The biggest controversy Dick Vermeil has had to deal with this season is whether he is resting Priest Holmes enough during blowout victories.
Which, for a NFL coach, is about as good as it gets.
This should surprise no one, of course. This is what Vermeil does. This is how Vermeil delivers. Three weeks and three victories into his third season with his third NFL club, Vermeil's Chiefs are the hottest team in the league.
"I think we're a pretty good football team," Vermeil said after a 42-14 dismantling of Houston in Week 3. "Are we ready to win a championship? No, we've only won three games."
They've only played three.
Coaches are anointed as geniuses too quickly and too often in the NFL. But what else can you say about the 66-year-old Vermeil?
The man delivers with little fanfare and little ego. He's the polar opposite of Mike Martz, his former offensive coordinator and successor in St. Louis, who always took too much credit for the Rams' 2000 Super Bowl.
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