In the two weeks before he left his post as a Kansas City Star sports columnist, Kent Babb managed to undress Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli. He didn't just take a few parting shots. He lined up devastatingly accurate bullet points in a pair of columns about Pioli's failures. Together, they served as a neat bookend to "Arrowhead Anxiety," Babb's January 2012 investigation into alleged eavesdropping and a toxic culture at 1 Arrowhead Drive. Babb exited with his wit ablaze, referring to his Star-issue laptop as "Scott Pioli's nightmare machine." (As usual in sports, one writer's nightmare machine makes for pretty entertaining reading.) Babb's byline is about to start running in The Washington Post, but the Chiefs and Pioli probably won't feel relief for a long time. Good luck, Dan Snyder.