time. He’s a machine on the defensive side of things and he deserves a song that explains how tough he is.

While not the most masculine song of all-time, Bailey’s song choice would be good for him due to the title. “Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus describes Bailey’s football skills to a tee.

When Bailey goes after the quarterback or a running back, he’s going after them like a wrecking ball. That big hit he had against the 49ers during the preseason was unreal and perhaps it showed us that Bailey isn’t human and is indeed, a wrecking ball.

I’m sorry that I had to assign someone a song by Miley Cyrus, but at least it was her one song that sounds tough. Do I really think Allen Bailey would choose this as his walk-out song? Probably not, but the title describes him perfectly, so I don’t think he’ll mind.