Refuting Colin Cowherd’s list of why KC Chiefs won’t win five more titles

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Sammy Watkins #14 of the Kansas City Chiefs (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Colin Cowherd continues to vocally voice his displeasure for the KC Chiefs and the latest episode of this involves him dismissing any chances of them winning five more Super Bowl titles.

There are many “experts” in the field of sports, who have an ESPN or a CBS Sports or a Fox Sports press pass in their wallet. For the most part, I find them to be the best at what they do, or at least they can fake it until they make it.

One particular “expert” who I’m not sure contains any more football knowledge than I do, and seems to contain just as much bias for his west coast teams as I do my Kansas City Chiefs. Yes, I openly admit to my bias and possibly even being a homer, but I also like to think I am an objective man and try to back up my arguments with as much fact as possible, and that is what I am going to attempt to do now.

Earlier this week, Colin Cowherd was pontificating on his radio platform on Chris Jones‘ comments that that the Chiefs would win at least five more Super Bowls, and the “starving” fans of Kansas city – to use Cowherd’s own phrase – are “the most delusional fan base in the NFL”.

He goes on to state that Chiefs fans have had one championship in the last 50 years or so, giving that starving fan base a taste, and now we are falsely believing that many more titles are in the near future.

Well guess what Cowherd? I can pontificate too, and I am going to do so.

He gives five reasons why the Chiefs will not win five Super Bowls. I will provide a summary of his reasons, including direct quotes from his podcast,  and then my counter argument to his reasons and you can decide for yourself.

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