The struggling Cleveland Browns are benching their second starting QB of this season--Brandon Weeden--and going with Jason Campbell in this Sunday's game against the Chiefs. I'll resist railing on the struggling Browns, because, hey...the Chiefs were there last season. Here's a blurp from an interview Campbell gave about the Chiefs. '
'They are No. 1 in third down, No. 1 in the red zone and No. 1 in points allowed, so it is definitely a challenge,'' said Campbell, who signed with the Browns as a free agent in March. ''Arrowhead is one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, and that means even more we need to be on the same page.''
A-hem...note to Campbell. Arrowhead is the loudest stadium IN THE WORLD!!! I hope fans will give Campbell a thorough education about this in this week's game as we go for 8-0 and continue our well deserved #1 in the NFL. Go Chiefs!!!
But I do wish I'd hear less from KC's fans of "the Chiefs kingdom" and "the sacred acre" around here. There is one kingdom and it belongs to Christ Jesus. The gridiron at Arrowhead is far from 'sacred'. That word is reserved for those things relating to God. Hopefully, Christian fans of the Chiefs will, to paraphrase Kipling, "keep their heads when all around them are losing theirs". Hoop and holler...cheer and shout! But slam on the breaks when secular excitement trespasses onto our holy realm.