KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ The last few weeks, there's been a sign outside the Chiefs' locker room that read, ``Eliminate Bad Football.'' It was taken down this week and a new sign tacked up Thursday.
This one reads, ``Play Good Football.''
Coach Romeo Crennel said the message was simple: It's time to replace negative thinking born out of a 1-5 start with some positive thinking heading into Sunday's game against Oakland.
The Chiefs were off last week, giving them a chance to hit the refresh button a season that's spiraling out of control. So in another attempt to change the status quo, Crennel said he swapped out the signs this week to try to get across a positive message to his team.
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