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Old 11-05-2012, 12:33 PM  
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Chiefs waived Stanford routt

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To make roster room for Shaun smith, #Chiefs waived Stanford routt
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:51 AM   #526
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15th and 29th best coverage corner in 2011 and 2010 is a pretty good grade from pff. He may be a penalty liability, but your site says he can cover.
Apparently this year he added completely sucking ass to his resume.

He has not been good in any facet.

The Raiders knew about this guy. That's why they started chucking the ball at him from the first snap.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:53 AM   #527
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Other than attitude, this doesn't make a lot of sense. Routt played well this season. He was in position to make plays. And even had 2 picks. We forget he had a tipped ball for a td against at TB him which was luck. And one the wr made a helluva jump over grab. He wasnt that flag drawing db we thought he was and imo, he WAS coached up.

I guess if he was a cancer then its best for the team but he's lived up to his paycheck if you ask me.
Dude, Routt was one of the, if not the, worst starting cornerbacks in the league.

Recievers were riding him as if he was a Leadville Donkey.

It was comical how QB's were just lighting his shit up.

I'm glad that piece of shit is off the team. Arenas or Brown could not be any worse. And, to top it off, he was apparently a total douche bag in the locker room.

**** that Raider.

The only real problem is that Pioli let Carr walk for only a million more than what he paid the worst starting CB in the league. And sure, a million dollars is a metric shit ton to 99.99999999999994% of the global population, but to the NFL, it isn't dick.

That's the real problem.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:54 AM   #528
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Apparently this year he added completely sucking ass to his resume.

He has not been good in any facet.

The Raiders knew about this guy. That's why they started chucking the ball at him from the first snap.
This.

You know they knew he sucked from the get go.

Pioli got hosed for Bionic numbers on a total suckbag.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:58 AM   #529
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Apparently this year he added completely sucking ass to his resume.

He has not been good in any facet.

The Raiders knew about this guy. That's why they started chucking the ball at him from the first snap.
The funny thing is that for this year, PFF has his coverage rating ahead of Carlos Rogers, Asamoguha and a guy named Brandon Carr.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:17 AM   #530
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610 cut into the interview a few seconds late so when Crennel was talking about a "relationship ending" on the team, I was hoping he was stepping down as HC. Imagine my disappointment.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:55 AM   #531
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The funny thing is that for this year, PFF has his coverage rating ahead of Carlos Rogers, Asamoguha and a guy named Brandon Carr.
I don't care.

Only one guy has allowed more yards.

That's ****ing abysmal.

The guy has the physical skill to stay with a receiver, but can't make the play.
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Old 11-06-2012, 02:43 AM   #532
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Old 11-06-2012, 02:48 AM   #533
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Old 11-06-2012, 04:39 AM   #534
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All this talk about Routt's performance ON THE FIELD is moot.

He wasn't cut because he sucked.

He was cut because he couldn't follow orders. This is a good thing.

Like Sean Salisbury said, you can't fire them all. Eventually, RAC and Pioli are the ones that will be packing their bags.
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:38 PM   #535
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Not worth its own thread but a bit interesting.

Chiefs’ decision to release Routt baffles his agent
By RANDY COVITZ
The Kansas City Star


Vann McElroy, agent for former Chiefs cornerback Stanford Routt, was as mystified as anyone concerning the release of his client on Monday.

“I’m still trying to figure it out,” McElroy said on Tuesday. “It’s a weird situation.”

Routt, signed as a free agent during the offseason as the replacement for Brandon Carr, started the first seven games before missing last Thursday night’s game at San Diego for what the Chiefs listed as a hamstring injury.

Though he was often targeted by the opposition and surrendered several touchdown passes, he also had two interceptions, tied for the team lead.

“I know they’re 1-7, and they’re looking for reasons … I have no clue what happened,” said McElroy. “I’ve got a call in to Scott (Pioli). I talked to Stanford, and he’s about as surprised and shocked and down as one can be. He doesn’t totally understand it either.”

Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said the decision to release Routt was based on reasons such as the “relationship wasn’t progressing as quickly or as fast as I wanted to” and “the transition was taking a little bit longer than I thought it was going to take, so we just felt like it was time to part ways.”

Routt, 29, received a $4.2 million signing bonus and as a vested veteran who made the opening-day roster, he will still receive all of his $1.8 million salary, even if he’s not claimed by another team.

“You pay a guy $5 million … and really, from his coverage standpoint, he’s played really well,” McElroy said. “He’s had three plays that weren’t good … but one of them (at Tampa Bay), he had the guy covered on the fade, and the guy jumped over his head and made a ridiculous catch. You can’t have a guy covered any better than that.

“This was about as random in my 30 years as it gets. We’ll see if he gets claimed on waivers. I’ve had a couple of texts from teams. It would be a wise claim for someone, because they’re not getting into guaranteed money.”
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:39 PM   #536
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I wonder what Routt's "orders" were.

Play safety?

Special teams?
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It's amazing how Routt's agent doesn't ****ing get it.

It's literally IMPOSSIBLE to sit there and say Routt was good by any means.

You CANNOT be dead last in yards per cover snap and be remotely considered to be good.

Was it unfair to cut him? Probably.

He's still not a good player.
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Old 11-06-2012, 03:44 PM   #538
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It's amazing how Routt's agent doesn't ****ing get it.

It's literally IMPOSSIBLE to sit there and say Routt was good by any means.

You CANNOT be dead last in yards per cover snap and be remotely considered to be good.

Was it unfair to cut him? Probably.

He's still not a good player.
By that logic explain Cassel, Quinn, TJ, Lewis, O'Connel, Winston, Hillis, etc...not being cut?

Was Routt playing great? No, was he the issue? No he wasn't the worst player on the team by a long shot. He wasn't.
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I agree completely. He was cut because of Patriot Way strongarm bullshit tactics.

But to sit here and say he was a good player is ridiculous.

This is the equivalent of cutting Eric Warfield.
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I agree completely. He was cut because of Patriot Way strongarm bullshit tactics.

But to sit here and say he was a good player is ridiculous.
He's a salesman selling a product. What else is he supposed to say?
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