[Kansas City.com] There has been some moping in the days since the Chiefs lost at New York. Brian Waters wants it to stop.
“There’s some guys who are not as upbeat as other guys,” Waters, a Pro Bowl guard, said after practice on Tuesday. “I think there are some coaches who are not as upbeat as other people around the locker room.”
“For any of those people who are not too happy or who are upset or feel bad, you need to get over it. Because we’ve got to win games. And I’m not going to wait for anybody to get excited and wait for them to catch up on Friday or Saturday. I’m ready to go right now. If any of those guys don’t feel confident about it, they need to stay at home, to be honest with you.”
He even urged fans to cut short their halftime beer runs Saturday, because the Chiefs need them in the stands.
“If they’ve got the ball coming out in the third quarter, you want everybody to be out there. You want the defense to be pumped up,” Waters said. “Sometimes we come out, and there’s nobody in the stadium. I know they’re having a good time, but we need them. We need that crowd support.”