Here she is, ladies and gentleman. The middle aged British woman who cost the Chiefs a trip to the Super Bowl.
With 1 minute remaining in the AFC Championship, Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward picked off a Brady pass that tipped off of Gronk’s fingertips, sealing the game and sending KC to the Super Bowl – that is, until officials announced LB Dee Ford was lined up in the neutral zone. 5 yard penalty, replay the down. Patriots drive down to the end zone, and after a little more drama, the rest is history. Just like that, the hope of an entire city vanished, all because Dee Ford (pictured above) made a lazy and inexplicable mental error at the worst time possible.
Of course, she can’t take responsibility for her actions. She’s deflecting and making excuses, passing the blame to everyone else other than herself. She can’t just apologize to Chiefs fans – she insists on hiding behind things like “it wasn’t my fault” and “there were plenty of other plays that determined the game” and “I’m actually a British woman who is a professional surveyor from Gillingham and not in fact a 6’2″ 250 pound outside linebacker on a professional football team.”
The lack of personal accountability in today’s society is disheartening, to say the least.