Andy Reid
Kansas City radio host blames Andy Reid for failing to ‘fix’ his son and Tyreek Hill in one of the worst takes of all-time (Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

The Sports media world is becoming a sick world. Some people are so desperate to become relevant. I’m more interested in just becoming the smartest person in this space. Others are more interested in creating headlines for all the wrong reasons. Enter Kevin Kietzman who is a Kansas City Radio Host. Kietzman had one of the most disgusting takes of all-time.

“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.”

This may go down as the most outrageous thing I’ve ever heard. A: Never talk about another man’s family. Talk about Andy all you want. When you bring in a dead family member into the conversation, you cross a line. Also, blaming Reid for not ‘fixing’ Tyreek Hill is the most insane take in human history. Hill beat up his pregnant girlfriend in college before ever getting drafted. The Chiefs knew who he was before they picked him.

Kevin also did serious back track. I bet those hamstrings are mighty sore.

The tape does not lie. The word ‘family’ was clearly used. Reid’s son died because of a heroin addiction. To blame Andy for a son’s addiction issue is just flat out ignorant. There is no other way to put it. If Kietzman isn’t fired, then this kind of thing just proves my entire point. People are so desperate to become relevant in this field. Kietzman created negative publicity but publicity nevertheless. Flat out embarrassing.

Talking shit about Andy Reid is just one thing that makes no sense. Reid has an extensive coaching tree, resurrected many quarterback’s careers, and has a record of 65–31 with the Chiefs. Most of that is with bum ass Alex Smith. Blame the Chiefs for taking risks on players with character concerns like Tyreek Hill. That’s all fine. Blaming the Chiefs for failing to ‘fix’ them is just an uneducated thing to say. Fire Kevin Kietzman now.