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Chief Roundup 11-14-2012 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Cassel's Reckoning (Post 9119618)
Barkley is barely 6-2 and has a questionable arm and limited mobility.

There is no way I take him #1.

I'd rather have Bray.

Wonder how many of Parcells qualifications Barkley meets?

Hammock Parties 11-14-2012 09:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Chief Roundup (Post 9119653)
Wonder how many of Parcells qualifications Barkley meets?

All of them, since he's a 4-year starter, basically.

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His rules are as follows:

The quarterback must be a senior. . .because you need time and maturity to develop into a good professional quarterback

He must be a graduate. . .because you want somebody that takes their responsibilities seriously.

He must be a three-year starter. . .because you want to make sure his success wasn't a fluke and to know that he has been "the guy" for a significant period of time.

He must have 23 wins. . .because big numbers don't mean a whole lot if you don't win.

Fat Elvis 11-14-2012 09:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Lou_Zare (Post 9119641)
I think things are going to get real ugly real soon at arrowhead. no way Pioli survives.

Clark wants consistency (ROFL how many coordinators and head coaches under Pioli?). No way he axes Pioli. Clark doesn't want the next GM (several years down the road) to feel as though the front office is little more than a game of musical chairs.

ILChief 11-14-2012 09:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Lou_Zare (Post 9119641)
I think things are going to get real ugly real soon at arrowhead. no way Pioli survives.

I think it happens after the season. What's the point now

DJ's left nut 11-14-2012 09:41 PM

Please - as if this is a question.

He'll take the 'safe', wholesome kid from a major program. There's no question he'll take Barkley because Barkley can step in next year and play. He's the most limited QB available, but he also probably has the least work to do to get to at NFL ready.

Geno will be better than Barkley by the end of 2013, but he'll still be considered too risky for Pioli.

Hammock Parties 11-14-2012 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Fat Elvis (Post 9119721)
Clark wants consistency (ROFL how many coordinators and head coaches under Pioli?). No way he axes Pioli. Clark doesn't want the next GM (several years down the road) to feel as though the front office is little more than a game of musical chairs.

Anyone can see Pioli is one of the biggest failures of a GM in NFL history.

No sense in keeping him. A competent GM isn't gonna care that we fired Pioli after the 4 worst years in franchise history.

petegz28 11-14-2012 09:42 PM

I said Landry because Scott would see a QB would available later down the pipe, trade down in the Patriot Way to get more picks and pick the worst of the lot.

BigMeatballDave 11-14-2012 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Fat Elvis (Post 9119721)
Clark wants consistency (ROFL how many coordinators and head coaches under Pioli?). No way he axes Pioli. Clark doesn't want the next GM (several years down the road) to feel as though the front office is little more than a game of musical chairs.

Musical chairs?

The last one was there 20 yrs.

jd1020 11-14-2012 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by Fat Elvis (Post 9119721)
Clark wants consistency (ROFL how many coordinators and head coaches under Pioli?). No way he axes Pioli. Clark doesn't want the next GM (several years down the road) to feel as though the front office is little more than a game of musical chairs.

Could be a reason for him to get rid of Pioli... He wants consistency, but because Pioli is such a dumbass and in love with ex-Patriot washouts he'll never get it. So maybe he'll fire him to hire someone who will get it.

petegz28 11-14-2012 09:45 PM

I can't see how anyone in their right mind would retain Pioli. If this was his 1st year he would get a pass. This is his 4th and we are worse than the day he got here. Not something that would get you kudos in any other walk of life.

JoeyChuckles 11-14-2012 09:46 PM

If we draft Geno, can we say Genoious! to everything he does?

If so, I hope it's him.

BWillie 11-14-2012 09:49 PM

Who will Pioli draft? A defensive tackle. So the common fan wont be able to know if his draft pick failed. As usual

Chief Roundup 11-14-2012 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Cassel's Reckoning (Post 9119689)
All of them, since he's a 4-year starter, basically.

Kind of what I thought. That is our boy. Pioli will follow this.

Ace Gunner 11-14-2012 09:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Fat Elvis (Post 9119721)
Clark wants consistency (ROFL how many coordinators and head coaches under Pioli?). No way he axes Pioli. Clark doesn't want the next GM (several years down the road) to feel as though the front office is little more than a game of musical chairs.

this is Pioli's forth season. He will get fired because he had plenty of time and did turn the team around, but then made some moves that forced it into a tailspin. Clark will be limited in who comes, yes, but it wont be because of fear of "musical chairs" it will be a very well founded fear of getting talent to come and help this bottom feeder of a team -- which is Clark's fault.

TribalElder 11-14-2012 10:03 PM

They tried to tank last season but Palko's tenacity kept this team in it. This year we are all in on operation rebuild through the draft.

It's cheaper thanks to the wage scale and fans allow some fail if a new QB comes in.

I gotta think the Clarks are on board, the question is will Pioli have to walk the plank before April so we get someone else in here to help rebuild


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