Nov 20, 2011; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Oakland Raiders tight end Kevin Boss (87) makes a 3 yard reception as he meets Minnesota Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway (52) and cornerback Benny Sapp (22) in the first quarter at the Metrodome. The Raiders win 27-21. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-US PRESSWIRE

Kevin Boss Has An Ignorant Opinion Of Raiders-Chiefs Rivalry

You’ve been warned, Kevin Boss.  Raider Nation had your back when you were a free agent and we were looking for someone to fill the void in the Black Hole following the departure of Zach Miller. But now you’re public enemy #1 in the Black Hole. We had no reason to hate on you other than the team you play for but now you’ve done it by running your mouth on the wrong subject.

Boss was barely in Oakland long enough to know which stop on the BART takes you directly into the Coliseum on Sundays and he hasn’t even been in Kansas City long enough to know what a Chiefs’ tailgate is like. Yet somehow he knows he’s on the better end of the Raiders-Chiefs rivalry and said so in an interview.

“I was in Oakland for such a short period of time that it wasn’t really something where I really understood the whole Chiefs-Raiders rivalry. I just know now that I’m on the better side of the rivalry. It’s been a great transition and it’s really been a blessing in disguise to have been moved on to greener pastures.”

So…let me get this straight. Dude knew nothing of the Raiders-Chiefs rivalry before becoming a Raider? Never mind that this cat grew up playing football on the West Coast. You’d assume at some point he would have seen or a Raiders-Chiefs game in his lifetime. Never mind that he hasn’t even played a game as a Chief yet. Somehow he already knows he’s on the “better side”.

For the record, Boss is likely going to be a blocking tight end in KC and nothing more. The Raiders gave him a chance to feature prominently in an offense that typically utilized the tight end position in a multitude of ways. He had his health issues but overall didn’t contribute much more than throwing a few big blocks and coming up with a couple of nice moments on special teams.

So now the backup tight end in Kanas City wants to run his mouth.

You’ve been warned, Boss. You know Raider Nation is loyal to a fault but all bets are off when you put on those enemy colors and call out the best fans in football. I’d say we’ll see you in the fall but nothing guarantees Boss will be either healthy enough to play or that he’ll get on the field for anything other than running downs.

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