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Old 10-08-2012, 06:00 PM  
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Chiefs begin scheming to fit Brady Quinn

Chiefs start crafting offensive plan with Quinn at QB

BY ADAM TEICHER

The Kansas City Star


DAVID EULITT
Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn will most likely start on Sunday.

Romeo Crennel’s first act as Chiefs head coach last December was to name Kyle Orton as the new starting quarterback. In making the announcement, Crennel expressed plenty of confidence that Orton could help the Chiefs win.

Crennel is now on the verge of making another quarterback change, this one forced by the concussion to Matt Cassel. Crennel didn’t sound on Monday as confident in Brady Quinn, the probable starter in Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers in Tampa, as he was in Orton.

“Kyle is a more experienced guy,’’ Crennel said. “This is a different scenario and a different situation. I know Brady will be ready to play, and Brady is going to do everything he can to help this team win.’’

Having given that less-than-resounding endorsement, Crennel and the Chiefs on Monday began the process of making the quarterback switch. Even at that, Crennel wasn’t ready to declare that Cassel was out for Sunday’s game.

“Not totally, but just from what I’ve seen about concussions, they can be difficult,’’ Crennel said. “The individual is the thing. Some individuals recover faster than others. With the emphasis on concussions in the league, they’re making sure we do due diligence on the player’s health and making sure he’s not rushed back.

“They’re going to run several tests to see where he is. Generally, concussions are not good, but we’re concerned about the safety and welfare of the player and we’re going to give him an opportunity to get well. In the meantime, Brady Quinn has to get ready to play, and Ricky Stanzi has to be ready to play.’’

Still, the Chiefs began crafting the offensive plan for next Sunday’s game with Quinn as their quarterback. It presumably will be a little different than the plan for Sunday’s 9-6 loss to Baltimore, one in which the Chiefs tried 50 running plays but only 18 passes.

“We have to look at the strength of every player we’re going to play in the game. The things Brady does well, we have to tilt the game plan toward those things. If we didn’t, we wouldn’t be very good coaches.’’

The Chiefs won’t have their first practice session of the week until Wednesday. Tight end Tony Moeaki said he didn’t think the transition from Cassel to Quinn would be complicated.

“We did all that work with him in training camp, and he takes reps in practice,’’ Moeaki said. “So we’ll be comfortable if Brady has to go and we’ll make it work.’’


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Old 10-09-2012, 11:24 AM   #121
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No matter how good or bad Quinn is, they still should try and draft a top tier QB. The only scenario where you shouldnt IMO is if Quinn wins a Super Bowl this year.

Dont want to get fooled by the "1 year wonder" Brady Anderson scenario.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:26 AM   #122
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:28 AM   #123
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:29 AM   #125
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:43 AM   #126
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ya and this year's crop of late 1st rnd QB's is no better than the draft Brady Quinn was in.

I think this franchise is in position now to trade up for Smith. If Hunt doesn't do this, get it done, he's a ****ing idiot and I'll turn away from everything Chiefs from that point until somebody with some damn sense owns that team.

I like Quinn, but Geno Smith is twice the player and could sit for a season with Quinn here.

Of course, in order to do this, you have to be in charge of this team and you have to assert your good leadership to make all of the proper plans and directions to this staff and team. That is where my feeling about Clark Hunt stems, really, is he just doesn't get it. The dude grew up in a "NFL football family" and he doesn't know shit about how to win in this league. What a dumbass.
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Old 10-09-2012, 12:25 PM   #127
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That hasn’t held a starting job in forever and was brought here specifically to not put any pressure on Cassel.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad for the change but I’m not expecting anything other than the smell of the shit they’re spreading around the field will be a little different.
We all know that Quinn was ****ed over from the moment he was drafted. At least he played in college. Matty is pissantli's love child and that is why he was starting. There is no ****ing way anything could be worse than Matt Cassel. (except Tyler Palko, who still had a better command of the offense than Matt)
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Old 10-09-2012, 12:28 PM   #128
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ya and this year's crop of late 1st rnd QB's is no better than the draft Brady Quinn was in.

I think this franchise is in position now to trade up for Smith. If Hunt doesn't do this, get it done, he's a ****ing idiot and I'll turn away from everything Chiefs from that point until somebody with some damn sense owns that team.

I like Quinn, but Geno Smith is twice the player and could sit for a season with Quinn here.

Of course, in order to do this, you have to be in charge of this team and you have to assert your good leadership to make all of the proper plans and directions to this staff and team. That is where my feeling about Clark Hunt stems, really, is he just doesn't get it. The dude grew up in a "NFL football family" and he doesn't know shit about how to win in this league. What a dumbass.
I agree about Geno. I just mentioned Quinn being a first rounder because it seems like some people think that's all you need is any first rounder. I'm just here to remind folks that we have one who we haven't really see play yet.

As far as Clark, he did go out and get the "best" GM prospect there was who in turn brought in the best OC and DC prospects there were. I think he may know more than we think.
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Old 10-09-2012, 01:24 PM   #129
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I can't be the only one thinking that this "scheme" for Brady means instead of check downs and bubble screens, we will be planning for passing routes longer than 7 yards........lol
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they've designed some plays utilizing something called a 'forward pass'. Apparently some other teams use it as well.
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