The Chiefs went 2-1 under Crennel to end the 2011 season. However, Crennel and his staff did not do a good job this season. The Chiefs didn’t look at many other coaches last January when Crennel was promoted from interim coach to the permanent spot. The fact Romeo Crennel is out in Kansas City and Scott Pioli is still employed may imply that the Chiefs are pinning their problems on the coach. That is the wrong tack to take. It wasn’t all Crennel’s fault. Yes, his team was terrible. The Chiefs averaged 13.2 points this season, which was last in the league. The Chiefs a talented team that netted five Pro Bowl players despite earning the No. 1 overall draft pick were tied for the NFL high with 37 turnovers. The Chiefs finished 2-14, which is tied for the worst record in team history.