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Old 01-19-2013, 07:33 PM   Topic Starter
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Trading for Nick Foles

Nick Foles to the Chiefs? Two perspectives (well, mostly one)
By MNchiefsfan on Jan 19, 6:33a 692

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/1...-chiefs-rumors

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Why NOT throw another QB's name into the mix? The Chiefs can use all the help they can get at the position in 2013.

I don't know if you've gotten the memo, but quarterback is the main topic of discussion for the Kansas City Chiefs this offseason and for the 2013 NFL Draft.

What quarterback is the best of this draft class? Should the Chiefs draft a quarterback? What round should we draft a quarterback? Should we get a quarterback in free agency? Is Geno Smith awesome or terrible, with no in between? What quarterbacks are available via trade?

And on and on it goes....

I'm not immune to this latest obsession with quarterbacks. I'd say the decision as to whom the Chiefs place behind center next season will largely make or break the next several years (if not the next dozen years) of Chiefs football. If the Chiefs blow it, we'll continue to be trapped in mediocrity for a couple of years. If the Chiefs knock it out of the park, we might contend for a Super Bowl for a decade. Somewhere in between and we could go back and forth between the two for awhile. It's kind of a big deal.

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Old 01-19-2013, 07:35 PM   #2
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Before reading all of that i just wanted to say NO.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:37 PM   #3
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Before reading all of that i just wanted to say NO.
to be expected, i suspose

article could contain the secret to neverending life and nobody would give a shit because they want to draft Geno Smith.


just ignore the fact that it's interesting, fun and pretty much says draft Geno and trade for Foles.


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Old 01-19-2013, 07:45 PM   #4
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Nick Foles is better than Ryan Tannehill, Brandon Weeden and Brock Assweiler. He played for a shitty school with a shitty coach and still looked good.

Top 5 passer in college last year with 3 amazing QB's and led Arizona to a top 10 team in passing most of the school year with only the Criner WR who is now a Raider.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:47 PM   #5
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It actually was an entertaining read and the guy made a pretty nice case for Foles, i WILL say that.

But as you're well aware, this fanbase is ready for OUR guy, not the other guy... besides that the author is taking a huge leap to assume the guy is on the trade block.

Not trying to slam the idea just to be a jackoff, but i'm one of those who wants a "KC born and bred" player, not the guy the iggles may or may not be ready to cast off.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:50 PM   #6
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It actually was an entertaining read and the guy made a pretty nice case for Foles, i WILL say that.

But as you're well aware, this fanbase is ready for OUR guy, not the other guy... besides that the author is taking a huge leap to assume the guy is on the trade block.

Not trying to slam the idea just to be a jackoff, but i'm one of those who wants a "KC born and bred" player, not the guy the iggles may or may not be ready to cast off.
So you want Josh Freeman?

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Old 01-19-2013, 07:52 PM   #7
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So you want Josh Freeman?

I keeed I keeed
I would make an exception in that case, damn the torpedoes and neg reppers.

He is able to take the hits and keep on chucking.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:51 PM   #8
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It actually was an entertaining read and the guy made a pretty nice case for Foles, i WILL say that.

But as you're well aware, this fanbase is ready for OUR guy, not the other guy... besides that the author is taking a huge leap to assume the guy is on the trade block.

Not trying to slam the idea just to be a jackoff, but i'm one of those who wants a "KC born and bred" player, not the guy the iggles may or may not be ready to cast off.
I thought is was a fun article too which is main reason i posted it

I also believe 'the guy' means for us to trade for Foles and draft OUR guy.
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:52 PM   #9
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Not trying to slam the idea just to be a jackoff, but i'm one of those who wants a "KC born and bred" player
What difference does it make as long as the QB is good? Seriously, I don't get this "KC born and bred" stuff. Is it some kind of ego thing?

Len Dawson was not a "KC born and bred" QB, and he is in the HOF and has a SB ring with the Chiefs.
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What difference does it make as long as the QB is good?
They feel so empowered lately that they think they can be picky

i want my QB to be born in KC who likes long walks on the beach and drinks coors beer,pretzels and ....
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Old 01-19-2013, 08:00 PM   #11
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What difference does it make as long as the QB is good? Seriously, I don't get this "KC born and bred" stuff. Is it some kind of ego thing?

Len Dawson was not a "KC born and bred" QB, and he is in the HOF and has a SB ring with the Chiefs.
I wont argue that, if we magically stumble into the golden turd that some other team didnt want... I'M IN.

Just stating my preference.
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What difference does it make as long as the QB is good? Seriously, I don't get this "KC born and bred" stuff. Is it some kind of ego thing?

Len Dawson was not a "KC born and bred" QB, and he is in the HOF and has a SB ring with the Chiefs.
Same.

But while I'd like to see us draft a qb in the first, at this point I think it's looking unlikely. So Foles would be my second option. I wanted the Chiefs to draft him last year.
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Wanted to draft this guy last year...

That said..I'd trade a 3rd for him. Nothing more.
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Wanted to draft this guy last year...

That said..I'd trade a 3rd for him. Nothing more.
Draft Geno and trade a 3rd for Foles? I think that is a good idea.
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